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Rebecca Gibney est une Actrice Australienne née le 14 décembre 1964 à Levin, New Zealand (Nouvelle zelande)

Rebecca Gibney

Rebecca Gibney
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Nom de naissance Rebecca Catherine Gibney
Nationalité Australie
Naissance 14 décembre 1964 (54 ans) à Levin, New Zealand (Nouvelle zelande)

Rebecca Gibney, née le 14 décembre 1964 à Levin (Nouvelle-Zélande), est une actrice australienne.

Biographie

Née en Nouvelle-Zélande, Rebecca Gibney émigre en Australie à l'âge de 18 ans pour entamer une carrière d'actrice. Elle a notamment joué des premiers rôles dans plusieurs séries télévisées très populaires en Australie et a remporté plusieurs récompenses, notamment l'AFI Award de la meilleure actrice dans un téléfilm et le Logie Award de la meilleure actrice pour son interprétation dans le téléfilm Come In Spinner (1990) et le Gold Logie Award de la personnalité la plus populaire à la télévision australienne en 2009 pour son rôle dans la série télévisée Packed to the Rafters.

Elle s'est mariée en 1992 avec le chanteur Irwin Thomas et a divorcé en 1995. Elle s'est remariée en 2001 avec le peintre et chef décorateur Richard Bell et a eu un fils, Zach, en 2004.

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Filmographie de Rebecca Gibney (16 films)

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Actrice

Haute couture, 1h58
Réalisé par Jocelyn Moorhouse
Origine Australie
Genres Drame, Thriller, Comédie, Policier
Thèmes La mer, La mode, Transport
Acteurs Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Liam Hemsworth, Hugo Weaving, Caroline Goodall, Sarah Snook
Rôle Muriel Pratt
Note70% 3.5488353.5488353.5488353.5488353.548835
Dans les années 1950, Tilly Dunnage retourne, après 20 ans d'absence, dans son Australie d'origine pour s’occuper de sa mère Molly, seule et malade. Avec sa machine à coudre et son apparence "Haute-couture", cette styliste transforme les femmes de son village et aspire à se venger de tous ceux qui lui ont fait du mal dans le passé.
Mental
Mental (2012)
, 1h56
Réalisé par Paul John Hogan
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique
Thèmes Maladie, La mer, Transport, Folie, Hôpital psychiatrique
Acteurs Toni Collette, Rebecca Gibney, Liev Schreiber, Anthony LaPaglia, Bethany Whitmore, Rob Carlton
Rôle Shirley Moochmore
Note62% 3.1000653.1000653.1000653.1000653.100065
En devenant la nounou de cinq filles, une femme charismatique et casse-cou va transformer la vie d'une famille.
In Her Skin, 1h47
Genres Drame, Thriller
Acteurs Guy Pearce, Sam Neill, Miranda Otto, Ruth Bradley, Kate Bell, Justine Clarke
Rôle Mrs. Reid
Note63% 3.198573.198573.198573.198573.19857
The film begins when 15-year-old Rachel Barber (Kate Bell) misses her train home one night to meet with her father, Mike (Guy Pearce). Mike relays this unusual action to his wife and Rachel's mother; Elizabeth (Miranda Otto). Initially only moderately concerned; hours drag on and the Barber family begin a frantic search for her.
Clubland
Clubland (2007)
, 1h45
Réalisé par Cherie Nowlan
Genres Drame, Comédie, Romance
Acteurs Emma Booth, Rebecca Gibney, Brenda Blethyn, Richard Wilson, Philip Quast, Russell Dykstra
Rôle Lana
Note63% 3.1958553.1958553.1958553.1958553.195855
Life for shy 21-year-old Tim Maitland (Khan Chittenden) is not always smooth sailing. His mum Jean (Brenda Blethyn) is a cafeteria worker by day who hits the comedy club circuit by night, while his dad John (Frankie J. Holden) is busy trying to recapture his fifteen minutes of fame from when he was a country and western singer back in 1975. But when the feisty beautiful Jill (Emma Booth) walks into Tim's life, things seem to be looking up. Unfortunately, there's another woman in Tim's life, one who will stand between him and the perfect romance... his mother!
The Day of the Roses, 3h40
Genres Drame
Thèmes Documentaire historique
Acteurs Rebecca Gibney, Paul Joseph Mercurio, Stephen Curry, Helen Dallimore, Jeremy Sims, Peter O'Brien
Rôle Margaret Warby
Note81% 4.0724054.0724054.0724054.0724054.072405
The film starts at an anniversary commemoration of the crash, where roses are dropped on the track to the aftermath of the wreck where first responders are arriving at the scene. Five months later the coroner, Tom Weir, brings in Boris Osman, an engineer to help him investigate the crash and immediately runs into stonewalling by the state-owned rail company, who don’t want him to examine the train. Osman thinks it’s because the investigation will have to disclose why the tracks that caused the wreck were in such bad shape. Osman thinks it was caused by the politicians in office allowing the rail system to deteriorate. The coroner learns the bridge was hit twice before. Pressure begins to be brought on the coroner from above to stop asking to look at the train. Osman learns this is the third time this locomotive went off the rails. The coroner uses the threat of contempt of court to force the rail company to let Osman examine the locomotive. The inquest begins, with Orman recounting how the tragedy happened on 18 January 1977, alternating with the stories of some passengers who traveled on the ill-fated train, leading up to the depiction of the accident. Due to worn out track and worn out wheels on the locomotive, it jumps the rails and hits a bridge support, causing it to collapse on the train. The community springs into action to aid the survivors and recover the 83 dead. Several of the rescuers testify at the inquest and recount their actions on the day of the accident. Many rescuers risk their own lives to save the injured. Even when ordered to leave due to the danger of further collapse, many refuse to abandon injured survivors. Many of the rescuers are traumatized by what they saw. Ormond comes under attack for saying that it was the condition of the locomotive’s wheels that contributed to the accident, since while money has been allocated to repair the tracks, there is no money to also repair the locomotives. The families of the dead try to cope, while Gerry Buchtman, who went to Granville while on sick leave from his emergency responder job has to fight to keep his job, since the powers that be want to fire him for doing just that. In spite of pressure, the coroner finds that the locomotive’s condition contributed to the accident. Osman later learns that even though the rail company knew this type of locomotive was dangerous due to a derailment 11 months before Granville, they took no steps to lower the speed on this line because it came from an electoral district that often decided national elections and the government did not want to anger the voters by making their train late. We return to the memorial service, while on screen captions tell us what happened to some of the people involved in the crash and the investigation.
Sabrina sens dessus-dessous, 1h24
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Fantasy
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Mettant en scène une sirène
Acteurs Melissa Joan Hart, Tara Strong, Scott Michaelson, Lindsay Sloane, Nick Bakay, Peter O'Brien
Rôle Hilary Hexton
Note53% 2.660632.660632.660632.660632.66063
Au cours d'un séjour à Rome, où elle devait résoudre le mystère d'un médaillon séculaire, Sabrina, une apprentie sorcière, a rencontré Gwen, qui est devenue sa meilleure amie. Ensemble, elles décident de partir pour la Grande Barrière de corail australienne, afin d'y étudier la biologie marine. Lorsque Sabrina fait la connaissance de Barnaby, un homme-sirène, son voyage d'études se transforme en aventure sous-marine. Il lui confie qu'une maladie mystérieuse est en train de détruire toutes les sirènes, lui compris. Sabrina décide de tout mettre en oeuvre pour le sauver. Elle met ses pouvoirs au service des habitants de la mer.
Kangaroo Palace
Acteurs Jacqueline McKenzie, John Polson, Rebecca Gibney, Jeremy Sims, Jonathan Firth, Jerome Ehlers

