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Lillian Crombie was born on 1958 in Australia, is an actress. Discover Lillian Crombie's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 65 years old?

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Occupation Actress, dancer
Age 65 years old
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Born 1958, 1958
Birthday 1958
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Date of death January 03, 2024
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Nationality Australia

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Children Elaine Crombie

Lillian Crombie Net Worth

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As of December 2021 she was intending to create a documentary film and book about her life.


In October 2020 Crombie established a series of dance workshops for children in Port Pirie, in preparation for her planned establishment of the Lillian Crombie School of Dance and Drama. The workshops included tuition in classical ballet, hip hop, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance, and drama.


In 2019 Crombie shared the Equity Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award with Ningali Lawford-Wolf. Wesley Enoch described her as "a pioneer of Australian Theatre who has paved the way for many Indigenous stories to be told".

A 2019 short TV documentary in a series called Deadly Family Portraits, called Crombie Crew, focused on Lillian and her daughter Elaine. As of December 2021 the film is available on ABC iview.


Following the death of her brother, in 2015 Crombie founded The Lillian Crombie Foundation (TLCF), which supports people who need to travel for "Sorry Business" (for funerals, grieving and healing purposes). It provides financial and emotional support and culturally-appropriate respect and care. She says the spark was provided by the plight of a friend ten years earlier, who could not afford to travel home to Western Australia to attend the funeral of her mother, and no charities were able to help.


In 1988, she was one of a four-woman dance troupe who called themselves the African Dance Group and performed a show directed by Robyn Archer at The Space Theatre in the Adelaide Festival Centre for the Adelaide Festival of Arts, entitled AKWANSO (Fly South). The others in the group were Ghanaian-Australian Dorinda Hafner, African-American dancer and choreographer Aku Kadogo, and Jamaican Jigzie Campbell. Each woman tells her own story of racial prejudice, which is followed by a dance by all four women, choreographed by Mary Barnett of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.


Having met film director Baz Luhrmann at NIDA in 1983, she applied for and won a role in his 2008 film Australia.


Working with Stephen Page, she had some fun doing mixed drag acts, and in the 1980s joined the Sydney Mardi Gras to support the gay community during the AIDS pandemic. Working with David Page, she performed at some fund-raising events for HIV/AIDS.


Crombie toured with AIDT on its first international tour to Nigeria, (FESTAC 77) in 1977, along with Wayne Nicol, Michael Leslie, Richard Talonga, and Roslyn Watson.


She trained in classical ballet at the Port Pirie Ballet School, before winning a scholarship to Dance Concert Limited in Sydney, which started at the beginning of 1975, when she was 16. There she learnt and performed various cultural dances, such as the maypole dance, and in that year also did a dance and drama course at the National Black Theatre in Redfern. She then joined National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA) as one of their first intake of students in 1976, and joined the performance arm of the organisation, the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre (AIDT) soon afterwards.


Lillian Crombie (born 1958) is an Aboriginal Australian actress and dancer, known for her work on stage, film and television.

Lillian Crombie was born in 1958. She is of the Pitjantjatjara/ Yankunytjatjara people of central Australia, but was taken from her parents at the age of seven and never saw them again. She grew up in a loving home with foster parents in Port Pirie, South Australia.