Australian movie stars died at 54

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died at 54:

Ron Frazer

Ron Frazer (December 7, 1928-January 8, 1983) also known as Ron Fraser was an Australian comedian and actor.

He was born in Melbourne, Australia and began his career in entertainment in the 1950s. Fraser became a popular television personality in the 1960s and 1970s, with roles in shows such as "The Mavis Bramston Show" and "The Naked Vicar Show".

He also appeared in several films, including "Alvin Purple" and "Alvin Rides Again". In addition to his work in comedy and acting, Fraser was also a prolific writer and director, creating and producing many of his own shows.

Fraser was known for his quick wit and strong stage presence, and he became a beloved figure in the Australian entertainment industry. He passed away in 1983 at the age of 54 due to a heart attack, leaving behind a legacy of comedic talent and innovation.

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Frank Leighton

Frank Leighton (July 16, 1908 Sydney-October 17, 1962 England) also known as Frank Athelston Leighton was an Australian actor.

He appeared in numerous stage productions in Australia and the United Kingdom, including performances with the Old Vic and the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. Leighton also acted in several films, such as "The Green Scarf" (1954) and "Law and Disorder" (1958). He was known for his deep, resonant voice and commanding stage presence. In addition to his acting career, Leighton was a translator and author, having translated several works by French author Colette and writing a biography of British actor Sir Gerald du Maurier. Sadly, Leighton passed away at the relatively young age of 54.

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