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Legendary Yolŋu actor David Dalaithngu has died after a 50-year career on screen

David and his humpy at Tank Creek in Arhnem Land in 2002. Source: AAP Image/Rod McGuirk

Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu has died in South Australia after a 50-year career on screen in classic films. The 68-year-old Yolŋu [[yol-nyoo]] man had a long battle with lung cancer, and the Australian public is paying tribute to his talents. A report.

David Dalaithngu and his humpy at Tank Creek in Arhnem Land in 2002.
David and his humpy at Tank Creek in Arhnem Land in 2002.
AAP Image/Rod McGuirk


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