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| Prisoner |
Sons and Daughters
|Spouse(s)||Gary Moore (m.1986)|
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).
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 .
Crittenden has been married to Gary Moore, a freelance director of photography, since 1986.She currently resides in Melbourne, Australia with her husband, and two sons.
|1975||Picnic at Hanging Rock||Feature film|
|1976||The Devil's Playground||Feature film|
|1976||Power Without Glory||Marjorie||Season 1 (guest role, 2 episodes)|
|1976||The Sullivans||Sally Meredith||Unknown episode(s)|
|1981||Holiday Island||Unknown/unnamed role||Unknown episode(s)|
|1981||Bellamy||Terri||Season 1 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|1981–82||The Restless Years||Briony Thompson||(Guest role, 3 episodes)|
|1982||A Country Practice||Charlene Simpson||Season 2 (guest role, 2 episodes)|
|1982–83||Prisoner||Maxine Daniels||Seasons 4–5 (supporting role, 91 episodes)|
|1984||A Country Practice||Heather||Season 4 (guest role, 2 episodes)|
|1985–86||Sons and Daughters||Leigh Palmer||Seasons 4–5 (main role, 149 episodes)|
|1986||Whose Baby?||Nola Jenkins||Miniseries|
|1988–90||Rafferty's Rules||Sandra||(Recurring role, 5 episodes)|
|1992–93||Shortland Street||Carrie Burton||Season 1–2 (main role)|
|1994||Hide Tide||Unknown/unnamed role||Season 1 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|1994||Coverstory||Donna MacKerson||Unknown episode(s)|
|1996||Repeat Performance||Shona||Feature film|
|1996||Every Woman's Dream||Bahamian Attache||Television film|
|1998||Xena: Warrior Princess||Hecuba||Season 4 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|1999||Blue Heelers||Julie Lewis||Season 6 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|2001||Blue Heelers||Tammy Lamont||Season 8 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|2002||Short Cuts||Gabi's Mum||Season 1 (guest role, 1 episode)|
|2003||Blue Heelers||Melanie Howe||Season 10 (guest role, 1 episode)|
Laurie Foell is an Argentinian-born Australian actress. She is best known for her portrayal of both Angela "Angie" Russell and her cousin Josie, in the successful Australian television soap opera Home and Away. Foell also starred as Dr. Justine Jones in the long running New Zealand hospital soap Shortland Street.
Rena Owen is a New Zealand actress in theatre, television and film. Owen is best known for her leading role as Beth Heke in Lee Tamahori's Once Were Warriors and as Taun We in George Lucas's Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.
Steve Mills is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. He was portrayed by Andrew Binns and was part of the original core cast.
Dr. Justine McKay is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who appeared in numerous stints from 2005 to 2009. She was portrayed by Laurie Foell in 2005 for a guest stint before returning in 2006 as a regular character. In 2007 the role was controversially recast, with Lucy Wigmore taking over. She played the role through to 2008 and again in a guest stint in 2009.
Andy Wong is a Chinese actor in New Zealand who had a leading role in the drama Ride with the Devil. Wong's interest in acting began in high school, where he was involved in various school musical and drama projects.
Dr. Stuart Neilson is a fictional character in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by Martin Henderson as part of the original cast until early 1995. The character returned after 22 years off screen to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary episode which aired on the 25th of May, 2017.
Dr. Michael McKenna is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera, Shortland Street. He was portrayed by Paul Gittins and was part of the original cast.
Marjorie "Marj" Brasch is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Being part of the original cast, she was portrayed by Elizabeth McRae from the show's first season in 1992 up until 1996. She returned as a guest character in 1998, 2002, as part of the show's 20th anniversary in May 2012 and again for the show's 25th anniversary in 2017.
Lionel Skeggins is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by John Leigh. His casting on the show began in late 1993 as a guest role and ended in early 1999 as a fan favourite regular. Lionel returned for a cameo in the show's 25th Anniversary in 2017.
Episode 1 of the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street was first broadcast on 25 May 1992.
Tom Leslie Neilson is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Part of the original cast, Tom was portrayed by Adrian Keeling from the shows first episode until May the following year when the character starred in a high profile storyline where Tom went missing. He returned later in the year to finish the storyline off.
Katie Wolfe is a New Zealand actress and director.
Ellen Rosemary Crozier is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, who was portrayed by Robyn Malcolm for nearly six years in the mid to late 1990s.
Carla Summerfield is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, who was portrayed by Elisabeth Easther from early 1995 to mid 1996. The character debuted as the sister of established character Ellen Crozier and gained notoriety as the show's first ever on screen murderer.
Dr. Grace Kwan is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, portrayed by Lynette Forday from 1994 to 1997. Forday reprised the role 16 years later in 2013.
Finbar "Finn" Warner is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Born onscreen, Finn was originally played by an uncredited baby actor in 1993 before Lukas Whiting took over the role in 2016.
Sarah "Sass" Warner is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Born onscreen, Sass was originally played by an uncredited baby actor in 1993 before Lucy Lovegrove took over the role in 2016. Her early storylines focused on her casual relationship with Hawks Logan and marrying Mason Coutts before the relationship turns disastrous and ultimately leading to his death. Sass proved popular amongst the viewers as a "beloved" character.
Grace Palmer is a New Zealand actress, best known for her role as Lucy Rickman on the prime-time soap opera Shortland Street.
Elisabeth Easther is a New Zealand actor, broadcaster, journalist and playwright. She played Carla Crozier on New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street from May 1995 to July 1996, and has since had a varied career in television, radio, journalism and playwriting. Her play The Seed (2014) won the Adam NZ Play Award for Best Play in 2014.