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Occupation
  
actress, author

Years active
  
1974–present


Name
  
Kerry Armstrong

Role
  
Actress

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Full Name
  
Kerry Michelle Armstrong

Books
  
The Circles, Circles, the 12 Copy Counterpack, Fool on the Hill

Spouse
  
Mark Croft (m. 1996–2001), Alexander Bernstein (m. 1985–1986), Brad Robinson (m. 1981–1981)

Children
  
Jai Croft, Callum Croft, Sam Gudgeon

Awards
  
AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress

Movies and TV shows
  
Similar People
  
Peta Toppano, Ray Lawrence, Brad Robinson, Gerard Maguire, Rachael Blake

Kerry Armstrong reveals her 'feud' with Nicole Kidman


Kerry Michelle Armstrong (born 1958) is an Australian film, television and stage actress. She is one of only two actresses to win two Australian Film Institute Awards in the same year, winning Best Actress in a Leading Role for Lantana and Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama for SeaChange in 2001.

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After early television roles in Australia including Prisoner (1979) and Skyways (1980), Armstrong moved to the United States in 1981, where she played Ophelia in Hamlet and Isabella in Measure for Measure at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., and had a role in the soap opera Dynasty (1985–86). She returned to Australia in 1987. Her other television roles include MDA (2002–03) and Bed of Roses (2008–11).

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Early years

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Armstrong appeared in both acting and presenting roles on Australian television in the 1970s and early 1980. One of her first acting roles was on television series Marion, released in March 1974. She appeared as a GTV-9 weather girl, and then in a dramatic acting role, appearing as Lynne Warner, an original character in Network Ten women's prison drama Prisoner. Initially planned to last 16 episodes, the series was continued and Armstrong appeared in the first 44 episodes. She then switched to another ongoing role in drama series Skyways for 49 episodes. In 1981 she co-hosted the Network Ten series Together Tonight with Greg Evans.

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In 1981 Armstrong married rock band Australian Crawl's rhythm guitarist Brad Robinson. Armstrong and Robinson co-wrote "Easy on Your Own", a track on Australian Crawl's second album Sirocco and B-side to the single "Errol".

United States and Dynasty

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Armstrong moved to the United States in 1981, where she studied under Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen at the HB Studio in New York City on an acting scholarship. With the studio's Playwrights Foundation, she played Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Ophelia in Hamlet, and Isabella in Measure for Measure at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC. In order to obtain residency, Armstrong and Robinson agreed she would have to marry a US citizen, so they separated and she married her friend Alexander Bernstein. Armstrong only had a professional arrangement with Bernstein, but her long distance from Robinson dissolved their relationship. In the US, she starred as Christine in Tom Stoppard's Dalliance at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, had an ongoing role in daytime serial One Life to Live, and became part of The Actors' Gang along with John Cusack and Tim Robbins. After working in the group's plays, Armstrong appeared in seven episodes of Dynasty as Elena, Duchess of Branagh. Robbins and Armstrong became romantically involved. Cusack, Robbins and Armstrong auditioned for Saturday Night Live but only Armstrong was offered a part, which she declined. She also guest starred in the 1984 Murder, She Wrote episode "Death Takes a Curtain Call".

Australian return

In 1987, Armstrong returned to Australia upon the death of her grandmother. In the early 1990s, she resumed acting in Australian television series, including Police Rescue, Ocean Girl, Come In Spinner, All Together Now and Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left. In 1991 Armstrong was nominated for an AFI award for Best Actress for her role in the film Hunting which was released by Paramount in the U.S.

In 1998, Armstrong was offered the role of Heather Jelly in the television series SeaChange, the ever-devoted but long-suffering wife of corrupt local mayor Bob (John Howard). The role won her critical acclaim and garnered several awards. When SeaChange ended in 2000, Armstrong continued on with her theatre work and also appeared in Lantana, the award-winning Ray Lawrence film also starring Anthony LaPaglia, Barbara Hershey, Geoffrey Rush, Glenn Robbins and Vince Colosimo.

Armstrong won the Inside Film (IF) Award, Film Critics Circle of Australia Award and the AFI Award for her Lantana performance. In the same year she won another AFI award, for the final season of SeaChange, making her the second actress to win two AFI awards in one year. The first had been Sacha Horler for her 1998 Lead Role in Praise and 1999 Supporting Role in Soft Fruit awarded in 1999.

