British-Born Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John died on Monday at the age of 73, according to a post on her Instagram account.
“Dame Olivia Newton-John, (73) passed away peacefully at her ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends,” her husband, John Easterling, announced in the post.
Newton-John’s family did not give any details about the cause of her death but described her as “a symbol of triumphs and hope for over 30 years sharing her journey with breast cancer.”
The Grease star was diagnosed with cancer in 1992, and underwent successful treatment before the cancer returned in 2017.
Newton-John was born in Cambridge, England, in 1948. Her family moved to Melbourne, Australia, when she was five.
Her singing career began when she was a young teenager, performing pop and country music, including her chart-topping hit Physical.
She shot to super-stardom playing Sandy opposite John Travolta’s Danny in the 1978 musical Grease, earning a Golden Globe Best Actress nomination.
Over her five-decade career, Newton-John won four Grammy Awards and sold more than 100 million albums, according to her website.
Newton-John has one daughter, Chloe Lattanzi.