SculptorDied when: 96 years 48 days (1153 months)
Star Sign: Aries
Fredda Brilliant (7 April 1903 – 25 May 1999) was a Polish sculptor and actress, born in Łódź, Poland.She worked in a variety of media and is recognized as an accomplished sculptor, writer, actor, singer and script writer.
Throughout her career she traveled extensively working in England, USA, Australia, India, Poland and Russia.Brilliant sculpted some of the greatest figures of her time including Jawaharlal Nehru, V.K.
Krishna Menon, Indira Gandhi, U.S.President John F Kennedy, and Buckminster Fuller.She also sculpted her husband, the writer Herbert Marshall.
Her writing credits include Biographies in Bronze (1986), The Black Virgin (1986), Women in power (1987) and Truth in Fiction (1986).Brilliant's most famous work is a bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi which is the centerpiece of the park in Tavistock Square, London, UK.