In 2002, Armstrong joined the cast of medico-legal drama MDA on ABC alongside Jason Donovan and Shane Bourne. However, she left the series at the end of its second season. In the series her character, Dr Ella Davis, left the firm that was the focus of the show. After MDA, Armstrong appeared in films One Perfect Day, The Oyster Farmer, Virus, Car Pool and Razzle Dazzle. On 10 May 2008 ABC-TV started screening a six-part series Bed of Roses with Armstrong in the lead role as Louisa Atherton. In 2008 she appeared in the film Reservations. In 2010, Bed Of Roses returned for a second season on the ABC followed by a third and final season in 2011. In the same year she starred in the short film, The Forgotten Men, alongside Jack Thompson and Gyton Grantley. 2016 sees Armstrong return to Australian screens in the series The Wrong Girl for Network Ten.

Author

Armstrong wrote a self-help book, The Circles, released on 1 November 2003. She described the book as a practical exercise in empowering people. In May 2008, Armstrong told the Herald Sun the book's US publisher, Beyond Words, had received a call from a large book club in the US which wanted 21,000 copies of the book.

Her second book, Fool on the Hill, released in March 2006, is about the nature of personality. A travel guide, Newcomer's Handbook for New York City was co-edited with Belden Merims in 1996.

Public profile

Armstrong has worked with several charitable organisations including Childwise, Big hART, and Cure for Life Foundation which sponsors research into brain tumour treatments. In 2006, she represented Cure for Life in season five of Dancing with the Stars. Armstrong and dance partner, Christopher Ryan, were the third couple eliminated from the show.

Armstrong has publicly opposed the War in Iraq, and in protest, sat on the steps of the Victorian Parliament in a purple bra to draw attention to her cause.

In October 2008 Armstrong appeared as the face of a "myth-busting" advertising campaign for Coca-Cola, created by the agency Singleton Ogilvy & Mather. Titled "Kerry Armstrong on Motherhood and Myth Busting", the print advertisement purported to correct "myths and conjecture" about Coca-Cola drink products. Claiming her three boys called her "Mum, the myth buster", Armstrong rejected suggestions that Coca-Cola "rots your teeth", "makes you fat" and is "packed with caffeine".

In April 2009, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commissioner ruled that the Coca-Cola advertisements in which Armstrong appeared were misleading. The ACCC's chairman, Graeme Samuel, said, "Coke's messages were totally unacceptable, creating an impression which is likely to mislead that Coca-Cola cannot contribute to weight gain, obesity and tooth decay,".

Personal life

Armstrong was born in Melbourne in 1958. In 1981, Armstrong was briefly married to Australian Crawl's rhythm guitarist Brad Robinson. Under the advice of her US agent and with Robinson's consent, she married friend, Alexander Bernstein, in order to resolve visa issues and allow her to work in the United States. In 1990, when their son was three months old, she married writer-producer Mac Gudgeon. The marriage to Gudgeon ended and in 1996 she married builder Mark Croft and they have twin sons. Armstrong and Croft separated in 2001. As of 2008, she lived with her three sons in the Yarra Valley.

Awards

  • 1991 – Nominated – Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award – Best Actress – Hunting
  • 2000 – Nominated – Logie Award – Outstanding Actress in TV Series – SeaChange
  • 2001 – Winner – Logie Award – Outstanding Actress in TV Series – SeaChange
  • 2001 – Winner – AFI Award – Best Actress (Television) – SeaChange
  • 2001 – Winner – IF Award – Best Actress – Lantana (shared with co-stars Barbara Hershey, Leah Purcell, Rachael Blake and Daniela Farinacci
  • 2001 – Winner – AFI Award – Best Actress – Lantana
  • 2001 – Winner – Film Critics Circle of Australia Award – Best Actress – Lantana
  • 2002 – Nominated – AFI Award – Best Actress (Television) – MDA
  • Filmography

