Australian movie stars died at 29

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died at 29:

Blair Milan

Blair Milan (June 25, 1981 Australia-April 17, 2011 Camperdown) was an Australian actor.

He died in acute myeloid leukemia.

Blair Milan started his acting career in theatre productions before transitioning to film and television. He landed his first lead role in an independent film called "Seat of Our Pants" in 2005. Milan also appeared in many popular Australian television series such as "All Saints," "Home and Away," and "Underbelly."

In addition to acting, Milan was also a talented drummer and performed in rock bands throughout his career. He was known for his love of music and often incorporated it into his acting performances.

Milan was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in early 2011 and passed away only a few months later at the age of 29. He is remembered by his colleagues and fans as a talented actor and musician who was gone too soon.

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Lance Curtis

Lance Curtis a.k.a. Lance Charles Curtis was an Australian actor, comedian and screenwriter.

Born on May 5, 1965, in Melbourne, Australia, Lance Curtis started his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1990s, performing in various clubs and venues across Australia. He then made his way into the Australian film and television scene, appearing in popular TV shows like "The Paul Hogan Show," "Hey Hey It's Saturday" and "The Comedy Company."

In addition to acting, Lance Curtis also worked as a screenwriter, with credits including "Pizza," "Fat Pizza" and "Housos vs. Authority." He was known for his quick wit and ability to improvise on set.

Curtis was very popular in the Australian comedy scene and was widely loved for his charismatic personality and infectious humor. He passed away on March 31, 2021, at the age of 55, leaving behind a legacy of laughter and joy.

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