Kaarin Fairfax

Kaarin Fairfax

Australian Actor
Born Sep 30, 1959

Kaarin Fairfax is an Australian actress who played the role of 'Dolour Darcy' in two TV miniseries The Harp in the South (1986) and Poor Man's Orange (1987) based on books of the same names by Ruth Park. She has also acted in other Australian television series throughout the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, and recorded music under the name of Mary-Jo Starr. Fairfax had the role of 'Deb Mathieson' on Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV series, Bed of Roses (2008, 2010).… Read More

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1959 Birth Born on September 30, 1959.
1970 10 Years Old In the late 1970's she was part of a comedy vocal trio The Droolettes which also included Gina_Riley and Gina Mendoza with Geoff O'Connell on piano.


1989 29 Years Old During 1989–1991 she supplied backing vocals on tracks by Paul Kelly & the Messengers.


1990 30 Years Old In 1990, under the name, Mary-Jo Starr, she released three singles and an album, Too Many Movies.
1993 33 Years Old She joined Truckasaurus in 1993, a Melbourne-based Grungey/country band which released Truckasaurus in October. … Read More


2008 48 Years Old By 2008, Fairfax had established The Little Theatre Company in Frankston, in honour of her father George Fairfax. … Read More


2012 52 Years Old In January 2012 she directed Good People for Red Stitch Actors Theatre. … Read More
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