The world of acting has lost one of its brightest stars with the unfortunate passing of Maxine Klibingaitis. She was best known for her fine portrayal of Prisoner, which captured the hearts of many .continue reading to know more about her.
How did Maxine Klibingaitis die ?
It is with heavy hearts that we report the news of actress Maxine Klibingaitis’ passing at the age of 58. Her contribution to Australian TV cannot be understated, having played roles such as Bobbie Mitchell in Prisoner and Terri Inglis in Neighbours. The announcement made by Partners in Crime on social media has left many of her fans and well-wishers mourning her loss.
We extend our deepest condolences to her son, Zane, and the rest of her family during this difficult time. Rest in peace, Maxine.
What was cause of her death ?
The news of Maxine Klibingaitis’ passing has left many people saddened and shocked. At only 58 years old, her death was sudden and unexpected. While the exact cause of her death is yet to be revealed, it’s been reported that she had multiple health issues. Maxine was well-known and respected for her work in the entertainment industry, particularly for her role in the hit TV series “Prisoner.” She will be greatly missed by her fans and colleagues alike.
More about Maxine Klibingaitis
Maxine was a force to be reckoned with in the Australian acting scene, leaving her mark on cult TV series Prisoner and Neighbours. With her unique talent for portraying varied characters, she won the MUFF award for Best Supporting Female Actor for her role as an unhinged, diabetic punk in the film Moonlight & Magic. Maxine’s versatility shone through in the Boronia Boys films, where she played a local girl named Caz. From Ballarat, Victoria, Maxine’s notable achievements include being married to Australian television director, Andrew Friedman, and being a doting mother to their son, Zane Friedman. For fans of the Australian acting scene, Maxine is a name that will always be remembered.
Tributes pours to Maxine Klibingaitis death
RIP Maxine Klibingaitis.
Many iconic roles on Australian TV, especially Bobbie Mitchell on Prisoner and Terri Inglis on Neighbours.
I was so fortunate to meet Maxine last year. She was an absolute scream. Shared quite the cheekie convo.
She loved her family and her dear animals.
Love and light to all who knew her.
Very sad. She had numerous health problems. I’m glad she managed to write her book 💕 God bless you Maxine & thank you for the memories 🙏🙌xx
Absolutely heartbreaking and shocking. Was only chatting to Maxine a few weeks ago on phone about catching up next time I down in Melbourne. That won’t be happening. My condoleances to her family, friends and fans. xx