Australian movie stars died in 1993

Here are 3 famous actresses from Australia died in 1993:

Ena Gregory

Ena Gregory (April 18, 1906 Sydney-June 13, 1993 Laguna Beach) also known as Marian Douglas, Marion Douglas or Edna Gregory was an Australian actor.

She began her career on stage and later transitioned to film in Hollywood during the 1930s. Gregory is best known for her roles in films such as "The Black Room" (1935) and "A Tale of Two Cities" (1935). She continued to act on both stage and screen throughout the 1940s and 1950s, even appearing in a few television shows. In addition to her acting work, Gregory was also a writer and published a book entitled "The Actor's Way" in 1948. Despite her success in the entertainment industry, Gregory abruptly left Hollywood in 1955, citing a desire to focus on her spiritual beliefs. She spent the remainder of her life in Laguna Beach, California, where she continued to write and occasionally act in local theatrical productions until her death in 1993 at the age of 87.

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Margaret Vyner

Margaret Vyner (December 3, 1914 Armidale-October 30, 1993 Reading) also known as Margaret Williams or Margaret Leila Vyner was an Australian actor, model and playwright. Her children are called Polly Williams, Simon Williams and Hugo Williams.

Margaret Vyner began her career as a model in Sydney during the 1930s. She later moved to England to pursue acting and performed on the West End stage in productions such as "The Relapse" and "The School for Scandal". During World War II, she worked as a radio announcer and was a member of the Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA), performing for troops.

Vyner's talents extended beyond acting, and she also wrote several plays. Her most notable work, "The Unsleeping Eye", was produced in London in 1958 and later adapted for television. She also wrote a biography of the actress Edith Evans.

In addition to her creative pursuits, Vyner was known for her beauty and was featured in several magazines as a model in the 1940s and 1950s.

After retiring from acting, Vyner focused on her writing and was a regular contributor to the literary magazine Encounter. She passed away in Reading at the age of 78.

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Betty McDowall

Betty McDowall (November 27, 2014 Sydney-December 31, 1993 London) also known as Betty McDowell was an Australian actor.

She began her acting career in the 1940s and appeared in a variety of television shows and films in Australia before moving to England in the early 1950s. McDowall continued to act in both television and film, and became a popular figure in British entertainment. She appeared in the popular television series "The Saint" and "The Avengers" and also had a prominent role in the film "The Punch and Judy Man" opposite British actor Tony Hancock. In addition to her acting career, McDowall was also a keen traveler and photographer, publishing several books of her photographs throughout her lifetime. Despite her fame, McDowall remained a private individual and little is known about her personal life.

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