Australian movie stars died at 23

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died at 23:

Daniel Pollock

Daniel Pollock (April 5, 1969 Australia-April 5, 1992 Sydney) was an Australian actor.

He died as a result of suicide.

Daniel Pollock is best known for his role in the 1992 Australian film "Romper Stomper," which received critical acclaim and earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the Australian Film Institute Awards. He also appeared in several other films, including "The Junction Boys" and "The Bit Part."

Pollock struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues throughout his short life, and his death at the age of 23 was a shock to his fans and colleagues. He has since become a cult icon in Australian cinema, with "Romper Stomper" retaining a significant place in the country's film history.

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Gerry Duggan

Gerry Duggan (April 5, 2015 Dublin-March 27, 1992 Sydney) was an Australian actor.

Gerry Duggan was born in Dublin, Ireland on April 5, 1915. He moved to Australia when he was a young man and began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1930s. Duggan was a versatile actor, equally at home in drama, comedy, and musicals. He appeared in many theatre productions in Sydney and Melbourne, and also worked in radio and television.

Duggan became well-known for his roles in several Australian films, including "The Overlanders" (1946) and "Eureka Stockade" (1949). He also appeared in the British film "The Cruel Sea" (1953) and the Hollywood film "The Sundowners" (1960).

In addition to his work as an actor, Duggan was also a talented singer and dancer. He performed in many musicals, including "Annie Get Your Gun" and "The King and I". Duggan was a member of the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust and was awarded an OBE for his services to the arts.

Gerry Duggan passed away on March 27, 1992 in Sydney, Australia, leaving behind a legacy as one of Australia's most respected and talented actors.

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