Georgie Parker

Australia - NSW

Specialty Areas

With 2 Gold Logies and 5 Silver Logies to her name there are few brighter stars in Australian television and theatre than Georgie Parker. Georgie's portrayal of Terri in the long running television drama, "All Saints", won her the hearts of Australians - who already knew of her talents from roles in "GP" and "A Country Practice".

Since finishing " All Saints" (May 2005), Georgie's star has continued to rise. She has starred in "Scenes from a Separation" with the Sydney Theatre Company and "Chapter Two" at the Ensemble Theatre and appeared alongside Susan Sarandon in the international feature film, "Irresistible". She shot the tele movie "Loss" in Melbourne followed by "The Step Father of the Bride" to air on ABC in 2006. Georgie also hosts Fox Classics on Foxtel and presents Channel 7's "Medical Emergency".

She was recently delighted to be invited to become a regular presenter on "Playschool".

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