Nicole Kidman - Biography
Nicole Mary Kidman, AC (born 20 June
1967) is an American born Australian actress, fashion model, singer and
humanitarian. Kidman has been a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF Australia
since 1994. In 2006, Kidman was made a Companion of the Order of
Australia, Australia's highest civilian honour. In 2006, she was the
highest-paid actress in the motion picture industry.
Kidman's breakthrough was in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm. Her performances
in films such as Days Of Thunder (1990), To Die For (1995) and Moulin
Rouge! (2001) won her critical acclaim, and her performance in The Hours
(2002) was acknowledged with several notable film awards including the
Academy Award for Best Actress, a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award. In
2003, Kidman received her star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood,
She is also known for her marriage to Tom Cruise and her current marriage
to country musician Keith Urban.
As a result of being born to Australian parents in Hawaii, Kidman has dual
citizenship in Australia and the United States.
Kidman was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her father, Dr. Antony David Kidman,
is a biochemist, clinical psychologist and author, with an office in Lane
Cove, Sydney, Australia. Her mother, Janelle Ann (née Glenny), is a
nursing instructor who edits her husband's books and was a member of the
Women's Electoral Lobby. At the time of Kidman's birth, her father was a
visiting fellow at the National Institute of Mental Health of the United
States. The family returned to Australia when Kidman was four and her
parents now live on Sydney's North Shore. Kidman has a younger sister,
Antonia Kidman, a journalist. She has known actress Naomi Watts since they
were in their teens and the two remain best friends today.
Kidman attended Lane Cove Public School and North Sydney Girls' High
School. She studied at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, and
at the Phillip Street Theatre in Sydney, with Naomi Watts. This was
followed by attending the Australian Theatre for Young People.
Kidman's first appearance in film came in 1983 at 15, in the Pat Wilson
music video for the song "Bop Girl". By the end of the year she had a
supporting role in the television series Five Mile Creek and four film
roles, including BMX Bandits and Bush Christmas. During the 1980s, she
appeared in several Australian productions, including the soap opera A
Country Practice, the mini-series Vietnam (1986), Emerald City (1988), and
Bangkok Hilton (1989).
In 1989, Kidman starred in Dead Calm as Rae Ingram, the wife of naval
officer John Ingram (Sam Neill), held captive on a Pacific yacht trip by
the psychotic Hughie Warriner (Billy Zane). The thriller garnered strong
reviews; Variety commented: "Throughout the film, Kidman is excellent. She
gives the character of Rae real tenacity and energy." Meanwhile, critic
Roger Ebert noted the excellent chemistry between the leads, stating,
"...Kidman and Zane do generate real, palpable hatred in their scenes
together." In 1990, she appeared opposite Tom Cruise in Days of Thunder,
and again in Ron Howard's Far and Away (1992). In 1995, Kidman featured in
the ensemble cast of Batman Forever.
Kidman's second film in 1995, To Die For, was a satirical comedy that
earned her critical praise. For her portrayal of the murderous newscaster
Suzanne Stone Maretto, she won a Golden Globe Award and five other best
actress awards. In 1998, she appeared in the film Practical Magic
alongside Sandra Bullock, and starred in the stage play The Blue Room,
which opened in London. In 1999 Kidman and Cruise portrayed a married
couple in Eyes Wide Shut, the final film of Stanley Kubrick. The film
opened to generally positive reviews but was subject to censorship
controversies due to the explicit nature of its sex scenes.
In 2002 Kidman received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in
the 2001 musical film Moulin Rouge!, in which she played the courtesan
Satine opposite Ewan McGregor. Consequently, Kidman received her second
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
The same year she also had a well-received starring role in the horror
film The Others. While in Australia filming Moulin Rouge!, Kidman injured
her ribs; as a result, Jodie Foster replaced her as leading actress in the
film Panic Room. In that film, Kidman's voice appears on the phone as the
mistress of the husband of the lead character.
The following year, Kidman won critical praise for her portrayal of
Virginia Woolf in The Hours, in which the prosthetics applied to her made
her almost unrecognisable. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for
this role, along with a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA, and numerous critics
awards. Kidman became the first Australian actress to win an Academy
Award. During her Academy Award acceptance speech, Kidman made a teary
statement about the importance of art, even during times of war: "Why do
you come to the Academy Awards when the world is in such turmoil? Because
art is important. And because you believe in what you do and you want to
honour that, and it is a tradition that needs to be upheld."
