Australian movie stars born in 1966

Here are 6 famous actresses from Australia were born in 1966:

Kylie Travis

Kylie Travis (April 27, 1966 London-) also known as Kylie Travis Cappelli is an Australian actor and model.

She began her career in Australia, appearing in popular soap operas like "The Sullivans" and "Neighbours." Travis then gained international recognition for her role in the hit TV series "Dynasty" as the character Alexis Carrington's long-lost daughter, Joey. She also appeared in several films, including "The Sisterhood," "The Immortals," and "Murder In Mind." In addition to her acting career, Travis is a talented artist and operates her own art school in Los Angeles. She has also written a book about her battle with breast cancer titled "The Valley of the Shadow of Death: A Tale of Cancer, Love, and Survival."

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Kate Ceberano

Kate Ceberano (November 17, 1966 Melbourne-) also known as Kate Cerberano or Ceberano, Kate is an Australian singer, songwriter and actor. She has one child, Gypsy Rogers.

Kate Ceberano has had a successful career since the 1980s, winning multiple awards including ARIA Awards and Logie Awards. She is known for her versatile voice and has released numerous albums in various genres including pop, jazz, and soul. Ceberano has also appeared on stage in musicals such as "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "South Pacific". Additionally, she has made appearances as a judge on Australian reality talent shows such as "The Voice" and "It Takes Two". Ceberano is also a philanthropist and advocate for various causes including youth mental health and women's rights. She was awarded the Order of Australia in 2016 for her contributions to the arts and charity work.

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Celia Ireland

Celia Ireland (May 16, 1966 Newcastle-) is an Australian actor and voice actor.

She is most known for her role as Liz Birdsworth in the TV series "Wentworth", which she played from 2013 to 2019. Ireland began her acting career on stage, performing in productions such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "The Tempest". In the early 2000s, she began transitioning to television and film work, and appeared in the Australian TV series "All Saints" and "Home and Away". In addition to her acting work, Ireland is also a voice actor, lending her voice to video games, animated television shows, and audio dramas.

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Kelley Abbey

Kelley Abbey (July 28, 1966 Inala-) is an Australian actor, theatre director, choreographer and dancer.

Abbey was a member of the original cast of the Australian version of the musical Cats and its dance captain, and went on to perform in numerous other Australian and international musicals, including Grease, 42nd Street and Fame. In addition to theatre work, Abbey has appeared in several Australian TV shows, such as Dancing with the Stars, and choreographed for TV including So You Think You Can Dance Australia, X Factor and Australian Idol. Abbey has also directed and choreographed numerous theatre productions, winning several awards for her work. She is known for her emphasis on creating opportunities for young dancers and promoting the importance of dance education in Australia.

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Sally Boyden

Sally Boyden (May 21, 1966 Australia-) also known as Boyden, Sally is an Australian singer, actor and songwriter.

She first rose to fame in the 1980s as a presenter on the Australian children's show "Simon Townsend's Wonder World!" and went on to release her own music, including the hit song "He's My Guy" in 1988. Boyden also appeared in several popular Australian TV shows and films, including "Neighbours" and "The Man from Snowy River II". In addition to her performing career, Boyden has been involved in various charitable works, including as an ambassador for the Fred Hollows Foundation.

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Fiona Horne

Fiona Horne (June 24, 1966 Sydney-) is an Australian singer, author, actor and musician.

She was the lead singer of the Australian electro-rock band Def FX. After the band disbanded in 1997, Horne began a solo music career and released several albums. She is also the author of several books on witchcraft and spirituality, including "Witch: A Personal Journey" and "The Naked Witch". Horne has appeared on several television shows, including "Celebrity Apprentice Australia" and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills". She is also an avid surfer and has been a member of the Women's Pipeline Surf Club in Hawaii.

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