Australian movie actors deceased in Cardiac arrest

Here are 1 famous actors from Australia died in Cardiac arrest:

Bob Maza

Bob Maza (November 25, 1939 Palm Island-May 14, 2000 Sydney) a.k.a. Robert Lewis Maza, Bob Mazi, Robert Maza or Robert "Bob" Lewis Maza was an Australian actor and playwright. His children are called Rachael Maza Long, Lisa Maza, C'Zarke Maza and Mataika Maza.

Bob Maza was born on Palm Island, off the coast of Queensland, Australia. He was of Aboriginal and Irish heritage. Maza was a prominent figure in the Indigenous Australian theatre movement and was one of the founders of the National Black Theatre in Sydney in 1972. He was also involved in the formation of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra in 1972.

Maza's work in the theatre industry and advocacy for Indigenous rights earned him the prestigious Order of Australia in 1993. He is also known for his roles in television shows such as "Matlock Police" and "Prisoner". He also appeared in the films "The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith" and "Blackfellas".

Maza was married to Rhonda Maza, an Indigenous activist and artist, until his death in 2000 from a heart attack. His daughter Rachael Maza Long also followed in his footsteps and became an actor and artistic director of the Ilbijerri Theatre Company.

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