Guest, Lola Hatton Becker Entertainment, Family Channel, Colin Budds
Semi Regular ABC, Steve Jodrell/various
Guest, Dog Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Michael Carson
Guest, Jan Mustard Crawford Productions, Nine Network, Various
Host, Herself TVS Television, David Crozier, Roy Norton
Series Regular, Gail Robinson 3yrs Grundy Television Australia, Various
Guest, Susie Australian Broadcasting Corporation, John Alsop, Andrew Knight
Guest Recur, Alison Mills Grundy Television Australia, Various
Ellie The Difference Engine, Toby Angwin, Christopher Benz
prod. Melanie Coombs, Greg Miller
Cara Swinburne Films, Andrew Connell
Det. Coote David Hannay Productions, Pro Filmworks, George Miller
Miss Taylor Boulevard Films, Century Park Pictures, Frank Howson
Lead Boulevard Films, Marc Gracie
Leading role Independent, Peter Luby
Nursing Sister Crawford Productions, Film Victoria, Paul Moloney
Mother Victorian College of the Arts, School of Film and Television, Mark Bellamy
Training & Additional Notes
Fiona Corke wrote, produced and directed her first short film Woundead which was selected for the 2009 St Kilda Film Festival.
Corke began her career with a minor role in the film 'I Live with Me Dad'. She then had a role in Prisoner Cell Block H in 1986. She joined the cast of Neighbours in 1987 playing Gail Lewis/Robinson and stayed with the show until 1989. Corke has also made guest appearances on a variety of prime time shows, and had a recurring role as Trudi Dawson on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation drama SeaChange. After she returned for a cameo appearance as Gail in Neighbours in 2005, Corke returned for guest appearances in 2006 and 2007.
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