In the same year, Kidman starred in three very different films. The first
film, Dogville, by Danish director Lars von Trier, was an experimental
film set on a bare soundstage. In the second film, she co-starred with
Anthony Hopkins in the film adaptation of Philip Roth's novel The Human
Stain. The third film, Cold Mountain, a love story of two Southerners
separated by the Civil War, garnered her a Golden Globe Award nomination.
Kidman's 2004 film Birth was nominated for the Golden Lion Award at the
Venice Film Festival, and Kidman was nominated for another Golden Globe
Kidman's two movies in 2005 were The Interpreter and Bewitched. The
Interpreter, directed by Sydney Pollack, received mixed reviews, while
Bewitched, co-starring Will Ferrell and based on the 1960s TV sitcom of
the same name, was generally panned by critics. Neither film fared well in
the United States, their box office sales falling well short of the
production costs, but both films fared well internationally.
In conjunction with her success in the film industry, Kidman became the
face of the Chanel No. 5 perfume brand. She starred in a campaign of
television and print ads with Rodrigo Santoro, directed by Moulin Rouge!
director Baz Luhrmann to promote the fragrance during the holiday season
in 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2008. The three-minute commercial produced for
Chanel No. 5 perfume made Kidman the record holder for the most money paid
per minute to an actor after she reportedly earned US$12million for the 3
minute advert. During this time, Kidman was also listed as the 45th Most
Powerful Celebrity on the 2005 Forbes Celebrity 100 List. She made a
reported US$14.5 million in 2004-2005. On People magazine's list of 2005's
highest paid actresses, Kidman was second behind Julia Roberts with a
US$16 million to US$17 million per-film price tag. She has since passed
Roberts as the highest paid actress.
Kidman appeared in the Diane Arbus bio-pic Fur. She also lent her voice to
the animated film Happy Feet, which quickly garnered critical and
commercial success; the film grossed over US$384 million dollars
worldwide. In 2007, she starred in the science fiction movie The Invasion
directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel where it was reported that she received
$26 million dollars for her performance; although it was a critical and
commercial failure Kidman said that she has no control over the success of
her films. She also played opposite Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jack Black in
Noah Baumbach's comedy-drama Margot at the Wedding. She also starred in
the film adaptation of the first part of the planned His Dark Materials
trilogy of films, playing the villainous Marisa Coulter. However, The
Golden Compass''s failure to meet expectations at the North American box
office has reduced the likelihood of a sequel.
On 25 June 2007, Nintendo announced that Kidman would be the new face of
Nintendo's advertising campaign for the Nintendo DS game More Brain
Training in its European market.
In 2008, she starred Baz Luhrmann's Australian period film titled
Australia, which is set in the remote Northern Territory during the
Japanese attack on Darwin during World War II. Kidman played opposite Hugh
Jackman as an English woman feeling overwhelmed by the continent. The film
was a box office success worldwide.
Kidman was originally set to star in The Reader, a post-war Germany drama,
but due to her pregnancy she had to back out of the film. Shortly after
the news of Kidman's departure, it was announced that Kate Winslet would
take over the role. Winslet went on to win the Oscar for Best Actress for
the role; Kidman was one of the five previous winners who presented her
with the award.
Kidman appears in the 2009 Rob Marshall musical, Nine. She stars with
Aaron Eckhart in the film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play,
Rabbit Hole, for which she vacated her role in the forthcoming Woody Allen
picture, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger.
TV Guide reported that Kidman will star in The Danish Girl, a film
adaptation of the novel of the same name, playing Einar Wegener, the
world's first post-op transsexual, in which she appears opposite Gwyneth
Paltrow. She will also produce and star in a film adaptation of the Chris
Cleave's novel, Little Bee in association with BBC Films. Filming is
projected to begin in late 2010 or early 2011.
She recently lent her voice to a promotional video that Australia will use
to support their bid to host the 2018 World Cup. The five minute video
will be broadcast at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Not a singer before Moulin Rouge!, Kidman had well-received vocal
performances in the film. Her collaboration with Ewan McGregor on "Come
What May" peaked at #27 in the UK Singles Chart. Later she collaborated
with Robbie Williams on "Somethin' Stupid", a cover of Williams' swing
covers album Swing When You're Winning. It peaked at #8 in the Australian
ARIAnet Singles Chart, and at 1 for three weeks in the UK. It was UK
Christmas #1 for 2001.
