| Film actress|
| 1982 (age 32–33)Lake Como, Italy|
Trinity Catholic College, Lis, National Institute of Dramatic Art
Catherine Terracini Wikipedia
Catherine Terracini (born c. 1982) is an Australian actress born in Lake Como, Italy. She is the daughter of opera singer Lyndon Terracini and arts administrator Elizabeth Terracini. Catherine is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and has been working in Australian theatre, film and television and commercials since 2004.
In 2012 she was awarded a Mike Walsh Fellowship.
Terracini was born in Italy to Australian parents living in Palanzo, near the village of Como. They then returned to their home country in 1987, settling in the town of Lismore, New South Wales. She attended high school at Trinity Catholic College before being accepted to the Acting Degree Program at NIDA in Sydney one year after graduating high school.
Terracini has worked in theatre, film, television and commercials since graduating from NIDA. Most recently she filmed Silent Country in Western Queensland, directed by Dominic Jackson Chambers, and performed in Bug by Pulitzer Prize-Winning American writer Tracy Letts for Griffin Independent and won the award for Best Actress at Brisbane International Film Festival's Warner Roadshow New Filmmaker's Awards in 2009 for the Short Film Let Go. 2014 starred in the awarded Zombie film Wyrmwood.