Australian movie stars died at 45

Here are 1 famous actresses from Australia died at 45:

Sylvia Breamer

Sylvia Breamer (June 9, 1897 Sydney-June 7, 1943 New York City) also known as Sylvia Bremer was an Australian actor.

She was born in Sydney, Australia and began her acting career as a teenager, performing on stage in various productions. In the early 1920s, she moved to the United States to pursue her acting career in Hollywood and appeared in several silent films.

Breamer is perhaps best known for her role in the 1931 film "The Public Enemy" where she played the character of Gwen Allen. She continued to act in films throughout the 1930s, including "The Big Shakedown" and "The Woman from Monte Carlo".

Tragically, Breamer's life was cut short when she died at the age of 45 due to a heart attack in New York City in 1943. Despite her relatively short career, she made a significant impact on the entertainment industry and is remembered as one of the great actors of her time.

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