Australian movie actresses deceased in Heart failure

Here are 2 famous actresses from Australia died in Heart failure:

Marion Edward

Marion Edward (March 13, 1935 Melbourne-April 15, 2007 Melbourne) also known as Marion Edwards or Marlon Edwards was an Australian actor.

Marion Edward was best known for his roles in the Australian movies "The Adventures of Barry McKenzie" and "The Club". He began his acting career in the 1960s in theatre productions before transitioning to film and television. Throughout his career, he was recognized for his talent and received numerous awards for his performances. In addition to his acting work, Marion was also a voice actor and made appearances on various Australian television shows. He was considered a pioneer in the Australian film industry and his legacy continues to inspire young actors in Australia today.

Finis Barton

Finis Barton (January 8, 1911 Perth-February 17, 1978 New York City) also known as Virginia Barton was an Australian actor.

Barton began his acting career in Australian radio and theater before transitioning to film. He appeared in numerous Australian films before moving to Hollywood in the 1950s to further his career.

In the United States, he appeared in films such as "20 Million Miles to Earth" and "The Purple Mask." He also worked on Broadway, starring in productions such as "Kismet" and "The Gambling Ghost."

Barton was known for his versatility as an actor, playing both dramatic and comedic roles. He also had a distinctive deep and resonant voice which he used in his radio work.

Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Barton struggled with alcoholism throughout his life. He died in 1978 at the age of 67.

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