In 2006, she voiced the animated movie Happy Feet, along with vocals for
Norma Jean's 'heartsong', a slightly altered version of "Kiss" by Prince.
Kidman sang in Rob Marshall's movie musical Nine, alongside Daniel
Day-Lewis, Penélope Cruz, Judi Dench, Sophia Loren and Marion Cotillard.
Kidman has been married twice. She became romantically involved with actor
Tom Cruise on the set of their 1990 movie, Days of Thunder. Kidman and
Cruise were married on Christmas Eve 1990 in Telluride, Colorado. The
couple adopted a daughter, Isabella Jane (born 1992), and a son, Connor
Anthony (born 1995). They separated just after their 10th wedding
anniversary. She was three months pregnant and had a miscarriage. Cruise
filed for divorce in February 2001. The marriage was dissolved in 2001,
Cruise citing irreconcilable differences. The reasons for dissolution have
never been made public. In Marie Claire, Kidman said she had an ectopic
pregnancy early in their marriage. In the June 2006 Ladies' Home Journal,
she said she still loved Cruise: "He was huge; still is. To me, he was
just Tom, but to everybody else, he is huge. But he was lovely to me. And
I loved him. I still love him." In addition, she has expressed shock about
The 2003 film Cold Mountain brought rumours that an affair between Kidman
and co-star Jude Law was responsible for the break-up of his marriage.
Both denied the allegations, and Kidman won an undisclosed sum from the
British tabloids that published the story. She gave the money to a
Romanian orphanage in the town where the movie was filmed. Robbie Williams
confirmed they had a short romance on her yacht in summer 2004. Shortly
after her Oscar, there were rumours of a relationship between her and
Adrien Brody. She met musician Lenny Kravitz in 2003 and dated him into
Kidman met her second husband, country singer Keith Urban at G'Day LA, an
event honouring Australians in January 2005. They married on 25 June 2006,
at Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel in the grounds of St Patrick's
Estate, Manly in Sydney. They maintain homes in Sydney, Sutton Forest, Los
Angeles and Nashville, Tennessee. In March 2008, they bought mansions in
Los Angeles and Nashville within days.
After speculation by the press, it was confirmed on 8 January 2008 that
Kidman was three months pregnant. The couple had their first child, Sunday
Rose Kidman Urban, on 7 July 2008, in Nashville, Tennessee. Kidman's
father said the daughter's middle name was after Urban's late grandmother,
Kidman mentioned in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres in 2005 that she is
banned from doing one of her favourite hobbies - sky diving - whilst
shooting a movie. In January 2005, Kidman won interim restraining orders
against two Sydney paparazzi who were stalking her.
In the beginning of 2009, Kidman appeared in a series of special edition
postage stamps featuring some of Australia's great actors. She, Geoffrey
Rush, Russell Crowe, and Cate Blanchett each appear twice in the series:
once as themselves and once as their Academy Award-winning character.
Nicole Kidman - Personal Quotes
[on her marriage to Tom Cruise
- August 2000]: Every day there is a compromise. Living with
somebody requires a lot of understanding. But I love being married.
I really love it. Sometimes I try to downplay it a bit because
people are like, "God you guys!" I just feel so fortunate that I
have found someone who will put up with me and stay with me.
[on husband Tom Cruise]: I wouldn't want to be married to me, but
luckily he does.
[commenting on her break-up with Tom Cruise - August 2001]: Now I
can wear heels.
It's so bizarre, I'm not scared of snakes or spiders. But I'm scared
of butterflies. There is something eerie about them. Something
[on winning the Academy Award for The Hours (2002)]: And I am
standing in front of my mother, and my whole life I have wanted to
make my mother proud. And now I'm going to make my daughter proud.
When I heard about the Suzanne role in To Die For (1995), I thought,
"I'll never get it - it'll be offered to someone else." So I called
Gus (Gus Van Sant) at home, and he took my call, thank God. I told
him I'd seen Drugstore Cowboy (1989), and I really wanted to work
with him. I said I was destined to work with him.
I think it's important that we don't all have to hold our heads high
all the time saying everything's fine.
These different people that I play become the loves of my life.
The split [from Tom Cruise] left me very fragile but I'd love to
I would love to have boobs and a butt like Jennifer Lopez but I'm
not having surgery so there it is.
[on receiving her star on the Walk of Fame]: I've never been so
excited to have people walk all over me for the rest of my life.