    Actress
    2022
    Darby and Joan (TV Series) as
    Summer
    - Episode #1.8 (2022) - Summer
    - Episode #1.7 (2022) - Summer (uncredited)
    - Episode #1.1 (2022) - Summer
    2020
    Grey Nomads (TV Series) as
    Ella Rouche
    - The Wedding (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - The Groom and Groom (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - Emily (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - The Hunter Valley (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - A Miracle (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - Love Language (2022) - Ella Rouche
    - Kissing Point Beach (2020) - Ella Rouche
    - Stephen (2020) - Ella Rouche
    - Camping Free (2020) - Ella Rouche
    - D-Day (2020) - Ella Rouche
    - Caravan Parks & Quarks (2020) - Ella Rouche
    - The 28 Footer (2020) - Ella Rouche
    2022
    Joe vs. Carole (TV Mini Series)
    - A Fairy Tale (2022)
    2019
    Frayed (TV Series) as
    Jean
    2021
    Spreadsheet (TV Series) as
    Carol
    - Crossed Wires and Cuckoo Clocks (2021) - Carol
    - Rockstars and Clutterjunk (2021) - Carol
    - Where is this Sex Party? (2021) - Carol
    - Lipstick and Nits (2021) - Carol
    2020
    The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee as
    Ella
    2018
    Neighbours (TV Series) as
    Heather Schilling / Alice Wells
    2019
    Two Heads Creek as
    Mary
    1998
    SeaChange (TV Series) as
    Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: Love Will Find a Way (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: It's Kissing Time (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: The Art of Fishing (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: Hope and Heartbreak (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: A Chair, A Seahorse and An Incompetent Crim (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: Mother of all Dilemmas (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: Magic in the Moonlight (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Paradise Reclaimed: Back Where We Belong (2019) - Heather Jelly
    - Half Life (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - To Thine Own Self Be Relatively True (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Love in the Time of Coleridge (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Checks and Balances (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Eminent Persons (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - I Name Thee Bay of Pearls (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Blowing in the Wind (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Adversely Possessed (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Pipeline (2000) - Heather Jelly (credit only)
    - Bonfire of the VCRs (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Hungi Jury (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - How Much Greener Was My Neighbour's Valley (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Best Laid Plans (2000) - Heather Jelly
    - Law and Order (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Other People's Opinions (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Kitty Litter (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Not Such Great Expectations (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Playing with Fire (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Manna from Heaven (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Looking Forward to the Past (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - The House That Jack Built (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Head for Water (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Sink or Swim (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Broken Hearts and Crustaceans (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Vaya Con Dios to All That (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - If Fish Could Fly (1999) - Heather Jelly
    - Sex, Death and Bridges (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - Perchance to Dream (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - Love Me or Leave Me (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - The Accidental Activist (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - Balls and Friggin Good Luck (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - My Own Sweetheart (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - Stormy Weather (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - One of the Gang (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - The Fellowship of the Suit (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - The Official Story (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - A Matter of Taste (1998) - Heather Jelly
    - Full Fathom Five (1998) - Heather Jelly
    2016
    The Wrong Girl (TV Series) as
    Mimi
    2017
    2:22 as
    Catherine Mills
    2015
    Pawno as
    Jennifer Montgomery
    2011
    The Forgotten Men (Short) as
    Mother
    2008
    Bed of Roses (TV Series) as
    Louisa Atherton
    - Forged by Fire (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Mount Misery (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Heartache (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Dirt Rich (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Every Time We Say Goodbye (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Insurgent Activity (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Fryberg's Folly (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Cat Fight (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Laid Bare (2011) - Louisa Atherton
    - Womb to Tomb (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Mind the Gap (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - 5835 Plus One (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Raucous Angel (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Two Bulls in the Paddock (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Green vs Gold (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Goddess of the Rainbow (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Gaaa- aarth (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - The Front Page (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Rainbow Warriors (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - The Cockatoo Has Landed (2010) - Louisa Atherton
