| Danielle Cormack|
1987 – present
| 26 December 1970 (age 44) (1970-12-26) Auckland, New Zealand|
Pana Hema-Taylor, Hayden Anderson
Separation City, The Price of Milk
Ethan Cormack Anderson, Te Ahi Ka Cormack Hema-Taylor
Wentworth, Xena: Warrior Princess, Underbelly: Razor, Underbelly, Rake
Nicole da Silva, Pana Hema‑Taylor, Pamela Rabe, Celia Ireland, Alexandra Tydings
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, though she is also known for her role as the Amazon Ephiny in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess, Cynthia Ross in The Cult, and Shota in Legend of the Seeker. Other works include the 2009 film, Separation City, and the Australian series Rake. She also portrayed notorious Sydney underworld figure Kate Leigh in Underbelly: Razor. Her most notable work in recent years was her portrayal of Bea Smith in the Foxtel prison drama Wentworth, in which she starred for four years before leaving the show in 2016.
Cormack has one child with fellow actor Pana Hema Taylor, Te Ahi Ka, born 19 March 2010. Cormack has another son, Ethan (born in 1996), from a previous relationship. In an interview with LOTL Magazine, Cormack mentioned that she has had long-term relationships with people of both genders, and indicated that she prefers to avoid applying labels to patterns of sexuality. Cormack's current partner is Adam Anthony, a Canadian director/producer.
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