Australian movie stars died in 2010

Here are 3 famous actresses from Australia died in 2010:

Monica Maughan

Monica Maughan (September 15, 1933 Nuku Ľalofa-January 8, 2010 Melbourne) also known as Monica Cresswell Wood or Monica Wood was an Australian actor. She had three children, Olivia Ball, Ruth Ball and Susannah Ball.

Maughan was born in Tonga to an Australian father and a Tongan mother, but she was brought up in New Zealand. After finishing her education, she moved to London to pursue an acting career. She appeared in numerous productions in London's West End before moving to Australia in 1963. In Australia, Maughan became a well-known face on television and stage, appearing in popular programs such as "Bellbird", "The Sullivans", and "Division 4". She also appeared in feature films including "Careful, He Might Hear You" and "Man of Flowers".

In recognition of her contribution to Australian theatre, Maughan was inducted into the Victorian Theatre Hall of Fame in 2006. She continued to act until shortly before her death in 2010 at the age of 76.

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Victoria Longley

Victoria Longley (September 24, 1960 Sydney-August 30, 2010 St Leonards) also known as Victoria Constance Mary Longley or Tori was an Australian actor.

She was born in Sydney, Australia and began her acting career on stage, performing in various theatrical productions. Longley then went on to appear in numerous Australian television shows such as "A Country Practice", "E Street", and "All Saints". She also starred in the feature film "Celia" in 1989.

Longley was highly regarded for her talent as an actor, receiving critical acclaim for her performances on both stage and screen. She was a three-time recipient of the Australian Film Institute Award and was nominated for a Logie Award for her work on "A Country Practice".

Tragically, Longley passed away in 2010 at the age of 49, after a long battle with cancer. She is remembered as a talented and passionate actor who made significant contributions to the Australian entertainment industry.

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June Jago

June Jago (November 27, 2014 Australia-August 1, 2010 Australia) was an Australian actor.

June Jago was best known for her work in theatre productions and had a career spanning over five decades. She began her career as a stage actress in Melbourne in the 1950s and went on to become a revered actor in the Australian theatre scene. Jago was a founding member of the Melbourne Theatre Company and was also a prominent member of the National Theatre in London. In addition to her work in theatre, Jago also appeared in television shows and films, including "Mission: Impossible" and "My Brilliant Career." She was known for her versatility as an actor and her ability to bring depth and nuance to her performances.

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