Lisa Crittenden

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Lisa Crittenden
Born
Lisa Crittenden

1961/1962(age 58–59) [1]
Australia
OccupationActress
Years active1975–2003
Notable work
Prisoner
Sons and Daughters
Shortland Street
Spouse(s)Gary Moore (m.1986) [1]
Children2

Lisa Crittenden is an Australian actress, noted for her roles in various television series, such as The Restless Years (as Briony Thompson, 1981), The Sullivans (as Sally Meredith), Prisoner (as Maxine Daniels 1982–83), Sons and Daughters (as Leigh Palmer 1985–86), Rafferty's Rules (1988) and the New Zealand produced Shortland Street (as Carrie Burton 1992–93). [2] [3] [4]

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She had 3 roles in drama Blue Heelers and also played a lead role in mini-series Whose Baby? and made a guest appearance as Gabrielle's mother Hecuba in Xena: Warrior Princess .

Personal life

Crittenden has been married to Gary Moore, a freelance director of photography, since 1986. [1] She currently resides in Melbourne, Australia with her husband, and two sons.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1975 Picnic at Hanging Rock Feature film
1976 The Devil's Playground Feature film
1976 Power Without Glory MarjorieSeason 1 (guest role, 2 episodes)
1976 The Sullivans Sally MeredithUnknown episode(s)
1981 Holiday Island Unknown/unnamed roleUnknown episode(s)
1981 Bellamy TerriSeason 1 (guest role, 1 episode)
1981–82 The Restless Years Briony Thompson(Guest role, 3 episodes)
1982 A Country Practice Charlene SimpsonSeason 2 (guest role, 2 episodes)
1982–83 Prisoner Maxine DanielsSeasons 4–5 (supporting role, 91 episodes)
1984A Country PracticeHeatherSeason 4 (guest role, 2 episodes)
1985–86 Sons and Daughters Leigh PalmerSeasons 4–5 (main role, 149 episodes)
1986 Whose Baby? Nola JenkinsMiniseries
1988–90 Rafferty's Rules Sandra(Recurring role, 5 episodes)
1992–93 Shortland Street Carrie BurtonSeason 1–2 (main role)
1994Hide TideUnknown/unnamed roleSeason 1 (guest role, 1 episode)
1994CoverstoryDonna MacKersonUnknown episode(s)
1996Repeat PerformanceShonaFeature film
1996Every Woman's DreamBahamian AttacheTelevision film
1998 Xena: Warrior Princess HecubaSeason 4 (guest role, 1 episode)
1999 Blue Heelers Julie LewisSeason 6 (guest role, 1 episode)
2001Blue HeelersTammy LamontSeason 8 (guest role, 1 episode)
2002 Short Cuts Gabi's MumSeason 1 (guest role, 1 episode)
2003Blue HeelersMelanie HoweSeason 10 (guest role, 1 episode)

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References

  1. 1 2 3 Cooney, Jenny (20 September 1986). "Lisa weds in secret". TV Week . p. 19.
  2. Little, Paul (23 September 2009). Temuera Morrison: From Haka to Hollywood: From Haka to Hollywood. Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited. ISBN   978-1-74228-882-6.
  3. Coleman, Alan (17 February 2012). One Door Shuts: My Autobiography. Trafford Publishing. ISBN   978-1-4669-1585-5.
  4. joanna.hunkin@nzherald.co.nz @Hunkies_News, Joanna Hunkin Head of Entertainment and Lifestyle and editor of TimeOut and Be Well magazines (24 May 2017). "Shortland Street cast of 1992: Where are they now?". NZ Herald. ISSN   1170-0777 . Retrieved 22 April 2020.