Australian movie stars died at 33

Here are 3 famous actors from Australia died at 33:

Bill Stalker

Bill Stalker (August 3, 1948 New Zealand-November 28, 1981 Melbourne) was an Australian actor.

He was best known for his role as Barry in the film "We of the Never Never" (1982) based on the autobiographical novel by Jeannie Gunn. Stalker began his acting career in Australia in the 1970s, appearing in television series such as "Bellbird" and "Homicide". He also made appearances in films such as "The Devil's Playground" (1976) and "Mad Max" (1979). Stalker tragically died of cancer at the young age of 33, shortly before the release of "We of the Never Never" which went on to become a classic Australian film.

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Leigh Bowery

Leigh Bowery (March 26, 1961 Sunshine-December 31, 1994 London) was an Australian promoter, model, fashion designer and actor.

He died caused by hiv/aids.

Leigh Bowery was known for his outlandish and theatrical fashion designs, often featuring exaggerated body proportions and bold colors. He first gained attention in the 1980s as part of the London club scene, and his unique style and personality quickly made him a standout figure.

In addition to his work in fashion and design, Bowery was also an accomplished performance artist and musician, performing in a variety of settings from nightclubs to art galleries. He was praised for his fearless approach to creativity and self-expression, and his influence can still be seen in contemporary art and fashion.

Following his death from HIV/AIDS in 1994, Bowery's legacy continued to grow, with numerous tributes and retrospectives celebrating his life and work. He remains a beloved figure in the worlds of art, fashion, and performance, and his influence continues to inspire new generations of artists and creators.

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Byron Kennedy

Byron Kennedy (August 18, 1949 Melbourne-July 17, 1983 Warragamba Dam) also known as Kennedy Miller, Byron Eric Kennedy or Bryon Kennedy was an Australian film producer, cinematographer, film editor, screenwriter and actor.

He died in helicopter crash.

Byron Kennedy is best known for his collaborations with director George Miller. Together, they co-founded the production company Kennedy Miller Productions, where they produced several iconic films such as the "Mad Max" franchise, "The Witches of Eastwick" and "Babe". Kennedy's passion for filmmaking started at a young age when he operated a projector at his local cinema. He dropped out of school to pursue filmmaking and worked on several small projects before meeting Miller. Their partnership led to a revolution in Australian cinema and left a lasting impact on the film industry worldwide. Despite his untimely death, Kennedy's legacy remains an important part of Australian cinema history.

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