You want to take some responsibility in your choices so that it sets
the groundwork for that next generation of actresses - so for me
working with Lars von Trier, I would hope that says to another
generation: "go and seek out those directors, it's ok"
[on Dogville (2003)]: One day it would be a fairytale, the next it
was a nightmare. Lars (Lars von Trier) was gentle with me - he was
gentle and soft, then he would beat me up emotionally when he felt
he needed that. I did not always register what was happening until
afterwards but you shouldn't have too much awareness as an actor, I
I have a boy's body. I would prefer to have more curves because I
think that's more beautiful. I would much rather have J. Lo's
[Jennifer Lopez] body than mine.
[on filming The Interpreter (2005) at UN headquarters in New York]:
As a backdrop for a thriller, it's fantastic, but also since I'm
Australian and I've always worked internationally and this is an
international place in New York, I really like the kind of
communication it represents. I know I sound very much like my
character now, but I do believe in this place.
[on Cold Mountain (2003), The Human Stain (2003) and Dogville (2003)
being released within months of each other]: It's weird because
they're all coming out at once. But I made them over 2 + 1/2 years.
You look at somebody's work as an actor and you can see their
emotional life being fed into it and you can kind of feel them
through it. That's far more interesting than anything I could say
about where I'm at or who I'm with. It's good to have a little
distance. If you discuss your love too much, it just damages it.
[on the troubled The Stepford Wives (2004)]: It's a comedy. We hope.
Even from a very early age I knew I didn't want to miss out on
anything life had to offer just because it might be considered
Cinema is a director's medium, so you're saying, "What do you want?"
Being an actor is about adapting - physically and emotionally. If
that means you have to look great for it and they can make you look
great, then thank you. And if you have to have everything washed
away, then I'm willing to do that too.
[on Birth (2004)]: This is a film about love. What is a great love?
Is there a love of our life? Do you ever recover from the loss of
somebody that was so important to you?
Stanley Kubrick taught me to believe in myself artistically. I spent
my 20s raising my children, and wanting to, and being married. That
was my driving force. And then he said to me, "No, you have to
respect your talent, and give it some space, and give it some time."
Which was a lovely thing to be given. And my children were a little
It was by chance that The Hours (2002) came along. Was I in a place
where I could say, "I'm going to go to England and make this?" Yes.
Could I do that earlier, when I was married? No, I couldn't travel
like that. We had a thing where we couldn't be separated for more
than two weeks. So that made a lot of work just not possible. Which
was fine by me.
I have moments where I've said, "Don't tread on that crack in the
pavement, don't have a black cat walk in front of you." Deep down am
I superstitious? No. Do I believe in trying to be as kind as
possible and as compassionate as possible because ultimately you're
alone with yourself and your own conscience, and you want that to be
as clear as possible? That's not superstition. You have to just try
and stay pure and know what you value.
Usually, a young actress can't deliver because she doesn't have the
emotional baggage, really, to play those things. That's something
that's very beautiful about becoming a woman, and becoming a woman
in your 30s. If you've lived your life, and lived it where you've
said, "I want to be a participator and not a voyeur", then you have
an enormous amount to pull on.
I'm still just finding my way through. I don't actually see a path
in front of me. I can see not ever doing it again, and I can also
see other things pulling me away from this. It's strange, because I
know it's in my blood in terms of having to somehow act or express
myself creatively, but I'm willing to do it different ways if need
be. And I think that's partly because when I went through my divorce
I dealt with the idea of never ever working again, and never being
here and never able to be an actress, and went through an enormous
amount of soul searching, and at that time, I was very ready to give
it all up, and dealt with that emotionally. I was going, "Well, I'll
never be able to do this again." And that was OK. And, strangely, as
life is so strange, that was when everything exploded.
I never feel like I'm in control. There's a certain type of actor
that relinquishes control when they act, and then there's another
type who ends up being a producer and director and they're more
someone that likes to take control. I fall in the first category,
where I like to relinquish control, and fit into somebody else's
world. And that's just lately, but you never feel like you are
making choices. You feel like they're finding you in a strange way.
That's why when people say, "What role do you want to play next?", I
say, "I don't know". I never know. It's about responding to things
rather than planning.
I think someone said my career defies all logic [laughs]. Because I
choose the sort of strange little films, and somehow they're the
things that make my career.
So if you talk about a box-office career, then I'm a disaster. But
somehow, you know, I still manage to find my way to work.
