Australian movie stars born in 1933

Here are 5 famous actresses from Australia were born in 1933:

Monica Maughan

Monica Maughan (September 15, 1933 Nuku Ľalofa-January 8, 2010 Melbourne) also known as Monica Cresswell Wood or Monica Wood was an Australian actor. She had three children, Olivia Ball, Ruth Ball and Susannah Ball.

Maughan was born in Tonga to an Australian father and a Tongan mother, but she was brought up in New Zealand. After finishing her education, she moved to London to pursue an acting career. She appeared in numerous productions in London's West End before moving to Australia in 1963. In Australia, Maughan became a well-known face on television and stage, appearing in popular programs such as "Bellbird", "The Sullivans", and "Division 4". She also appeared in feature films including "Careful, He Might Hear You" and "Man of Flowers".

In recognition of her contribution to Australian theatre, Maughan was inducted into the Victorian Theatre Hall of Fame in 2006. She continued to act until shortly before her death in 2010 at the age of 76.

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Zoe Caldwell

Zoe Caldwell (September 14, 1933 Melbourne-) otherwise known as Ada Caldwell or Zoe Caldwell, OBE is an Australian actor and voice actor. She has two children, Charles Whitehead and William "Sam" Whitehead.

Caldwell began her career on the stage in Australia before moving to New York City in the 1960s. She quickly gained critical acclaim for her performances in various Broadway productions, including "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," "Master Class," and "Medea," for which she won four Tony Awards. She also appeared in several films and television shows, including "The Purple Rose of Cairo" and "Birth." In addition to her successful acting career, Caldwell also worked as a director and teacher at various institutions, including the Juilliard School and the National Institute of Dramatic Art. In recognition of her contributions to the performing arts, she was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1985. Caldwell retired from acting in 2006, but her legacy as one of the greatest stage actresses of her generation continues to live on.

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Diane Cilento

Diane Cilento (October 5, 1933 Mooloolaba-October 6, 2011 Cairns) was an Australian actor and author. She had two children, Jason Connery and Giovanna Margaret Volpe.

Cilento made her stage debut in 1946 and performed in numerous productions in London's West End. She later transitioned to film and television roles and received critical acclaim for her performance in the 1961 film "The Spiral Staircase". Cilento was also nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role in the 1963 film "Tom Jones". In addition to her acting career, she was a prolific writer and wrote several plays, novels, and memoirs. Cilento was also known for her activism and was involved in the women's liberation movement and environmental causes.

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Jill Perryman

Jill Perryman (May 30, 1933 Melbourne-) is an Australian actor. Her child is called Tod Johnston.

Jill Perryman is known for her extensive career in the Australian entertainment industry. She began her career as a singer, performing in various musical theatre productions. She is best remembered for her role as Marjorie in the original Australian production of the musical "The Sound of Music". She also appeared in other productions such as "My Fair Lady" and "Hello Dolly!".

In addition to her career in theatre, Perryman has also had success on television and in film. She appeared in the hit Australian television show "Prisoner" as well as in several films including "Dimboola" and "The Clinic".

Perryman has been honored for her contributions to the arts with several awards, including an OAM for services to the performing arts. She remains a beloved icon in the Australian entertainment industry.

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Patricia Conolly

Patricia Conolly (August 29, 1933 Tabora-) also known as Pat Connolly is an Australian actor.

She is best known for her work in theater, specifically for her performances on Broadway. Some of her notable roles include Mrs. Higgins in "My Fair Lady," Mrs. Higgins in "Pygmalion," and Miss Prism in "The Importance of Being Earnest." Conolly has also done some television work, with appearances on shows such as "Law & Order" and "Third Watch." She has received numerous honors during her career, including a Tony Award nomination for her role in "Enchanted April." Conolly is known for her precise and nuanced portrayals, and is considered to be one of the great character actresses of her time.

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