In 1966, Catherine Macaleese (Jacqueline McKenzie) is counting the days until she meets her father, a distant childhood memory, and starts a new life with him in England. Heather Randall (Rebecca Gibney) is Catherine's cousin and closest friend who puts her marriage plans on hold to travel on the Oriana. Richard Turner (John Polson), an aspiring journalist, decides to try his luck on Fleet Street, and promises his fiancée, Sandy, that he will return in a few months. Jack Gill (Jeremy Sims), heading along a path of self-destruction, embarks on the journey at the last minute. On board, Jack disappears with the group's money and the trio arrive penniless. The only contact they have is a friend of Jack's, the mysterious Terence Foster-Burrows (Jonathan Firth). He shows little surprise for their predicament and offers them rooms in the Palace.
Jigsaw, 1h26
Acteurs Rebecca Gibney, Terence Donovan, John Flaus
Rôle Virginia York
Note54% 2.7305952.7305952.7305952.7305952.730595
Virginia York's husband is killed on the first day of their honeymoon and she is the prime suspect.
The Killing Field, 1h30
Réalisé par Samantha Lang
Genres Policier
Acteurs Rebecca Gibney, Liam McIntyre, Peter O'Brien, Damien Garvey, Anita Hegh
Rôle Detective Sergeant Eve Winter

When a young girl goes missing in the small country town of Mingara, a large scale operation is started by the police and residents of the town. However, when the search proves too big for the local authorities after five dead bodies are found, buried in a field in shallow graves, a specialized team of homicide detectives are flown in from the city.