    - Over the Rainbow (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    - The Truth Will Set You Free (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    - A Friend in Need (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    - Things Can Only Get Better (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    - Reality Check (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    - Not Worth a Cent (2008) - Louisa Atherton
    2008
    Reservations as
    Helen
    2007
    Razzle Dazzle as
    Justine Morgan
    2006
    Car Pool (Short) as
    Mrs. London
    2006
    Wobbegong (Short) as
    Paula / Mum
    2005
    Mind the Gap (Short) as
    Olivia Keeley
    2005
    Virus (Short) as
    Lillium Doubleheart
    2004
    A Hard Place (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    2004
    Oyster Farmer as
    Trish
    2004
    One Perfect Day as
    Carolyn Matisse
    2002
    MDA (TV Series) as
    Dr. Louella Davis
    - Pas De Deux (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - St. Crispin's Day (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - A Reasonable Passion (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - A Closer Walk (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Taking It on the Chin (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Aftershocks (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - A Time and a Place (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Precious Little (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Chinese Walls (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Eternity (2003) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Divine Intervention (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Line Ball (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Scylla and Charybdis (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Win, Win, Lose, Lose (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Flight or Fight (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Eye of the Beholder (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Rites of Passage (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Love You to Death (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - The Hippocratic Oath (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Human Error (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Minder Games (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Break It Gently (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Quid Pro Quo (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - One Small Step (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Bowels, Bosch and the Whole Damn Thing (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - When It Rains, It Pours (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Damned If You Do/Damned If- (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Venus Envy (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - The Certainty (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Overexposure (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Fire and Rain (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    - Damage Control (2002) - Dr. Louella Davis
    2002
    Lost in Oz (TV Movie) as
    Alex's Mom (uncredited)
    2001
    Lantana as
    Sonja
    2000
    Eugenie Sandler P.I. (TV Series) as
    Sylvia
    - Episode #1.4 (2000) - Sylvia
    1999
    Taken (Short) as
    Sophia
    1998
    Justice as
    Annie Martin
    1998
    Denial (Short) as
    Mother
    1997
    Amy as
    Sarah Trendle
    1997
    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (TV Mini Series) as
    Lydia
    - Episode #1.2 (1997) - Lydia
    - Episode #1.1 (1997) - Lydia
    1997
    Heart of Fire (TV Movie) as
    Sue Tucker
    1996
    Halifax f.p. (TV Series) as
    Fiona Holmes
    - Sweet Dreams (1996) - Fiona Holmes
    1994
    Ocean Girl (TV Series) as
    Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Return (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Arrival (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Sabotage (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Secrets Out (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Underwater and Undercover (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Our Island (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - No Place Like Home (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Institute (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Mera (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Records and Recollections (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Father's Message (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Where No Whale Swims (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Return (1995) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Tough Decision (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Neri's Secret (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Industrial Spy (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Major Breakthrough (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Romance (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Day Pass (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Toxic Waste (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Property Developers (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Human Tears (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Earthquake (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Wall of Death (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - Set Adrift (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    - The Girl in the Sea (1994) - Dr. Dianne Bates
    1995
    Blue Heelers (TV Series) as
    Sandy Fielding
    - Shadow Man (1995) - Sandy Fielding
    1993
    Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left (TV Series) as
    Officer Jady
    - We Live on the Best One (1994) - Officer Jady
    - Trial by Lava (1994) - Officer Jady
