Rebecca Gibney
Australian actress
Rebecca Gibney
Rebecca Catherine Gibney is a New Zealand born Australian actress. She has appeared regularly in Australian film and television since the mid-1980s. She won the Gold Logie in 2010 for her role in Packed to the Rafters.
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Video Spotlight: Rebecca Gibney urges support for West Africa Food Crisis
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Australian actress and World Vision Ambassador Rebecca Gibney has called on Australians to donate to World Vision’s West Africa Food Crisis Appeal. Click here to view the video in your browser. Related videos Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness Discuss Dollar-Matching Scheme With World Vision CEO Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness Support World Vision's East Africa Appeal Find out more about contributing, or how to contact celebrities. Copyright © 2012 Look To The Stars. This article may not be reproduced without explicit written permission; if you are not reading this via email or in your news reader, the site you are viewing is illegally infringing our copyright, and we would be grateful if you would contact us.
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What the gossip magazines say - Sydney Morning Herald
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The news that Rebecca Gibney, better known as Mrs Julie Rafter, had a secret fling back in the 1980s with Richard Wilkins. She bought him a rose, Rebecca reveals, he gave it to a flight attendant
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Is baby-faced Sunrise exec producer Michael Pell;s job on the line? - The Daily Telegraph
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Then Rebecca Gibney even went on air on Kyle And Jackie O to retell the story of Dicky giving a rose she'd given him to an air hostess, whom he later married. There was more embarrassment to come at Wilkins' Thursday night book launch at Kit & Kaboodle
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The good old bad old days - Sydney Morning Herald
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Rebecca Gibney and Marina Prior didn't kit up as Kate Leigh (Danielle Cormack) and Tilly Devine (Chelsie Preston-Crayford). And the two Kiwi actresses in these roles do well with the material. The satin petticoats and pin-curled perms seem to be
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Richard Wilkins And Rebecca Gibney Hooked Up? - SAFM (blog)
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Gold Logie Award winner Rebecca Gibney dished the dirt (in a loving way) to Kyle and Jackie O, and then they used it to put Richard on the spot! Watch the video below as Richard is confronted about his former flings
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Making drama from male angst - Sydney Morning Herald
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''Every home is a haven of hopes and dreams, secrets and stories; this is the story of ours,'' Julie Rafter (Rebecca Gibney) said in a voice-over at the start of the classy soap opera three years ago. It's a reassuring parable of familial love with a
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Packed to the Rafters: series return, Tuesday, August 23 - Sydney Morning Herald
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There are tears, hugs and sibling bonding as well as mum Julie (Rebecca Gibney) fretting, fussing and doing endless loads of washing. It's a familiar dose of Rafter life, loaded with love and squabbles. The addition to the cast of John Howard,
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Richard Wilkins is about to launch his book Black Ties, Red Carpets and Green ... - The Daily Telegraph
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And sadly he does not mention his flings with a raft of beautiful women including Rebecca Gibney, and even dates with Brooke Shields when she was in town back in '94 for a promo visit for her movie The Seventh Floor. Ah yes, Richard, that flirtation is
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Rebecca Gibney: Fabulous at 46 - The Daily Telegraph
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On set with TV's favourite mum Rebecca Gibney, bringing sexy back for Sunday Magazine. Produced by Tristen Jones Rebecca Gibney photographed for the Sunday Magazine. Picture: Jez Smith Source: The Sunday Telegraph Rebecca Gibney photographed for the
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Liev Shreiber to work with Hogan - Belfast Telegraph
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Without A Trace's Anthony LaPaglia and Rebecca Gibney have also joined the Australian director's first home-grown film since Muriel's Wedding, reported The Playlist. Toni Collette is already on board in the black comedy, as Shaz, a hitchhiker who is
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Liev Schreiber Joins P.J. Hogan's 'Mental' Starring Toni Collette - Indie Wire (blog)
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The project has now rounded out its cast with the strong additions of Liev Schreiber, Anthony LaPaglia and Rebecca Gibney as production got underway this week for the story of Shaz (Collette), a crazy hotheaded hitchhiker who is brought on to nanny
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New Aussie film set in Northern Rivers - Lismore Northern Star
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Toni Collette accompanies Liev Schreiber (Salt, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and a huge A-list Australian cast including Anthony LaPaglia (Without A Trace, Balibo) as Barry Moochmore and Rebecca Gibney (Packed to the Rafters) as Shirley Moochmore
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Hugh Laurie's L'Oreal Headshot & a New Aussie Face For Olay - BellaSugar Australia
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And in other exciting news, everyone's favourite TV mum, Rebecca Gibney, has just signed on as a brand ambassador for Olay Regenerist. Rebecca said she was "flattered" after being approached by the brand and had little choice but to say yes to the
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Rebecca Gibney announced as the new face of Olay Regenerist - Alive Sydney
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Rebecca Gibney's beautiful face - and serious acting chops - is her fortune. And now, a beauty brand has recognised that and chosen the enduring Australian actress as the face of their renowned skincare line. Earlier this week, Olay Regenerist proudly
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Gibney packs on the kilos for role - Herald Sun
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As Rebecca Gibney is announced as the new face of Olay, she also told of her new role in PJ Hogans new film Mental. Rebecca Gibney is piling on the pounds for her new role in 'Mental'. Picture: Cameron Richardson Source: Herald Sun LIKE many actresses
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Rebecca Gibney
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 49
    Winter, a follow-up series to her 2014 tele-movie The Killing Field screened in 2015. Gibney has been married twice, first to Irwin Thomas (former lead singer of Southern Sons, aka Jack Jones) in 1992, which ended in divorce.
