Australian movie stars born in 1977

Here are 12 famous actresses from Australia were born in 1977:

Gigi Edgley

Gigi Edgley (November 16, 1977 Perth-) also known as Pip or Gigi Edgeley is an Australian actor, singer, songwriter and musician.

She is best known for her role as Chiana on the science fiction TV series Farscape. Edgley has been performing since she was a child, and studied at the Queensland University of Technology where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in drama. In addition to her acting career, she has released several albums and performed in various musicals, including playing the lead role of Judy Garland in The Boy from Oz. Edgley is also a talented martial artist and has trained in various styles including karate, kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. She has appeared in several other TV shows and films including Beastmaster and Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge.

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Ada Nicodemou

Ada Nicodemou (May 14, 1977 Larnaca-) a.k.a. ada_nicodemou is an Australian actor. She has one child, Johnas Xipolitas.

Nicodemou is best known for her role as Leah Patterson on the long-running Australian soap opera, "Home and Away." She first joined the show in 2000, and has since become a beloved and iconic character on the series.

Aside from her work on "Home and Away," Nicodemou has also appeared in a number of other TV shows and films in Australia, including "Heartbreak High," "Police Rescue," and "The Matrix Reloaded."

In addition to her acting career, Nicodemou is an advocate for several charities and causes, including organizations that support women's health and children's welfare. She has received numerous accolades for her philanthropic work.

Nicodemou is of Greek Cypriot descent and was born in Cyprus, but moved to Australia with her family at a young age. Prior to her acting career, she worked as a model and as a presenter on the children's show "Saturday Disney."

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Kym Valentine

Kym Valentine (May 24, 1977 Sydney-) is an Australian actor.

She is best known for her role as Libby Kennedy in the popular Australian soap opera, Neighbours. She first joined the cast in 1994 and continued to play the character on and off until 2011, becoming one of the longest-serving cast members in the show's history.

Valentine's acting career began at a young age when she was accepted into the McDonald College of Performing Arts in Sydney. She later went on to study acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney.

In addition to her work on Neighbours, Valentine has appeared in a number of other Australian television shows, including Blue Heelers, Halifax f.p., and Something in the Air. She has also had roles in several films, including Cut and Six Months Later.

Outside of acting, Valentine is an advocate for mental health awareness and has been open about her struggles with mental illness. She has also been involved in various charitable organizations and initiatives, including the Starlight Children's Foundation and the Cancer Council.

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Freya Stafford

Freya Stafford (January 21, 1977 Hobart-) a.k.a. freya_stafford is an Australian actor.

She first gained recognition for her role as Rosie Hoyland on the Australian soap opera "Neighbours" from 2004 to 2007. Stafford has also appeared in other Australian television shows such as "All Saints," "The Alice," and "Winners & Losers." In addition to her television work, she has also acted in films such as "The Model," "Redd Inc.," and "Ghost Rider." Stafford has been nominated for several awards for her performances, including the Logie Award for Most Popular New Female Talent. Outside of acting, she is known for her work as an ambassador for Oxfam Australia and supporting various charitable causes.

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Alexandra Davies

Alexandra Davies (March 8, 1977 Newcastle upon Tyne-) a.k.a. Alex Davies or Alexandra Elizabeth Davies is an Australian actor.

She is best known for her roles in Australian television shows such as "Pacific Drive", "All Saints", and "Packed to the Rafters". Davies also had a recurring role on the popular Australian drama series "Home and Away" playing the character of Trish James. In addition to her television work, she has also appeared in several feature films including "The Bet" and "Ghost Machine". Prior to becoming an actor, Davies was a model and appeared in various commercials and print advertisements.

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Nina Liu

Nina Liu (June 15, 1977 Sydney-) is an Australian actor.

She is best known for her role as Keisha in the feature film "The Piano" (1993), for which she received critical acclaim and won the Best Supporting Actress award at the New Zealand Film and Television Awards. Liu began acting at the age of six and made her professional debut at the age of nine in the television series "Come Midnight Monday" (1982). She has since appeared in numerous film and television productions, including "The Monkey's Mask" (2000), "All Saints" (2002-2004), and "Dance Academy" (2010-2013). Liu has also worked as a drama teacher and mentor for young actors, and is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry.

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Zoe Naylor

Zoe Naylor (July 4, 1977 Sydney-) is an Australian actor, journalist, model, presenter, master of ceremonies and voice actor.

