Australian movie stars died at 31

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Trilby Clark

Trilby Clark (April 5, 2015 Adelaide-July 7, 1983 London) was an Australian actor.

She was born as Winifred Trilby Clark in Adelaide, South Australia. She began her career on the stage in Australia, appearing in productions such as "The Mikado" and "The Gondoliers". In the 1930s, she moved to London and continued her stage career, appearing in productions like "The Constant Nymph" and "The Wandering Jew".

Clark also appeared in several films, including "South Riding" (1938), "The Face at the Window" (1939), and "Dr. O'Dowd" (1940). During World War II, she served as an entertainer for the troops, traveling to North Africa and the Middle East to perform for soldiers.

After the war, Clark continued to act on stage and screen, including starring in the West End production of "The Bride and the Bachelor" in 1956. She retired from acting in the 1960s and passed away in London in 1983 at the age of 68.

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