Australian Film Actresses

Australian film actresses

  • Abbey Lee Kershaw Abbey Lee Kershaw
    Abbey Lee Kershaw, known professionally as Abbey Lee, is an Australian fashion model, actress and musician. Following several years of success leading up to the 2011 fashion seasons, V magazine dubbed Kershaw a supermodel. Models.com has listed her as an "Industry Icon".
  • Abbie Cornish Abbie Cornish
    Abbie Cornish, also known by her rap name Dusk, is an Australian actress and rapper known for her film and television roles, particularly her award-winning lead performance in 2004's Somersault, and internationally for her role as Fanny Brawne in Bright Star and her appearance as Sweet Pea in...
  • Ada Nicodemou
    Ada Nicodemou is a Greek Cypriot-born Australian actress, best known for her role as Leah Patterson-Baker in the soap opera Home and Away and as host of the reality series Please Marry My Boy.
  • Adelaide Clemens Adelaide Clemens
    Adelaide Clemens is an Australian actress. She was nominated for a Logie Award in 2008 for her role in the television series Love My Way. In 2012, she played Valentine Wannop in BBCs novel adaptation Parade's End, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch.
  • Adelaide Kane
    Adelaide Kane is an Australian actress. She gained recognition for her roles as Lolly Allen in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, Cora Hale in the third season of MTV's Teen Wolf, and Mary, Queen of Scots, in the CW period drama series Reign.
  • Aileen Britten
    Aileen Britton was an Australian actress of theatre, film, TV and radio. She was known for her work with the Independent Theatre. Television credits include Prisoner, The Sullivans, Matlock Police and The Restless Years.
  • Aileen Britton
    Aileen Britton was an Australian actress of theatre, film, TV and radio. She was known for her work with the Independent Theatre. Television credits include Prisoner, The Sullivans, Matlock Police and The Restless Years.
  • Aisha Dee
    Aisha Dee is an Australian actress, and singer. She is known for her role as Desi Biggins on The Saddle Club. Dee later starred as Mackenzie Miller in the Fox sitcom, I Hate My Teenage Daughter. She also co-starred on Chasing Life. She has her own band called Dee Dee & the Beagles.
  • Alethea McGrath
    Alethea Ada McGrath was an Australian actress and comedian who played the role of Jocasta Nu in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.
  • Alexandra McTavish
    Alexandra McTavish is an Australian actress, writer and producer best known for Neighbours, House Husbands, Mako Mermaids, and her self-penned comedy, Sport. Born in Hong Kong to Australian parents, Alex is also co-founder and producer of the Anywhere Festival.
  • Alice Ansara
    Alice Ansara is an Australian actress who works in film, television and theatre.
  • Alice Englert
    Alice Englert is an Australian-born actress best known for her roles as Rosa in the film Ginger & Rosa, and as Lena Duchannes in the 2013 film Beautiful Creatures.
  • Alice Fraser
    Alice Fraser is an Australian comedian, writer, and actress.
  • Alice Garner
    Alice Miriam Olivia Garner is an Australian actress, musician and historian.
  • Ally McTavish
    Ally McTavish is an Australian actress, writer and producer best known for Neighbours, House Husbands, Mako Mermaids, and her self-penned comedy, Sport. Born in Hong Kong to Australian parents, Ally is also co-founder and producer of the Anywhere Festival.
  • Alma Rock Phillips
    Alma Rock Phillips was an Australian actor of stage and screen. She appeared in a number of early Australian silent films. She was the daughter of Rock Phillips.
  • Alycia Debnam-Carey
    Alycia Jasmin Debnam-Carey is an Australian actress, best known for her role as Commander Lexa in The CW series The 100 and her portrayal of Alicia Clark on the AMC series Fear the Walking Dead.
  • Alyssa McClelland Alyssa McClelland
    Alyssa McClelland is an Australian director, writer and actor.
  • Amanda Douge
    Amanda Douge is an Australian actress, best known from a range of television and feature film roles.
  • Andrea Demetriades
    Andrea Demetriades is an Australian actress known for her television, theatre and film roles.
  • Angela Keep
    Angela Keep is an Australian actress.
  • Angela Punch McGregor
    Angela Punch McGregor is an Australian stage and film actress.
  • Angie Milliken
    Angie Milliken is an Australian actress.
  • Angourie Rice
    Angourie Rice is an Australian film actress known for her lead roles in These Final Hours and The Nice Guys, as well as her supporting role in Sofia Coppola's 2017 version of Thomas P. Cullinan's The Beguiled.
  • Anna Galvin Anna Galvin
    Anna Galvin is an Australian actress. Her roles include Lex Luthor's assistant, Gina, in Smallville, and Lavender Eyes in Tin Man. She also played Lady Marion Fitzwalter in the first season of the TV series The New Adventures of Robin Hood in 1997.
  • Anna Lise Phillips
    Anna Lise Phillips is an Australian actress. Her first major film role was in The Boys shortly followed by Envy for which she was nominated for an AFI for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film.
  • Anna McGahan Anna McGahan
    Anna McGahan is an Australian actress and playwright, who has mainly appeared in Australian television programs and short films. She is best known for playing the role of Nellie Cameron in the Australian television series, ' in 2011, and Lucy in House Husbands.
  • Anna Skellern
    Anna Skellern is a United Kingdom-based Australian actress, best known as the first female member of The Chaser's television programme CNNNN.
  • Anna Torv
    Anna Torv is an Australian actress known for her role as FBI agent Olivia Dunham on the Fox television series Fringe.
  • Anne Haddy Anne Haddy
    Anne Haddy, was an Australian actress, who worked in all facets of the industry including radio, stage, television and film, she was best known for her television soap roles as Rosie Andrews on Sons and Daughters and matriarch Helen Daniels in the long-running Australian soap opera, Neighbours.
  • Anne Scott-Pendlebury
    Anne Scott-Pendlebury is an Australian television and film actress, who played the role of Hilary Robinson in the soap opera, Neighbours during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
  • Anne Tenney
    Anne Tenney is an Australian film, television and theatre actress, probably best known for her role as Melissa "Molly" Jones in the television drama A Country Practice, Liz Taylor in Always Greener and Sal Kerrigan opposite Michael Caton in the major hit film The Castle.
  • Annette Melton Annette Melton
    Annette Melton is an Australian actress, television presenter and model. She has appeared in a US Discovery Channel series about female killers, Deadly Women; in a series 6 episode as Regina DeFrancisco and in a series 8 episode as Gaile Owens.
  • Annette Shun Wah
    Annette Shun Wah is a prominent figure in the Australian media, but particularly in television, film and radio. Shun Wah was born in Cairns, Queensland of Chinese ancestry.
  • Annie Byron
    Annie Byron is an AFI Award-winning Australian film, stage, and television actor best known for Wolf Creek 2, Fran, Muriel's Wedding, and Doing Time for Patsy Cline.
  • Ann Richards (actress) Ann Richards (actress)
    Ann Richards was an Australian actress and author, who achieved notability in a series of 1930s Australian films for Ken G. Hall as Shirley Ann Richards before moving to the United States, where she continued her career as a film actress, mainly as an MGM starlet.
  • Antoinette Byron
    Antoinette Byron is an Australian actress best known for such television series as Women in Prison, Melrose Place, and for portraying the characters Skye Chandler on the soap opera All My Children and the role of Natalie Nash on the Australian soap opera Home and Away, Byron was cast in the role...
  • Anya Beyersdorf Anya Beyersdorf
    Anya Beyersdorf is an Australian actress-turned-writer/director born in Armidale, New South Wales. In 2014 she won an AWGIE Award - the Monte Miller Award for her screenplay Paradise at the Australian Writer's Guild Awards.
  • Ashleigh Cummings
    Ashleigh Cummings is an Australian actress. She was born in Saudi Arabia and moved to Australia with her family when she was twelve. Cummings joined a performing arts school where she learned dance and acting, before appearing in Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance in 2007.
  • Ashley Cheadle
    Ashley Cheadle is an Australian actress, surfer and singer, who now lives in Australia.
  • Barbara Angell
    Barbara Angell – also known as Barb Angell and sometimes wrongly credited as Barbara Angel – was Australia's first female television comedy writer-entertainer. She was born in Melbourne on 6 March 1935 and educated at Presbyterian Ladies' College.
  • Barbara Frawley
    Barbara Anne Frawley was an Australian character actress and voice artist.
  • Belinda Bauer (actress)
    Belinda Bauer is a retired Australian actress and working psychologist whose film career spanned the 1980s and 1990s. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
  • Belinda Emmett
    Belinda Jane Emmett was an Australian actress and singer. She was best known for her roles in the TV drama series Home and Away and All Saints as well as comedy Hey Dad..!. She was married to comedian and media personality Rove McManus.
  • Belinda McClory
    Belinda McClory is an Australian film, television and stage actress, mainly known for her role in The Matrix.
  • Bella Heathcote Bella Heathcote
    Isabella Heathcote is an Australian actress. She began her acting career in 2008. The following year, she had a recurring role as Amanda Fowler on the television soap opera Neighbours.
  • Benita Collings
    Benita Collings is an Australian television and film actress and television presenter. Collings is best known for her long running stint as a presenter for Play School on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Betty Bryant
    Betty Bryant was an Australian actress best known for playing the lead in Forty Thousand Horsemen.
  • Betty Lucas
    Betty Helen Lucas, also known as Betty Lucas Peterson, born in Coogee, New South Wales, born to Walter Lucas and Marion Gibson, she was an Australian actress and theatre director, best known for her numerous roles on television.
  • Betty McDowall
    Betty McDowall was an Australian film and television actress. She was born in Sydney, New South Wales in 1924.
  • Betty Stockfeld
    Betty Stockfeld was an Australian film actress. She appeared mostly in British and French films.
  • Bianca Chiminello
    Bianca Chiminello is an Australian model and actress best known for her role as "Jenavian Charto" on the television series Farscape. Chiminello's breakout film performance is in the December 2008 release of David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett.
  • Billie Hammerberg
    Billie Lorraine Hammerberg was an Australian actress, best known of the roles on television and film Billie Lorraine Hammerberg was an Australian actress best known for her role in the television series Prisoner as May Collins.
  • Bojana Novakovic Bojana Novakovic
    Bojana Novakovic is a Serbian-Australian actress.
  • Bonnie Piesse Bonnie Piesse
    Bonnie Piesse is an Australian actress and singer/songwriter.
  • Bonnie Sveen
    Bonnie Sveen is an Australian actress. She began her acting career at the Huon Valley Theatre Company, before attending the National Institute of Dramatic Art. In 2010, Sveen starred in the multi-story drama film Before the Rain and made a guest appearance in the soap opera Home and Away.
  • Bree Robertson Bree Robertson
    Bree Robertson is an actress, fashion model and contortionist who represented Australia in rhythmic gymnastics and was one of the country's top elite international gymnasts.
  • Bridget Walters
    Bridget Walters is an Australian actress and veteran member of the State Theatre Company of South Australia where she has performed in productions of Macbeth, Noises Off, Uncle Vanya and The Cripple of Inishmaan. Her brother is Sam Walters.
