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Arkie Deya Whiteley (6 November, 1964 - 19 December, 2001), was an Australian actress who appeared in television and films.
Her parents were the renowned artist Brett Whiteley, and his wife Wendy (n?e Julius). According to her obituary in The Times newspaper, when living with her parents at the Chelsea Hotel in New York as an infant her baby sitter was US blues singer Janis Joplin.
Her films included: ''A Town Like Alice'' (1981 television mini-series), ''Razorback'', ''Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior'', ''Princess Caraboo'', and ''The Last Musketeer''. She also appeared in the television series ''Prisoner''.
After her father's death, Arkie Whiteley negotiated with the New South Wales government to purchase his studio and run it as a studio museum managed by the Art Gallery of NSW.
She died from adrenal gland cancer.