Australian movie stars died in 1985

Here are 3 famous actors from Australia died in 1985:

Don Crosby

Don Crosby (October 29, 1924 Sydney-December 3, 1985 Potts Point) a.k.a. Donald Crosby or George Wallace Donald Crosby was an Australian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1940s, appearing in a number of Australian films and television shows throughout the decades. Crosby was notable for his versatility as an actor, able to play both comedic and dramatic roles with equal skill. He was particularly known for his roles in the films "The Shiralee" (1957), "Summerfield" (1977), and "Palm Beach" (1980). Crosby also appeared in many popular TV shows of the time, including "Homicide", "Matlock Police", and "The Sullivans". In addition to his acting work, Crosby was also a talented singer and recording artist, releasing several albums throughout his career. He passed away in 1985 at the age of 61.

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Lance Curtis

Lance Curtis a.k.a. Lance Charles Curtis was an Australian actor, comedian and screenwriter.

Born on May 5, 1965, in Melbourne, Australia, Lance Curtis started his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1990s, performing in various clubs and venues across Australia. He then made his way into the Australian film and television scene, appearing in popular TV shows like "The Paul Hogan Show," "Hey Hey It's Saturday" and "The Comedy Company."

In addition to acting, Lance Curtis also worked as a screenwriter, with credits including "Pizza," "Fat Pizza" and "Housos vs. Authority." He was known for his quick wit and ability to improvise on set.

Curtis was very popular in the Australian comedy scene and was widely loved for his charismatic personality and infectious humor. He passed away on March 31, 2021, at the age of 55, leaving behind a legacy of laughter and joy.

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Murray Matheson

Murray Matheson (July 1, 1912 Casterton-April 25, 1985 Woodland Hills) also known as Sidney Murray Matheson was an Australian actor.

He began his acting career in Australia in the 1930s before moving to England in the 1940s. Matheson gained widespread recognition for his stage performances in London's West End theaters. He then moved to the United States in the 1950s where he appeared in numerous television series, including The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, and Hogan's Heroes. Matheson is also known for his roles in films such as The Wrong Man, The Great Race, and The Boston Strangler. Despite mainly playing supporting roles, he was highly regarded for his range and versatility as an actor. Matheson passed away in 1985 and was survived by his wife, actress Jean Mathieson, and their five children.

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