Alethea McGrath, Australian actress, Died at 96

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Alethea McGrath was born in 1919/1920, and died on February 9, 2016.

She was an Australian actress and comedienne.

He played the role of Jocasta Nu in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

Alethea was also widely known for her roles on television, playing Dot Farrar in Prisoner and she has had three parts in Neighbours: Miss Logan in 1985, Mary Crombie from 1989 to 1990 and Lilly Madigan in 1998.

Her most recent role was the older characters of Romulus, My Father, and Miss Taylor in Knowing (2009).

Already concentrating on acting professionally, McGrath taught Drama at Methodist Ladies College in the Melbourne suburb of Kew.

Alethea McGrath passed away at 96yrs old.

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