Australian movie stars died at 67

Here are 2 famous actresses from Australia died at 67:

Neva Carr Glyn

Neva Carr Glyn (May 10, 1908 Melbourne-August 10, 1975 Mona Vale) a.k.a. Neva Carr Glynn, Neva Carr-Glyn, Neva Josephine Mary Carr Glyn, Neva, Nessie, Neva Carr-Glynn, Neva Glynn Carr or Neva Mary Josephine Carr Glynn was an Australian actor and singer. She had one child, Nick Tate.

Neva Carr Glyn began her career in the entertainment industry as a dancer in the Borovansky Ballet Company. She later transitioned into acting and worked extensively in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Her film credits include "The Woman in the Window" (1944) and "The Narrow Margin" (1952). Carr Glyn was also a well-known stage performer and appeared in numerous productions in Australia and the UK. She was a talented singer as well and often included musical performances in her stage shows. In addition to her work in entertainment, Carr Glyn was a committed environmentalist and served as the president of the Australian Conservation Foundation. She passed away in 1975 at the age of 67.

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Joy Nichols

Joy Nichols (February 17, 1925 Sydney-June 23, 1992 New York City) also known as Joy Eileen Nichols was an Australian actor, singer and comedian.

Joy Nichols began her career in Australia during the 1940s, where she gained fame for her comedic acting and singing roles on radio and in theater productions. In the 1950s, she moved to the United Kingdom, where her career continued to flourish. Nichols is best known for her work as a member of the iconic radio comedy team, "Take It From Here," alongside stars like Jimmy Edwards and Dick Bentley. She also appeared in films, including "Three Men in a Boat" and "The Square Peg." Later in her career, she moved to the United States, where she continued to work in theater and television until her death in 1992. Throughout her career, Nichols was known for her sparkling wit and charming stage presence, and she remains a beloved figure in Australian and British entertainment.

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