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  • Theatre:
  • "Girl Talk" (Australia wide October 2000 to June 2001)
  • "The Falls" (Griffin Theatre Company)
  • "Fred" and "After The Ball" (STC)
  • Best Actress Awards for Joy Gresham in "Shadowlands" and Dr Georgeous in "The Sisters Rosenweig".
  • Variety Club Award for "They're Playing Our Song".
  • (stage) Original Australian Cast of "They're Playing Our Song" (early 1980s)
  • Currently (Oct 2004) appearing in Reg Cribb's play, "Last Cab to Darwin", with Sean Taylor and Barry Otto.
  • (April 2002) : Appeared in David Williamson's play "Soulmates" (2002) with Sean Taylor. (Sydney Opera House Drama Theater, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).
  • (1986) Music video for John Farnham's 'You're the Voice' along with ex-husband Derryn Hinch.
  • (2007) Published memoir: "Much Love, Jac" by Allen & Unwin.
  • (7 June to 20 July 2013) Production: "Solomon and Marion" as Marion at the Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio, Melbourne.
  • (1966) She acted in the play, "Lady Precious Stream," and "Little Red Riding Hood," in an Arts Council production tour around New South Wales Schools in Australia.
  • (1967) She played the lead juvenile in the radio serial, "A Taste for the Blue Ribbon," for ABC (Australian Broadcasting Company) Radio in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1966) She played Dinah in Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Schoolmistress," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Clarissa Kaye, Deirdre Rubenstein and Helen Morse in the cast. Alex Hay was director. Kate Fitzpatrick was her understudy.
  • (1963) She played Gadget in the pantomime, "Once Upon a Surfie," at the Palace Theatre, Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Patricia Amphlett "Little Pattie;" Lucky Starr; Dig Richards; Rob EG and Bryan Davis in the cast.
  • (1968) She played Dolly in George Bernard Shaw's play, "You Can Never Tell," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Ross Thompson in the cast. Jim Sharman was director.
  • (1966) She played the title role in James Barrie's play, "Peter Pan," at the Independent Theatre in North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John McCallum (John); David Goddard (Captain Hook) and Bill Shanahan (Smee the boatswain) in the cast.
  • (1964) She played Jill in the pantomime, "Mother Goose and the Three Stooges," at the Palace Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1965) Radio Voice Actor for ABC (Australian Broadcasting Radio) in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1968) She played Louise in Moliere's play, "The Imaginary Invalid," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Ron Haddrick (Argan, the invalid); Helen Morse; Kirrily Nolan and Jennifer Hagen in the cast. Robin Lovejoy was director.
  • (1969) She played Nancy in Ann Jellicoe's play, "The Knack," at the Hobart Theatre Royal in Hobart Theatre Royal in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Rod Morice was producer.
  • (March 6, 1970) She played Aurora in Terence Frisby's play, "The Bandwagon," at the Phillip Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Peggy Mount in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.
  • (1967) She played Marian in Noel Coward's play, "Hay Fever," at the Marian Street Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1962) She played the title role in the play, "Cinderella," at the Phillip Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Bryan Davies (Prince Charming); Neva Carr Glynn (Wicked Sister); Dolores Whiteman (Wicked Sister); Janet Brown; Robina Beard and Earle Cross in the cast. Bill Orr was writer, producer and director. Dot Mendoza was musical director. Eric Duckworth was producer.
  • (1966) She acted in the satirical revue, "Ten Bob in Kitty," at the Copenhagen Theatre Restaurant in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1967) She played a twelve year old boy in the play, "The Runaway Steamboat," at the Adelaide Festival in Adelaide, South Australia.
  • (1971) She played a husband Swapper in Jack Hibberd's play, "Customs and Excise," at the Nimrod Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1971) She played Fiona in David Williamson's play, "The Removalists," at the Nimrod Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. John Bell was casting director.
