Glenda Linscott is an Australian actress best known for her performance as tough bikie inmate and top dog Rita "The Beater" Connors in the television drama Prisoner, for which she won a prestigious Penguin award. She later recreated the role for a British stage play version of the series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glenda Linscott"
Gordon Chater was an comedian and actor who was born on 6 April, 1922, in London, England. He died on December 13, 1999 at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gordon Chater"
Greta Scacchi (born February 18, 1960 in Milan, Italy) is a film actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greta Scacchi"
Helen Buday is an australian theatre, TV, movie actress and singer. She appeared as "Savannah Nix" in the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. She was awarded Best Actress at the 48th Valladolid International Film Festival in 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helen Buday"
Hugo Wallace Weaving (born April 4, 1960) is an Australian film and stage actor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hugo Weaving"
Jane Menelaus is an Australian actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jane Menelaus"
Jody Kennedy (born July 8, 1981) ia an Australian actress. Along with an extensive list of theatre credits, she is most notably known on the drama headLand, as smart university student Maddie McKinnon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jody Kennedy"
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John Bell is an acclaimed Australian actor and theatre personality. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Bell (actor)"
John Brady is a world famous Australian whip cracking expert. He has performed on 5 continents - in leading shows, fairs and special events - and has appeared in many television shows and films, including American films, as an expert whip cracker and showman. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Brady (expert whipcracker)"
John Howard (born October 22, 1952) is an Australian stage and screen actor. He is best known for his appearances in the film The Club, the Australian comedy The Crop and the television series SeaChange and Always Greener. He currently plays the regular role of Dr. Frank Campion in the Australian medical TV drama, All Saints. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Howard (Australian actor)"
John Russell Waters (born December 8, 1948, London, England) is a famous film, theatre and television actor, best known in Australia after moving there in 1968. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Waters (actor)"
John Wood (born July 14, 1946 in Melbourne, Victoria) is an Australian actor, well known for his role as Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon in the Seven Network's long running police drama Blue Heelers. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Wood (Australian actor)"
Johnny Lockwood (born 7 December 1920 in London, UK) is an Australian-based actor and comedy performer, possibly best known for his role in the 1970s television soap opera Number 96, playing Aldo Godolfus. ...more on Wikipedia about "Johnny Lockwood"
Dame Judith Anderson, DBE ( February 10, 1897 – January 3, 1992) was an Australian stage and film actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judith Anderson"
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Justine Clark (born 1971) is an Australian actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Justine Clark"
Reginald Leo McKern ( March 16, 1920– July 23, 2002), better known simply as Leo McKern, was an Australian actor who appeared in numerous British television programmes, movies and in over 200 stage roles. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 1983. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leo McKern"
Lisa McCune (b. February 19, 1971) is an Australian actress well-known for her television roles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lisa McCune"
Maggie Kirkpatrick, born 29 January 1941 is an Australian actress best known for her portrayal of Joan Ferguson, a sadistic and corrupt lesbian prison officer known to the prisoners as "The Freak" in the popular Australian television soap opera, Prisoner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maggie Kirkpatrick"
Martin Crewes (born in 1968 in London, England) is principally a performing arts actor. He moved to Australia when he was 10 years of age, and attended the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, in Perth, Western Australia. Other notable graduates of WAAPA include Hugh Jackman, Lisa McCune and Frances O'Connor. Since graduating, Crewes has taken part in many stage plays and musical productions, both in Australia and internationally, and has also appeared in various television and movie productions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martin Crewes"
Matthew Newton (born 11 of May 1977) is the son of the Australian TV personality, Bert Newton. His mother is Patti Newton. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matthew Newton"
Mike Dorsey (born 1930 in Yorkshire, United Kingdom) was an Australia-based theatre and television actor best known for his long-running role of Reg MacDonald in the 1970s television soap opera Number 96. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Dorsey"
Monica Maughan is an Australian actress with notable and well-known roles in film, theatre and television. ...more on Wikipedia about "Monica Maughan"
Neil Melville is an Australian actor. He was born in Sydney, but spent most of his childhood in Apollo Bay, Victoria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Neil Melville"
Noel Tovey ( 25 December 1934) is an dancer, actor, choreographer and was the artistic director for the Indigenous welcoming ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Noel Tovey"
Patti Newton is an Australian performer and television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Patti Newton"
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