|Birthname||Stuart Frank Doyle|
|born on||1 December 1887 at 02:40 (= 02:40 AM )|
|Place||Sydney, Australia, 33s52, 151e13|
|Timezone||LMT m151e13 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||08°12' 08°47 Asc. 28°48'|
Australian radio and theatrical entrepreneur. He joined Union Theatres and Australasian Films and worked his way up to managing director, establishing the Capitol Theatre and State Theatre in Sydney as well as the State Theatre in Melbourne. He also helped lead the 1929 campaign against the Federal amusement tax which contributed to the fall of the Bruce-Page government.
In 1929 along with Sir Benjamin Fuller he helped found the Australian Broadcasting Company which was taken over by the government in 1932 and became the Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Doyle died from cardio-vascular disease at his home at Wahroonga, Sydney on 20 October 1945 at age 57.
Sy Scholfield calculates data for Doyle's natal chart (showing planets in signs and houses but no degrees) as given by astrologer Jose Charlton-Smith in a profile of Doyle in Sunday Times (Sydney), 1 April 1928, page 22.
- Vocation : Business : Entrepreneur
- Vocation : Business : Top executive
- Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political