David Ngoombujarra, a well-known Aboriginal actor, has died at age 44.

Ngoombujarra was pronounced dead in a local hospital after being found in a park on July 17 in Fremantle, Australia – near Perth.

No cause of death has been given by local authorities, but his death has been ruled as not suspicious.

The actor is known for his roles in international films such as Rabbit-Proof Fence, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Australia, Ned Kelly and Kangaroo Jack.

He won awards for his roles in Blackfellas and Black and White.

Hugh Jackman, who appeared alongside the actor in Australia, called him “an extraordinary man, actor and friend… His laugh, warmth and humanity will live on with all who knew him.”

Ngoombujarra was born in Meekatharra, West Australia, and grew up near Perth.