Sue Jones (actress)

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Sue Jones is a Welsh Australian actress best known for her television roles, in soap operas, sitcoms and telemovies, in particular for playing Pam Willis in Neighbours from 1990 to 1994, with itinerant returns. She had also played an ongoing role in the situation comedy The Tea Ladies (1978), and was Kathy Hall in Prisoner in 1981. Other credits include several roles in police drama Blue Heelers , the short film Pinata (which premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival in 2009), and Anthony Crowley's Shadow Passion at Chapel Off Chapel in September 2007, playing the role of Margaret. In 2013 and 2014, Jones had a recurring role in the ABC comedy series Upper Middle Bogan as Pat. [1] [2]



1974 Division 4 (TV series)Doctor
1976 Power Without Glory (TV series)Bridget
1976 Bluey (TV series)Night Nurse
1978 The Tea Ladies
1979 Love Thy Neighbour in Australia (TV series)Joyce Smith
1979 Skyways 2 roles
-Sue Bennett
1978-1979 Cop Shop (TV series)2 roles
-Karen Haywood
1980Sam's Luck (TV series)Lindy
1980Blood MoneyDoctor
1980Dead Man's FloatShirley Bell
1981 Holiday Island (TV series)Susan Mantone
1980-1981 Prisoner 2 roles
-Sister Brookes
-Kathy Hall
1983 Home (TV series)Gaye
1985The Fast Lane (TV series)Williams
1985 Emerging (TV movie)Haley
1986Studio 86 (TV series)Chris Faulkner
1986A Single Life (TV movie)Gynaecologist
1987Bachelor GirlHaley
1988The Far Country (TV movie)Betty Marshall
1988 The Flying Doctors (TV series)Lorraine
1989MullDeborah Mullens
1989The Humpty Dumpty ManAdele Shadlow
1990Col'n Carpenter (TV series)Felicity
1990Skirts (TV series)Actress
1991 Boys from the Bush (TV series)Daphne
1993My Forgotton ManElsa Chauvel
1994Newlyweds (TV series)Velda
1995 Halifax f.p. (TV series)Nikki Onslow
1995Correlli (TV series)Sister Pat
1996 G.P. (TV series)Beth Curtis
1997Good Guys, Bad Guys (TV series)Fay O'Malley
1997State Coroner (TV series)Valerie Lowe
1998Sea Change (TV series)Verda Miler
2001 Something in the Air Judy
1996-2001 Blue Heelers (TV series)3 roles
-Janet Lennox
-June Allenby
-Jeanette Fleming
2001The RankBank Barrister
2003After the Deluge (TV movie)Landlady
1999-2003 Stingers (TV series)4 roles
-Justice Balkin
-Allison Canning
-Marilyn Harris
2003 MDA (TV series)(Magistrate) Diane Orchard
2004Stiff (TV movie)Woman Next Door
2004Stories From The Golf (TV series)Lorraine
2005Last Man Standing (TV series)Gil Logan
2007 City Homicide (TV series)Paulette Goddard
2007The Bloody Sweet Hit (film short)Glenda
2008 Underbelly (TV series)Medium
2008Satisfaction (TV series)Eileen
2009Saved (TV movie)Claire Weston
2009The Elephant Princess (TV movie)Isha
2009Pinata (film short)Jill
2010The Librarians (TV series)Olwyn Slider
2010Adam's Tallit (film short)Magda
2011Killing Time (TV series)Helen Pritchett
2011Judith Lucy's Spiritual JourneyPhysic
2012Problems (TV miniseries)Claudia's Mum
2013-2014The Time of Our Lifes (TV series)Rosa
1986-2016 Neighbours (TV series)Peggy O'Hara (1986) recurring permanent Pam Willis
2016 Winners and Losers (TV series)Eilleen Reeves
2013-2016 Upper Middle Bogan (TV series)Pat
2017 That's Not Me (film)Virginia (cinema patron)
2018 The Cry (TV miniseries)Mrs. Wilson
in productionSome Happy DaySue

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  2. "Upper Middle Bogan: Episode Guide: Series 2". Retrieved 11 November 2014.