Australian movie stars died at 68

Here are 3 famous actresses from Australia died at 68:

Pat McDonald

Pat McDonald (August 1, 1921 Melbourne-March 10, 1990 Australia) also known as Patricia Ethell McDonald or Patricia Ethell "Pat" McDonald was an Australian actor.

She died caused by cancer.

Pat McDonald began her acting career in the late 1940s and went on to appear in several Australian films, including "Kangaroo" (1952), "Smiley" (1956), and "The Shiralee" (1957). She also had a successful career in television and appeared in numerous Australian TV shows such as "Homicide," "Division 4," and "Prisoner". McDonald was known for her versatility as an actor and her ability to portray a wide range of characters. In addition to her work as an actor, McDonald was also involved in theater and radio. She was a popular and well-respected figure in the Australian entertainment industry, and her contributions to Australian film and television are still appreciated today.

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Anne Haddy

Anne Haddy (October 5, 1930 Quorn-June 6, 1999 Melbourne) was an Australian actor, voice actor and secretary.

She died as a result of stomach cancer.

Haddy was best known for her role as Helen Daniels in the long-running Australian soap opera, "Neighbours." She was one of the original cast members and appeared in over 1,600 episodes of the show from 1985 to 1997. Prior to her acting career, Haddy worked as a secretary for the Australian Broadcasting Commission. She also lent her voice to various animated programs, including "The Saddle Club" and "Blinky Bill." In addition to her television work, Haddy had a successful career on stage and in radio dramas. She was posthumously inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Muriel Steinbeck

Muriel Steinbeck (July 21, 1913 Broken Hill-July 20, 1982 Orange) a.k.a. Muriel Myee Steinbeck was an Australian actor.

Muriel Steinbeck was born in Broken Hill, New South Wales in 1913, and was the daughter of Chinese immigrants. She began her acting career in the 1930s, performing on radio programs such as 2GB's "Kiddies' Hour" and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's "The Squatters". Steinbeck went on to act in several films and television shows, including the Australian TV series "Homicide" and "Matlock Police". She also appeared in films such as "The Shiralee" (1957) and "The Irishman" (1978). In addition to her work in entertainment, Steinbeck was a prominent activist for Asian-Australian rights, and was involved in organizations such as the Chinese Youth Society and the Chinese Citizen League. She passed away in Orange, New South Wales in 1982.

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