Australian movie actors deceased in Suicide

Here are 4 famous actors from Australia died in Suicide:

Francis Bell

Francis Bell (April 18, 1944 United Kingdom-May 3, 1994 Auckland) was an Australian actor.

He was born in the United Kingdom and moved to Australia with his family when he was young. Bell started his acting career in the late 1960s and was known for his work on both stage and screen. He became a household name in Australia for his role as the villainous Max Ramsay on the popular soap opera "Neighbours" in the 1980s. Apart from this, he also appeared in several other Australian TV shows and films including "Sons and Daughters," "The Sullivans," and "Blue Heelers". Bell also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to many animated TV series and films. He passed away on May 3, 1994, in Auckland, New Zealand, leaving behind a legacy in the Australian entertainment industry.

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Daniel Pollock

Daniel Pollock (November 27, 1969 Australia-November 27, 1992 Sydney) was an Australian actor.

He is best known for his roles in the films "Romper Stomper" and "Muriel's Wedding". Pollock began his acting career in theater before transitioning to film in the early 1990s. He was praised for his raw and intense performances, as well as his ability to convey complex emotions on screen. Tragically, Pollock passed away on his 23rd birthday, after falling from a balcony in Sydney. He is remembered for his talent and promising career in the Australian film industry.

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Mark Priestley

Mark Priestley (August 9, 1976 Perth-August 27, 2008 Sydney) a.k.a. Mark Priestly was an Australian actor.

He was best known for his role as Dan Goldman on the popular Australian TV drama, "All Saints". Priestley began his acting career in the late 1990s and went on to appear in several other television shows and films such as "Stingers", "White Collar Blue", and "My Brother Jack". In addition to his acting work, Priestley was also a talented musician and had a passion for photography. Sadly, he passed away in 2008 at the young age of 32, leaving behind a legacy of memorable performances and a devoted fanbase.

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Michael Hutchence

Michael Hutchence (January 22, 1960 Sydney-November 22, 1997 Sydney) also known as Hutchence, Michael, Michael Kelland John Hutchence, Hutch or INXS was an Australian singer, musician, songwriter and actor. His child is called Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof.

Hutchence became popular as the lead vocalist of the famous rock band INXS which he co-founded in 1977. During his tenure as the lead singer, the band released several hit albums including Kick, which became their most successful album, selling over 10 million copies worldwide.

Apart from music, Hutchence also appeared in several films and television series, showcasing his acting skills. Some of his notable works include the films "Dogs in Space" and "Frankenstein Unbound," and the television series "Frank Herbert's Dune."

Despite being a successful musician and actor, Hutchence faced personal struggles which ultimately led to his tragic death at the young age of 37. His death was ruled as suicide by hanging. However, his legacy as a talented musician and performer still lives on, with INXS continuing to be a popular band even after all these years.

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