Australian actress Maxine Calibengaitis dies the sun.
Klibingaitis is best known for his roles in series such as ‘Neighbours’ and ‘Prisoner’.
The death announcement was announced on the “Prisoner’s” Facebook fan page, Monday, the website wrote, where it says she died “suddenly and unexpectedly.”
“It is with sadness that we announce the passing away of actress Maxine Calibengaitis today. Maxine played the beloved Bobby Mitchell in Prisoners, Terry Inglis in Neighbors, and had many other roles in Australian television. Maxine was just 58 years old. We send our condolences to her son Zane And also to family and friends. Rest in peace, Maxine,” the post read, according to The Sun.
She lost her husband
Klibingaitis is also survived by her husband, director Andrew Friedman, whom she married in 1987.
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