I think actors are getting so much more power these days, but I'm
not. I stay very much away from the decisions, the way in which
things are orchestrated, what's been changed. I just try to stay
completely in the role as the actor and as the character.
I'm at a time of my life now where, for me to want to go back and
work, it'd have to be something that I really feel passionately
Regrets are ridiculous, so I don't regret, no.
[talking about her character from Batman Forever (1995)]: Chase is
attracted to the darker side of life. Batman is very appealing to
To be an actor you have to have a certain amount of madness in you.
That's why, when people meet you and you seem very together, they
are quite surprised--they don't see you behind closed doors.
[speaking of her father Antony Kidman]: He's a great father, I can
call him at three in the morning and he's there for me.
By the time I was a teenager, I had developed skills as a writer,
and my father encouraged me to think about a career in journalism. I
began keeping a diary, which I maintain to this day. I used to fill
whole notebooks with my writings.
My parents thought it was nice to develop my imagination, but they
never seriously thought that anything would ever come of it. They
said that I couldn't be an actress because I would be taller than
all my leading men, so I thought I would be a writer instead.
It was very natural for me to want to disappear into dark theater, I
am really very shy. That is something that people never seem to
fully grasp because, when you are an actor, you are meant to be an
Do you know I'm always scared that one day I'll look back and say
"God they were the best years of my life and now what?" There are
moments when you feel as if you have been blessed for a while,
moments when you think this is perfect, moments when you start to
believe that even for an hour, even for a year, it might all happen.
So I'm determined to keep making it get better and better.
It's a very brave thing to fall in love. You have to be willing to
trust somebody else with your whole being, and that's very
difficult, really difficult and very brave.
[about her first role at the age of five]: I was one of those
terrible kids who said everyone's lines.
Since I have fair skin, I have to stay out of the sun. I can't stand
the sun. I dyed my hair red for a while during the 1990s but I'm
actually a natural blonde.
I'm very close to my sister, Antonia (Antonia Kidman): Every day we
swim together. I love my sister.
When I was a child, I was a natural towhead. Now my hair is
naturally a darker shade of blonde.
I'd like to be wise. You have to go through a lot to get there, but
I'm willing to go through a lot."
What's the point of doing something good if nobody's watching.
Even from a very early age, I knew I didn't want to miss out on
anything life had to offer just because it might be considered
I believe that as much as you take, you have to give back. It's
important not to focus on yourself too much."
I love acting but I don't like all of the other stuff associated
with it. The interest in celebrities, the press, the Internet, when
your identity becomes mixed up in the way people are perceiving you.
I have a little bit of a belly, a tiny bit of pooch. It's the one
thing I don't want to lose. I just like having some softness. If I
lose that, then Tom might leave me.
I never knew I'd be in a musical, let alone win an award for one.
There's no drugs, no Tom in a dress, no psychiatrists.
Having gone through all of this, I feel in some ways calmer now.
It's strange, but sad. I think I'll always be sad.
I love acting, but it's much more fun taking the kids to the zoo.
"My life collapsed. People ran from me because suddenly it was 'Oh
my God! It's over for her now!' (On her split with Tom Cruise)".
I love working with people who are inspired and obsessive.
As a child, my hair was naturally red but since I was 13, my hair
turned light blonde naturally. It's really strange but it happened.
Ever since Chase through the night, the directors made me dye my
hair red as they all thought it suited me at the time. Even for Dead
Calm, Philip Noyce made me dye my hair red. Now the directors &
studios just let me keep my natural blonde hair.
For an actor, facial expressions & emotions are really important.
That's why I'll never have Botox. I've always been against that &
seeing Botox on TV with all the swelling & pain put me off it
anyway. The directors always allow actors with Botox but I just say
no way, not for me. Drinking lots of water, eating fruit & doing
yoga is what keeps me looking young naturally. I swear by it. I also
use creams with natural ingredients to make wrinkles less visible.
Everybody should try these things rather than going the plastic
route, which I just hate.
You don't have to be naked to be sexy.
I'm a person that carries everything that happened to me in my past,
with me into the future. I refuse to let it make me bitter. I still
completely believe in love and I remain open to anything that will
happen to me.
If I packaged toothpaste and told you you were gonna get half the
toothpaste in the tube, you probably wouldn't buy it.
It would be far easier to go, 'Oh, I wish I loved women,' but I
don't. I love the way a man thinks. I love the way a man smells. I
love the way men look. And I'm hooked on the male physique - hooked
Nicole Kidman - Filmography
The Danish Girl (2010) ....
