Australian movie stars died at 65

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died at 65:

Oscar Asche

Oscar Asche (January 26, 1871 Geelong-March 23, 1936) also known as John Stange(r) Heiss Oscar Asche was an Australian novelist, actor and writer.

He was known for his work in theatre and is often credited for popularizing the one-act play in the early 1900s. Asche began his career as an actor in Australia before moving to London in 1898, where he performed in various productions. He became famous for his portrayal of Ko-Ko in Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" and also wrote and directed several successful productions, including "Chu Chin Chow" and "Kismet". Asche was also a prolific writer, publishing several novels and plays throughout his career. He died in 1936 at the age of 65.

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George Wallace

George Wallace (June 4, 1895 Aberdeen-October 19, 1960 Kensington) also known as George Stevenson Wallace was an Australian comedian, actor and screenwriter. His child is called George Wallace.

George Wallace was a prominent figure in Australian entertainment industry during the 20th century. He began his career in vaudeville and appeared in many revues, tours, and stage productions throughout Australia and New Zealand. He later transitioned to films and became known for his comedic roles in movies such as "Dad and Dave Come to Town" and "The Silence of Dean Maitland".

Wallace was also an accomplished screenwriter, collaborating on the scripts for several Australian films including "The Squatter's Daughter" and "Rangle River". He was a regular on radio and hosted his own show, "The George Wallace Comedy Hour".

In addition to his entertainment career, Wallace was also a prominent member of the Australian Labor Party and an active unionist. He served on the executive of the Actor's Equity union and was a delegate to the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

Wallace passed away in 1960 at the age of 65, leaving behind a legacy as a pioneering figure in Australian entertainment and a champion for workers' rights.

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