  • (1971) She played Polly Eccles in T.W. Robertson's play, "Caste," at the Marian Street Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1977) She played Natasha in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Bell; Anna Volska; Tony Llewellyn-Jones; Drew Forsythe; Maggie Blinco and Peter Carroll in the cast.
  • (1969) She acted in Alan Plater's play, "See The Pretty Lights," at the Q Lunchtime Theatre at Circular Quay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Derum in the cast.
  • (1972) She played several roles in Bob Ellis and Michael Boddy's play, "Legend of King O'Malley," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Reg Livermore; Chris Haywood; Bob Hornery; Terence Clarke; Edwin Hodgeman; Bill Qua; Jane Harders and Sandra McGregor in the cast. The company toured to Auckland, New Zealand for the Arts Festival in Suva.
  • (1969) She acted in Harold Pinter's play, "The Applicant," at the Q Lunchtime Theatre at Circular Quay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Derum in the cast.
  • (1965) She recorded "Something's Got A Hold On Me," for Linda Lee Records in Australia.
  • (1976) She played Stella in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Robyn Nevins (Blanche) and Hugh Keays-Byrne (Stanley) in the cast. Richard Wherrett was director.
  • (1972) She played young Ursula in Peter Nichols' play, "Forget-Me-Not-Lane," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Ruth Cracknell and Drew Forsythe in the cast. The company also toured nationally.
  • (1977) She participated in the Australian National Playwrights Conference. Richard Wherrett was director.
  • (1971) She played Sharon the Rugby League Maid," in Alex Buzo's play, "The Roy Murphy Show," at the Nimrod Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Wood in the cast.
  • (1976) She played the title role in the Jerome Kern musical, "Roberta," with John Farnham in the cast.
  • (1971) She played an 80 year old tuba-playing granny in Tom Stoppard's play, "After Magritte," at the Nimrod Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Larry Eastwood was director.
  • (1973) She played Tom's wife in Alex Buzo's play, "Tom," at the Nimrod Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (1987) She played Sheila in Peter Nichols' play, "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia with Bruce MIles and Nadine Garner in the cast. Simon Phillips was director.
  • (1978) She played Blue Velvet in Tim Gooding's play, "Rockola," at the Nimrod Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and Adelaide Festival, Adelaide, South Australia.
  • (1990) She played Felicity in Nick Enright's play, "Daylight Saving," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia with John O'May and Tony Sheldon in the cast.
  • (1974) She played Rosaline in William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labour's Lost," at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia wit John Bell (Berowne) in the cast. William Gaskill was director.
  • (1987) She played Elvira in Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
  • (1984) She played Billie Dawn in Garson Kanin's play, "Born Yesterday," in a Sydney Theatre Company production at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Gary Files and John Allen (journalist Paul Verrall) in the cast. Richard Wherrett was director.
  • (1990) She played Melissa in A.R. Gurney's play, "Love Letters," at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Waters in the cast.
  • (1983) She played Billie Dawn in Garson Kanin's play, "Born Yesterday," at the Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia with Brian Marshall, Duncan Wass and Neil Fitzpatrick in the cast. Gordon Hunt was director. Roger Kirk was set designer. Taylor Owynns was her understudy.
  • (1985) She played Annie in Tom Stoppard's play, "The Real Thing," in a Sydney Theatre Company production at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Bell (Henry) in the cast.
  • (1987) She played Kate in David Williamson's play, "Emerald City," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  • (1980 to 1981) She played Sonia in the musical, "They're Playing Our Song," with John Waters in the cast. Neil Simon was writer. Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sager were composers and lyricists. JC Williamson was director. Philip Cusack was director. Robyn Moase was choreographer. Dale Ringland was music director. Bob Tasman Smith was her singing coach.
  • (1991) She played Joy Gresham in William Nicholson's play, "Shadowlands," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with John Bell (CS Lewis) in the cast.
  • (1990) She played Chris in Neil Simon's play, "Rumours," in a Garry Penney Productions with Lynda Stoner in the cast.
