Australian movie stars died at 66

Here are 3 famous actors from Australia died at 66:

John Ewart

John Ewart (February 26, 1928 Melbourne-March 8, 1994 Sydney) also known as Ewart, Jimmy or Johnny was an Australian actor. He had one child, John Ewart Jnr..

He died caused by cancer.

John Ewart was best known for his work in the Australian film and television industry. He began his acting career in the mid-1950s and appeared in numerous Australian television shows such as "Homicide", "Matlock Police" and "Cop Shop". Ewart also had notable film roles in "Mad Dog Morgan" and "The Odd Angry Shot". In addition to acting, he was also a well-respected drama teacher and mentor to many actors in Australia. Ewart was a founding member of the Ensemble Theatre in Sydney and served as its artistic director for several years. He was highly regarded by his peers and remembered for his talent, professionalism and dedication to the craft.

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Noel Ferrier

Noel Ferrier (December 20, 1930 Melbourne-October 16, 1997 Sydney) also known as Noel Ferrier AM was an Australian actor, tv personality, theatrical producer, voice actor, raconteur and film producer. He had one child, Tim Ferrier.

Noel Ferrier was a multi-talented personality who had a successful career in various fields. He started off his career as a journalist and later transitioned into the entertainment industry. Ferrier worked as a radio host, television presenter, and actor, appearing in several Australian TV shows, films and stage productions.

He is perhaps best known for hosting the popular TV show "The Mavis Bramston Show", which aired during the 1960s. This show is considered to be a pioneering program in Australian television history, as it broke new ground by addressing controversial social and political issues at a time when television was still in its infancy.

Aside from his work in television, Ferrier was also involved in theatre production and film. He produced and starred in the film "They're A Weird Mob" (1966), which was based on the novel by John O'Grady. Additionally, he wrote and produced several plays throughout his career, including "The Adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie" and "David Williamson's The Club".

Ferrier was known for his quick wit and humor, which made him a favorite among audiences in Australia. He continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death in 1997 at the age of 66.

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Henry Murdoch

Henry Murdoch (September 12, 1920 Murgon-April 24, 1987 Rockhampton) also known as Henry Murdock or George Henry Murdock was an Australian actor.

He began his acting career on stage in the 1940s, before transitioning to film and television in the 1950s. Murdoch appeared in several well-known Australian TV series, including "Homicide" and "Matlock Police." He also had roles in feature films, such as "The Man from Snowy River" and "The Lighthorsemen." In addition to his acting work, Murdoch was a respected acting teacher and director, and he helped to establish the Queensland Theatre Company. He was awarded the Order of Australia in 1980 for his contributions to the performing arts in Australia.

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