Michael Wilson (m. 2004)
| Bridie Carter|
1976 â€“ present
| 18 December 1970 (age 44) (1970-12-18) Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
National Institute of Dramatic Art
Tobias Wilson, Otis Wilson
Logie Award for Best Actress
McLeod's Daughters, I Love You Too, My Husband My Killer, Above the Law, The Things My Father Never Ta
Lisa Chappell, Rachael Carpani, Aaron Jeffery, Myles Pollard, Jessica Napier
Bridie Carter Wikipedia
Bridie Carter (born 18 December 1970) is an Australian actress best known for her role as the main character of Tess Silverman McLeod on the television drama series McLeod's Daughters.
Bridie was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, the eldest of three children; she has two younger brothers. Her mother, Kiffy Rubbo, was a gallery director.
Carter has been acting since the age of six and started her first classes at the Bouverie Street Theatre in Carlton, Melbourne. She graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1994. She is perhaps best known for her starring role as Tess Silverman McLeod in the hit Nine Network television series McLeod's Daughters; she appeared on the show for its first six seasons. She was nominated for many Silver and Gold Logies for her performance as "Tess McLeod", including the industry-voted Most Outstanding Actress in 2004.
Carter's recent television credits include Wild Boys for the Seven Network and Rescue: Special Ops for the Nine Network, both in 2011. Other television credits include G.P., Water Rats, All Saints, Home and Away, Murder Call, and Above the Law, where she had the starring role of Senior Constable Debbie Curtis. Her film credits include Princess Pictures' I Love You Too, Fresh Air, and the short film, There's A Hippopotamus on My Roof Eating Cake.
In 2009, she reunited with her McLeod's Daughters costar Aaron Jeffery in A.R. Gurney's Love Letters. She appeared in No Names No Packdrill at Sydney's Parade Theatre in 2006.
In 2007, she won the seventh season of Australian Dancing with the Stars with her dance partner, Craig Monley.
In early May 2004, she married clothing designer Michael Wilson; they have two children.2003 Nominated: Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress (McLeod's Daughters)
2004 Nominated: Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress (McLeod's Daughters)
2004 Nominated: Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (McLeod's Daughters)
2005 Nominated: Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress (McLeod's Daughters)
2005 Nominated: Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television (McLeod's Daughters)
2006 Nominated: Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television (McLeod's Daughters)