| Sonia Todd|
1989 – present
| 1959 (age 55–56)Adelaide, Australia|
National Institute of Dramatic Art
Logie Award for Best Actress
McLeod's Daughters, Shine, Police Rescue, Water Rats, Return to Jupiter
Zoe Naylor, Brett Tucker, Scott Hicks, Posie Graeme‑Evans, Dustin Clare
Sean Walton, Lewis Walton
Sonia Todd Wikipedia
Sonia Todd (born 1963; Adelaide) is an Australian actress. She is best known for her television roles as Sgt. Georgina Rattray in Police Rescue, Meg Fountain in McLeod's Daughters and Gina Austin in the soap opera Home and Away.
She studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art and starred in the play Strictly Ballroom, directed by Baz Luhrmann. She also played the waitress, Sylvia, in the film Shine directed by Scott Hicks, in the café scene where Geoffrey Rush plays Flight of the Bumblebee by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov to an understandably stunned audience.
Todd is married to Rhett Walton and has two sons (born in 1992 and 2000), the first from a previous relationship.
Todd became known from the role of 'Georgia Rattray' in the television series Police Rescue, for which she won for an AFI Award in 1991. She was also nominated for an AFI Award for her role in the four-part mini-series The Potato Factory (2000).
From 2001–06, 2007, 2009 (guest), she played 'Meg Fountain' in McLeod's Daughters.
Todd held a recurring role in All Saints from late 2007 to early 2008; she portrayed psychiatrist Dr Elizabeth Foy. She also appeared in All Saints previously, playing the part of Kate Larson
In January 2009, Todd joined the cast of Seven Network drama series Home and Away in the regular role of Gina Austin. After four years on the show, Todd decided to leave Home and Away to pursue other acting challenges. She appears in the legal drama Janet King.