Australian movie stars died at 76

Here are 1 famous actors from Australia died at 76:

Alfred J. Goulding

Alfred J. Goulding (January 26, 1896 Melbourne-April 25, 1972 Hollywood) a.k.a. Alfred Goulding, Alf Goulding, Alfred John Goulding, Alf Gounding, Alfred John "Alf" Goulding or Alf. Goulding was an Australian screenwriter, film director and actor. His child is called Alf Goulding Jr..

He died caused by pneumonia.

Alfred Goulding started his career in show business as a comedian in Australia before moving to the United States to pursue a career in film. He began his career in Hollywood as an actor, appearing in over 100 films including the popular Laurel and Hardy films. He also worked as a screenwriter, contributing to the screenplays of several Silent film comedies.

Goulding was best known for his work as a director, having directed over 200 films during his career. He directed films in various genres including comedies, dramas, and Westerns. His directing credits include the films "Mockery" (1927), "Spite Marriage" (1929), and "Chickens Come Home" (1931).

In addition to his work in film, Goulding was also a prolific writer, penning several books including "The Perils of Pearl White" (1945) and "17 Years in the Film Industry" (1951), which chronicled his experiences in the film industry.

Goulding was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the film industry. His legacy in the film industry continues to be celebrated to this day.

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