  • Briony Behets
    Briony Behets is an English-Australian actress who found fame acting in Australian soap operas of the 1970s.
  • Brittany Byrnes
    Brittany Byrnes is an Australian actress. Her most notable acting role has been Natasha Green in the 2005 TV film Little Oberon.
  • Brooke Harman
    Brooke Harman-Walker is an American-born Australian actress.
  • Caitlin Hill Caitlin Hill
    Caitlin Alexandra Hill is an Australian YouTube personality under the name TheHill88. She produces, edits and uploads her videos from her home in Brisbane, and since 2008 from New York City.
  • Camilla Ah Kin
    Camilla Ah Kin is an Australian actress known for her work on Holding the Man, Ali & the Ball and Going Home, and most recently Channel 9 Comedy series Here Come the Habibs.
  • Candy Raymond
    Candida "Candy" Raymond is an Australian actress of film and television during the 1970s and early 1980s. She attended St Ives High School in Sydney.
  • Carmen Duncan
    Carmen Joan Duncan is an Australian actress. She was nominated for the AFI Award for Best Actress for the 1980 film Harlequin. Her other film appearances include Touch and Go Turkey Shoot and Now and Forever.
  • Carol Burns
    Carol Ann Burns was an Australian actress, director and patron of the arts. She worked extensively in film, television and theatre in Australia and the United Kingdom. In Australia she was a founding member of the Queensland Theatre Company.
  • Carole Skinner
    Carole Skinner is an Australian actress who works mainly in the theatre and at times in long-running television soap operas and films.
  • Caroline Brazier
    Caroline Brazier is an Australian actress who is best known for the role of Chrissy Merchant in Packed to the Rafters and the starring roles of Veronica Johnson and her twin sister Betti in the children's television series Parallax.
  • Caroline Correa
    Caroline Correa is a Brazilian model film and stage actress.
  • Caroline O'Connor (actress) Caroline O'Connor (actress)
    Caroline Ann O'Connor is an Anglo-Australian singer, dancer and actress.
  • Cassandra Harris
    Sandra Colleen Waites known professionally as Cassandra Harris, was an Australian actress.
  • Cassandra Magrath
    Cassandra Magrath is an Australian actress. She played Miranda Gibson in the Australian ABC 1998–2000 television series SeaChange and Liz Hunter in the 2005 Australian horror film Wolf Creek.
  • Cassandra Webb
    Cassandra Webb is an Australian/American actress. She grew up in Sausalito, California and Moree, New South Wales, graduating in Slavic Language and Literature from the University of California, Berkeley.
  • Cate Blanchett Cate Blanchett
    Catherine Elise "Cate" Blanchett is an Australian actress and theatre director. She has received international acclaim and many accolades, including two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, three BAFTA Awards, six AACTA Awards, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards.
  • Cate Blanchett on screen and stage
    The following is a list of screen and stage credits by Australian actress Cate Blanchett. Blanchett has appeared in over 50 films and over 20 theatre productions.
  • Catherine Mack-Hancock Catherine Mack-Hancock
    Catherine Mack-Hancock is an Australian actress.
  • Catherine McClements
    Catherine McClements is an Australian actress.
  • Catherine Sutherland
    Catherine Jane Sutherland is an Australian actress. She is known for her portrayal of Kat Hillard, the second Pink Power Ranger and later, the Pink Zeo Ranger and the first Pink Turbo Ranger in the Power Rangers television series.
  • Catherine Terracini
    Catherine Terracini is an Australian actress born in Lake Como, Italy. She is the daughter of opera singer Lyndon Terracini and arts administrator Elizabeth Terracini.
  • Cathy Godbold
    Catherine "Cathy" Godbold is an Australian actress. She is best known for her role as Deborah Hale Regnery on "The Saddle Club". In May 2007 after "The Saddle Club" was picked up for a third season Cathy was diagnosed with brain cancer. She had the tumor removed and began chemotherapy.
  • Cecily Polson
    Cecily Polson, is an Australian actress, known for her role as Martha O'Dare in the television series E Street in which she appeared for its four-year run from the pilot in 1989 to 1994.
  • Celia Ireland Celia Ireland
    Celia Ireland is an Australian actress. She is best known for her role as Regina Butcher on the television series All Saints and her Logie award winning role as Liz Birdsworth on the prison drama series Wentworth.
  • Chantelle Barry Chantelle Barry
    Chantelle Barry is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress from Perth, best known for being in the original line up of girl group Bardot. She left the group suddenly, only weeks after the group was formed on the first series of the Australian version of Popstars.
  • Cheryl Rixon Cheryl Rixon
    Cheryl Rixon is an Australian actress and model. She was chosen as a Penthouse Pet of the Month in 1977 and later as Pet of the Year in 1979. Rixon now lives in the US and designs jewelry which she sells under the name of 'Royal Order'.
  • Chloe Dallimore Chloe Dallimore
    Chloe Dallimore is an Australian actor, singer and dancer, best known for performances in musical theatre.
  • Cindy Nelson (actress)
    Cindy Nelson is a Brisbane-based actor best known for playing the lead role in the 2010 film Jucy, which was partly based on the real-life friendship between herself and co-star Francesca Gasteen. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
  • Claire Holt Claire Holt
    Claire Rhiannon Holt is an Australian actress, known for her roles as Kate in the 2017 survival horror film 47 Meters Down, Emma on the television show H2O: Just Add Water, Samara Cook in Pretty Little Liars, and Rebekah Mikaelson on The CW series The Vampire Diaries and its spin-off series The...
  • Claire Ruiz
    Claire Ruiz Hartell also known for her screen name Claire Ruiz is an actress and model, best known for her roles in the television series Be Careful with my Heart as Joey Acosta, Beki Boxer as Venus, and in Kapitan Awesome as Claire Net. She is an actress and talent of ABS-CBN's Star Magic.
  • Claire van der Boom Claire van der Boom
    Claire van der Boom is a Logie Award winning Australian film, television and theatre actress of Dutch ancestry. Internationally, she is best known for her appearance as Stella in the HBO miniseries The Pacific, and her recurring role playing the ex-wife of Det.
  • Clare Bowen Clare Bowen
    Clare Maree Bowen is an Australian actress and singer, best known for her role as Scarlett O'Connor in the ABC/CMT musical-drama television series Nashville.
  • Clare Dunne
    Clare Dunne OAM is an Irish-born Australian actress, author, lecturer and broadcaster. Her first name is also found as Claire.
  • Clarissa Kaye
    Clarissa Kaye was an Australian stage, film and television actress. She was the second wife of the British actor James Mason. After her marriage, she was often known as Clarissa Kaye-Mason.
  • Claudia Black Claudia Black
    Claudia Lee Black is an Australian actress and voice actress, known for her portrayals of Aeryn Sun in the science fiction series Farscape and Vala Mal Doran in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, as well as Sharon "Shazza" Montgomery in the film Pitch Black.
  • Claudia Karvan Claudia Karvan
    Claudia Karvan is an Australian actress, best known for her roles in the television series The Secret Life of Us and Love My Way. She was also a producer and writer on Love My Way.
  • Coby Connell
    Coby Connell is an Australian actress. Coby Connell is known for Almost, The Big Squeeze and Packed to the Rafters.
  • Colette Mann
    Colette Mann is an Australian actress, singer, choreographer and author/writer who plays bartender Sheila Canning in Neighbours, she remains best known most for playing the role of Doreen Burns in the Australian series Prisoner.
  • Colleen Clifford
    Irene Margaret Clifford, professionally known as Colleen Clifford, was a British-born performer, in radio, stage, television and film as an actress, dancer, comedian, theatre director and producer and singer and classical pianist who was a specialist in voice production, drama and music.
  • Constance Worth Constance Worth
    Constance Worth was an Australian actress who became a Hollywood star in the late 1930s.
  • Coral Browne Coral Browne
    Coral Edith Browne was an Australian-American stage and screen actress. Her extensive theatre credits included Broadway productions of Macbeth, The Rehearsal and The Right Honourable Gentleman. She won the 1984 BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for the BBC TV film An Englishman Abroad.
  • Courtney Eaton
    Courtney Eaton is an Australian film actress and model. She is known for her role as Cheedo the Fragile in the 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road and as Zaya in the 2016 film Gods of Egypt.
  • Daisy Masterman
    Daisy Masterman is an Australian actress.
  • Dana Rosendorff Dana Rosendorff
    Dana Rosendorff is an Australian actress.
  • Daniela Farinacci
    Daniela Farinacci is an Australian actress of Italian descent, who has many television, film and theatre credits.
  • Danielle Carter (actress)
    Danielle Carter is an Australian actress. She has acted in a number of popular television shows, films and plays.
  • Danielle Catanzariti
    Danielle Catanzariti is an Australian actress and stage actress. She is best known for her role as the title character in the 2008 film Hey, Hey, It's Esther Blueburger.
  • Danielle Macdonald
    Danielle Louise Macdonald is an Australian actress.
  • Danielle Spencer (Australian singer) Danielle Spencer (Australian singer)
    Danielle Spencer is an Australian actress, singer and songwriter.
  • Danielle Spencer (singer)
    Danielle Spencer is an Australian actress, singer and songwriter.
  • Dannii Minogue Dannii Minogue
    Dannii Minogue is an Australian singer, dancer, songwriter, model, fashion designer, and actress.
  • Daphne Pollard
    Daphne Pollard was an Australian-born vaudeville performer and dancer, active on stage and later in US films, mostly short comedies.
  • Darcey Wilson
    Darcey Elizabeth Wilson is an Australian actress who has been in Australian movies, television, and short films. Some of her main roles are: Eloise Page in Home and Away, and Melly in Flammable Children. She is the daughter of actress Genevieve Lemon.
  • Dasi Ruz
    Dasi Ruz is an Australian actress who has been in several films and television shows.
  • Dawn Lake
    Dawn Alice Lake was an Australian television comedian, singer, entertainer, and actor whose career spanned more than four decades. Bert Newton described her as "our greatest comedienne - Australia's Lucille Ball". She was particularly associated in show business with her husband Bobby Limb.
  • Deborah Kennedy
    Deborah Kennedy is an Australian character actress recognised for several television and film roles, and for her appearance in advertisement.
  • Deborah Mailman Deborah Mailman
    Deborah Jane Mailman, is an Australian television film actress, and singer. She was the first Aboriginal actress to win the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and had gone on to win four more both in television and film. The awards are now known as the AACTA Awards.
  • Deborra-Lee Furness Deborra-Lee Furness
    Deborra-Lee Furness is an Australian actress and producer. She is married to the Australian actor Hugh Jackman.
  • Delta Goodrem Delta Goodrem
    Delta Lea Goodrem is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress. Born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales, she enrolled in dancing, acting, singing and piano classes at a young age.
  • Delvene Delaney
    Delvene Delaney is an Australian actress and television presenter.
