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My Brilliant Career (17-Aug-1979)

Director: Gillian Armstrong

Writer: Eleanor Witcombe

From novel by: Miles Franklin

Producer: Margaret Fink

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Judy Davis
Actor
23-Apr-1955   A Passage to India
Wendy Hughes
Actor
29-Jul-1952 8-Mar-2014 Careful, He Might Hear You
Sam Neill
Actor
14-Sep-1947   Played Reilly, Ace of Spies

CAST

Judy Davis   ...   Sybylla Melvyn
Sam Neill   ...   Harry Beecham
Wendy Hughes   ...   Aunt Helen
Robert Grubb   ...   Frank Hawden
Max Cullen   ...   Mr. McSwat
Aileen Britton   ...   Grandma Bossier
Peter Whitford   ...   Uncle Julius
and
Patricia Kennedy   ...   Aunt Gussie
Possum Gully
Alan Hopgood   ...   Father
Julia Blake   ...   Mother
David Franklin   ...   Horace
Marion Shad   ...   Gertie
Aaron Wood   ...   Stanley
Sue Davies   ...   Aurora
Gordon Piper   ...   Barman
James Moss   ...   Pub drinker
Caddagat
Bill Charlton   ...   Joe
Suzanne Roylance   ...   Biddy
Zelda Smith   ...   Ethel
Bobbie Ward   ...   Mrs. Butler
Five Bob Downs
Basil Clarke   ...   Butler
Amanda Pratt   ...   Blanche Derrick
Dorothy St. Heaps   ...   Mrs. Derrick
Gerry Duggan   ...   Squatter
Babs McMillan   ...   Miss Benson
McSwatts
Carole Skinner   ...   Mrs. McSwatt
Tony Hughes   ...   Peter
Tina Robinson Hansen   ...   Lizer
Aaron Corrin   ...   Jimmy
Sharon Crouch   ...   Sarah
Robert Austin   ...   Willie
Mark Spain   ...   Tommy
Simone Buchanan   ...   Mary Anne
Hayley-Joye   ...   Rosie Jane
Kathleen Percival   ...   Baby

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