Tributes Flow For Adelaide Icon Quentin Kenihan

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Tributes Flow For Adelaide Icon Quentin Kenihan

Local identity Quentin Kenihan is being remembered as the little Aussie battler who won hearts all over the world.

The 43 year old passed away suddenly at the weekend after suffering an asthma attack.

Born with eight broken bones, Doctors gave him less than 3 months to live.

The disability advocate battled through drug and alcohol problems to work in the film industry, recently featuring in Mad Max Fury Road.

Ray Martin remembers the time the pair first met in the early eighties.

Peter Helliar says Quentin was always hilarious company and never let his body define him.

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Premier Steven Marshall called him a powerful advocate for those living with a disability.

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While good friendĀ Russell Crowe paid tribute to his "little mate" saying he lived a creative and productive life.

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The known actor, writer and filmmaker was planning to run in the upcoming elections for the Adelaide City Council.

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