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Di Smith (I)

Di Smith was born in 1958 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She is an actress and producer, known for Muriel's Wedding (1994), A Country Practice (1981) and Puberty Blues (2012). See full bio »
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Known For

Muriel's Wedding
Muriel's Wedding Physiotherapist
(1994)
A Country Practice
A Country Practice Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott / Sharon Lyons
(1982-1993)
Puberty Blues
Puberty Blues Deputy Principal Grantham
(2012)
Skinford: Chapter Two
(2018)

Filmography

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 2015 Redfern Now: Promise Me (TV Movie)
Doctor
 2012 Rake (TV Series)
Bronwyn
- Greene vs Hole (2012) ... Bronwyn
 2012 Puberty Blues (TV Series)
Deputy Principal Grantham
- Episode #1.5 (2012) ... Deputy Principal Grantham
- Episode #1.3 (2012) ... Deputy Principal Grantham (as Diane Smith)
- Episode #1.2 (2012) ... Deputy Principal Grantham (as Diane Smith)
- Episode #1.1 (2012) ... Deputy Principal Grantham (as Diane Smith)
 2011 Colin the Dog's Fabulous Midnight Adventure and Another Story (Short)
Irlandia (as Diane Smith)
 2011 The Truth About Fairies (Video short)
Patricia (as Diane Smith)
 2011 At Home with Julia (TV Series)
Salon Customer 1
- Citizens' Assembly (2011) ... Salon Customer 1
 2009 Charlie & Boots
Strawberry Lady (as Diane Smith)
 2009/I Schadenfreude (Short)
Starlet
 2000 The Potato Factory (TV Mini-Series)
Margaret Keating
- Episode #1.4 (2000) ... Margaret Keating (as Diane Smith)
- Episode #1.3 (2000) ... Margaret Keating (as Diane Smith)
- Episode #1.2 (2000) ... Margaret Keating (as Diane Smith)
- Episode #1.1 ... Margaret Keating (as Diane Smith)
 1997 Water Rats (TV Series)
Clare Moon
- The Man in the Moon (1997) ... Clare Moon (as Dianne Smith)
 1997 Fallen Angels (TV Series)
Kerry Sheridan
- Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (1997) ... Kerry Sheridan (as Diane Smith)
 1995 Fire (TV Series)
Kate
- Hellfire (1995) ... Kate (as Diane Smith)
 1994 Muriel's Wedding
Physiotherapist (as Diane Smith)
 1982-1993 A Country Practice (TV Series)
Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott / Sharon Lyons
- Certain Women: Part 2 (1993) ... Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott (as Diane Smith)
- Certain Women: Part 1 (1993) ... Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott (as Diane Smith)
- Sanctuary: Part 2 (1989) ... Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott (as Diane Smith)
- Sanctuary: Part 1 (1989) ... Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott (as Diane Smith)
- Playing with Fire: Part 2 (1989) ... Dr. Alex 'Fraser' Elliott (as Diane Smith)
 1992 The Distant Home (TV Movie)
Maria Harrison (as Diane Smith)
 1992 Mad Bomber in Love
Caller (voice, as Diane Smith)
 1991 Hey Dad..! (TV Series)
Avril Connaught
- Top Dad (1991) ... Avril Connaught
 1990 The Flying Doctors (TV Series)
Celia Sexton
- The Family Farm (1990) ... Celia Sexton (as Diane Smith)
 1987 Twelfth Night
Party Guest
 1985 Emoh Ruo
Cheryl Mason
 1982-1984 Kingswood Country (TV Series)
Sarah / Pregnant Girl
- Red Faced Brigade (1984) ... Sarah (as Diane Smith)
- Briefcase Encounter (1982) ... Pregnant Girl (as Diane Smith)
 1980 Young Ramsay (TV Series)
Nurse
- Bailed Up (1980) ... Nurse
 1979 Skyways (TV Series)
Meg Robinson
- Runaway (1979) ... Meg Robinson (as Diane Smith)
 1979 The Dolebludgers (TV Movie)
Debbie Price (as Diane Smith)
 1977 The Restless Years (TV Series)
Jenny Harper (as Diane Smith)
Show Show Producer (3 credits)
Show Show Production manager (1 credit)
Show Show Self (3 credits)

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Alternate Names:

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Sydney, Australia: Campaigning for Australian Labor Party endorsement to stand for a seat in the Australian Parliament. See more »

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