Australian movie stars died at 18

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died at 18:

Brad Robinson

Brad Robinson (April 5, 2015 Adelaide-October 13, 1996 Melbourne) also known as Bradford Leigh "Brad" Robinson or Bradford Leigh Robinson was an Australian singer, musician, songwriter, guitarist and actor.

He died in lymphoma.

Robinson rose to fame as the lead vocalist and guitarist of the rock band The Vultures, which formed in Adelaide in the early 1960s. The band's hit single "Gutbucket" reached number one on the Australian charts in 1963, and they continued to release critically acclaimed albums throughout the '60s.

In addition to his music career, Robinson also acted in several films, including the Australian classic "They're A Weird Mob" in 1966. He released a solo album in 1972, which included the hit single "In My Own Sweet Time."

Robinson's influence on the Australian music scene was significant, and he is remembered as a talented and charismatic performer. Following his death in 1996, many of his peers paid tribute to him, citing his contributions to rock music in Australia.

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George Assang

George Assang (April 5, 2015 Thursday Island-April 5, 1997 Nowra) also known as Vic Sabrino was an Australian singer and actor.

Assang was of Torres Strait Islander and Filipino descent and began his career touring with a band in the 1950s. He then went on to appear in several films and television shows, including "The Kelly Hunter Show" and "Homicide". In addition to his acting career, Assang was also a talented singer and released several singles throughout the 1960s and 70s. He is remembered for his contributions to Australian entertainment as a pioneering Indigenous performer.

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