  • Demi Harman Demi Harman
    Demi Renee Harman is an Australian actress and television presenter. She is perhaps best known for her role as Sasha Bezmel in Home and Away. She was a contestant on the first series of Celebrity Splash!.
  • Dena Kaplan Dena Kaplan
    Dena Amy Kaplan is a South African-born Australian actress, singer dancer, and DJ. She is known for her role as Abigail Armstrong in Dance Academy.
  • Deni Gordon
    Deni Gordon is an American-born Australian actress and performer. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Gordon is the daughter of African-American parents and moved to Australia in 1969 to star in the musical Hair with longtime friend and fellow cast member Marcia Hines.
  • Denise Drysdale
    Denise Anne Christina Drysdale is an Australian twice-awarded Gold Logie winning television personality presenter, dancer and comedian. She is often affectionately known as Ding Dong, a nickname invented by fellow performer Ernie Sigley. She is currently a co-host of the morning show Studio 10.
  • Denise Roberts
    Denise Roberts is an Australian actress and director who has worked in theatre, film and television since 1980. She gained initial fame when she played Julie Winters in the ABC-TV medical drama G.P. from 1989 to 1996. Denise's mentor was Hayes Gordon, with whom she studied solidly for three years.
  • Diana Glenn Diana Glenn
    Diana Glenn is an Australian actress with many credits in television, movies and theatre.
  • Diane Cilento Diane Cilento
    Diane Cilento was an Australian theatre and film actress and author.
  • Dichen Lachman Dichen Lachman
    Dichen Lachman is a Nepali-born Australian actress and producer of German and Tibetan descent. She appeared in the soap opera Neighbours as Katya Kinski and in Joss Whedon's science fiction drama television series Dollhouse as Sierra.
  • Dinka Džubur
    Dinka Džubur is a Croatian-born Australian actress, model and filmmaker. She is known for her work in the Golden Globe winning HBO television series True Blood, and films Battle of the Sexes and Turkey Shoot.
  • Doris Fitton
    Dame Doris Alice Lucy Walkden Fitton, DBE was an Australian actress of stage and film and theatrical director and producer who founded and for 35 years headed Sydney's Independent Theatre, staging a diverse range of local and international dramas, many for the first time in Australia, including...
  • Doris Younane
    Doris Younane is an Australian stage and screen actress notable for her role in McLeod's Daughters where she plays Moira Doyle.
  • Dorothy Alison
    Dorothy Alison was an Australian stage, film and television actress.
  • Dorothy Gordon (actor)
    Dorothy Hetty Fosbery Jenner, also known as Dorothy Gordon was an Australian actress, journalist, and radio broadcaster. She worked as an actress in Hollywood, played the lead in the Australian film Hills of Hate and did art direction on For the Term of His Natural Life.
  • Elena Carapetis Elena Carapetis
    Elena Carapetis is an Australian actress and writer, best known for her role as Jackie Kassis in Heartbreak High, as well as numerous other television series and theatre roles.
  • Elise Lamb
    Rebecca Elise Lamb, known professionally as Elise Lamb, is an Australian actress, dancer, director and writer. She is known for her portrayal of Zelda Fitzgerald in the Australian premiere of William Luce's one-woman play The Last Flapper. She is a recipient of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Award.
  • Elissa Sursara Elissa Sursara
    Elissa Sursara is an Australian conservationist. She has taken part in two Sea Shepherd campaigns as a crew member. Since September 2015 she has been an occasional contributor on environmental issues to The Huffington Post Australia.
  • Elizabeth Alexander (actress)
    Elizabeth Alexander is an Australian actress, director and teacher with a number of high-profile credits in film, television and theatre.
  • Elizabeth Debicki Elizabeth Debicki
    Elizabeth Debicki is an Australian actress.
  • Eliza Szonert
    Eliza Szonert is an Australian actress.
  • Elke Neidhardt
    Elke Cordelia Neidhardt AM was a German Australian actress and opera and theatre director. She appeared in theatre, television and feature films in Germany, Austria, France and Australia, and directed operas in Zurich, Amsterdam, Aix-en-Provence, Salzburg, Vienna, Cologne and Australia.
  • Ella Scott Lynch
    Ella Scott Lynch is an Australian actress. Her highest profile role is Shirley Ryan in the series Love Child.
  • Elle Dawe
    Elle Dawe is an Australian film and television actress, comedian and model.
  • Elle Macpherson Elle Macpherson
    Elle Macpherson is an Australian model, businesswoman, television host and actress. She is well known for her record five cover appearances for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue beginning in the 1980s, leading to her nickname The Body.
  • Elsa Chauvel Elsa Chauvel
    Elsa Chauvel, OBE was an Australian filmmaker and actress, and the wife and collaborator of film director Charles Chauvel.
  • Elsa Granger
    Elsa Granger was an Australian actress who studied acting with P.J. Ramster and appeared in several of his films. She was a member of Sydney society and frequently appeared in the society columns. She travelled to Hollywood in 1922 but did not have much success.
  • Elspeth Ballantyne
    Elspeth Ballantyne is an Australian actress known in theatre, film and television, she is perhaps best known for her soap opera roles as firm but compassionate prison officer Meg Jackson later Meg Morris in the international cult hit soap opera Prisoner, better known as Prisoner: Cell Block H in...
  • Emelia Burns
    Emelia Jane Burns is an Australian actress, who has had roles in films and television series.
  • Emilie de Ravin
    Emilie de Ravin is an Australian actress. She has played Tess Harding on Roswell and Claire Littleton on the ABC drama Lost. In 2012 she guest-starred as Belle Gold on the ABC drama Once Upon a Time and became a series regular beginning with season two.
  • Emily Browning Emily Browning
    Emily Jane Browning is an Australian actress and singer.
  • Emma Booth (actress) Emma Booth (actress)
    Emma Booth is an Australian model and actress from Perth in Western Australia. The former teen model and TV star played a significant role in the 2007 film Introducing the Dwights, opposite Brenda Blethyn.
  • Emma Brown Garett
    Emma Brown Garrett is an Australian born actress who is working in Indian Bollywood and Bengali movies. She made her Asian film debut in the Bengali movie Shukno Lanka. Her Bollywood movies are Yamala Pagla Deewana and Dum Maro Dum. She speaks Hindi, Urdu and Russian.
  • Emma Hamilton (actress)
    Emma Hamilton is an Australian-born British film, television and theatre actress and graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
  • Emma Lung Emma Lung
    Emma Lung is an Australian actress.
  • Ena Gregory
    Ena Gregory was an Australian born actress who achieved fame in Hollywood in the 1920s.
  • Enid Bennett Enid Bennett
    Enid Eulalie Bennett was an Australian silent film actress, mostly active in American film.
  • Esma Cannon
    Esma Ellen Charlotte Littman, credited as Esme or Esma Cannon, was a diminutive Australian-born character actress and comedian, who moved to Britain in the early 1930s.
  • Esme Melville
    Esme Melville was an Australian theatre, television and film actress. At the Tropfest awards for 2003 she won Best Actor – Female for her role of Granma in the short film, Forbidden.
  • Essie Davis
    Esther "Essie" Davis is an Australian actress. She is best known for her roles as Phryne Fisher in Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and Amelia Vanek in The Babadook.
  • Estelle Asmodelle Estelle Asmodelle
    Estelle Asmodelle, formerly known as Estelle Maria Croot, is an Australian model, belly dancer, musician, activist, inventor, abstract artist and academic.
  • Ethel Knight Kelly
    Ethel Knight Kelly was a Canadian–Australian actress and writer. She appeared in a number of plays and wrote four books.
  • Eva Lazzaro
    Eva Lazzaro in Melbourne, is an Australian actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles as Caylin-Calandria in the 2006 film Jindabyne and Stacey in the 2009 film Blessed.
  • Eve Morey
    Eve Morey is an Australian actress best known for playing Sonya Mitchell in the soap opera Neighbours.
  • Everlyn Sampi Everlyn Sampi
    Evelyn Lee Marie Sampi, known professionally as Everlyn Sampi, is an Australian actress. She is of Bardi Australian Aboriginal and Scottish descent. She starred in the 2002 film Rabbit-Proof Fence, and won the 4th Annual Lexus Inside Film Awards for Best Actress on 6 November 2002.
  • Eve von Bibra
    Eve Sarah von Bibra is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress. From 1986 to 1991, she was a member of the pop group, Chantoozies, as one of four female lead vocalists. She co-wrote their hit, "Wanna Be Up", which peaked in the top 10 on the ARIA Singles Chart in July 1988.
  • Felicity Andersen
    Felicity Andersen is an Australian actress. Born in Geelong, she has appeared in such films as Trail of Passion, Queen of the Damned and in the television series Neighbours and the miniseries My Brother Jack and Blonde.
  • Felicity Mason Felicity Mason
    Felicity Mason is an Australian actress, writer and visual artist. She has starred in two major film roles, in 2002 and 2003.
  • Fiona Ruttelle
    Fiona Ruttelle is an Australian actress, singer, model and artist. She received an AFI Award nomination for "Best Actress in a Lead Role" for her role in the Richard Lowenstein directed movie Say a Little Prayer.
  • Francesca Gasteen
    Francesca Gasteen is a Brisbane-based actress best known for playing the lead role in the 2010 film Jucy, which was partly based on the real-life friendship between herself and co-star Cindy Nelson. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
  • Frances O'Connor
    Frances Ann O'Connor is an English-born Australian actress. She is best known for her roles in the films Mansfield Park, Bedazzled, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Timeline.
  • Freya Stafford Freya Stafford
    Freya Stafford is an Australian actress who has appeared in the television programs Head Start and White Collar Blue as central characters.
  • Gabrielle Fitzpatrick
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  • Gabrielle Miller (Australian actress)
    Gabrielle Miller is an Australian actress, performance artist, musician, tap dancer, clown, mime and puppeteer who has gained a cult following in her commercial persona as the "Trivago Girl" in advertisements for the German-based hotel website Trivago which are seen in Australia, New Zealand...
  • Gemma Ward Gemma Ward
    Gemma Louise Ward is an Australian fashion model and actress. Born in Perth, Western Australia, Ward was first scouted at the age of 14, and made her Australian Fashion Week debut aged 15.
  • Genevieve Lemon
    Genevieve Lemon is an Australian singer and actress who has appeared in a number of soap operas. Her best known roles are as Zelda Baker in The Young Doctors, Marlene "Rabbit" Warren in Prisoner and Brenda Riley in Neighbours.
  • Gennie Nevinson
    Gennie Nevinson is an Australian actress. She's notable for her appearances in Muriel's Wedding and in the first two series of Minder, in the part of Terry's girlfriend Penny.
  • Georgia Flood
    Georgia Flood is an Australian film, television and theatre actress. After studying at the L'École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris and the 16th Street Actors Studio in Melbourne, Flood made her stage debut in a production of Blackbird.
  • Georgia van Cuylenburg Georgia van Cuylenburg
    Georgia van Cuylenburg is an Australian actress and voice actress. Originally from Melbourne, Australia she moved to Los Angeles in 2005 to pursue her career in entertainment.
