Danielle Cormack Biography
Danielle Cormack born 26 December 1970 is a stage and screen actress from New Zealand. She was one of the original core cast of the long-running soap opera Shortland Street. She is the only child of her parents who were both actors. Growing up, she got inspired by her parents and thus had an early interest in that same profession. Her parents were from different backgrounds and ancestry, therefore, Danielle has mixed ethnicity of French, Irish and German. With her enrollment in school, she took acting lessons and after some years also joined dance classes. Her interest in theatre somewhat affected her studies but it didn’t stop her from continuing with her passion. At her present age of 47, she has made a great reputation for herself.
Danielle Cormack Career
Danielle Cormack is an award-winning actress who has an extensive career in film, theatre and television. After a vast career in New Zealand, she quickly came to prominence in Australia with her powerhouse performances in television series: Wentworth Prison in 2013, Rake in 2010 and Underbelly in 2008: Razor. Other television credits include Xena: Warrior Princess in 1995 , East West 101 in 2007 , Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (2012), The Cult (2009), Rude Awakenings (2007), City Homicide (2007) and The Strip (2008). Danielle’s many film credits include Separation City (2009), starring alongside Joel Edgerton, which garnered her a nomination for Best Actress at the NZ Film Awards; Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (1997), for which she won Best Actress at the NZ Film Awards; and Siam Sunset (1999), for which she received an award for Best Actress at the Fantasporto International Film Festival.
Her work within the industry has also lead to further recognition across prestigious Television and Film award shows, most recently including: Most Outstanding Actress at the 2015 TV WEEK Logie Awards; Winner: Most Outstanding Performance by a Female – Actress at the 2015 ASTRA Awards; Nominee for Best Actress at the 2015 AACTA Awards as well as Nominee for Best Actress at the 2014 Monte Carlo Television Festival. Danielle continues to work for prominent theatre companies, including Melbourne Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company, where she led the world premiere of “Boys will be Boys” to critical acclaim. Danielle is a mother of two and a proud ambassador for charity organizations, Shine & Childfund, NZ & Australia.
In 2015, along with fellow Kiwi actor, Jessica Grace Smith, Danielle was an executive producer for an Indie film Everyone Else Has Been Taken, which was about a transgender child. Lord of The Rings producer Belindalee Hope was also attached to the project.
Danielle Cormack Husband
Danielle was married to Hayden Anderson and they had a son named Ethan in 1996, but the date of their marriage or separation is not known. Later she met Pana Hema Taylor in 2009 when she was the costume/set designer for a play he acted in. He was just 20 at the time and she was 38 at the time. They dated for a while and got married in 2009 but divorced shortly after in 2013. However, they had a son Te Ahi Ka born on 19 March 2010.
Danielle Cormack Dating
Danielle is currently in a relationship with Adam Anthony whom she met through a fellow Wentworth actress, Leeanna Walsman in 2013, at Piha Beach on Auckland’s West Coast. Adam Anthony is a Canadian producer and director.
Danielle Cormack height
She is 1.68 metres tall.
Danielle Cormack Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Danielle Cormack Movies
- 1993 Snap
- 1993 A Game with No Rules
- 1994 The Last Tattoo
- 1997 Topless Women Talk About Their Lives
- 1998 Via Satellite
- 1999 Siam Sunset
- 1999 Channelling Baby
- 2000 The Price of Milk
- 2004 Without a Paddle
- 2004 Stringer
- 2004 Together
- 2005 The Pool
- 2005 River Queen
- 2006 Mirage
- 2006 Cross My Heart
- 2006 Perfect Creature
- 2008 A Song of Good
- 2009 Separation City
- 1987–89 Gloss
- 1992–93 Shortland Street
- 1994 High Tide
- 1995 High Tide
- 1995 The Call Up
- 1995 Overnight
- 1995–01 Xena: Warrior Princess
- 1997 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
- 1997–99 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
- 2000 Jack of All Trades
- 2000 Cleopatra 2525
- 2000 Xena: Warrior Princess
- 2004 Maiden Voyage
- 2006 Maddigan’s Quest
- 2007 Rude Awakenings
- 2008 City Homicide
- 2008 The Strip
- 2008–10 Legend of the Seeker
- 2009 Buzzy Bee and Friends
- 2009 The Cult
- 2010 Forever New Zealand
- 2010–16 Rake
- 2011 East West 101
- 2011 Underbelly: Razor
- 2012 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
- 2012 Buzzy Bee and Friends
- 2013–16 Wentworth
- 2016 Deep Water
- 2017 Shortland Street
- 2018 Secret City
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Chicks at the flicks! Big Brother’s Lisa Clark, actress Danielle Cormack and more stars attend the launch of Sydney’s Moonlight cinema
Updated On: 12th December 2017
It’s usually seen as a romantic first date location for Australian couples.
But stars including Big Brother’s Lisa Clark and actress Danielle Cormack decided against bringing a date to the launch of Sydney’s Moonlight cinema on Thursday.
Lisa, who is now a freelance blogger, wore a stunningly simple black silk midi dress with spaghetti strap sleeves.
She kept her shoe choice in line with the girly ensemble she adorned and chose a pair of pale pink Vans.
A light tan made her pearly whites pop on the Thursday night opening, with a no-makeup look keeping the ensemble casual.
She paired the simplistic outfit with silver jewels, namely a collection of rings and thin-chained necklace.
According to her Instagram page, Lisa had spent the steamy summer day at Bronte Beach with Fox Sports presenter Matt Suleau.
And while Lisa had been a fan of the all-black look, Danielle Cormack went for the opposite tone with all-white cut out jeans and a linen business shirt.
She paired the look with a khaki-coloured hat and pair of matching Birkenstocks.
During the day Lisa celebrated parliament’s decision to change the marriage laws, posting an image of herself before the launch with the caption ‘love wins.’
Mike Goldman, who is most famous for his voiceovers on Big Brother, also joined the bevy of celebrities at the cinema evening.
He wore a grey striped dinner jacket and camel-coloured trousers, before later adding a pair of black sunglasses to the mix.
Home and Away actors Benedict Wall and Jessica Grace Smith arrived together in a decidedly casual get up of jeans and t-shirts.
Jessica opted for an embellished light-washed pair with rockstar David Lee Roth featuring on her tee.
The moonlight cinema runs from December 1 until April 1 at Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park.
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