Fiona Press | Biography

Some of Fiona’s standout favourite stage roles of the last thirty years: The Department Store (Old Fitzroy), Is This Thing On? (Belvoir), Navigating Flinders and Neighbourhood Watch (Ensemble), Romeo & Juliet (Bell Shakespeare), Third World Blues and Two Weeks with the Queen, (STC), Wild Honey (STCSA), A Fortunate Life (MTC) and Men Should Weep (Q). She has appeared as all the usual guest suspects in television, in lots of small roles in big films, and big roles in small films. Her biggest roles in her biggest films: she won the 1991 AFI Best Supporting Actress for Waiting, and Disgrace, an adaptation of the novel by J. M. Coetzee. She is a proud member of Equity since 1983.

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