Kaarin Fairfax
Australian actor
Kaarin Fairfax
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).
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  • 2012
    Age 52
    In January 2012 she directed Good People for Red Stitch Actors Theatre.
    More Details Hide Details Her children Madeleine and Memphis have recorded their first EP with additional band member Sam Humphrey. The bands name is Wishful, the EP is called Fifty Days and it was produced by their father Paul Kelly. Kaarin and Sally have an Arts program on 3RPP Radio Port Phillip on the Mornington Peninsula, called Arts About. Fairfax was a vocalist for Wild Blue Yonder, a Sydney-based band from 1985 which had a varied line-up but had no known recordings.
  • 2008
    Age 48
    By 2008, Fairfax had established The Little Theatre Company in Frankston, in honour of her father George Fairfax.
    More Details Hide Details Fairfax directed Frankston Lights in January 2009, it was a musical which included songs co-written by Madeleine and Memphis and Robert McHugh.Kaarin has been working extensively since that time, joining forces with Sally Baillieu and directing The Wetlands Project, One Last Chance- performed in the Wetlands at Tootgarook. She runs with Sally The Lineup at Frankston Arts Centre Cube37. A musical mentorship program for young emerging Artists.
  • 1993
    Age 33
    She joined Truckasaurus in 1993, a Melbourne-based Grungey/country band which released Truckasaurus in October.
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  • 1990
    Age 30
    In 1990, under the name, Mary-Jo Starr, she released three singles and an album, Too Many Movies.
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  • 1989
    Age 29
    During 1989–1991 she supplied backing vocals on tracks by Paul Kelly & the Messengers.
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  • 1970
    Age 10
    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.
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  • 1959
    Born on September 30, 1959.
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