Australian actress, voice-over artist and model Judith McBurney was born on May 19, 1948, and died on December 1, 2018.
She was known widely for several TV series.
She was best known as Tania Livingston in The Young Doctors and Pixie Mason in Prisoner (also known as Prisoner: Cell Block H).
Before acting, McBurney started a successful career as a model employed by June Dally-Watkins.
During late 1969 during her first role, in a supporting role in Peter Weir’s short movie Michael, one of three short movies released under the title Three to Go.
After that, McBurney’s took a small part in ABC TV-plays and guest roles in other TV series.
During 1972, her first leading role was as Ella Belairs in ABC’s adaption of The Cousin from Fiji, based on a novel by Norman Lindsay.
Another early and memorable role was as Aldith in Seven Little Australians.
During 2002, she retired from acting to become an educated healer.
McBurney was also an acting and modeling teacher for young people.
She passed away at 70 years old due to cancer.