She is best known for her roles in the TV shows McLeod's Daughters, All Saints and Packed to the Rafters. Naylor began her career as a model before transitioning into acting. In addition to her work in television, she has also appeared in several films including, The Reef and Angel of Death. As a journalist, she has worked for several publications including Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan. Naylor is also involved in various philanthropic activities and serves as an ambassador for several charities. She is married and has two children.

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Sarah Monahan

Sarah Monahan (April 12, 1977 Sydney-) is an Australian actor and child actor.

She is best known for her role as "Gladys" in the hit Australian TV series "Hey Dad..!" which aired from 1987-1994. Monahan began her acting career at the age of five and went on to appear in several TV shows and films. After her time on "Hey Dad..!", Monahan stepped away from acting and pursued other career opportunities. In recent years, she has become an advocate for child safety and has spoken out about her experiences of abuse on the set of "Hey Dad..!". She has also authored a book, "Allegedly", which details her time in the entertainment industry and the abuse she endured.

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Kathleen de Leon Jones

Kathleen de Leon Jones (September 1, 1977 Manila-) also known as Kathleen De Leon is an Australian singer, actor and dancer.

She is best known for her role as the pink Power Ranger, in the television series "Power Rangers" between 1994 and 1995. Kathleen was born in Manila, Philippines, but migrated to Adelaide, Australia with her family when she was ten years old. She rose to fame at the age of 17 when she became a member of the all-female pop group Hi-5 in 1998, which enjoyed success in Australia, as well as other countries including the United States and the United Kingdom. Kathleen was with Hi-5 for eight years, during which she released several albums, performed countless shows, and won multiple awards. Since leaving Hi-5, she has continued to pursue her passion for music, acting, and dancing. She has released her own solo album, appeared in numerous Australian television series and stage productions, and has also become an ambassador for the charity organization, World Vision.

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Imogen Bailey

Imogen Bailey (July 7, 1977 Canberra-) is an Australian musician, model, actor and singer.

Imogen Bailey's career began in 1998 when she became a housemate on the Australian reality show, "Big Brother". After her stint on the show, she began working as a model and appeared in various men's magazines such as FHM and Maxim. Bailey then went on to pursue a career in music, releasing her debut album in 2003 titled "Spiral".

Alongside her music career, Bailey has also ventured into acting with roles in Australian TV shows such as "Neighbours" and "All Saints". She also starred in the horror film "Ghosts of Goldfield" in 2007.

In addition to her entertainment career, Bailey is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken publicly about her own experiences with depression.

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Rebecca St. James

Rebecca St. James (July 26, 1977 Sydney-) a.k.a. Rebecca St James, Rebecca St.James, Saint James, Rebecca, Rebecca Jean Smallbone, Becca or Bec is an Australian writer, singer, actor, author, artist, songwriter, musician, activist, singer-songwriter and music artist.

She started her music career at the age of 16 with her self-titled album "Rebecca St. James" in 1994. She subsequently released multiple albums including "God" (1996), "Pray" (1998), and "Transform" (2000), for which she won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album. The album "Pray" also earned her a Dove Award for Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year.

In addition to her music career, St. James has also acted in several films including "Unidentified" (2006) and "Sarah's Choice" (2009), as well as making appearances in television shows like "Touched by an Angel" and "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys". She is also an author, having written books on faith and spirituality such as "Wait for Me: Rediscovering the Joy of Purity in Romance" and "Pure: A 90-Day Devotional for the Mind, the Body & the Spirit".

St. James is a strong advocate for abstinence and has spoken to young people around the world on this topic. She is also involved in humanitarian efforts, primarily through her work with Compassion International, which provides aid and support to children living in poverty.

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Tanja Liedtke

Tanja Liedtke (October 6, 1977 Stuttgart-August 17, 2007 Sydney) was an Australian choreographer, actor and dancer.

Born to German parents, Tanja Liedtke grew up in Hills District, Sydney. She began ballet lessons at the age of nine and later studied contemporary dance at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. After graduating, Liedtke performed with Australian dance companies such as Dance North and Australian Dance Theatre.

Liedtke gained international recognition in 2007 when she was appointed the new artistic director of the Sydney Dance Company, succeeding Graeme Murphy. Unfortunately, just a few months after her appointment, Liedtke was tragically killed in a road accident in Sydney at the age of 29.

Despite her short career, Liedtke was noted for her innovative and playful choreography, which combined classical technique with contemporary movements. Her works continue to be performed by companies around the world, including the Sydney Dance Company, which dedicated an annual choreographic award in her name.

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