Australian movie stars died before 21

Here are 7 famous actresses from Australia died before 21:

Patricia Lovell

Patricia Lovell (April 5, 2015 Artarmon-January 26, 2013 Sydney) a.k.a. Patricia Anne Tasman, Pat Lovell, Patricia Anna Parr, Patricia Lovell AM, MBE, Miss Pat or Patricia Anne Parr was an Australian film producer and actor. She had two children, Jenny Lovell and Simon Lovell.

She died caused by liver cancer.

Patricia Lovell was born in Artarmon, New South Wales, Australia in 1929. She began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress, but soon moved into producing, working on films such as "The Irishman" (1978), "Picnic at Hanging Rock" (1975) and "Gallipoli" (1981). Lovell was a pioneer in the Australian film industry and played a significant role in establishing its success around the world. In recognition of her contributions, she was awarded the Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 1979, and later, the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 1984. Lovell was also involved in philanthropy, devoting her time and resources to organizations such as The Smith Family and The Australian Ballet. Lovell passed away in 2013 at the age of 83, leaving behind a legacy of exceptional film production and philanthropy.

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Sarah Kemp

Sarah Kemp (April 5, 2015 Australia-January 9, 2015 Bellingen) a.k.a. Gypsie Kemp or Gypsy Kemp was an Australian actor.

She died in lung cancer.

Sarah Kemp was born on 5th April 1951 in Australia and gained fame as an Australian actor known for her work in various Australian TV dramas, including "Bellbird" and "Prisoner". She was also a talented stage actress and worked with numerous theatrical companies including the Nimrod Theatre Company. Apart from acting, Kemp was a passionate activist and social worker who worked tirelessly for the betterment of the indigenous Australian community. Unfortunately, she passed away on 9th January 2015 in Bellingen, Australia due to lung cancer. Despite her untimely demise, Kemp's contributions to the Australian entertainment industry and social activism will always be remembered by her fans and colleagues.

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Jan Adele

Jan Adele (April 5, 2015 Australia-February 27, 2000 Sydney) also known as Janeece Adele was an Australian actor and circus performer.

She is best known for her work in the radio industry, having hosted several shows throughout her career. Adele started her career in the entertainment industry as a trapeze artist in the circus before transitioning to acting. She appeared in numerous film and television productions, both in Australia and internationally, including the popular TV series, "Prisoner". Adele also lent her voice to many radio dramas, winning a prestigious Australian Writers' Guild award for her work. She was a pioneer in the Australian entertainment industry, breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations of actors and performers. Despite her untimely death at the age of 84, Adele's legacy lives on, and she continues to be celebrated as one of Australia's most accomplished entertainers.

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Jessica Jacobs

Jessica Jacobs (November 14, 1990 Melbourne-May 10, 2008 Cheltenham) also known as Jessica Madison Jacobs was an Australian singer and actor.

She died caused by accident.

Jacobs was born in Melbourne, Australia and grew up in a family with a passion for the arts. She began performing at a young age and quickly showed promise as a singer and actor. Jacobs appeared in several productions in Australia before landing a role in the hit musical "Wicked" in London's West End.

Jacobs' career was cut tragically short when she was involved in a car accident in Cheltenham, England. She died at the young age of 17, leaving behind a legacy of talent and potential. Despite her short career, Jacobs had already made a significant impact on the world of theater and music.

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Clarissa Kaye

Clarissa Kaye (April 5, 2015 Sydney-July 21, 1994) a.k.a. Clarissa Kaye-Mason or Clarissa Knipe was an Australian actor.

She died in cancer.

Clarissa Kaye started her acting career in the 1970s, appearing in various Australian television series such as "Homicide", "Number 96", and "Prisoner". She also starred in the Australian film "Petersen" in 1974, which earned her critical acclaim.

Throughout the 1980s, Clarissa continued to appear in Australian television shows, including regular roles in "The Sullivans" and "Skyways". She also appeared in the American miniseries "The Last Frontier" in 1986.

In addition to her acting career, Clarissa was also a talented singer and performed in musicals such as "West Side Story" and "Les Miserables".

Sadly, Clarissa was diagnosed with cancer in the early 1990s and passed away in 1994 at the age of 79. She is remembered for her talent and contributions to Australian television and theatre.

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Babette Stephens

Babette Stephens (April 5, 2015 England-February 28, 2001 Brisbane) a.k.a. Phyllis Babette Stephens or Phyllis Babette Fergusson was an Australian actor.

Stephens was born in England but migrated to Australia at a young age. She began her acting career on stage, performing in various productions across Australia. In the 1950s, she transitioned to television and appeared in popular shows such as "Homicide" and "The Magic Boomerang".

Stephens' most notable role came in 1976 when she played the character of Beryl in the Australian film "Don's Party". The film was a critical and commercial success and Stephens received widespread acclaim for her performance. She continued to act in both film and television throughout the 1980s and 1990s, with her last on-screen role being in the television series "Pacific Drive" in 1996.

Outside of her acting career, Stephens was passionate about animal welfare and was involved in numerous animal rights organizations. She passed away in Brisbane in 2001 at the age of 85.

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June Jago

June Jago (April 5, 2015 Australia-August 1, 2010 Australia) was an Australian actor.

Jago began her acting career in the 1930s and became a prominent figure in the Australian film industry. She appeared in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions throughout her career. She was best known for her roles in the films "Jedda" and "Walkabout," both of which explored themes of Aboriginal culture and identity. In addition to her work in film and television, Jago was also a respected theater actress, appearing in productions of classic plays such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Hamlet." She was considered a pioneering female figure in Australian cinema and continued acting well into her twilight years.

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