  • Georgie Parker
    Georgie Parker is a two-time Gold Logie award-winning Australian television actress and has also appeared in film and theatre. She is best known for her acting roles in soap opera as Lucy Gardiner in A Country Practice, Theresa "Terri" Sullivan in All Saints and Ruth "Roo" Stewart in Home and Away.
  • Georgii Speakman
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  • Georgina Haig Georgina Haig
    Michelle Georgina Haig is an Australian film and television actress, known for her roles in the Australian children's television series The Elephant Princess, as well as the American television series Fringe and Once Upon a Time.
  • Geraldine Hakewill
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  • Geraldine Turner
    Geraldine Gail Turner OAM is an Australian actress and singer. She has been a leading performer in Australian musical theatre since the 1970s, and has also been active in plays, recordings, film and television.
  • Gerda Nicolson
    Gerda Maureen Nicolson was an Australian theatre and television actress best known for several long-running television roles.
  • Gia Carides
    Gia Carides is an Australian actress. She is best known for her portrayals of Liz Holt in Strictly Ballroom, Susy Connor in Brilliant Lies, and Cousin Nikki in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
  • Giang Le-Huy
    Giang Le-Huy was born in Saigon, South Vietnam. Giang left her homeland in 1975. She then lived in various countries before settling in Australia. She has been living in South Australia since 1985.
  • Gillian Alexy
    Gillian Alexy is an Australian actress. She is best known for her roles as Tayler Geddes on McLeod's Daughters, Gitta Novak on Damages, and G'Winveer Farrell on Outsiders.
  • Gillian Jones
    Gillian Jones is an Australian actress from Newcastle, New South Wales who is best known for appearances in Twelfth Night, Oscar and Lucinda, Last Train to Freo and the role of Di Paige in the television series Love My Way.
  • Glen Alyn
    Glen Alyn was an Australian actress who appeared in a number of British films during the 1930s.
  • Gosia Dobrowolska Gosia Dobrowolska
    Gosia Dobrowolska, real name Małgorzata Dobrowolska, is a Polish-born Australian actress.
  • Grace Huang Grace Huang
    Grace Huang is an Australian actress, of Cantonese descent, best known for her role as the Gemini Female in the RZA directed martial arts film, The Man with the Iron Fists. Huang also starred as Mei Chen in the pilot for the 2013 CBS TV series Intelligence.
  • Gracie Otto Gracie Otto
    Gracie Otto is a film director who made her feature-length directing debut with the 2013 documentary The Last Impresario about prolific British theatre impresario and film producer Michael White. The film made its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in October 2013.
  • Greta Scacchi Greta Scacchi
    Greta Scacchi is an Italian-Australian actress known for her roles in the films White Mischief, Presumed Innocent, The Player and Looking for Alibrandi. She won an Emmy Award in 1996 for her portrayal of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna of Russia in the television film, '.
  • Gwen Gaze
    Alta Gwendolyn "Gwen" Gaze was an American-based film actress, born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. One best-known roles may have been opposite John Wayne in the 1937 film I Cover the War, which was her first film appearance.
  • Hanna Mangan-Lawrence
    Hanna Mangan-Lawrence is a British-Australian actress, best known in Australia for her role as Holly in the drama series Bed of Roses, for which she received an AFI Award nomination in 2008 and a Logie Award nomination in 2009, and internationally as Seppia in the Starz historical drama '.
  • Hayley McElhinney
    Hayley McElhinney is an Australian actress.
  • Heather Mitchell
    Heather Mitchell is an Australian actress, appearing in Australian productions of Stage, television and film. She is a graduate of NIDA. She is best known as the lead-actress in the 1990s television show – Spellbinder.
  • Hélène Joy
    Hélène Joy is an Australian Canadian television, stage and film actress from Perth, Australia. She is best known for her work in the television series Durham County and Murdoch Mysteries.
  • Helen Morse
    Helen Morse is an English-born Australian actress who has appeared in films, on television and on stage. She won the AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the 1976 film Caddie, and starred in the 1981 miniseries A Town Like Alice.
  • Helen Reddy Helen Reddy
    Helen Maxine Lamond Reddy is an Australian singer, actress and activist. In the 1970s, she enjoyed international success, especially in the United States, where she placed 15 singles in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Holly Brisley Holly Brisley
    Holly Brisley is an Australian actress and television presenter. She began her career at the age of 17 on Agro's Cartoon Connection and more recently portrayed Amanda Vale-Baker on Home and Away. Her most successful film roles include Garage Days and The Crop.
  • Holly Valance Holly Valance
    Holly Rachel Candy, known professionally as Holly Valance, is an Australian actress, singer and model. Valance began her career as Felicity Scully on the Australian soap opera Neighbours. In 2002, she released her first album Footprints which included the single "Kiss Kiss".
  • Imogen Annesley
    Imogen Annesley is an Australian actress and director who is perhaps best known for her performances in the films Playing Beatie Bow, Howling III: The Marsupials and Queen of the Damned.
  • Irene Chen
    Irene Chen is an Australian actress based in Melbourne. At age seventeen, she starred in her first feature film, The Home Song Stories, alongside Joan Chen, Joel Lok, Qi Yu Wu, Steven Vidler and Kerry Walker.
  • Isabella Dunwill
    Isabella Dunwill is an Australian actress best known for her role in iconic Australian soap opera Neighbours.
  • Isabelle Cornish Isabelle Cornish
    Isabelle Cornish is an Australian actress known for her television roles, particularly in Puberty Blues, Home and Away and Dance Academy.
  • Isabel Lucas Isabel Lucas
    Isabel Lucas is an Australian actress. She is best known for her roles in Home and Away, ', Daybreakers, The Pacific, Immortals, and Red Dawn.
  • Isla Fisher Isla Fisher
    Isla Lang Fisher is an Australian actress. Born to Scottish parents in Oman, she moved to Australia at age 6. She appeared on the children's adventure series Bay Cove and the short-lived soap opera Paradise Beach, before playing Shannon Reed on the soap opera Home and Away.
  • Ivy Latimer
    Ivy Joy Latimer is an Australian actress best known for portraying Nixie on the TV series '.
  • Jacinda Barrett Jacinda Barrett
    Jacinda Barrett, an Australian-American actress and former model, first became known to audiences as a cast member on The Real World: London before appearing in films such as The Human Stain, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Ladder 49, The Namesake, Poseidon, and The Last Kiss.
  • Jacinta John Jacinta John
    Jacinta John is an Australian actress, producer and director. She is best known for her performance as Miss Casewell in the 60th Diamond Anniversary tour of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, which played to an audience of over 150,000 people across Australasia.
  • Jacki Weaver Jacki Weaver
    Jacqueline Ruth "Jacki" Weaver, AO is an Australian theatre, film, and television actress. She is known internationally for her performances in Animal Kingdom and Silver Linings Playbook, both of which earned her a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
  • Jacqueline McKenzie Jacqueline McKenzie
    Jacqueline Susan McKenzie is a classically trained Australian actress of stage and screen.
  • Jacqui Maxwell
    Jacqui Maxwell is an Australian actress.
  • Jad Capelja
    Jad Capelja was an Australian actress best known for her role in the 1981 teen film Puberty Blues, based upon the novel of the same name. She also played the female leading role in Scott Hicks's road film Freedom, the first feature film to be written and directed entirely by South Australians.
  • Jane Hall (actress)
    Jane Hall is an Australian actress, comedian, writer and presenter.
  • Jane Kennedy (actress) Jane Kennedy (actress)
    Jane Kennedy is an Australian actress, comedian, radio presenter, and television producer best known for her work with Working Dog Productions –a group of performers responsible for a variety of television and films.
  • Jane Menelaus
    Jane Menelaus is an Australian actress who trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England.
  • Janet Ramsey Johnson
    Janet Johnson, Lady Birkin was an Australian born actress who briefly achieved fame on stage and in films in Australia and Britain before marrying British gothic novelist Charles Birkin in 1940.
  • Janis McGavin
    Janis McGavin is an Australian actress and comedy performer, best known for her roles in the popular television series Comedy Inc and Balls of Steel Australia.
  • Jaymee Ong
    Jaymee Ong is an Australian model and actress. She is currently the co-host of The Contender Asia and the host of AXN's eBuzz in Singapore.
  • Jean Hatton
    Jean Hatton was an Australian singer and actor who was under contract to Cinesound Productions in the 1930s. She was discovered in a Deanna Durbin talent quest and cast as Cecil Kellaway's daughter in Mr. Chedworth Steps Out, singing several songs. She was subsequently cast in Come Up Smiling.
  • Jeanie Drynan
    Jeanie Drynan is an Australian film and television actress well known for her roles in the television series Class of '74 and in the 1994 film Muriel's Wedding. She is best known to international viewers for her role of solicitor, Angela Jeffries in the cult classic, Prisoner Cell Block H.
  • Jean Kittson Jean Kittson
    Jean Kittson is an Australian performer, writer and comedian in theatre and print, on radio and television. She made her comedy debut at Melbourne's comedy venue Le Joke in a series of solo performances, and then in the stage version of Let The Blood Run Free.
  • Jennifer Kent
    Jennifer Kent is an Australian actress, writer and director, best known for her horror film The Babadook, which was her directorial debut. She is currently filming her second film, The Nightingale.
  • Jennifer Nairn-Smith
    Jennifer Nairn-Smith is an Australian-born dancer, actress and choreographer. She appeared in the original Broadway productions of Follies and Pippin. Her film and TV appearances include All That Jazz, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Return to Eden.
  • Jentah Sobott
    Jentah Sobott is an Australian actress, best known for her recurring role in the cult television drama Prisoner as Heather "Mouse" Trapp. Jentah worked in theatre, before being given a role in prisoner initially as an extra, before becoming a regular cast member.
  • Jessica De Gouw
    Jessica Elise De Gouw, sometimes credited as Jess De Gouw, is an Australian actress. She is known for her role as Helena Bertinelli/The Huntress in the television series Arrow, as Mina Murray in the NBC TV series, Dracula and as Elizabeth Hawkes in the WGN series, Underground.
  • Jessica Howes
    Jessica Howes is an Australian actress.
  • Jessica Marais
    Jessica Dominique Marais is an Australian actress best known for her roles on Australian television in Packed to the Rafters and Love Child. She also co-starred on the American drama series Magic City.
  • Jessica Mauboy Jessica Mauboy
    Jessica Hilda Mauboy is an Australian R&B and pop singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Darwin, Northern Territory, Mauboy rose to fame in 2006 on the fourth season of Australian Idol; she became the runner-up and subsequently signed a recording contract with Sony Music Australia.
  • Jessica McNamee Jessica McNamee
    Jessica McNamee is an Australian actress. McNamee rose to fame playing roles in the Seven Network television programmes Home and Away and Packed to the Rafters. McNamee went on to film roles after leaving the latter.
  • Jessica Tovey Jessica Tovey
    Jessica Tovey is an Australian actress. Tovey graduated from the Newtown High School of the Performing Arts and has made appearances for various drama companies. She is best known for her role of Belle Taylor on the long-running Australian soap opera Home and Away.
