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Jacqueline McKenzie Biography, Movies and Tv Shows

Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie was born on October 24, 1967 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Jacqueline Susan McKenzie. She is an actress and director, known for Deep Blue Sea (1999), The 4400 (2004) and Romper Stomper (1992).

Born in Sydney, Australia, McKenzie attended Wenona School in North Sydney until 1983 then moved to Pymble Ladies’ College, where she graduated in 1985 with her Higher School Certificate. Known at school for her fine singing voice, McKenzie was cast as Nancy in Oliver! then in Godspell (both a co-productions with Shore School) and later in Brigadoon (a co-production with Knox Grammar School), sharing the stage with Hugh Jackman, who was a student at Knox at the time.

Jacqueline McKenzie started as a promising young Australian actress. After gaining recognition in Australia for her acting she moved to the US to try acting there. She has finally achieved success with her current role starring in The 4400.

Jacqueline McKenzie was awarded “Best Newcomer Award” from the Sydney Theatre Critics Circle, which recognized her chameleon-like ability and her consistently high calibre work in theatre productions Child Dancing, The Master Builder, Twelfth Night and Rebecca. McKenzie starred alongside David Wenham, Geoffrey Rush and Richard Roxburgh in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Neil Armfield, for Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney. This sellout production was a critical, award-winning success with McKenzie’s performance “so exquisitely pitched it could have shattered glass”.

Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie starred alongside Richard Roxburgh and Cate Blanchett in the Sydney Theatre Company production of The Present, by Anton Chekhov. Adapted by Andrew Upton, this production was directed by John Crowley. That production moved in 2016/17 to the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in Manhattan for the Broadway debut of McKenzie and the rest of the cast. She also starred as Orlando in the Sarah Ruhl play Orlando, based on the novel by Virginia Woolf (made famous by the 1992 film directed by Sally Potter and starring Tilda Swinton). Directed by Sarah Goodes, Orlando ran at the Sydney Opera House for The Sydney Theatre Company.

Jacqueline Mckenzie Movies and Tv Shows

  1. Wordplay
  2. Romper Stomper
  3. This Won’t Hurt a Bit
  4. Talk
  5. Traps
  6. Roses Are Red
  7. Angel Baby
  8. Mr. Reliable
  9. Under the Lighthouse Dancing
  10. Love from Ground Zero
  11. Deep Blue Sea
  12. Freak Weather
  13. Eisenstein
  14. Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang)
  15. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
  16. Preservation
  17. Peaches
  18. Human Touch
  19. Opal Dream
  20. Beneath Hill 60 Emma Waddell
  21. Fell
  22. The Water Diviner
  23. Force of Destiny
  24. Don’t Tell
  25. Three Summers
  26. The Gateway
  27. Harmony Beth Miller
  28. Occupation
  29. The Riddle of the Stinson
  30. All the Way
  31. A Country Practice
  32. Stark
  33. The Battlers
  34. Halifax f.p.
  35. Kangaroo Palace Catherine Macaleese
  36. The Devil Game
  37. On the Beach
  38. When Billie Beat Bobby
  39. The 4400
  40. Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King
  41. Without a Trace
  42. Stupid, Stupid Man
  43. Mental
  44. NCIS: Los Angeles
  45. Hawaii Five-0
  46. Desperate Housewives
  47. CSI: Miami
  48. Rake
  49. Hiding
  50. Love Child
  51. Safe Harbour