Australian movie stars died in 1999

Here are 2 famous actresses from Australia died in 1999:

Anne Haddy

Anne Haddy (October 5, 1930 Quorn-June 6, 1999 Melbourne) was an Australian actor, voice actor and secretary.

She was best known for her role as Helen Daniels on the popular Australian television soap opera "Neighbours." Haddy was one of the original cast members and appeared on the show from 1985 until 1997. Prior to "Neighbours," she had a successful career in Australian theatre, film, and television. In addition to her acting work, Haddy was also a talented voice actor and provided the voice of several characters in animated programs, including the character of Wu in "The Silver Brumby" and Mrs. Goggins in "Postman Pat." Haddy's career spanned more than four decades, and she remains a beloved figure in Australian entertainment.

Read more about Anne Haddy on Wikipedia »

Queenie Ashton

Queenie Ashton (November 16, 1903 London-October 21, 1999 Australia) otherwise known as Edith Muriel Ashton, Ethel Muriel Cover or Ethel Muriel Cover AM was an Australian actor and ballet dancer. Her children are called Janet Lawson and Tony Lawson.

Ashton began her career in London as a ballet dancer before transitioning to the stage and film. She appeared in numerous productions throughout her career, including the film "Jedda" (1955) and the television series "Homicide" (1964-1976). Ashton was also an accomplished stage performer, appearing in productions of "The Sound of Music," "My Fair Lady," and "The King and I." In addition to her acting career, she was also an accomplished painter and author, publishing her memoir "The Singing Tree" in 1991. She was honored with many awards including an Order of Australia in 1985 for her contributions to the arts.

Read more about Queenie Ashton on Wikipedia »

Related articles