A woman who became an international star in her native Australia has died aged 90.
Her name was Aisling Daly.
Ms Daly was the first person in the world to successfully mount an aerial stunt and then become a Hollywood superstar.
Ms Daly’s stuntman, Robert Brown, said his sister had “a unique personality”.
“She was a great fighter,” Mr Brown said.
“She’d fly up the side of buildings and jump on them and make her way to the top of them.”
She was so talented and she’d have the perfect accent and she had a way of speaking that I didn’t know she had.
“You just wanted to be close to her and say hi to her.
She was the best of friends.”
Mr Brown was at the top with a parachute.
“Her voice was beautiful and she could do all the voices,” Mr Robinson said.
Ms Davis, who grew up in Canberra and Sydney, had been working as a stuntwoman since she was 10.
She became an actress at 17 and made her name in the 1980s with her role as a woman in a horror film.
She made her film debut in 1987 as a character played by Julie Andrews.
“I never thought she would be able to go on to have her own films,” Ms Davis said.
A native of the Northern Territory, Ms Davis had been acting since she could walk.
She studied at the University of Sydney and made a short film for the ABC.
In 2003, she appeared in a television series called The Queen, which ran for four seasons.
The show became a hit and Ms Davis was a popular figure in the community.
Her family moved to Queensland in 2006, where she started her career as a dancer.
She went on to star in television series The Black Box and has appeared in several other films.
She is survived by her husband, Robert, and two sons, Jason and Andrew.