    - Dark Night, Star Bright (1994) - Officer Jady
    - The Past Is Creeping Back (1994) - Officer Jady
    - We're Them Now (1994) - Officer Jady
    - Home Is Where the Heart Is (1994) - Officer Jady
    - The Turning Point (1994) - Officer Jady
    - The Jackson Mutiny (1994) - Officer Jady
    - First Day at School (1994) - Officer Jady
    - Next Item on the Schedule: School (1994) - Officer Jady
    - Crescendo (1993) - Officer Jady
    - Exiles on Renmark Street (1993) - Officer Jady
    - Don't Forget to Turn Left (1993) - Officer Jady
    1994
    High Tide (TV Series) as
    Valerie
    - Beauty's Only Skin Deep (1994) - Valerie
    1993
    All Together Now (TV Series) as
    Beth Sumner
    - School's Out (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Your Cheatin' Heart (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Old School Yard (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Like Sister and Brother (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - We Are Family (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Leader of the Pack (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Just the Way You Are (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Stairway to Heaven (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - From a Distance (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Money Makes the World Go Round (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Friday on My Mind (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Always on My Mind (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - At the Hop (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - In the Flesh (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Move Baby Move (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Turn the Page (1993) - Beth Sumner
    - Amigos para siempre (1993) - Beth Sumner
    1989
    Police Rescue (TV Series) as
    Des McClintock
    - Reunion with Snake (1991) - Des McClintock
    - Saturday Night (1991) - Des McClintock
    - The Cosmic Lightbeam (1991) - Des McClintock
    - Pilot (1989) - Des McClintock
    1990
    Hunting as
    Michelle Harris
    1990
    Come in Spinner (TV Mini Series) as
    Deb Forrest
    - Episode #1.4 (1990) - Deb Forrest
    - Episode #1.3 (1990) - Deb Forrest
    - Episode #1.2 (1990) - Deb Forrest
    - Episode #1.1 (1990) - Deb Forrest
    1989
    American Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Eve Lummis
    - Land of Little Rain (1989) - Eve Lummis
    1989
    G.P. (TV Series)
    - Magic Bullets (1989)
    1988
    Grievous Bodily Harm as
    Annie
    1988
    Dadah Is Death (TV Movie) as
    Shawn Burton
    1988
    Australians (TV Mini Series) as
    Matron
    - Clyde Fenton (1988) - Matron
    1985
    Dynasty (TV Series) as
    Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - The Vigil (1986) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - The Alarm (1986) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - Suspicions (1986) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - The Decision (1985) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - The Titans: Part 2 (1985) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - Royal Wedding (1985) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    - The Heiress (1985) - Elena, Duchess of Branagh
    1985
    Key Exchange as
    The Beauty
    1984
    Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as
    Irina Katsa
    - Death Takes a Curtain Call (1984) - Irina Katsa
    1984
    Tales from the Darkside (TV Series) as
    Elaine Anderson Hall
    - Slippage (1984) - Elaine Anderson Hall
    1984
    The Edge of Night (TV Series) as
    Tess McAdams
    1978
    The Sullivans (TV Series) as
    Winni
    - Episode #1.1062 (1982)
    - Episode #1.1061 (1982)
    - February 21 - 28, 1942 (1978) - Winni (credit only)
    - February 21, 1942 (1978) - Winni (credit only)
    - February 14 - 21, 1942 (1978) - Winni
    - February 10 - 14, 1942 (1978) - Winni
    1981
    Cornflakes for Tea (TV Series) as
    Cheryl
    - Episode #1.6 (1981) - Cheryl
    - Episode #1.5 (1981) - Cheryl
    - Episode #1.4 (1981) - Cheryl
    - Episode #1.3 (1981) - Cheryl
    - Episode #1.2 (1981) - Cheryl
    - Episode #1.1 (1981) - Cheryl
    1980
    Water Under the Bridge (TV Mini Series) as
    Dora
    - Episode #1.8 (1980) - Dora (as Kerri Armstrong)
    1980
    The Franky Doyle Story (TV Movie) as
    Lynn Warner
    1980
    Skyways (TV Series) as
    Angela Murray
    - The Price You Pay (1980) - Angela Murray
    - When the Joker Meets the Avenger - Angela Murray
    - We Can Face It Together - Angela Murray
    - Up the Down Staircase - Angela Murray
    - Two of a Kind - Angela Murray
    - Tippett the Pilot - Angela Murray
    - The Yellow Cake Conspiracy - Angela Murray
    - The Wife Beater - Angela Murray
    - The Unkindest Cut of All - Angela Murray
    - The Italian Connection - Angela Murray
    - The Flying Sleuths - Angela Murray
    - The Defection - Angela Murray
    - The Dark Side of Love - Angela Murray
    - The Curse of Anubis - Angela Murray
    - The Crated Crim - Angela Murray
    - The Biter Bit - Angela Murray
    - The Amanvatti Islands Story - Angela Murray
    - The Abortion - Angela Murray
    - Tales of the South Pacific - Angela Murray
    - Takeover Bid - Angela Murray
    - Tahitian Roulette - Angela Murray
    - Spirit of Christmas - Angela Murray
    - Spaces - Angela Murray
    - Sensitive Relations - Angela Murray
    - Responsibility - Angela Murray
    - Nigel Poulter's Revenge - Angela Murray
    - Life of a Child - Angela Murray
    - Kelly Attacked - Angela Murray
    - Hunter's Denouncement - Angela Murray
    - Hard Case Hanna - Angela Murray
    - Greeks Bearing Gifts - Angela Murray
    - George and the Hooker - Angela Murray
    - Freedom of the Press - Angela Murray
    - Escape to Masang - Angela Murray
    - Echo of Love - Angela Murray
    - Donny's Father - Angela Murray
    - Digging In - Angela Murray
    - Debbie Finds Her Father - Angela Murray
    - Cyclone - Angela Murray
    - Crises of Confidence - Angela Murray
    - Chalk and Cheese - Angela Murray
    - Campaign of Fear - Angela Murray
    - Bush Fire - Angela Murray
