Welcome to my site!

To give you a brief “thumbnail” of who I am:

I’m a combo of Australian and English – born and bred in England, I married and spent 24 years in Australia, where I raised my family and wriggled my way into the Australian TV and film industry. I played Dr Beverly Marshall, married to Jim Robinson (Alan Dale) in 'Neighbours'; and was co-lead in a film which was magical to be in: 'Cool Change'. Set in the 'High Country' in the South East – the stunning mountains of Victoria – I played the role of single mum, Jo Regan. Jo apparently runs a mountain cattle farm virtually single handed, and still finds time to fight 'the Greenies', cook roasts and fall in love with the local ranger – the late Jon Blake. If you love the Australian countryside and a good romance, watch it!

Back in the UK by the end of 2003, I rediscovered theatre, especially comedy. I’ve played opposite Joe McGann in the comedy No Expense Spared at the Jermyn Street Theatre, near Piccadilly, understudied Celia Imrie in the West End (in Plague Over England); and most recently toured to Australia in Hay Fever with Felicity Kendal, in the role of the eccentric housekeeper Clara, (who ran the household, as far as Clara was concerned).

I’ve also recorded many short stories. Check out a few on including my own story, The Snowflake.

Want to know more? Go my Interviews page.

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