She Job Nabri, Padma Amidala’s mother was known to play science-based films by Natalie Portman
Trisha Noble, who appeared in two “Star Wars” films, died after a battle with mesothelioma, Daily Mail reported. She Was 76.
According to the Daily Mail, Noble died 23 days before his 77th birthday, due to complications from tumors caused by asbestos fibers.
The “Star Wars” franchise featured Noble Jobal Nabri, the mother of Padma Amidala, played by Natalie Portman. She This can be seen in 2002’s “Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones” and 2005’s “Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith”. However, her scenes were reportedly cut from the final Episode II version and appeared entirely on DVD extras.
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After the birth of Patricia Ann Ruth Noble, she debuted on the Australian TV show “Bandstand” and ended with a pop music career, performing in the US in the 1960s and UK as Patty Ann Noble. She Also acted As Sergeant Rosie Johnson on the police drama “Strike Force”.
She Later moved back to Australia and played the role of Miss Jacobs / Mrs. The Daily Mail featured the Crown in the 2017 Australian production of “Ladies in Black”.
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