Rabbit Hole (2010) .... Becca Corbett
Nine (2009) .... Claudia
Australia (2008) .... Lady Sarah Ashley
The Golden Compass (2007) .... Mrs. Coulter
Margot at the Wedding (2007) .... Margot
The Invasion (2007) .... Carol Bennell
Happy Feet (2006) (voice) .... Norma Jean
... aka Happy Feet: The IMAX Experience (USA: IMAX version)
Happy Feet (2006) (VG) (voice) .... Norma Jean
Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006) .... Diane Arbus
Bewitched (2005) .... Isabel Bigelow / Samantha
The Interpreter (2005) .... Silvia Broome
... aka L'interprète (France)
Birth (2004) .... Anna
The Stepford Wives (2004) .... Joanna Eberhart
Cold Mountain (2003) .... Ada Monroe
The Human Stain (2003) .... Faunia Farley
... aka Der menschliche Makel (Germany)
... aka La couleur du mensonge (France)
Dogville (2003) .... Grace Margaret Mulligan
... aka Dogville (France) (Germany)
... aka The Film 'Dogville' as Told in Nine Chapters and a Prologue
(USA: long title)
... aka U - Der Film 'Dogville' erzählt in neun Kapiteln und einem
Prolog. (Germany: long title)
The Hours (2002) .... Virginia Woolf
Panic Room (2002) (voice) (uncredited) .... Stephen's Girlfriend on
Birthday Girl (2001) .... Sophia, alias Nadia
The Others (2001) .... Grace Stewart
... aka Les autres (France)
... aka Los otros (Spain)
Moulin Rouge! (2001) .... Satine
Eyes Wide Shut (1999) .... Alice Harford
... aka EWS (USA: promotional abbreviation)
Practical Magic (1998) .... Gillian Owens
The Peacemaker (1997) .... Dr. Julia Kelly
The Leading Man (1996) .... Academy Awards Presenter
The Portrait of a Lady (1996) .... Isabel Archer
Batman Forever (1995) .... Dr. Chase Meridian
To Die For (1995) .... Suzanne Stone Maretto
My Life (1993/I) .... Gail Jones
Malice (1993) .... Tracy Kennsinger
Far and Away (1992) .... Shannon Christie
Billy Bathgate (1991) .... Drew Preston
Flirting (1991) .... Nicola
Days of Thunder (1990) .... Dr. Claire Lewicki
"Bangkok Hilton" (1989) TV mini-series .... Katrina Stanton
Dead Calm (1989) .... Rae Ingram
... aka Dead Calm: A Voyage Into Fear (USA: poster title)
Emerald City (1989) .... Helen, Mike McCord's Girlfriend
... aka David Williamson's Emerald City (Australia: alternative
"Vietnam" (1987) TV mini-series .... Megan Goddard
Room to Move (1987) (TV) .... Carol Trig
... aka Winners: Room to Move (Australia: syndication title)
Watch the Shadows Dance (1987) .... Amy Gabriel
... aka Nightmaster (USA)
Un'australiana a Roma (1987) (TV) .... Jill
The Bit Part (1987) .... Mary McAllister
Windrider (1986) .... Jade
Archer (1985) (TV) .... Catherine
... aka Archer's Adventure
Wills & Burke (1985) .... Julia Matthews
... aka The Wacky World of Wills & Burke (USA: video title)
"Five Mile Creek" .... Annie (12 episodes, 1985)
- America (1985) TV episode .... Annie
- One Fine Day (1985) TV episode .... Annie
- A Lot of Hot Air (1985) TV episode .... Annie
- A Death in the Family (1985) TV episode .... Annie
- The Great Coach Race (1985) TV episode .... Annie
"Winners" .... Carol Trig (1 episode, 1985)
- Room to Move (1985) TV episode .... Carol Trig
"A Country Practice" .... Simone Jenkins (2 episodes, 1984)
- Repairing the Damage: Part 2 (1984) TV episode .... Simone Jenkins
- Reparing the Damage: Part 1 (1984) TV episode .... Simone Jenkins
Matthew and Son (1984) (TV) .... Bridget Elliot
BMX Bandits (1983) .... Judy
... aka Short Wave (USA: video title (bootleg title))
Bush Christmas (1983) .... Helen
... aka Prince and the Great Race
Skin Deep (1983) (TV) .... Sheena Henderson
Chase Through the Night (1983) (TV) .... Petra
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