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Megan Connolly (I) (1974–2001)

After making her film debut in "The Crossing", Megan was one of the leading soap stars in Australia. After her role in Paradise Beach ended in 1994, she co-hosted the morning kids show "The Zone" for a year. In late 1995 she hosted the Foxtel's fitness show "Body Corp" for cable television, before moving on to become a V-Jay for Foxtel's music ... See full bio »

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Home and Away
Home and Away Rebecca Nash / Andrea
(1992-1998)
The Crossing
The Crossing Kathleen
(1990)
Paradise Beach
Paradise Beach Tori Hayden
(1993)
Breakers
Breakers Lily (1999)
(1998)

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 1992-1998 Home and Away (TV Series)
Rebecca Nash / Andrea
- Episode #1.2460 (1998) ... Rebecca Nash
- Episode #1.2442 (1998) ... Rebecca Nash
- Episode #1.2435 (1998) ... Rebecca Nash
- Episode #1.2432 (1998) ... Rebecca Nash
- Episode #1.2390 (1998) ... Rebecca Nash
 1998 Breakers (TV Series)
Lily (1999)
 1993 Paradise Beach (TV Series)
Tori Hayden
 1990 The Crossing
Kathleen
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Trivia:

Dwelt in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. See more »

Trademark:

Blonde hair.

Star Sign:

Aries

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