Australian movie stars born in 1950

Here are 6 famous actresses from Australia were born in 1950:

Sandy Gore

Sandy Gore (June 28, 1950 Sydney-) also known as Sandra Michelle Gore is an Australian actor and voice actor. She has one child, Augusta Miller.

Sandy Gore began her acting career on stage in the 1970s before transitioning to film and television. Some of her most notable performances include her roles on the Australian TV series "Prisoner," "SeaChange," and "The Saddle Club." She has also appeared in several films, including "Flirting" and "The Eye of the Storm."

Gore has received numerous accolades for her work, including three Logie Awards, two AFI Awards, and a Helpmann Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Play. In addition to her acting work, Gore has also lent her voice to several animated TV series, including "Blinky Bill" and "The Magic Pudding."

Outside of acting, Sandy Gore is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken publicly about her own struggles with depression.

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Belinda Giblin

Belinda Giblin (March 2, 1950 Tamworth-) is an Australian actor. She has two children, Romy Bartz and Nicholas Bartz.

Belinda Giblin started her acting career in the late 1960s, appearing in various theatrical productions before making her television debut in 1975 with the Australian soap opera "The Box". She then went on to star in several other Australian TV shows, including "Prisoner", "Sons and Daughters", and "A Country Practice".

Aside from her TV work, Giblin has also acted in numerous stage productions, including several productions of "The Vagina Monologues" and "Mamma Mia!". She has also appeared in feature films, such as "The Castle" and "The Eye of the Storm".

In addition to her acting career, Giblin has been an active member of the Australian entertainment industry, serving as the President of the Actors' Equity union and a board member for the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. She has also been involved with various charities, including the Breast Cancer Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

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Colleen Hewett

Colleen Hewett (April 16, 1950 Bendigo-) also known as Hewett, Colleen is an Australian singer and actor.

She rose to fame in the 1970s as a pop singer, with hits such as "Day by Day" and "Dreaming My Dreams with You". She has also performed in musical theatre productions, including the original Australian production of "The Rocky Horror Show" and the Australian premiere production of "Mamma Mia!". Hewett has won several awards throughout her career, including three Logie Awards for her work on television shows. In addition to her performing career, she has also been involved in charity work, particularly for organizations that support children with disabilities.

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Jan Cornall

Jan Cornall (August 17, 1950 Melbourne-) is an Australian singer, comedian, actor and writer.

She is known for her work in creating interdisciplinary performance works that fuse music, spoken word and visual art. Cornall has released four albums of original music and has toured widely in Australia and overseas. As a writer, she has published poetry, fiction and non-fiction, including a memoir titled "Take Me To Paradise". She has also worked extensively as a creative writing teacher, leading workshops and retreats in Australia, Bali and Bhutan. Cornall is the founder of Writer's Journey, a unique method that combines mindfulness meditation and creative writing.

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Belinda Bauer

Belinda Bauer (June 13, 1950 Australia-) otherwise known as Belinda Jane Taubman or Belinda Taubman is an Australian actor, psychologist, model and ballet dancer.

She is best known for her work in Australian television, including her role as Elizabeth Walpole in the soap opera "Neighbours" and as Detective Senior Constable P.J. Hasham in the police drama "City Homicide." Bauer has also made appearances in international films, including "Wolf Creek" and "The Sum of Us." Alongside her acting career, Bauer has also worked as a psychologist and has published several books on mental health. She began her career as a ballet dancer before branching out into modeling and acting. Despite her success, Bauer has faced personal struggles, including battles with addiction and mental illness. She remains a respected figure in the Australian entertainment industry.

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Valli Kemp

Valli Kemp (November 19, 1950 Kenya-) is an Australian actor, model, fashion designer, painter and teacher.

She is best known for her appearances in films such as "The Man from Hong Kong" (1975) and "The Last Wave" (1977). Kemp started her career at the age of 16 as a model in Australia before moving to London where she worked alongside Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton and other famous models. She then turned to acting, working in Europe and eventually landing her breakout role in "The Man from Hong Kong" which was a commercial success. Throughout her career, Kemp also designed her own clothing line and pursued her passion for painting. In 2001, she began teaching fine art at a tertiary level and continues to teach to this day.

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