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Julieanne Newbould

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Name  Julieanne Newbould
Role  Actress

Spouse  Carlo Penna
Movies  Captives of Care
Julieanne Newbould with blonde hair, wearing eyeglasses, and an off-white dress beside a lady carrying her daughter and a man wearing a suit and a tie.

TV shows  The Restless Years, Number 96, E Street, The Cut, Daily at Dawn
Similar People  Paul Keating, Stephen Wallace, Reg Watson, David Sale

Prisoner cell block h episode 293 audio commentary by julieanne newbould and amanda muggleton

Julieanne Newbould (born 1957) is an Australian actress who first came to prominence in the 1970s.


Julieanne Newbould with blonde hair and wearing a sleeveless dress with a man wearing eyeglasses, a black suit, and a bow tie.

Newbould was a popular original cast member in the soap opera The Restless Years. The series started in late 1977 and Newbould left the series in early 1979. She later played two roles in Prisoner. She appeared first in 1982 as Hannah Simpson and then 1986 as Wendy Glover. She was also a regular in the soap opera E Street, playing Virginia Travis in 1991.

Julieanne Newbould with blonde hair, wearing earrings, a gray cardigan, and a black shirt.

Television roles

Julieanne Newbould with a smiling face and blonde hair, wearing a white atop.

Newbould's other TV credits include Number 96 (in 1977), Homicide, Division 4, Matlock Police, Bluey, Kingswood Country, The Flying Doctors, All Saints, Farscape, Home and Away, White Collar Blue, and The Cut.


Julieanne Newbould with a smiling face and blonde hair, wearing a necklace and a black shirt with a lady wearing a necklace and a white top.

Newbould's theatre credits include Nicholas Nickleby (Sydney Theatre Company), Tribute (Theatre Royal), Gypsy (Queensland Theatre Company) and On our Selection (Nimrod).


She has been married and has two daughters. Since 1999, her partner has been former Prime Minister of Australia Paul Keating.


Julieanne Newbould Wikipedia