Australian actor Leslie Dayman has died on the age of 85.
The Victorian-born TV and movie star – whose profession spanned greater than 50 years – handed away on October 20.
No explanation for dying has been given.
Dayman launched his profession in theatre in 1955 earlier than touchdown the function of Invoice Hudson in ‘60s crime drama, Murder.
He starred in a number of hit exhibits all through the eighties and nineties, together with in E Road as Senior Sergeant George Sullivan, Sons and Daughters as businessman Roger Carlyle and inmate Geoff McRae in Prisoner.
Dayman additionally appeared in a number of different beloved native productions, together with All Saints, Water Rats, Stingers, Blue Homicide and A Nation Apply.
His movie credit included Gallipoli, Holy Smoke, Oscar & Lucinda, Molly, and The Silence.
Dayman’s former E Road co-star, Marianne Howard, confirmed the unhappy information with a tribute on social media, writing: “Relaxation in Peace lovely Les Dayman. Couldn’t have wished for a greater on-screen dad in my E Road days.”
She continued: “Your attractive eyes all the time jogged my memory of my dad’s eyes so it was so pretty to play your daughter. PS. Attention-grabbing enjoyable truth – we shared the identical birthday!”
Dayman is survived by his spouse of 62 years, Rose, and his sons, Nicholas and Timothy, whom he shares with ex-wife, Diane Chamberlain.