Helen Morse
Australian actor
Helen Morse
Helen Morse is an Australian actress who has appeared in films, on television, and on stage.
Biography
Helen Morse's personal information overview.
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News
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'Eye of the Storm' review: family a mess
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
'Eye of the Storm' review: family a mess White won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1973, the year his sprawling novel about a dying, well-to-do matriarch and her two troubled adult children was published. Veteran director Schepisi ("The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith," "A Cry in the Dark") only partly succeeds in the daunting task of adapting White's complex work. Typical of Elizabeth's treatment of her offspring is her sniping that it's a good thing Basil was knighted before his recent, disastrous stage performance as King Lear (Shakespeare's play is a reference point in the film). [...] Basil begins an affair with one of his mother's caretakers, the blunt Flora (played by the director's daughter, Alexandra Schepisi), who's looking for a ticket out of the working class, and Elizabeth is treated to cringe-inducing cabaret routines by the cook (Helen Morse), who survived the Holocaust physically but not psychologically.
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Stars head south - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
It co-stars Geoffrey Rush, Judy Davis and Helen Morse. Other guests heading to Busselton next week are the wonderfully talented Kestie Morassi, who has parlayed the horror smash Wolf Creek into a solid career, Young Australian of the Year Khoa Do
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Clinton Keech Piper - VillageSoup Belfast
Google News - over 5 years
He is survived by his sister, Shirley, and her husband, Wayne Porter, of Orono; three children, Neil and his wife, Connie Piper, of Gorham, Gail Piper, and Vicki and her husband, Timothy, of Troy; three grandchildren; extended family; and Helen Morse,
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In the eye of the score - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Here I was working with finely tuned screen performances by a stellar cast: Geoffrey Rush, Charlotte Rampling, Judy Davis, Helen Morse. The music needed to complement, comment and create a space that worked to the intense relationships on screen,
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Ciclo especial de cine australiano y neozelandés en la FILU 2011 - Veracruzanos.info
Google News - almost 6 years
El ciclo Viajeros de Oceanía inicia el sábado 14 de mayo con la proyección de Picnic en Hanging Rock, película australiana del director Peter Weir, realizada en 1975 con Rachel Roberts, Vivean Gray y Helen Morse. La cinta narra lo acontecido a un grupo
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Paid Notice: Deaths GREENBERG, PEARL (NEE KAPLAN)
NYTimes - over 12 years
GREENBERG -- Pearl (nee Kaplan). On September 13th, 2004. Beloved wife of David. Devoted and loving mother of Martin Greenberg and Carol Sleeper. Sister of Arnold Kaplan and Helen Morse. Grandmother of Deborah and Daniel Greenberg, Eric, Maxine and Naomi Sleeper and great-grandmother of Rachel and Hannah Henry, and Jade Greenberg. Services will be
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THEATER; Australian Theater Finds Its Own Voice
NYTimes - over 14 years
DESPITE being located on opposite ends of the globe, Australia and the United States share a similar history and aesthetic. Both nations were originally colonies of the British crown. Both were settled in part by convicts and outlaws. Both expanded their land holdings by displacing and often slaughtering indigenous peoples. Both speak the mother
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GOLF TAKES OVER WITH BRITISH OPEN
NYTimes - over 33 years
GOLF is prominently on display this weekend as ABC Sports prepares to give considerable live coverage to the British Open, beginning at noon tomorrow and at 11 A.M. on Sunday. The 112th presentation of this classic meet will be held at Southport, England's Royal Birkdale site. Tom Watson, winner of four of the last eight opens, would have to be
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TV Weekend; RIPLEY, SERIES FOR KIDS, 'ALICE' FINALE
NYTimes - over 35 years
LONG before ''That's Incredible!'' and other such television concoctions, there was ''Ripley's Believe It or Not!'' a syndicated newspaper feature purporting to prove conclusively that truth is stranger than fiction. The Ripley confection even pops up on television occasionally, and tonight at 8:30, it is being given another electronic whirl on
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WILL AUSTRALIA'S TV MATCH ITS FILMS
NYTimes - over 35 years
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Jill Sykes is a Australian freelance journalist specializing in the arts. By JILL SYKES SIDNEY, Australia Americans have responded enthusiastically to a number of recently released Australian films, particularly ''Breaker M orant'' and ''Gallipoli.'' Now it may be Australian telev
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'MASTERPIECE'S 'ALICE,' MUSICIANS AND NAZISM
NYTimes - over 35 years
''MASTERPIE CE Theater'' is going to Australian television for six weeks, abando ning productions of the British Isles for the first timein the 10 yea rs the series has been on public television. This Sundayat 9 P.M. on WNET-TV, the new offering will be ''A Town Like Alice,''based on a Ne vil Shute novel that was published in the United States as
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'CADDIE,' AN AUSTRALIAN WOMAN ON HER OWN
NYTimes - about 36 years
Caddie (Helen Morse), the title character in Donald Crombie's new Australian film set in the 1920's and 30's, is a heroine beloved in literature of all ages, though not always literature of the best kind. She's Woman Alone, Facing the World as Best She Might, with Courage, Fortitude and Determination. Sometimes she's a saucy Moll Flanders or an
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Helen Morse
    FIFTIES
  • 2004
    Age 57
    Her 2004 performance as Nancy in Bryony Lavery's Frozen for the Melbourne Theatre Company earned her a Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Play nomination.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1967
    Age 20
    Morse was married from 1967 until 1976 to Australian actor and director Sandy Harbutt, with whom she starred in Stone.
    More Details Hide Details Morse has worked with many companies including Melbourne Theatre Company, The Ensemble, The Independent, Nimrod Theatre Company, Marian Street, Sydney Theatre Company, Hunter Valley Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, Harvest Theatre Company (South Australia) and the State Theatre Company of South Australia. In 2002 and again in 2008, Morse played the role of Theodora Goodman in Adam Cook's adaptation of Patrick White's The Aunt's Story.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Age 0
    Born on January 24, 1947.
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