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|Died||6 August 2019(aged 85)|
George Whaley (19 June 1934 – 6 August 2019) was an Australian actor, director and writer, known for his work across theatre and film. He was born in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. He wrote and directed the mini-series The Harp in the South and it; sequel Poor Man's Orange, as well as Dad and Dave: On Our Selection
George Whaley was National Institute of Dramatic Art’s Head of Acting from 1976 to 1981, taking over from Alexander Hay. Apart from his directing work he featured in numerous serial s including Homicide, Division 4, The Flying Doctors, A Country Practice and All Saints
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