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Entertainment Trisha Noble: Star Wars actress and pop star dies at the age of 76

04:06  05 february  2021
04:06  05 february  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Australian actress and pop singer Trisha Noble has died at the age of 76.

Trisha, who had several hits in the 1960s and also appeared in two Star Wars films, died on January 23 after an 18-month battle with mesothelioma, a tumour caused by inhaled asbestos fibers.

During her career, Trisha's most notable role was playing Jobal Naberrie in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) and Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005).

Trisha Noble posing for the camera: Rest in peace: Australian actress and pop singer Trisha Noble has died at the age of 76 © Provided by Daily Mail Rest in peace: Australian actress and pop singer Trisha Noble has died at the age of 76

Jobal was the mother of lead character Padmé Amidala, played by Natalie Portman.

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While Trisha's scenes from Episode II did not make the final cut of the film, they were  included in the DVD extras.

Trisha was born and raised in Marrickville, Sydney. She previously went by the name Patricia Ann Noble, and began her career on the Australian TV show Bandstand.

She made regular appearances on the program, with her songs Busy Lips and Good Looking Boy proving popular with viewers.

a woman posing for a picture: Illness: Trisha, who had several hits in the '60s and also appeared in two Star Wars films as Jobal Naberrie, died on January 23 after an 18-month battle with mesothelioma, a tumour caused by inhaled asbestos fibers © Provided by Daily Mail Illness: Trisha, who had several hits in the '60s and also appeared in two Star Wars films as Jobal Naberrie, died on January 23 after an 18-month battle with mesothelioma, a tumour caused by inhaled asbestos fibers

In 1961, she won Best Female Singer of the Year at the Logie Awards - Australia's equivalent of the Emmys - then moved to the UK and signed a two-year contract with Columbia Records.

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Her acting career took off in Great Britain and she had memorable roles in Carry On Camping, Danger Man and Death of a Woman.

In 1967, she moved to America, where she changed her name to Trisha and landed roles in The Rockford Files, Columbo and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

Engelbert Humperdinck, Trisha Noble are posing for a picture: Making moves: Trisha was born and raised in Marrickville, Sydney. In 1967, she moved to America and landed roles in The Rockford Files, Columbo and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. Pictured with Engelbert Humperdinck in 1970 © Provided by Daily Mail Making moves: Trisha was born and raised in Marrickville, Sydney. In 1967, she moved to America and landed roles in The Rockford Files, Columbo and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. Pictured with Engelbert Humperdinck in 1970 Trisha Noble standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Popular: She previously went by the name Patricia Ann Noble, and began her career on the Australian TV show Bandstand. Pictured in 1975 on The Clifton Davis Show © Provided by Daily Mail Popular: She previously went by the name Patricia Ann Noble, and began her career on the Australian TV show Bandstand. Pictured in 1975 on The Clifton Davis Show

She returned to Australia in 2007 to star in the Sydney stage production of Pippin.

One of her most recent roles was playing Miss Jacobs/Mrs Crown in the Australian production of Ladies in Black in 2017.

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Trisha was the daughter of Australian comedian Clarence 'Buster' Noble and singer and dancer Helen De Paul.

She died just days before her 77th birthday.

Dieter Brummer standing posing for the camera: Talented: Trisha was a celebrated singer, film star and stage actress. She died just days before her 77th birthday. Pictured in the 2003 stage production of Leader of the Pack in Sydney © Provided by Daily Mail Talented: Trisha was a celebrated singer, film star and stage actress. She died just days before her 77th birthday. Pictured in the 2003 stage production of Leader of the Pack in Sydney Read more

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