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Years active  1974–present
Name  Chantal Contouri
Role  Actress

Chantal Contouri looking below with her black hair and wearing an earring, a red hat, a red scarf around her neck, and a red dress

Full Name  Chantal Contouri
Born  1949Agios Georgios, Vion, Greece
Awards  Logie Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries/Telemovie
Movies  Thirst, One More Minute, Metal Skin, The Wannabes, Barry McKenzie Holds His
Similar People  Rod Hardy, Everett De Roche, Simon Wincer, Geoffrey Wright, Tim Burstall

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Chantal Contouri (8 April, 1950) (sometimes credited as Chantal Cantouri, Greek: Σαντάλ Κοντούρης) is a Greek Australian actress.

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Career

Chantal Contouri with a fierce look while her left hand touching her neck and her right hand around the side of her right boob in a glamorous Chantel in 1980, she has burgundy hair and wearing a round earring, bracelets on both wrist and wearing a visible cleavage leopard print jacket

Contouri, a Greek immigrant to Australia has had starring roles in Australian films and played guest and recurring roles in various television series, including being a regular cast member of music program Kommotion. She is best known as nurse Tracey Wilson in the soap opera Number 96 in 1974–1975. In the story Tracey was ultimately revealed to have been a sado-masochist and a serial killer, the infamous "Pantyhose Strangler".

Chantal Contouri smiling with her black hair wearing a white with black dots bonnet and wearing a pearl earring, a black scarf, and a pink jacket

She later appeared in The Sullivans as Melina Tsangarakis, who married Norm Baker before her death by firing squad. Contouri appeared in US daytime soap opera General Hospital in 1988 and played a guest role in Australian teen soap E Street in 1993.

Chantal Contouri smiling while holding a black telephone in her right hand, she has black hair and wearing a stud earring and a pink polo

She played leading roles in Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974) and the sex comedy film Alvin Purple Rides Again (1974), and later had a guest role in the Alvin Purple television series produced in 1976. Contouri had starring roles in horror-suspense films Thirst (1979) and Snapshot (aka The Day After Halloween) (1979). Her most recent feature film appearance was in Birthday (2009).

Chantal Contouri  (left) and Olivia Newton-Jon (right) are smiling together. Chantal has black hair, wearing an earring, and a visible cleavage red dress under a red coat while Olivia holds her hands together, she has short blonde hair wearing a bracelet on her right hand and a black dress

In 2007, Contouri discussed Number 96 on an episode of Where Are They Now?, and revealed that she runs a restaurant in Adelaide, called The Original Barbecue Inn.

Chantal Contouri smiling while holding a microphone in her left hand, she has black wavy hair wearing an earring, necklace, bracelet on her left hand with 3 rings on its fingers, a black watch on her right wrist, and a white long sleeve dress

Contouri recorded an audio commentary for a 2008 DVD boxed set of 32 Number 96 episodes, entitled The Pantyhose Strangler.

Filmography

  • Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)
  • Alvin Purple Rides Again (1974)
  • High Rolling (1977)
  • Snapshot (1979)
  • Thirst (1979)
  • Touch and Go (1980)
  • The Three Sea-Wolves (1980)
  • Metal Skin (1994)
  • Offspring (1996)
  • The Wannabes (2003)
  • Birthday (2009)
  • References

    Chantal Contouri Wikipedia