Australian movie stars died in 1975

Here are 3 famous actresses from Australia died in 1975:

Annette Kellerman

Annette Kellerman (July 6, 1886 Marrickville-November 6, 1975 Southport) also known as Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman, Annette Kellermann or The Diving Venus was an Australian swimmer, actor, writer and vaudeville performer.

She is credited with popularizing the one-piece swimsuit for women and advocating for fitness and exercise as essential for good health. Kellerman began her swimming career at a young age and went on to break multiple records in swimming and diving, including becoming the first woman to attempt to swim the English Channel in 1905.

After moving to the United States, Kellerman became a successful stage performer, starring in her own aquatic shows and performing stunts such as diving from heights into shallow pools. She also appeared in several silent films, including the 1916 film "A Daughter of the Gods," in which she became the first major film star to appear nude onscreen.

In addition to her performing career, Kellerman was an advocate for women's health and fitness, writing articles and books on exercise and healthy living. She also designed and marketed a line of swimwear and fitness equipment. Kellerman's legacy as a trailblazer in women's athletics and fashion continues to be celebrated today.

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Marie Lohr

Marie Lohr (July 28, 1890 Sydney-January 21, 1975 Brighton) otherwise known as Marie Löhr or Marie Kaye Wouldes Lohr was an Australian actor.

Marie Lohr was born in Sydney, Australia in 1890. Her parents were both musicians, and she developed a love of the arts from an early age. She began her acting career in Australia, performing in various stage productions in the early 1900s. In 1912 she moved to London, hoping to further her career in the UK.

Lohr quickly found success in London's theatre scene, and by the 1920s she was a well-known stage actress. She continued to work in the theatre throughout her career, but also appeared in films, both in the UK and Hollywood. Some of her notable film roles include Mrs. Fairfax in the 1943 adaptation of Jane Eyre and Mrs. Higgins in the 1938 film version of Pygmalion.

Marie Lohr was known for her exceptional range as an actress, and was able to play a wide variety of characters throughout her career. She was also known for her generosity and kindness towards other actors, and was beloved in the theatre community. Lohr continued to act into her 80s, and passed away in Brighton, England in 1975.

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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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