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  • 2010
    Age 45
    She also been nominated at the Logies for the Gold Logie in 2010 and 2011, Most Popular Actress in 2010, 2011, and 2012, and Most Outstanding Actress in 2009.
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    In 2010, she played the lead role on Channel Ten's telemovie Wicked Love: The Maria Korp Story. Rebecca starred in the 2012 movie Mental alongside Toni Collette. On 23 October 2013, the Seven Network announced that Gibney will star in and produce a new crime drama, The Killing Field, which was released in 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Gibney plays a detective tasked with solving the murder of a teenage girl in a small town.
  • 2009
    Age 44
    At the AFI Awards she was nominated in 2009, in the Best Lead Actress in a Drama award.
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    A popular role for Gibney has been on Packed to the Rafters. Her role in this has led her to win the 2009 Gold Logie and the 2009 Most Popular Actress award.
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    Her role in the show proved popular for Gibney, and she won the Gold Logie in 2009 for the show.
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  • 2006
    Age 41
    A series of Australian television adverts for Advil in 2006/07 have featured Gibney and her family.
    More Details Hide Details A new television advert with only Gibney appeared in October 2007. Gibney was executive producer and also starred in New Zealand feature film The Map Reader as Amelia alongside Michael Hurst and played the mother of Michael, the map reader of the title portrayed by Jordan Selwyn. The film was released in 2008. She hosted a documentary series produced by Television New Zealand called Sensing Murder in which unsolved New Zealand murder or missing person cases are probed by psychic investigators from both New Zealand and Australia. From August 2008 until its conclusion in 2013, Rebecca Gibney played the female lead of Julie Rafter on the Seven Network's Packed to the Rafters.
    In 2006, she played the role of Lydia, a hippie restaurant owner and operator in the Network Ten drama series Tripping Over.
    More Details Hide Details In 2007, she had a small role in the film Clubland, starring Brenda Blethyn, and directed by Cherie Nowlan. The film is known as Introducing the Dwights in the United States.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 39
    She appeared in the movie adaptation of Stephen King's novel Salem's Lot, released in 2004, and then followed up in 2006 with King's Nightmares and Dreamscapes TV mini-series.
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  • 2002
    Age 37
    In 2002 and 2003, Gibney had a role in Stingers, and from 2003 until 2006, she had a role in the telemovie trilogy Small Claims as Chrissy, co-starring with Claudia Karvan.
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  • 2001
    Age 36
    She married production designer Richard Bell in November 2001.
    More Details Hide Details They have a son, Zachary Edison Bell, born 7 April 2004. http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/2712559/Rebecca-Gibneys-mother-lode Gibney has won, and has been nominated, for several television awards at the AFIs and the Logies on numerous occasions in her acting career. She won her first award in 1990, winning the AFI (Australian Film Institute) Award for Best Actress for her role in Come In Spinner. She also won a peer-nominated Most Outstanding Actress Logie award in 1991 for her role in the show. In 1992, she was nominated at the Logies for her role in the sitcom All Together Now in two categories: Most Popular Actress and Most Popular Light Entertainment / Comedy Female Performer. Her role as the lead in Halifax f.p. had Gibney nominated for three different awards – Most Popular Actress at the Logies (in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2001); Most Outstanding Actress at the Logies (in 1998, 1999 and 2000) and Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama at the AFI's (in 1998 and 2000).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1991
    Age 26
    In 1991 she starred in the Channel Nine sitcom All Together Now, leaving the series in 1993. After her departure, she starred in Snowy. The title character of Dr. Jane Halifax in Halifax f.p. was created especially for her by the producers of her previous show Snowy. Halifax f.p. debuted in 1994 with the episode "Acts Of Betrayal", and continued with a further 20 telemovies leading up until 2002.
    More Details Hide Details The series was an immense success and cemented Gibney's status as a household name within Australia. She has also appeared in other mini-series, like Kangaroo Palace (1997), and in The Day of the Roses (in 1998).
  • 1990
    Age 25
    She went on to play mechanic Emma Plimpton in the popular drama series The Flying Doctors, and in 1990 starred in the mini-series Come In Spinner.
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  • 1985
    Age 20
    She broke into Australian television with the role of Julie Davis in the children's series Zoo Family in 1985.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on December 14, 1964.
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