  • (1978) She played Kate in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Bedroom Farce," at the Elizabethan Theatre Trust.
  • (1986) She played Doreen in Alan Bleasdale's play, "Having a Ball," at the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust at the Atheneaum Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Googie Withers, John McCallum, David Ross, Maggie Dence in the cast. David Ross was also director.
  • (2003 to 2004) She played six roles in Reg Cribb's play. "Last Cab to Darwin," in a Jeremy Sims' Pork Chop Productions at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and twenty venue Australian city tour.
  • (1995) She played the ex-wife of a fading rock star in John Waters and Stewart D'Arrietta's musical, "Reunion," in a three months Australian National Tour. Fiona "Fizzy" Waters was stage manager. Peter Neufeld was lighting designer.
  • (2000 to 2001) She played Julie in Patrick Edgeworth's play, "Girl Talk," for Hit Productions in sixty-nine venues with Christen O'Leary in the cast. They toured from Mount Isa to Werribee. They performed at The Playhouse and His Majesty's Theatre both in Perth; the Glen Street Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Darwin; Theatre Royal in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; His Majesty's Theatre in Ballarat; Comedy Theatre in Melbourne, Victoria; Albany; Mandurah; Geraldton; Port Hedland; Broome; Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton, Mackay and Nambout all in Queensland; Chinchilla; Capella; Toowoomba; Charter Towers; Larratha, Western Australia; Kalgoorlie; Esperance; Carnarvon; Proserpine; Alice Springs; Dubbo; Bathurst; Wonthaggi; and others.
  • (1993) She played Coral in Michael Gow's play, "Away," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Nick Enright (Roy); David Campbell (Tom); Beth Champion (Meg); Maggie Dence (Meg's mother); Graham Rouse (Meg's father); John Hamblin (Tom's father); Julie Hamilton (Tom's mother) in the cast. Wayne Harrison was director.
  • (1998) She played younger and older versions of Judy in David Williamson's play, "After the Ball," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales. Australia.
  • (2000) She played Fleur in Beatrix Christian's play, "Old Masters," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Max Cullen in the cast.
  • (1999) She played Celia in Simon Brett's play, "Silhouette," at the Marian Street Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (2002) She played a South African Jewish woman in Ros Horin's verbatim theatre piece, "Through the Wire," at the Sydney Festival at Parramatta in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • (2000) She played Nellie in Hillary and Lucy Bell's play, "The Falls," at the Stables for Griffin Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. John Bell was director.
  • (2001) She played Heather in David Williamson's play, "Soulmates," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria and at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with William Zappia in the cast. Gale Edwards was director.
  • (1997) She played Bea in Katherine Thompson's play, "Navigating," in Queensland Theatre Company in Brisbane, Queensland and Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia with Janet Andrewartha in the cast. Richard Wherrett was director.
  • (1992) She played Ouisa in John Guare's play, "Six Degrees of Separation," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Dhobi Oparei in the cast. Wayne Harrison was director.
  • (2004 to 2006) She played in Robert Hewett's one woman play, "The Blonde, The Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead," for eight weeks for the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and an Australian Tour in 2006).
  • (1994) She played Dr. Gorgeous in Wendy Wasserstein's play, "The Sisters Rosensweig," at the Melbourne Theatre Company in Melbourne, Victoria and Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia with Genevieve Picot, Judi Farr, Max Gillies, Tony Sheldon, Rachel Griffiths and Gerald Lepkowski in the cast.
  • (2000) She acted in Jonathan Biggins, Andrew Ross and Drew Forsythe's play, "The Wharf Review," at the Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Graham Willis was wardrobe coordinator.
  • (2003 to 2004) She played Elaine, Bobbi and Jeannette in Neil Simon's play, "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," in a Hit Productions in an Australian national tour of sixty-two venues with Max Gillies in the cast. Jennifer Hagan was director.

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