|Full Name Maureen Edwards|
Spouse(s) Peter Tulloch
|Name Maureen Edwards|
Maureen Edwards is a New Zealand-born Australian actress. She initially trained to become a teacher, before becoming interested in theatre, appearing at Dunedin's Globe Theatre in the 1960s and becoming an administrator for the gateway players. She remains best known for her role as Matron Rosemary Prior in the television series A Country Practice, and as Ruby Dwyer in Neighbours. She has also appeared in many Australia miniseries and films such as All the Rivers Run, having emigrated from New Zealand to Australia with her husband Peter Tulloch in 1977.
She also had recurring role's in Prisoner appearing briefly in the series in four different roles, but best known as background officer Sue Bailey. Other television parts included Blue Heelers and The Secret Life Of Us. She also had a recurring role in the New Zealand series hit Shortland Street as hospital CEO Dr. Patricia Hewitt from 2001–02, and played Marcia Taylor and Ruby Dwyer in Neighbours in 1985 and 2003, respectively.