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Susie Porter - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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She was born in 1971 in Newcastle, Australia (New South Wales) in a family of health officials. Her father Bill was then a doctor, and Jenny's mother was a nurse. Susie has an older sister, Katy, and a younger sister, Louise.
Porter was educated at the University of Newcastle and received a Bachelor of Arts from. Suzy graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in 1995.
Porter began her acting career on TV with episodes in the series "Water Rats", "Silent Witness", "Family Gang". She then had minor roles on Australian television programs in the late 1990s, including Big Sky with Martin Henderson and Gary Sweet, Wild Side with Rachel Blake and Tony Martin.
In 1997, Susie played Angie in the Australian comedy "Welcome to Whoop Whoop," directed by Stefan Elliot (Wedding Smash, Easy Behavior, etc.)
Among the television series in which the actress also appeared, such shows as Our Secret Life, an adaptation of the film of the same name about the life of eight friends in Melbourne, each of whom has his own skeletons in the closet and frank desires, the drama East-West directed by Peter Andrikidisa, "Criminal Australia" with Asher Keddy, Firass Dirani, Sigrid Thornton, TV projects "Dance Academy", "Bikers: Brothers in Arms", "Once Upon a Date" .
Biography Porter has not done without roles in feature films. Debut work in a big movie for Susie was shooting in the comedy drama "Zomboyashik" (1996), where Ben Mendelssohn also played. Then there were roles in the drama "Road to Heaven" with Glenn Close, Francis McDormand, Pauline Collins, Cate Blanchett, pictures "Fanning Fingers" with Heath Ledger, "Mask of the Monkey" with Abbie Cornish, a continuation of the cult saga "Star Wars II. Attack of the Clones ", as well as" Little Fish "(Cate Blanchett, Martin Henderson, Sam Neal, Hugo Weaving)," Summer Flirt "(Rachel Taylor, Angus Sampson, Jackie Weaver) and others.