Australian movie actresses deceased in Natural causes

Here are 2 famous actresses from Australia died in Natural causes:

May Robson

May Robson (April 19, 1858 Melbourne-October 20, 1942 Beverly Hills) also known as Mary Jeanette Robinson, Mary Jeannette Robison, Robson or Mary Jeanette Robison was an Australian actor and playwright. She had one child, Edward Gore.

May Robson began her acting career in her 40s, and became a successful stage actress in both Australia and the United States. Her most famous stage role was as the lead in a hit Broadway play, "The Visit of Mrs. Gibbs," which she also wrote. She went on to have a successful career in Hollywood, appearing in over 70 films, including the classic film "Bringing Up Baby" with Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. She was known for her portrayals of strong, independent women and for her gravelly voice. In 1935, at the age of 77, she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in "Lady for a Day." She continued to act into her 80s and was widely respected in the industry for her talent and professionalism.

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Dorothy Hammerstein

Dorothy Hammerstein (June 7, 1899 Launceston-August 3, 1987 New York City) also known as Dorothy Hammerstein, Dorothy Blanchard Jacobson, Dorothy Blanchard or Mrs. Oscar Hammerstein was an Australian actor. She had three children, Susan Blanchard, Henry Jacobson Jr. and James Hammerstein.

Dorothy Hammerstein began her career as an actor in Australia in the early 1910s. She moved to the United States in 1929 to pursue her acting career on Broadway. She appeared in several plays and musicals during her career, including the original Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" and "South Pacific."

In addition to her acting career, Dorothy Hammerstein was also involved in philanthropic work. She was a founding member of the Women's Committee of the New York Philharmonic and served on the board of several charitable organizations.

After the death of her first husband, Henry Jacobson, in 1945, she married Oscar Hammerstein II in 1946. The couple remained married until Hammerstein's death in 1960.

Dorothy Hammerstein continued to be active in the arts until her death in 1987 at the age of 88. She is remembered as a talented actor and a committed philanthropist.

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