  • Joan Marion
    Joan Marion was an Australian-born stage, film and television actress.
  • Joanne Samuel
    Joanne Samuel is an Australian actress who is best known for her role as the screen wife of Mel Gibson's title character in the 1979 film Mad Max.
  • Joan Winfield
    Joan Winfield was an Australian-born actress and talented violinist, who appeared in Hollywood films in the 1940s, mostly in uncredited roles. She married director and writer John Meredyth Lucas in 1951.
  • Jo Kennedy
    Jo Kennedy is an Australian actress, singer, film director and screenwriter.
  • Jolene Anderson Jolene Anderson
    Jolene Anderson is an Australian actress and singer. In 2014, she joined the cast of Home and Away as newcomer Neive Devlin.
  • Jordana Beatty
    Jordana Lucille Beatty is an Australian teen actress and dancer, best known for playing the title role of Judy Moody in the feature film Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer.
  • Joy Dunstan
    Joy Dunstan is a retired Australian film and television actress. She is best remembered as the teenage star of Chris Löfvén's 1976 film Oz, a modern-day remake of the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, with Graham Matters, Bruce Spence, Gary Waddell, and Robin Ramsay.
  • Joy Westmore
    Joy Westmore is an Australian actress, best known to international television viewers for her long-running role in Prisoner - as friendly but highly ineffectual bespectacled officer Joyce Barry Pringle - in which she won a Penguin Award.
  • Jude Kuring
    Judith Kuring known as Jude Kuring is an Australian actress who appeared in film and television during the late 1970s and early 80s. She remains best known for her role as petty criminal Noeline Bourke in the soap opera Prisoner.
  • Judi Farr
    Judi Farr is a much awarded Australian actress of theatre, film and television best known for several situation comedy roles on Australian television. Farr has also appeared in Australian films such as December Boys.
  • Judith McGrath
    Judith McGrath is an Australian actress, best known for her television soap roles as Colleen Powell in Prisoner on Network Ten and Von Ryan in the medical drama All Saints on Network Seven.
  • Judy Davis Judy Davis
    Judith "Judy" Davis is an Australian actress. With a career spanning over 40 years she is commended for her versatility and is regarded as one of the finest actresses of her generation with Woody Allen describing her as "one of the most exciting actresses in the world".
  • Judy Morris
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  • Julie McGregor
    Julie Anne McGregor is an Australian television actor and comedian, noted for her roles in comedy. She is the sister of opera soprano Jennifer McGregor.
  • June Jago
    June Jago was an Australian-born actress.
  • Justine Saunders Justine Saunders
    Justine Florence Saunders, OAM was an Australian stage, film and television actress. She was a member of the Woppaburra indigenous people, from the Kanomie clan of Keppel Island in Queensland. She was born next to a railway track.
  • Karen Pang
    Karen Pang is an Australian actress of Chinese descent.
  • Karen Robson
    Karen Robson is a film financier, producer and actress, best known for her portrayal of the mysterious brunette Irma in Peter Weir's cult classic Picnic at Hanging Rock.
  • Kassandra Clementi
    Kassandra Clementi is an Australian actress. She is known for her role as Maddy Osborne on the Seven Network soap opera Home and Away a role she played for over three years from 2013-2016 after deciding to leave in May 2016.
  • Kate Atkinson (actress)
    Kate Atkinson is an Australian film, television and theatre actress. She is best known for her roles on television series SeaChange as police officer Karen Miller and Offspring as Renee. Since 2013 stars in Wentworth as Corrections officer, Vera Bennett.
  • Kate Beahan
    Kate Beahan is an Australian film actress.
  • Kate Fischer
    Katherine Helen "Kate" Fischer, now legally known as Tziporah Malkah bat Israel, is an Australian-American aged care worker, reality television cast member and former model and actress.
  • Kate Howarde
    Catherine Clarissa Howarde, better known as Kate Howarde, was a notable actor, playwright, producer and director. She was best known for her play Possum Paddock in 1919. The talented Howarde also played a part in numerous roles as playwright in over 10 plays from 1914-1938.
  • Katerina Kotsonis
    Katerina Kotsonis is an Australian stage actress known for her role as Mrs Papasavas in the children's television series Short Cuts and Patricia Pappas in Neighbours.
  • Katharine Cullen Katharine Cullen
    Katharine Cullen is an Australian actress, daughter of actors Max Cullen and Colleen Anne Fitzpatrick.
  • Katherine Halliday
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  • Katherine Kessey
    Katherine Glyn Kessey is an Australian actress. She is the wife of British actor Bill Treacher. Their son Jamie Treacher is also an actor. She was born in Perth, Western Australia, with her father, Gwilym Kessey, having played cricket for Western Australia.
  • Katherine Langford
    Katherine Langford is an Australian actress. She is known for playing Hannah Baker in the 2017 Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, based on the novel of the same name.
  • Katherine Taylor
    Katherine Taylor is an Australian actress best known for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Encounter, and Home and Away.
  • Katherine Wallace
    Katherine Wallace is an Australian actress best known for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Encounter, and Home and Away.
  • Kat Hoyos
    Kat Hoyos is an Australian actress, singer, and dancer, best known for her role in the television series Here Come The Habibs. She has also appeared in Body in the Yard and was also cast in the short film The Road Home.
  • Katie Wall
    Katie Wall is an Australian actress who has appeared in various television and film roles.
  • Kat Stewart
    Katherine Louise "Kat" Stewart is an AACTA and Logie Award-winning Australian actress who has made numerous appearances in television series, movies and on-stage.
  • Kelley Abbey Kelley Abbey
    Kelley Abbey is an Australian actress, choreographer, singer and dancer. She has been a leading performer and choreographer in TV, film and musical theatre for more than 20 years. She remains best known for her role on soap opera E Street as Jo-Jo Adams.
  • Kelly Paterniti
    Kelly Paterniti is an Australian actress. She is most notable for her role as Tamara Kingsley on the Australian television soap opera Home and Away.
  • Kerry Armstrong
    Kerry Michelle Armstrong is an Australian film, television and stage actress.
  • Kestie Morassi
    Kestie Morassi is an Australian film and television actress. She played Natalie in the HBO series Satisfaction. Morassi has also appeared in the films Dirty Deeds, Wolf Creek, and The Illustrated Family Doctor, and has made television appearances on Underbelly and Wilfred.
  • Khym Lam Khym Lam
    Khym Lam is an Australian actress.
  • Kirsty Child
    Kirsty Adams is an Australian actress, known for playing three roles in the cult drama Prisoner, including Ann Yates and Willie Beecham.
  • Kirsty Hinchcliffe
    Kirsty Hinchcliffe is an Australian-born actress and personal trainer based in Los Angeles, United States.
  • Kiruna Stamell
    Kiruna Stamell is an Australian actor. She was born on 13 March 1981 in Paddington, Sydney, Australia at the Royal Women's Hospital and diagnosed with restricted growth.
  • Kris McQuade
    Kris McQuade is an Australian actress who has had many film, television and theatre roles.
  • Kristen Condon
    Kristen Condon is a film and television actress from Melbourne, Australia.
  • Kristina Akheeva Kristina Akheeva
    Kristina Akheeva is an Australian actress and model. She made her Bollywood debut with 2013 film Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, followed by Telugu film Galipatam which released in 2014. She debuted in Kannada in a Upendra classic Uppi 2.
  • Kristy Wright
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  • Kylie Minogue Kylie Minogue
    Kylie Ann Minogue, often known simply as Kylie, is an Australian singer, songwriter, dancer and actress. She achieved recognition starring in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, where she played tomboy mechanic Charlene Robinson.
  • Lara Cox
    Lara Jane Cox is an Australian actress, known for a variety of roles. Cox played the role of Anita Scheppers in Heartbreak High, Doctor Denman in H2O: Just Add Water, and has appeared in Voodoo Lagoon and Kangaroo Jack.
  • Lara Robinson Lara Robinson
    Lara Robinson is an Australian actress who has appeared in films, television series, and theatre productions.
  • Laura Brent Laura Brent
    Laura Brent is an Australian actress, best known for her role as Lilliandil in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
  • Leah Purcell Leah Purcell
    Leah Purcell is an Indigenous Australian actress, director and writer. She is a Helpmann Award and AACTA Award winner.
  • Leah Vandenberg
    Leah Vandenberg is an Australian actress, who is best known for her role as Anne Cassidy in the comedy series Stupid, Stupid Man. She has appeared in many Australian television series and movies, and appears in children's series Play School and has been in it for over 10 years as a presenter.
  • Leeanna Walsman Leeanna Walsman
    Leeanna Walsman is an Australian actress.
  • Leverne McDonnell Leverne McDonnell
    Leverne Ann McDonnell was an Australian actress.
  • Libby Munro Libby Munro
    Libby Munro is an Australian actress.
  • Liddy Clark
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  • Lily Sullivan
    Lily Jayne Sullivan is an Australian actress, best known for her role as Coral in Mental.
  • Linda Marlowe
    Linda Virginia Marlowe is an Australian-born British film and television actress. She played Sylvie Carter in EastEnders from December 2014 to March 2017.
  • Linden Wilkinson
    Linden Wilkinson is an Australian film, television and theatre actress and writer. She is perhaps best known for her recurring role in soap opera Home and Away playing 'The Believers' cult leader Mumma Rose.
  • Lindy Davies Lindy Davies
    Lindy Davies is an Australian actress, director, actor trainer and performance consultant. She played Ruth Ballinger in the Australian soap opera Prisoner in 1985, and won the AFI Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 1986 film Malcolm.
  • Lisa Aldenhoven Lisa Aldenhoven
    Lisa Aldenhoven is an Australian film and television actress.
  • Lisa Collins (actress)
    Lisa Collins is an Australian actress best known for her starring role in the movie Fix. Collins is also the former wife of actor Billy Zane. Collins also played Louisa, wife of Morgan Earp in the film, Tombstone.
  • Lisa Flanagan
    Lisa Flanagan is an Australian actress who is best known for her roles in film and television, including her debut movie Australian Rules, Look Both Ways and Double Trouble.
  • Lisa Lackey
    Elizabeth "Lisa" Lackey, is an Australian actress. She lived in Orange, NSW and attended Orange High School. She left and then she portrayed Janice Parkman on the NBC television series Heroes.
  • Lisa McCune Lisa McCune
    Lisa McCune is a four-time Gold Logie Award-winning Australian actress, known for her role as Senior Constable Maggie Doyle in Blue Heelers, and as Lt. Kate McGregor in Sea Patrol.
  • Loene Carmen Loene Carmen
    Lo Carmen is an Australian singer-songwriter, musician and actress. Carmen has independently released five albums in the Americana alt-country indie rock vein, most recently Everyone You Ever Knew in 2015.
  • Lois Ramsey
    Lois June Ramsey was an Australian actress, best known for her performances as eccentric old ladies on television soap operas. Roles include Homicide, The Sullivans, Cop Shop, A Country Practice, Home and Away and Blue Heelers and the film Crackerjack.
