Top 20 TV Actress celebrities in Australia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 TV Actress celebrities [Updated August 18, 2022].
Asher Keddie was born
on July 31, 1974
in Melbourne, Australia.
Television actress best known for her role as Dr. Nina Proudman on the Network Ten Drama Offspring. Asher Keddie's role on Offspring has earned her multiple Logie Awards for Most Popular Actress. Asher Keddie initially gained fame for her leading role on the series Love My Way.
Asher Keddie began her career in 1998 with the Melbourne Theatre Company's production of Closer. Later, Asher Keddie starred in Cyrano de Bergerac, Les Liaisons dangereuses, and other classics.
Net Worth 2020: $6 Million
Viva Bianca was born
on November 17, 1983
Most well known for her portrayal of Ilithyia in the Starz series Spartacus: War of the Damned, Bianca is also recognized for her guest spots on Blue Heelers, All Saints, and The Strip.
Viva Bianca's film credits include roles in The Reckoning (2014), Scorned (2013), and Accidents Happen (2009).
Net Worth 2020: $2 Million
Jessica McNamee was born
on February 21, 1986
Australian actress who first gained major attention through her role as Sammy Rafter on the Seven Network series Packed to the Rafters. Jessica McNamee has also appeared on the big screen in films like The Loved Ones and The Vow.
Jessica McNamee competed on the ninth season of Dancing with the Stars, where she was partnered with Stefano Olivieri.
Net Worth 2020: $1.5 Million
Abby Bergman was born
on December 6, 2006
She was previously an extra in a show called House Husbands.
Angie Diaz was born
on September 11, 1988
In 2008, she appeared in the in the Australian film The View from Greenhaven. She also appeared in the film Knowing in 2009 alongside Nicolas Cage
Ashleigh Chisholm was born
on June 6, 1990
She participated in the finale of Australian Idol as a back-up singer.
Fely Irvine was born
on January 9, 1989
She runs a YouTube channel, happinessirvine, where she posts cover versions of songs by artists like Jhene Aiko
and Robin Thicke
Miah Madden was born
on April 9, 2001
She appeared as herself on multiple episodes of Crash the Bash in 2019. She also appeared in the 2017 film Australia Day.
Teri Haddy was born
on October 5, 1992
in Brisbane, Australia.
In 2014, she made an appearance in the documentary Flex off 2014.
Tiarnie Coupland was born
on April 16, 1997
She starred as one of the principal mermaids in the Hans Christian Andersen
version of The Little Mermaid in a stage production in 2014, which she talked about extensively on her vlog.
Brenna Harding was born
on May 19, 1996
Actress best known for her role as Sue Knight on the television series Puberty Blues. Brenna Harding also had roles in the television shows A Place to Call Home and Secret City.
Brenna Harding became the president of the non-profit organization Wear it Purple.
Cassi Thomson was born
on August 14, 1993
Actress best known for her roles on HBO's Big Love and ABC Family's Switched at Birth. Cassi Thomson has also appeared on Without a Trace, ER, and House, M.D.
Cassi Thomson kicked off her singing career with her 2008 single "Caught Up In You."
Clare Bowen was born
on May 12, 1989
Australian actress, most known for her role as Scarlett O'Connor on the ABC series Nashville.
Clare Bowen once appeared in the Australian stage production of Spring Awakening, artistically overseen by Cate Blanchett
and put on by the Sydney Theatre Company.
Danielle Macdonald was born
on May 19, 1991
in Sydney, Australia.
Australian actress who is perhaps most famous for her role as Sarah Craig on the comedy series Toolies. Danielle Macdonald's film work includes Every Secret Thing, The Rachels, Patty Cake$, Dumplin' and Bird Box.
Danielle Macdonald was originally cast as Becca on the ABC show Huge but was unable to play the role due to her Visa not coming in on time.
Erica Brown was born
on December 14, 2002
Teen actress who made her television drama debut in the role of Ginger Boxwell for the CBBC series Secret Life of Boys.
Erica Brown flew to Ireland to film Secret Life of Boys.
Harriet Dyer was born
on October 17, 1988
Actress who rose to fame for her role as Patricia Saunders on the Australian TV drama Love Child. Harriet Dyer was nominated for the most popular new talent Logie Award in 2016 for her work on the show before being cast on the 2019 NBC TV series The InBetween.
Harriet Dyer was nominated for the 2015 AACTA Awards for best supporting actress for her work on Love Child. Harriet Dyer appeared on the 2017 TV comedy Kiki and Kitty.
Madeleine Madden was born
on January 29, 1997
Australian actress who is widely known for her role as Zoe Preston on the teen TV drama Ready for This. In 2016, Madeleine Madden starred as Tommorrow, When the War Began as Corrie.
Madeleine Madden appeared in two 2014 episodes of the TV series The Code as Sheyna Smith. Madeleine Madden delivered a speech to Australia in 2010 about Indigenous Australians' rights.
Meegan Warner was born
on August 5, 1991
Actress who first entered the limelight through her leading role as Mary Woodhull on the AMC period drama Turn: Washington's Spies. In 2017, Meegan Warner began playing Rapunzel on the fantasy series Once Upon a Time.
Meegan Warner was nominated for Best Actress at the FilmQuest Film Festival for her performance in the horror film The Caretaker (2016).
Morgan Griffin was born
on June 4, 1992
Actress best known for her starring role as Charlotte 'Charlie' Anderson on the Nickelodeon series The Sleepover Club. Griffin also appeared in the 2014 Angelina Jolie-directed film Unbroken.
Morgan Griffin played the role of Heidi in the 2007 Australian film September.
Niamh Walsh was born
on April 17, 1989
Well known for playing nurse Cara Martinez in the long-running series Holby City, Niamh Walsh has also been seen in episodes of the 2015 series Jekyll & Hyde.
Niamh Walsh made her television debut in an episode of the show Casualty.