| Denise Roberts|| Actress|
| AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama|
Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress
Schapelle, Razzle Dazzle: A Journey i, Kangaroo Jack, Correlli, Cops LAC
Khoa Do, Sebastien Guy, David McNally, Peter Cattaneo, Rob Sitch
Denise Roberts Wikipedia
Denise Roberts is an Australian actress and director who has worked in theatre, film and television since 1980. She gained initial fame when she played Julie Winters in the ABC-TV medical drama G.P. from 1989 to 1996. Denise's mentor was Hayes Gordon, with whom she studied solidly for three years. During her seven-year stint on G.P., Denise taught film and television for Hayes at his Ensemble Studios.
In 2009 Denise played the recurring role of 'Bonnie Bright' in Channel 7's Packed To The Rafters and 'Faye' on the feature film Subdivision which premiered in August 2009.
Denise played Helen Jones in Joanne Lees: Murder in the Outback, and starred as Aunty Barbara in the feature film Razzle Dazzle. Denise is best known for her starring roles as the University Registrar Jessica Andrews in channel 7's HeadLand; the town matriarch Isabelle Turnbull in Always Greener, and for her seven years as Julie Winters in G.P. on ABC-TV. In 2010, she played Inspector Diane Pappas in the Nine Network police drama Cops L.A.C.
Author of the popular Actor's Advisory Manual, "Get Your Act Together" published by the Federation Press in 1995, Denise has directed numerous theatre plays, including Lovers At Versailles at the Playhouse - Sydney Opera House. Her 10-minute 16 mm short thriller 'Stairwell', which Denise directed was screened at the LA International Short Film Festival. She is Creator and Associate Producer of the ABC's 10-part drama series, Correlli, which gave Hugh Jackman his big Australian break.
Denise has picked up accolades at every stage of her career. She was nominated as 'Best Actress in a Leading Role' by the Sydney Theatre Critics for her role the highly successful David Williamson play 'A Charitable Intent'. Other nominations and awards include a 'Chief Glugs' Award for Excellence Behind the Scenes, an AFI Award and a Variety Club of Australia Award for Best Actress in a Television Drama and numerous Silver Logie and People's Choice Nominations for Most Outstanding Actress on Australian Television and a Film Critics Circle Nomination for Best Supporting Actress alongside Cate Blanchett and Frances O'Connor. In 2015 Denise was nominated for an AACTA AFI Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actress in a Television Drama together with a Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress in a Television Drama both for her portrayal as Rosleigh Rose Corby in 'Schapelle'.
Denise Roberts is the Founder and Principal Director of Screenwise, a Sydney-based Film & Television school for actors.