Australian movie actors deceased in Motor neuron disease

Here are 1 famous actors from Australia died in Motor neuron disease:

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.

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