|born on||1 April 1973 at 00:04 (= 12:04 AM )|
|Place||Brisbane, Australia, 27s28, 153e02|
|Timezone||AEST h10e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||10°43' 03°23 Asc. 22°50'|
Australian actor and businesswoman, head of international operations based in the US for Australian designer Leona Edmiston.
A lovely child whose mother was a hairdresser, she was signed to a modeling agency at age three. By the time she was six, she was featured in television commercials. With acting, singing and dancing lessons to her credit, she landed a role at age 10 in the children's television series "Professor Poopsnaggle." Smitten by the acting bug, she left school to follow her dream of an acting career. In 1991, she performed in "Flirting" with higher profile stars like Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts. That same year, she landed a role in the mini series "Brides of Christ" with Watts and Russell Crowe. She was a smash and won a Logie the following year for Most Popular New Talent. A year later she received a nod from the International Emmys when she was nominated for an award. Not content with TV and film, she appeared on stage in the Sydney Theatre Company's production of "The Crucible." She followed it by taking on a recurring role for the next two years in a soap opera, "Country Practice." She kept busy over the next several years, appearing in various films, TV series and interviews.
In November 1997, she was ensconced in a scandal when she and her boyfriend became the last two people to see Michael Hutchence alive. The duo had visited him in his hotel room just 10 hours before his death. Unwanted media attention forced her to flee to the US where she studied acting and took on a variety of acting stints. She began to write about her experiences in Hollywood and several of her columns appeared in New Idea magazine. In December 2001 she was back in Australia, appearing in a stage production of "Secret Bridesmaid's Business."
- lover relationship with Hutchence, Michael (born 22 January 1960)
- Work : Gain social status 1991 ("Flirting" and mini-series "Brides of Christ")
Sy Scholfield quotes birth notice in Brisbane newspaper, the “Courier-Mail” (2 April 1973, p. 22) which states “born 12.4 a.m. 1.4.1973.”
- Family : Relationship : Mate - Noted (Affair with Michael Hutchence)
- Vocation : Beauty : Model
- Vocation : Business : Middle Management
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Vocation : Entertainment : Child performer (commercials)