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  • Deborah Kennedy is an Australian actress recognised for several television and film roles, and for her appearance in an advertisement. Kennedy began her acting career on the stage, with the Marian Street Theatre, Killara, appearing in The Trojan Woman and Macbeth. She followed this with work with several other theatrical organisations including SUDS, Repertory 200, the New Theatre, and the Pegeant Theatre. For the Nimrod theatre starting in 1975 she had several roles in plays, acting in Much Ado About Nothing and Richard III. Other theatre work includes Travelling North, House of the Deaf Man, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Desert Flambe. Starting in the 1970s she also acted in various television roles, with appearances in Certain Women, Silent Number, Waygoose, Doctor Down Under, The Restless Years, Bellamy, 1915. Film roles of the period include Tim which starred Mel Gibson and Piper Laurie, Dawn!, Temperament Unsuited. In the 1980s she played a brief guest role in soap opera Prisoner, and in 1991 was a regular cast member of serial Chances. She continued in that role several months until her character, nurse Connie Reynolds, was written out of the show as part of a cast revamp. In the 1990s continued television guest appearances included a recurring part in Police Rescue and roles in series Wildside and Good Guys Bad Guys. Through this period she played supporting roles in several feature films, including I Can't Get Started, The Empty Beach, Death in Brunswick, The Sum of Us, Idiot Box, Thank God He Met Lizzie. More recent feature film roles include My Mother Frank, Matter of Life, Swimming Upstream. Wikipedia

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