Australian music stars deceased in Liver cancer

Here are 1 famous musicians from Australia died in Liver cancer:

Mark "Chopper" Read

Mark "Chopper" Read (November 17, 1954 Melbourne-October 9, 2013 Melbourne) a.k.a. Mark Brandon Read, Chopper or Chopper Read was an Australian writer and criminal.

His most recognized albums: Interview With a Madman. Genres: Hip hop music.

Mark "Chopper" Read first gained notoriety as a criminal in Melbourne, Australia in the 1970s and 80s. He was involved in various crimes including armed robbery, assault, and kidnapping. However, he became somewhat of a cult hero due to his charisma and frequent appearances in the media.

After spending time in prison, Read turned to writing and published a series of books about his life of crime. He was also the subject of a feature film "Chopper" in 2000, which was based on his book "From the Inside."

In addition to his criminal activities and writing, Read also dabbled in the music industry. He released the album "Interview with a Madman" in 1998, which featured him rapping over beats. The album garnered mixed reviews, but further cemented his image as a larger-than-life figure in Australian culture.

Read passed away in 2013 at the age of 58 due to liver cancer. He remains a controversial and polarizing figure in Australia to this day.

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