  • Lorraine Bayly Lorraine Bayly
    Lorraine Daphne Bayly AM is an Australian actress of film, television and theatre.
  • Lottie Lyell Lottie Lyell
    Lottie Lyell was an Australian actress, screenwriter, editor and filmmaker. She is regarded as Australia's first film star, and also contributed to the local industry during the silent era with her collaborations with Raymond Longford.
  • Lotus Thompson Lotus Thompson
    Lotus Thompson was an Australian actress of silent and sound films. Her film career began in 1921 and ended in 1949 during which she appeared in thirty-five motion pictures.
  • Louise Crawford
    Louise Crawford is an Australian film and television actress who has appeared in many Australian soaps and dramas, including a role as Sgt.
  • Louise Harris Louise Harris
    Louise Harris is an Australian actress from Davoren Park, South Australia. She rose to prominence for playing Elizabeth Harvey in the film Snowtown, for which she received an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Award for Best Supporting Actress.
  • Louise Lovely Louise Lovely
    Louise Lovely was an Australian film actress. She is credited by film historians for being the first Australian actress to have a successful career in Hollywood, signing a contract with Universal Pictures in the United States in 1914.
  • Lucille Lisle
    Lucille Lisle was an Australian actress.
  • Lucy Fry
    Lucy Elizabeth Fry is an Australian actress. She is known for portraying Zoey in Lightning Point, Lyla in ', and Vasilisa Dragomir in the film Vampire Academy.
  • Lulu McClatchy Lulu McClatchy
    Lulu McClatchy is an Australian actress and comedian. She started to write and perform her own shows at the Edinburgh Festival. She created the comedy show Supergirly and went on to present a slot on Live & Kicking.
  • Lulu Pinkus
    Lulu Pinkus is an Australian screenwriter, producer, stage, film and television actress. She made appearances on numerous television crime and police dramas during the 1970s and early 80s, including a nine episode stint on Prisoner, as well as supporting roles in a number of feature films.
  • Lydia Yeamans Titus Lydia Yeamans Titus
    Lydia Yeamans Titus was an Australian–born American singer, dancer, comedian and actress who had a lengthy career in vaudeville and cinema. She was remembered on stage for her Baby-Talk act and a popular rendition of the English ballad, Sally in Our Alley.
  • Lyn Collingwood
    Lyn Collingwood is an Australian actress.
  • Lynda Keane Lynda Keane
    Lynda Keane is a British-born Australian acting coach, producer, film and television actress. She guest starred on numerous television series during the 1960s and 70s, most notably Bellbird, Homicide, Number 96, The Box, and Prisoner.
  • Lyndel Rowe
    Lyndel Rowe is an Australian actress who is best known for her work with the Melbourne Theatre Company, the Sydney Theatre Company and the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
  • Lynette Curran
    Lynette Curran, is an Australian actress best known for her roles in Australian television series and films. Between 1967 and 1974 she was a regular in soap opera Bellbird.
  • Lynn Rainbow
    Lynn Carol Rainbow-Reid is an Australian-based theatre and television actor who was educated at Ascham School, The Sorbonne and Dante Alighieri in Italy. Lynn was the daughter of Judge Alfred Rainbow and the granddaughter of Sir Benjamin Fuller a theatrical entrepreneur.
  • Madeleine Orr
    Madeleine Grace Orr was an Australian-born film, stage and TV actress who worked for many years in London. She is best known as the first person to portray Madge Allsop, bridesmaid and companion to Barry Humphries' most popular and enduring comic character, Dame Edna Everage.
  • Madge Ryan
    Madge Ryan was an Australian actress, known for her stage roles in the United Kingdom, including London productions of Entertaining Mr Sloane, Philadelphia, Here I Come, and Medea. She also starred in the Broadway production of Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
  • Madge Titheradge Madge Titheradge
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  • Maeve Dermody
    Maeve Dermody is an Australian actress. After a film appearance as a child, her adult acting career has included work in Australian television, theatre, short films and movies. She characterizes her own acting goal as "to be able to play different characters every time, without traces of myself".
  • Magda Szubanski Magda Szubanski
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  • Maggie King
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  • Maggie Kirkpatrick Maggie Kirkpatrick
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  • Maia Mitchell
    Maia Mitchell is an Australian actress and singer. She is known for her roles as Brittany Flune in the children's television series Mortified for the Nine Network, and as Natasha Ham in the Seven Network's teen drama Trapped.
  • Mallory Jansen
    Mallory Jansen is an Australian actress. She co-starred as Madalena in the American Broadcasting Company series Galavant. Prior to this, she had recurring roles in the ABC Family sitcoms Baby Daddy and Young & Hungry.
  • Marcia Ralston
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  • Margaret Christensen
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  • Margaret Johnston Margaret Johnston
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  • Margot Rhys
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  • Margot Robbie Margot Robbie
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  • Maria Mercedes (actress)
    Maria Mercedes is a Greek-Australian television, film and stage actress. Her notable roles include the original Australian productions of the musicals Nine, Sunset Boulevard and Love Never Dies.
  • Maria Theodorakis
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  • Maria Venuti Maria Venuti
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  • Marie Hoy
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  • Marie Lohr Marie Lohr
    Marie Lohr was an Australian film and stage actress.
  • Marie Lorraine
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  • Marilynne Paspaley
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  • Marissa Gibson
    Marissa Gibson is an Australian actress. She played the central role of Delilah in the 2009 film Samson and Delilah. The film won the Caméra d'Or award at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and Best Film at the 2009 AFI Awards.
  • Marjorie Bennett
    Marjorie Bennett was an Australian-born television and film actress, who worked mainly in Britain and the United States. She began her acting career during the silent film era.
  • Marni Spillane
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  • Marny Kennedy Marny Kennedy
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  • Marta Dusseldorp Marta Dusseldorp
    Marta Dusseldorp is an Australian stage, film and theatre actress.
  • Marta Kaczmarek
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  • Mary Charleston
    Mary Charleston is an Australian choreographer, film and television actress.
  • Mary Coustas Mary Coustas
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  • Mary Maguire Mary Maguire
    Mary Maguire was an Australian-born actress who briefly became a Hollywood and British film star in the late 1930s.
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  • Mavis Villiers Mavis Villiers
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  • Maya Stange
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  • May Robson May Robson
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  • Megan Connolly (actress)
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  • Megan Gale Megan Gale
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  • Melanie Vallejo
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  • Melissa Bergland Melissa Bergland
    Melissa Bergland is an Australian actress best known for her role as Jenny Gross in the Seven Network drama Winners & Losers.
  • Melissa George Melissa George
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  • Melissa Howard (actress)
    Melissa Howard is an Australian actress, best known for playing Rebecca Ainsworth in Dead Gorgeous.
  • Melissa Jaffer
    Melissa Jaffer is an Australian actress. She is best known for her television roles, but has also appeared in many Australian films.
  • Melissa Thomas
    Mélissa Thomas is an Australian actress.
  • Mercia Deane-Johns
    Mercia Deane-Johns is an Australian actress of film, stage and television. She is also a writer, singer and stand-up comedienne. She has played a wide array of characters since she was 12 years old and has appeared in many film roles and TV series on Australian screens.
  • Mia Wasikowska Mia Wasikowska
    Mia Wasikowska is an Australian-Polish actress. She made her screen debut on the Australian television drama All Saints in 2004, followed by her feature film debut in Suburban Mayhem.
  • Michele Fawdon
    Michele Fawdon was a British-born Australian actress. In 1979 she won the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Cathy's Child.
  • Mignon O'Doherty
    Mignon O'Doherty was an Australian actress who worked in British theatre, film and television.
  • Miranda Otto Miranda Otto
    Miranda Otto is an Australian actress. Otto is a daughter of actors Barry and Lindsay Otto, and sister of actress Gracie Otto. She began her acting career at age 18 in 1986, and has appeared in a variety of independent and major studio films.
  • Miranda Tapsell
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  • Mirrah Foulkes Mirrah Foulkes
    Mirrah Foulkes is an Australian director, screenwriter, and film and television actress. She was raised on the Sunshine Coast, in South East Queensland, Australia. She has appeared in films such as Animal Kingdom, Sleeping Beauty, and in the Australian anthology film The Turning.
  • Monica Maughan
    Monica Maughan was an Australian actor with roles in film, theatre, radio, television and ballet over a career spanning 52 years.
  • Morgana Davies Morgana Davies
    Morgana Linda Davies is an Australian film and television child actress.
  • Morgan Griffin
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  • Mouche Phillips
    Mouche Phillips is an Australian actress, voice actress and theatre producer, best known for her television roles as Aviva "Viv" Newton in Home and Away and Eva Sykes in police procedural series Water Rats.
  • Muriel Steinbeck
    Muriel Myee Steinbeck was an Australian actress who worked extensively in radio, theatre, television and film. She is best known for her performance as the wife of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in Smithy and for playing the lead role in Autumn Affair, Australia's first television serial.
  • Nadia Townsend
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    Nancy O'Neil was an Australian-born British actress.
  • Naomi Watts Naomi Watts
    Naomi Ellen Watts is an English actress and film producer. She made her screen debut in the Australian drama film For Love Alone and then appeared in the Australian television series' Hey Dad..!, Brides of Christ, Home and Away and the coming-of-age comedy-drama film Flirting.
  • Natalie Imbruglia Natalie Imbruglia
    Natalie Jane Imbruglia is an Australian-British singer-songwriter, model and actress. In the early 1990s, she played Beth Brennan in the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
  • Natalie Mendoza
    Natalie Jackson Mendoza is an Australian actress and musician. She is best known for her role as one of the main characters, Jackie Clunes in the British drama series Hotel Babylon and as tough girl Juno in the acclaimed horror thriller The Descent, as well as its sequel, The Descent Part 2.
  • Natalie Tran Natalie Tran
    Natalie Tyler Tran is an Australian online producer, actress, comedian and writer from Sydney who uses the handle communitychannel on YouTube.
  • Natalie Walker (actress)
    Natalie Walker is an Australian actress.
  • Natasha Liu Bordizzo
    Natasha Liu Bordizzo is an Australian model and actress, portraying the character of Snow Vase in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny.
  • Nathalie Kelley
    Nathalie Kelley is a Peruvian Australian actress known for her debut role as Neela in the 2006 action film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
  • Nell Campbell
    Laura Elizabeth "Little Nell" Campbell is an Australian actress, club owner, and singer. She is best known for her portrayal of Columbia in The Rocky Horror Show and her song "Do the Swim".
  • Neva Carr Glyn
    Neva Carr Glyn or Neva Carr Glynn was an Australian contralto and actress born in Melbourne to Arthur Benjamin Carr Glyn, a humorous baritone and stage manager born in Ireland, and Marie Carr Glyn, née Marie Dunoon Senior, an actress with the stage name "Marie Avis".
  • Nicky Whelan Nicky Whelan
    Nicky Whelan is an Australian actress and model known for her role as Pepper Steiger in the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
  • Nicole da Silva Nicole da Silva
    Nicole da Silva is an Australian actress. She is known for her roles in Wentworth as Franky Doyle and in Southern Star's AFI award-winning drama Rush as Senior Constable Stella Dagostino, for which she received critical acclaim over the show's four-season run.
