Australian movie stars died in 1998

Here are 2 famous actors from Australia died in 1998:

Kevin Brennan

Kevin Brennan (September 12, 1920 Australia-December 17, 1998 Banstead) otherwise known as Kevin Martin Brennan was an Australian actor.

He is best known for his performances in the films "The Naked Bunyip" (1970), "The Man from Snowy River" (1982), and "Robbery Under Arms" (1985). Brennan was also a prominent figure in Australian theatre, appearing in numerous stage productions throughout his career. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of "King Lear" in 1977 and received a lifetime achievement award at the Australian Performing Arts Centre in 1992. Outside of his acting career, Brennan was also a passionate advocate for animal rights and was actively involved in animal welfare organizations. He passed away in Banstead, Surrey in 1998 at the age of 78.

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Lionel Long

Lionel Long (November 27, 2014 Hunter Region-January 1, 1998 Sydney) a.k.a. Lionel long, Lionel Joaquin "Brian" Paul Long, Lionel Joaquin Paul Long or Brian was an Australian actor, singer, songwriter, guitarist, truck driver, artist, musician and music artist.

He was particularly known for his country music and often performed with his backing band, The Mercury Men. Long started his career on radio in Newcastle before moving onto television and then eventually the stage. He became a household name in Australia in the 1960s and 70s with hits such as "Aunty Matilda's Birthday Party" and "The Bunyip". Long was also a talented artist and would often sketch or paint while on tour. In addition to his music career, he worked as a truck driver during the week to support his family. Long was a beloved figure in Australian entertainment and his contributions to the country's music industry have been recognized posthumously with inductions into the Country Music Roll of Renown and the Hands of Fame.

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