Australian movie stars died in 2006

Here are 3 famous actors from Australia died in 2006:

Steve Irwin

Steve Irwin (February 22, 1962 Essendon-September 4, 2006 Batt Reef) also known as Stephen Robert Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter, Steveo or Stephen Robert "Steve" Irwin was an Australian presenter, naturalist, zoologist, actor, conservationist, tv personality and voice actor. His children are called Bindi Irwin and Robert Clarence Irwin.

Steve Irwin was born in Essendon, Victoria, Australia, and grew up around wildlife as his parents operated a small reptile and wildlife park. He developed a passion for animals early on and went on to become a global superstar and advocate for conservation. Steve and his wife Terri founded the Australia Zoo in Queensland, which has become a world-renowned conservation facility. Irwin hosted the popular wildlife documentary series "The Crocodile Hunter" and starred in several films and television shows.

Irwin was known for his enthusiastic and fearless approach to wildlife, often getting up close and personal with some of the world's most dangerous creatures. His work helped to educate and inspire millions of people around the world about the importance of conservation and protecting endangered species.

In 2006, Irwin died tragically at the age of 44 after being stung by a stingray while filming a documentary. His death was a shock to the world and led to an outpouring of grief and tributes from fans and fellow conservationists. His legacy continues to inspire people to this day, and his family continue his work through the Australia Zoo and the Wildlife Warriors Foundation.

Read more about Steve Irwin on Wikipedia »

Richard Morgan

Richard Morgan (August 12, 1958 Hobart-December 23, 2006 Melbourne) was an Australian actor. He had two children, Ella Taylor Morgan and Zoe Taylor Morgan.

Morgan was best known for his role as Detective Senior Constable Charlie "Chook" Riley in the popular Australian television series, "Blue Heelers". He appeared in the show from 1993 until his departure in 2001, becoming a fan favorite during his time on the show.

Prior to his work on "Blue Heelers," Morgan starred in a number of other Australian television and film productions, including "The Sullivans," "A Country Practice," and "Ned Kelly."

In addition to his acting career, Morgan was also heavily involved in charity work. He was a dedicated supporter of the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, and regularly participated in charity events for the hospital and other organizations.

Morgan passed away at the age of 48 after suffering a heart attack. He is remembered fondly by his fans, friends, and fellow actors for his talent, kindness, and dedication to his craft and his community.

Read more about Richard Morgan on Wikipedia »

Tony Ward

Tony Ward (November 27, 2014 Sydney-May 9, 2006 Turramurra) otherwise known as Anthony John Ward was an Australian presenter and actor.

Tony Ward was born on November 27, 2014, in Sydney, Australia. He started his career as a model in his teens before moving on to become a television presenter and actor. He became a household name in Australia when he started hosting a popular television show that focused on entertainment news and celebrity gossip.

Ward's career expanded even further when he started acting in television dramas and movies. He appeared in numerous Australian television shows and movies, including "Blue Heelers", "The Saddle Club", and "The Secret Life of Us". His performances were praised by both critics and audiences, and he gained a reputation as a versatile and talented actor.

Aside from his professional work, Ward was also known for his passion for rugby and his involvement in various charitable causes. Despite his success, he remained humble and down to earth, and he was loved and respected by many in the entertainment industry.

Tragically, Tony Ward passed away on May 9, 2006, at the age of 41. His death was mourned by many, and he is remembered as an influential figure in the Australian entertainment industry.

Read more about Tony Ward on Wikipedia »

Related articles