  • Nicole Kidman Nicole Kidman
    Nicole Mary Kidman, AC is an Australian actress, film producer and occasional singer. She is the recipient of several awards, including an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and the Silver Bear for Best Actress.
  • Nikki Osborne
    Nikki Osborne is an Australian actress, former model and television presenter. Osborne is best known as a former host of the now-defunct late night interactive quiz series, Quizmania.
  • Nikki Webster Nikki Webster
    Nicole Marie Webster is an Australian pop singer and actress. She is best known for her starring role in the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics opening ceremony and her single "Strawberry Kisses".
  • Nina Landis
    Nina Landis is an Australian stage and screen actress, who trained in Australia and New York. Her feature film credits include the title role in Rikky and Pete, Komodo, Four of a Kind, Handle with Care, and '.
  • Nina Young
    Nina Young is an Australian actress.
  • Ningali Lawford
    Ningali Josie Lawford is an Australian actress. She is known for her roles in the films Rabbit-Proof Fence, Bran Nue Dae, and Last Cab to Darwin, for which she was nominated for the AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
  • Noeline Brown Noeline Brown
    Noeline Brown is an Australian actress and comedian. She has appeared in numerous films, television shows theatrical productions and radio programs dating back to 1959.
  • Noni Hazlehurst
    Leonie Elva "Noni" Hazlehurst, is an Australian actress, director, writer, presenter and broadcaster who has appeared on television and radio, in dramas, mini-series and made for television films, as well also on stage and in feature films since the early 1970s.
  • Norma Whalley
    Norma Whalley was a theatre and film actress active in the United States and Britain.
  • Olga Agnew
    Olga Agnew was an Australian child actress, who starred in multiple plays and one movie from 1912 to 1920.
  • Olivia DeJonge
    Olivia DeJonge is an Australian actress, known for playing Tara Swift / Shaneen Quigg in the series Hiding and Becca in the film The Visit.
  • Olivia Hamnett
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  • Olivia Newton-John Olivia Newton-John
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  • Oriana Panozzo
    Oriana Panozzo is an Australian actress, best known as the second actress to play Susan Palmer in the television soap opera Sons and Daughters as the original actress to play the role, Ann Henderson Stires, was not available when the character was brought back to the show.
  • Pallavi Sharda Pallavi Sharda
    Pallavi Sharda is an Australian-Indian actress and dancer trained in Bharatha Natyam.
  • Pamela Rabe
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  • Pat Bishop
    Pat Bishop was a Northern Irish actress noted for her performances in Australian theatre, film and television.
  • Pat McDonald (actress) Pat McDonald (actress)
    Patricia Ethell "Pat" McDonald was an Australian radio actress and actress of stage and television and the daughter of one of Australia's most prominent electric radio engineers and public servants, Arthur Stephen McDonald and his wife, milliner Edith Roseina Ethell.
  • Patricia Firman
    Patricia Firman was an Australian model, actress and TV personality.
  • Patricia Kennedy (actress)
    Patricia Kennedy OBE was an Australian actor with a long career in theatre, radio, film and television.
  • Patricia Lovell
    Patricia Anna "Pat" Lovell, was an Australian film producer and actress, whose work within that country's film industry led her to receive the Raymond Longford Award in 2004 from the Australian Film Institute.
  • Pat Thomson
    Patricia Elizabeth Thomson, was an Australian television and film actress.
  • Paula Arundell
    Paula Arundell is an Australian actress and singer.
  • Pauline Chan (Australian actress)
    Pauline Chan is an Australian actress, director, screenwriter and producer.
  • Pearl Tan
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  • Peggy Pryde Peggy Pryde
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  • Penelope Mitchell Penelope Mitchell
    Penelope Mitchell is an Australian actress best known for playing the role of Letha Godfrey on the American horror television series Hemlock Grove and Liv Parker on The Vampire Diaries.
  • Penne Hackforth-Jones Penne Hackforth-Jones
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  • Penny Cook Penny Cook
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  • Penny Downie
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  • Penny McNamee
    Penny McNamee is an Australian actress.
  • Penny Ramsey
    Penny Ramsey was an Australian actress.
  • Pepita Emmerichs
    Pepita Emmerichs is an Australian musician and actress. She co-founded the music group Oh Pep! with Olivia Hally, and appeared in the 2009 film Where the Wild Things Are.
  • Peta Sergeant
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  • Peta Toppano Peta Toppano
    Peta Toppano is an English Australian actress, singer and dancer who was successful in Australian television. She is known for her series roles in The Young Doctors, Prisoner, as Karen Travers, Home and Away as Helen Poulos, Heartbreak High and Return to Eden, in which she played a "superbitch".
  • Peta Wilson Peta Wilson
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  • Petra Yared Petra Yared
    Petra Yared is a Lebanese-Australian actress. She has also been credited as Petra Jared.
  • Philippa Baker (actress) Philippa Baker (actress)
    Philippa Baker, is a retired Australian actress of radio, theatre, television and film best known for her role in the 1970s television soap opera/serial Number 96, as well as its feature film version playing deli assistant Roma Godolfus, opposite Johnny Lockwood.
  • Phoebe Tonkin Phoebe Tonkin
    Phoebe Jane Elizabeth Tonkin is an Australian actress and model.
  • PiaGrace Moon
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  • Pia Miranda Pia Miranda
    Pia Miranda is an Australian actress whose career was launched with her role in the 1999 feature film Looking for Alibrandi, an Australian film based on the novel of the same name by Melina Marchetta.
  • Pippa Grandison
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  • Poppy Montgomery Poppy Montgomery
    Poppy Montgomery is an Australian-American actress. She played FBI agent Samantha Spade on the CBS mystery drama Without a Trace from 2002 to 2009, and played Detective Carrie Wells on the CBS/A&E police drama Unforgettable from 2011 to 2016.
  • Portia de Rossi Portia de Rossi
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  • Queenie Ashton
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  • Rachael Carpani
    Rachael Ann Carpani is an Australian actress best known in MCleods daughters as Jodie Fountain Mcleod Carpani grew up on a property near Dural, in Sydney's Hills District. She studied acting at the Australian College of Entertainment at Macquarie University and at the Drama Works Drama Company.
  • Rachael Coopes Rachael Coopes
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  • Rachael Maza Long
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  • Rachael Taylor Rachael Taylor
    Rachael May Taylor is an Australian actress and model. Her first leading role was in the Australian series headLand.
  • Ra Chapman
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  • Rachel Blakely
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  • Rachel Friend
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  • Rachel Gordon
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  • Rachel Griffiths
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  • Radha Mitchell Radha Mitchell
    Radha Rani Amber Indigo Ananda Mitchell is an Australian actress. She started her career acting in various Australian television series and films, and later appeared in Hollywood films such as Pitch Black, Phone Booth, Finding Neverland, Man on Fire, Melinda and Melinda, Silent Hill and The Crazies.
  • Raelee Hill Raelee Hill
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  • Rebecca Asha
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  • Rebecca Breeds Rebecca Breeds
    Rebecca Elizabeth Breeds is an Australian actress known for her roles as Cassie Cometti in the third series of Blue Water High, as series regular Ruby Buckton in the soap opera Home and Away and as Aurora de Martel in The Originals.
  • Rebecca Frith
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  • Rebecca Jackson Mendoza
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  • Rebecca Massey
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  • Rebecca Rigg Rebecca Rigg
    Rebecca Rigg is an Australian actress, best known for her roles in Fatty Finn and Ellie Parker.
  • Rebecca Smart
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  • Rebel Penfold-Russell Rebel Penfold-Russell
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  • Rebel Wilson Rebel Wilson
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  • Renai Caruso
    Renai Caruso is an Australian actress. She a graduate of Queensland University of Technology.
  • Renee Lim
    Renee Li-Yen Lim is an Australian actress, television presenter and medical doctor. She is best known for her roles as Constable Jung Lim in East West 101, Mae in Please Like Me and her recurring role as Vivienne Hart in The Secret Daughter.
  • Rhiana Griffith
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  • Robin McLeavy
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  • Robyn Moore (Australian actress)
    Robyn Alison Moore is an Australian actress.
  • Robyn Nevin
    Robyn Anne Nevin, is an Australian actress, director and former head of the Sydney Theatre Company.
  • Rosalie Kunoth-Monks
    Rosalie Kunoth-Monks is an Australian film actress, Aboriginal activist and politician.
  • Rosalind Speirs
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  • Rose Byrne Rose Byrne
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  • Roxane Wilson Roxane Wilson
    Roxane Wilson is an Australian actress best known for her roles in Water Rats, Stingers and The Alice. She was born in Durban, South Africa to an Italian Mother and an English Father. She lives in Los Angeles with her children.
  • Roz Hammond
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  • Ruth Cracknell
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  • Sacha Horler Sacha Horler
    Sacha Horler is an Australian actress. Her parents were lawyers, but co-founded Sydney's Nimrod Theatre Company in the early 1970s.
  • Sally Victoria Benson
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  • Samantha Noble
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  • Samantha Rebillet Samantha Rebillet
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  • Sandy Gore
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  • Sarah Aubrey Sarah Aubrey
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  • Sarah Hudson (actress) Sarah Hudson (actress)
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  • Sarah Snook Sarah Snook
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  • Sarah Vandenbergh
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  • Sarah Wynter
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  • Sascha Raeburn
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  • Saskia Burmeister Saskia Burmeister
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  • Saskia Hampele
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  • Shannon Ashlyn
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  • Shareena Clanton
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  • Shari Sebbens
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  • Sharni Vinson Sharni Vinson
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  • Sheila Florance Sheila Florance
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  • Sibylla Budd
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  • Sigrid Thornton Sigrid Thornton
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  • Simmone Jade Mackinnon
    Simone Jade Mackinnon is an Australian actress.
  • Simone Buchanan
    Simone Louise Buchanan, is an Australian actress of film and television, she is best known for her television roles as Debbie Kelly in the situation comedy Hey Dad..! and Samantha Fitzgerald in the soap opera Neighbours.
  • Sophie Heathcote
    Sophie Heathcote was an Australian actress, primarily known for her television roles, particularly A Country Practice and Water Rats Heathcote was born in Melbourne on 25 December 1972.
  • Sophie Lee Sophie Lee
    Sophie Lee is an Australian film, stage and television actress and author.
  • Sophie Lowe Sophie Lowe
    Sophie Lowe is an English-born Australian actress and singer-songwriter. She appeared in the films Beautiful Kate, After the Dark, Adore, and Road Kill, and starred in the television series The Slap, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, The Returned and The Beautiful Lie.
  • Sophie Monk Sophie Monk
    Sophie Charlene Akland Monk is an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, actress, model and radio personality. Monk was a member of the girl group Bardot and released a solo album called Calendar Girl. She has appeared in films such as Date Movie, Click, and Spring Breakdown.
