Australian movie stars died at 50

Here are 3 famous actors from Australia died at 50:

Francis Bell

Francis Bell (April 18, 1944 United Kingdom-May 3, 1994 Auckland) was an Australian actor.

He died caused by suicide.

Francis Bell was best known for playing the role of the cowboy character "Mack" in the popular New Zealand soap opera, Shortland Street. He starred on the show from 1992 until his death in 1994. Prior to his success on Shortland Street, Bell had a lengthy acting career in Australia, appearing in various television shows and movies such as "Division 4" and "Homicide". Bell's death was a shock to many in the entertainment industry and his fans, and a memorial was held in his honor on the Shortland Street set.

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Errol Flynn

Errol Flynn (June 20, 1909 Hobart-October 14, 1959 Vancouver) a.k.a. Errol Leslie Thomson Flynn, Leslie Flynn, The Tasmanian Devil, Flynny, Rolly, Satan's Angel or The Baron was an Australian actor, film producer, screenwriter and writer. He had four children, Sean Flynn, Rory Flynn, Deirdre Flynn and Arnella Roma Flynn.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

Errol Flynn was known for his swashbuckling roles in Hollywood films such as "Robin Hood," "Captain Blood," and "The Adventures of Robin Hood." He began his acting career in Australia before making his way to Hollywood in the 1930s. Along with his acting career, Flynn also served in the armed forces during World War II and wrote several books. Despite his fame and success, Flynn had a reputation for his wild partying and scandalous personal life. He was married three times and had numerous affairs with actresses and other women. Flynn's death at the age of 50 was a shock to his fans and colleagues in the film industry.

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John Hargreaves

John Hargreaves (November 28, 1945 Murwillumbah-January 8, 1996 Sydney) also known as John William Hargreaves or John Hargraves was an Australian actor.

He died as a result of hiv/aids.

John Hargreaves was best known for his roles in classic Australian films such as "Don's Party" and "The Cars That Ate Paris". He was also a talented stage actor, having performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Sydney Theatre Company. Hargreaves received critical acclaim for his performances in films such as "My First Wife" and "Emerald City". He was a well-respected figure in the Australian film and theatre industry, and his death at the age of 50 was a great loss. In 2018, he was posthumously inducted into the Australian Film Walk of Fame.

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