Australian movie stars died in 1988

Here are 4 famous actresses from Australia died in 1988:

Myra De Groot

Myra De Groot (July 4, 1937 Westminster-April 4, 1988 Melbourne) also known as Myra Tania De Groot was an Australian actor.

She attended the National Theatre Drama School and made her stage debut in 1955. De Groot went on to perform in numerous stage productions, including the original Australian production of "Hair" in 1971. She also appeared in several Australian television shows such as "Homicide," "Matlock Police," and "Prisoner." In addition to her acting career, De Groot was a passionate advocate for social justice and was involved in various social and political causes throughout her life. She passed away in 1988 due to cancer.

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Victoria Shaw

Victoria Shaw (May 25, 1935 Sydney-August 17, 1988 Sydney) also known as Jeanette Elphick, Jeanette Ann Lavina Mary Elizabeth Elphick or The Face was an Australian actor and model. She had three children, Tracey Smith, Dallas Smith and Jordan Smith.

Victoria Shaw began her career as a model in Sydney, Australia in the 1950s. She quickly gained popularity and landed magazine covers, advertisements, and various modeling contracts. Later, she made her way to the acting world and starred in several films, including "Edge of Eternity" and "Westward the Women". She was also featured in popular TV shows such as "Perry Mason" and "The Twilight Zone". Shaw was considered a sex symbol during her career and was known for her striking beauty and impeccable acting abilities. In addition to her career in film and modeling, she was also a talented singer, releasing several records. She tragically passed away in 1988 from emphysema at the age of 53. Her legacy as one of Australia's most well-known models and actresses lives on to this day.

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Marcia Ralston

Marcia Ralston (September 19, 1906 Sydney-November 23, 1988 Rancho Mirage) also known as Mascotte Marcia Henderson or Mascotte was an Australian actor. She had one child, Phil Harris, Jr.

Marcia Ralston began her acting career in Australia during the 1920s, but later moved to the United States to further her career. She appeared in several films throughout the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including "Kid Galahad" (1937) and "This Woman is Mine" (1941).

In addition to her film work, Ralston was also a successful stage actress, appearing in various productions throughout the US and Europe. She was known for her quick wit and sharp sense of humor, which made her a favorite among fellow actors and audiences alike.

Later in life, Ralston retired from acting and moved to Rancho Mirage, California, where she lived until her death in 1988. Despite her success in the entertainment industry, she remained humble and was known for her kind and generous spirit.

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Jessica Harcourt

Jessica Harcourt (November 27, 2014 Sydney-August 23, 1988 Ipswich) was an Australian actor.

She started her career in the 1930s in Sydney, playing small roles in various theatrical productions before moving onto radio dramas. In the 1940s, Harcourt made her way to Hollywood where she landed her first major role in the film, "The Strange Woman." Throughout her career, she continued to act in various films and television shows, including "The Adventures of Robin Hood" and "Gunsmoke." Alongside her acting career, Harcourt was also an accomplished playwright, with several of her works premiering on Broadway. She passed away in 1988 at the age of 73.

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