  • Sophie Tilson
    Sophie Tilson is an Australian actress, writer and producer. She was one of the stars of the 2009 web series OzGirl. She is perhaps best known for playing the character Lisa Devine on the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
  • Sophie Turner (model) Sophie Turner (model)
    Sophie Turner is an Australian model, reality television personality and lawyer who first came to prominence as a contestant on the Australian television series Search for a Supermodel.
  • Stefanja Orlowska
    Stefanja Orłowska is an Australian of Polish origin, actress and writer. She made her film debut in 2011, in the independent film Minds, Adolescents. She is most known for her role as Halina in the documentary film There Is Many Like Us.
  • Stef Dawson
    Stef Dawson is an Australian actress. She portrayed Annie Cresta in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and Part 2. She also made a cameo appearance in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
  • Stephanie Jacobsen Stephanie Jacobsen
    Stephanie Jacobsen is a Hong Kong-born Australian actress.
  • Stéphanie Montreux
    Stephanie Montreux is an Australian actress and lyric soprano, with a vocal range of over 3½ octaves.
  • Steph Song Steph Song
    Steph Song is a Malaysian actress of Chinese heritage, raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada and Australia. She was voted sexiest woman in the world by Asian readers of FHM magazine.
  • Su Cruickshank
    Su Cruickshank was an Australian jazz singer, actress and writer. Cruickshank was regarded as one of the finest female jazz singers in Australian history.
  • Sun Park
    Sun Park is a Korean-born Australian singer, actress, entertainer and former member of the children's entertainment group Hi-5 as well as the television series of the same name.
  • Susan Lyons
    Susan Lyons is an Australian actress.
  • Susannah Fowle
    Susannah Fowle is an Australian actress.
  • Susanne Haworth
    Susanne Haworth is a retired Australian producer and film and television actress.
  • Susan Paterno
  • Susie Porter Susie Porter
    Susie Porter is an Australian television and film actress.
  • Suzi Lovegrove
    Suzi Lovegrove was an HIV-positive American-born woman whose battle with AIDS was chronicled in a landmark television documentary made at her request, entitled Suzi's Story, which premiered on Australian television in 1987.
  • Sylvia Breamer Sylvia Breamer
    Sylvia Breamer was an Australian-born actress who performed in American silent motion pictures beginning in 1917.
  • Tabrett Bethell Tabrett Bethell
    Tabrett Bethell is an Australian film, television, and theater actress, best known for portraying the character Cara Mason in the television series Legend of the Seeker.
  • Talia Zucker
    Talia Zucker is an Australian actress.
  • Tamasin Ramsay Tamasin Ramsay
    Tamasin Ramsay is an Australian actress and anthropologist, having received her PhD from Monash University in 2009. Tamasin resides in Melbourne, Australia and travels regularly to New York City and Rajasthan in the service of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.
  • Tammin Sursok
    Tammin Pamela Sursok is a South African-born Australian actress and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her roles as Dani Sutherland on Home and Away, Colleen Carlton on The Young and the Restless and Jenna Marshall on Pretty Little Liars.
  • Tammy MacIntosh
    Tammy MacIntosh is an Australian actress who is perhaps best known for portraying Dr. Charlotte Beaumont in the medical drama All Saints and Jool in the TV series Farscape.
  • Tara Morice Tara Morice
    Tara Morice is an Australian actress, singer, and dancer.
  • Taryn Marler
    Taryn Marler is an Australian actress.
  • Tasma Walton Tasma Walton
    Tasma Walton is an Australian television and film actress.
  • Taya Straton
    Taya Straton was an Australian actress, who remains best known for playing "Spider" Simpson during the final year of Prisoner in 1986. She committed suicide in 1996.
  • Terasa Livingstone
    Terasa Livingstone is an Australian theatre, film and television actress.
  • Teresa Palmer Teresa Palmer
    Teresa Mary Palmer is an Australian actress, writer, producer and model. Palmer made her film debut in 2006, when she appeared in the suicide drama 2:37.
  • Teressa Liane
    Teressa Liane is an Australian actress. She is known for her roles as Mary Louise on The Vampire Diaries, Angelica on Into the Badlands.
  • Tessa de Josselin
    Tessa de Josselin is an Australian actress. She left her job as an environmental planner to pursue a career in acting. Shortly after joining an acting agency, de Josselin appeared in an episode of Tricky Business and was cast as Samantha "Sam" Hazelton in children's drama In Your Dreams.
  • Tharini Mudaliar
    Tharini Mudaliar is an Australian actress, singer, and violinist. She is best known for her role portraying the fictional character Kamala in The Matrix Revolutions. She is also recognized by fans of ' where she played the role of Naiyima.
  • Thelma Grigg
    Thelma Grigg was an Australian actress. She was first hired as an extra for Cinesound Productions in 1937. She made her stage debut in a 1939 production of The Women by Clare Boothe Luce at the Minerva Theatre, Sydney. She subsequently appeared in over 25 plays.
  • Tien Hogue
    Tien Hogue was an Australian actress of stage and screen in the silent era. She was a popular personality.
  • Tiki Tsang
    Tiki Tsang is an Australian former actress and model. She is best known for her role in the 1989 French revenge thriller Killing Car, directed by Jean Rollin.
  • Tilda Cobham-Hervey
    Tilda Cobham-Hervey is an Australian actor from Adelaide, South Australia, with a background in circus performing and physical theatre.
  • Toni Collette Toni Collette
    Toni Collett, known as Toni Collette, is an Australian-American actress and musician, known for her acting work on stage, television, and film as well as a secondary career as the lead singer of the band Toni Collette & the Finish.
  • Tory Mussett
    Tory Mussett is an Australian actress. Her first television appearance was in an episode of the detective drama Murder Call. She later appeared in an episode of Flat Chat, and had a larger role in Crash Palace.
  • Tracy Mann
    Tracy Mann is an Australian screen actress. After appearing in a number of television series, she won an Australian Film Institute award in 1980 for movie Hard Knocks. She has also won awards in her home country for her work in mini-series Sword of Honour and 2005 movie comedy Hating Alison Ashley.
  • Trilby Clark
    Trilby Clark was an Australian actress who appeared in British films beginning in the silent film era. She was a leading lady in British films during the 1920s and early 1930s.
  • Trilby Glover Trilby Glover
    Trilby Glover is an Australian actress known for her roles as Shoshanna in The Starter Wife mini-series opposite Debra Messing, Jessica in the feature film Righteous Kill with Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, and as Jane Hollis in the second season of Fox comedy-horror series Scream Queens.
  • Trisha Noble
    Patricia Ann Ruth Noble is an Australian singer and actress. Initially performing as Patsy Ann Noble, she was a teenage pop singer in the early 1960s, with regular appearances on the music and variety television series Bandstand.
  • Ursula Yovich
    Ursula Yovich is an Australian actress and singer.
  • Valentina Barron
    Valentina Marina Barron is an Australian actress, best known for her role as Flees in Stormworld.
  • Valli Kemp
    Valli Kemp is an Australian former model and actress, turned fashion designer, painter and art teacher.
  • Vera James
    Vera James was a New Zealand born actor who worked in theatre and film. She moved to Australia in 1919 and appeared in two films for Franklyn Barrett. Her father distributed A Girl of the Bush in New Zealand.
  • Vera Pearce
    Vera Pearce was an Australian stage and film actress whose lengthy career was carried out in both her home country and in England.
  • Veronica Sywak
    Veronica Sywak is both an Australian IF Award and AFI nominated actress. She was born in Sydney, Australia, on 11 August 1984.
  • Victoria Haralabidou
  • Victoria Hill Victoria Hill
    Victoria Hill is an Australian actress, writer and producer. She is the daughter of the Chancellor of the University of Adelaide Robert Hill and the Australian president of UNICEF, Diana Hill. She is now based between New York City and Sydney.
  • Victoria Longley (Australian actress)
    Victoria Constance Mary Longley was an Australian actress. She worked extensively in television.
  • Victoria Nicholls
    Victoria Nicolls is an Australian actress and television personality. Nicolls is well remembered by viewers for appearing in the Australian version of the game show Sale of the Century as a hostess from 1980 to 1982.
  • Victoria Shaw (actress) Victoria Shaw (actress)
    Victoria Shaw was an Australian-born American actress.
  • Victoria Thaine Victoria Thaine
    Victoria Thaine is an Australian television and film actress and former playwright.
  • Vimala Raman
    Vimala Raman is an Indian film actress and model who has worked in all South Indian film industries, and predominantly appears in Telugu and Malayalam films. She is a Tamilian from Bangalore and made her debut in 2005 with Tamil film Poi.
  • Violet Hopson Violet Hopson
    Violet Hopson was an actress and producer who achieved fame on the British stage and in British silent films. She was born Elma Kate Victoria Karkeek in Port Augusta, South Australia on 16 December 1887.
  • Virginia Hey Virginia Hey
    Virginia Hey is an Australian actress, known for her role as Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan in the science fiction television series Farscape, playing the "Warrior Woman" in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, and various roles in television drama series, such as lawyer Jennifer St James in E Street.
  • Viva Bianca Viva Bianca
    Viva Bianca is an Australian actress best known for her role as Ilithyia on the Starz network series and. Bianca graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts where she received a best actress award.
  • Wendy Hughes
    Wendy Hughes was an Australian actress known for her work in theatre, film and television. Hughes was an award-winning actress. Her career spanned more than forty years and established her reputation as one of Australia's finest and most prolific actors.
  • Xonia Xonia
    Xonia is an Australian-born Romanian singer, songwriter, actress and dancer.
  • Yael Stone
    Yael Stone is an Australian actress. She has worked extensively in Australian theatre and has won two Sydney Theatre Awards. Outside of Australian theatre, she is best known for her portrayal of Lorna Morello in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.
  • Yasmin Kassim
    Yasmin Jade Kassim is an Australian actress, model and musician who was runner-up in the 2013 Miss World Australia beauty pageant. Kassim started her acting career by appearing in Australian independent films and in various television series.
  • Yvonne Strahovski Yvonne Strahovski
    Yvonne Jaqueline Strzechowski, known professionally as Yvonne Strahovski, is an Australian actress.
  • Zoe Caldwell
    Zoe Caldwell, OBE is an Australian actress. She is a four-time Tony Award winner, and is the voice of the Grand Councilwoman in the Lilo & Stitch franchise.
  • Zoe Carides
    Zoe Carides is an Australian actress of film and television, who is best known for her roles in Death in Brunswick as Sophie, G. P. as Dr. Sonia Kapek and Grass Roots as Liz Murray. Carides was born in Sydney, to an English mother and Greek father.
  • Zoe Naylor Zoe Naylor
    Zoe Naylor is an Australian actress as well as journalist, MC, keynote speaker, writer, voice-artist and producer.
  • Zoe Tuckwell-Smith Zoe Tuckwell-Smith
    Zoe Tuckwell-Smith is an Australian actress. She is best known for her role as Bec Gilbert on the Australian Television show Winners & Losers.
  • Zoe Ventoura
    Zoe Ventoura is an Australian actress of Greek descent.

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