Who was Judith Durham? Death and Cause of Death
Judith Durham Age, Birthday, How Old was She?
Judith was 79 years old when she sadly passed away in 2022. Born on July 3rd 1943 in Essendon, Victoria she would celebrate her birthday on July 3rd each year. Her zodiac sign was Cancer.
Judith Durham Husband, Was She Married?
Judith was happily married to English actor and composer, Ronald Edgeworth for 25 years. The Pair met n their younger years and instantly fell in love. The couple got married On 21 November 1969 at the Scots’ Church in Melbourne in a private wedding ceremony that was attended by both close friends and family.
The Couple did not have any kids together. Ronald sadly passed away on 10 December 1994 with Durham by his side after a gruesome battle with motor neurone disease.
Judith Durham Parents, Siblings
She was born and raised by her loving parents in Essendon, Victoria, by parents Hazel Durham and William Alexander. Her father was a Cock DFC, a navigator and World War II pathfinder. In 1949, her he accepted a job in Hobart, Tasmania. Durham attended the Fahan School in Taroona, a suburb of Hobart, from early 1950 until 1956, when the family relocated to Melbourne and settled in Georgian Court, Balwyn. She attended Ruyton Girls’ School in Kew before enrolling at RMIT.
Judith Durham Sister
Judith is survived by her loving sister Beverley Sheehan who is also a musical artist. Throughout their life, the sisters were very close and were constantly seen alongside each other in various events.
Judith Durha Height, Weight
Judith stood at an estimated height of 5 feet 8 Inches stall. Her weight and other body measurements are unavailable.
Judith Durham Songs
- I’ll Never Find Another You
- I Am Australian
- The Seekers: 25 Year Reunion Celebration Live In Concert · 1995
- Georgy Girl
- Come the Day · 1966
- Wild Rover
Judith Durham Death
Judith sadly passed on August 5, 2022 aged 79 years old. Durham died in palliative care on Friday night after a brief stay at Melbourne’s The Alfred hospital, according to Universal Music Australia and Musicoast.
Durham had a number of solo albums, but she was best known as the lead singer of the folk music group The Seekers, with whom she worked from 1963 until 1968, when she left to pursue a solo career.