Australian movie stars died at 74

Here are 2 famous actresses from Australia died at 74:

Elaine Lee

Elaine Lee (December 23, 1939 Springs-September 17, 2014 Sydney) was an Australian actor.

Born in the small suburb of Springs, Elaine Lee began her acting career in Australia in the 1960s, with small roles on television and in theater productions. Her breakthrough role came in 1971 with the popular TV series "Dynasty," where she played the character of Karen Atkinson. She also appeared in several other popular TV shows including "Homicide," "Division 4," and "Matlock Police."

Lee's film career began in 1971 with the release of the critically acclaimed Australian film "Sunstruck." Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, she appeared in several other Australian films including "Petersen," "The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith," and "Wrong World."

In addition to her film and television work, Lee was also an accomplished stage actress. She performed in many theater productions in Australia, including Shakespearean plays and musicals, such as "West Side Story" and "My Fair Lady."

Throughout her career, Lee's talent and dedication to her craft earned her numerous award nominations and critical acclaim. She continued to act in films and on stage up until her death in 2014, at the age of 74.

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Maggie Moore

Maggie Moore (April 10, 1851 San Francisco-March 15, 1926 San Francisco) also known as Miss Maggie Moore was an Australian actor.

Despite being born in San Francisco, Maggie Moore spent much of her childhood in Australia with her family. She made her stage debut in Sydney at the age of 15 and went on to become a leading lady in Australian theatre. In 1879, she returned to the United States and continued to work in theatre. She gained widespread recognition for her role in the play "M'liss," which played 200 shows on Broadway and later toured the country. She also starred in various productions of Shakespeare's plays, including "Macbeth" and "The Merry Wives of Windsor." Moore was known for her "naturalness and expressiveness" on stage and was praised by critics for her ability to bring depth to her characters. She retired from the stage in 1909 and lived the rest of her life in San Francisco.

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