    - Big Splash - Angela Murray
    - Barney and the Colonel: Part 2 - Angela Murray
    - Barney and the Colonel: Part 1 - Angela Murray
    - Barclay in Trouble - Angela Murray
    - A Right Royal Finish - Angela Murray
    - A Couple of Losers - Angela Murray
    1978
    Cop Shop (TV Series) as
    Marlene Anderson / Angela Clark
    - Episode #1.164 (1979) - Marlene Anderson
    - Episode #1.47 (1978) - Angela Clark
    1979
    Prisoner (TV Series) as
    Lynn Warner / Lynn
    1977
    The Getting of Wisdom as
    Kate
    1974
    Marion (TV Mini Series) as
    Elizabeth Andrews
    - There Is a War On (1974) - Elizabeth Andrews
    - Passing Through (1974) - Elizabeth Andrews
    - Time to Adjust (1974) - Elizabeth Andrews
    - It's What You Make of It (1974) - Elizabeth Andrews
    Soundtrack
    2007
    Razzle Dazzle (performer: "Venus")
    Self
    2023
    Who Do You Think You Are? (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Kerry Armstrong (2023) - Self
    2022
    This Is Your Life (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Rebecca Gibney (2022) - Self
    2022
    ABC 90 Celebrate! (TV Special) as
    Self
    2018
    Show Me the Movie! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.2 (2018) - Self
    2018
    I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - Stairway to Heaven (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Family Tree (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Help From Our Friends (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The Sweeper (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - A-gag-emy Awards (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Balls of Steel (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Meals on Wheels (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Creepy Crawler (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Newton's Cradle (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - African Mornings (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Big Babies (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The School of Hard Shocks (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Bug Busters (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Target Practice (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - I Scream Shop (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Holy Water (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Blind Soccer (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Shafted (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The World's End (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Dining In The Dark (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Feeling Flushed (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Hot Swingers (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The Viper Room (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Hangry Birds (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Let's Get Trunk (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Ready, Steady, No (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The Heavyweight Championship (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Boulder Dash (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The Grossery Store (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - A Bridge Too Far (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - The Jungle Prep Centre (2018) - Self - Contestant
    2007
    20 to 1 (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Adults Only 20 to 1: Movie Monsters (2010) - Self
    - Adults Only 20 to 1: Sex on the Screen (2010) - Self
    - Rock 'n' Roll Anthems (2009) - Self
    - Adults Only 20 to 01: Sexiest Movie Scenes (2009) - Self
    - Girls on Film (2008) - Self
    - Movie Saints and Sinners (2007) - Self
    - Sexiest Movie Moments (2007) - Self
    - Movie Heroes & Villains (2007) - Self
    - 50 to 01: Great Movie One Liners (2007) - Self
    - Funny Films (2007) - Self
    2007
    9am with David & Kim (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest Host
    - Episode dated 26 June 2007 (2007) - Self - Guest Host
    2006
    Dancing with the Stars (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Audience Member
    - Episode #6.4 (2007) - Self - Audience Member
    - Series 5 Grand Final (2006) - Self
    - Episode #5.4 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #5.3 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #5.2 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #5.1 (2006) - Self
    2005
    Good Morning Australia (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 6 June 2005 (2005) - Self
    2004
    Oyster Farmer: Cast and Crew Interviews (Video short) as
    Self - Actress
    2004
    Oyster Farmer: Deleted and Extended Scenes (Video short) as
    Self - Actress
    2004
    The Making of 'One Perfect Day' (Video documentary short) as
    Self - Actress
    2003
    The 2003 Australian Film Institute Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2003
    Australian Story (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Her Own Sweet Way (2003) - Self
    2002
    The Nature of 'Lantana' (Video documentary short) as
    Self - Actress
    2001
    The Big Schmooze (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.20 (2001) - Self
    1999
    The Panel (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.34 (1999) - Self
    - Episode #2.25 (1999) - Self
    - Episode #2.22 (1999) - Self
    - Episode #2.20 (1999) - Self
    1998
    Hephzibah (Documentary) as
    Hephzibah's letters read by
    1997
    The Making of Special: '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' (TV Movie documentary) as
    Lydia Rawlings
    Archive Footage
    2013
    The Morning Show (TV Series) as
    Lynn Warner
    - Episode dated 26 August 2013 (2013) - Lynn Warner
    2006
    Dancing with the Stars (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #5.5 (2006) - Self
    2004
    On the set of 'Oyster Farmer' with Andrew Urban - Urban Cinefile (Video short) as
    Self - Actress
    1985
    Prisoner (TV Series) as
    Lynn Warner
    - Episode #7.31 (1985) - Lynn Warner

    References

    Kerry Armstrong Wikipedia