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Victoria Longley (Australian actress)

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Occupation  Actress
Years active  1985–2009

Name  Victoria Longley
Role  Australian actress
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Born  24 September 1960 (1960-09-24) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died  August 30, 2010, St Leonards, Australia
Awards  AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominations  AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress
Movies and TV shows  Genie in the House, Celia, Dallas Doll, Diana & Me, Crimebroker
Similar People  Ann Turner, Robyn Nevin, Sumner Locke Elliott, Neil Armfield, Michael Gow

Victoria Constance Mary Longley (24 September 1960 – 29 August 2010) was an Australian actress. She worked extensively in television.

Victoria Longley Curtain falls too soon for Victoria Longley

She debuted in a film called The More Things Change as a pregnant au pair. An early foray into television was in the epic miniseries The Dirtwater Dynasty, opposite Hugo Weaving. In the ABC television series, The Mercury, not-so-loosely based on the Sunday Age, she played a senior journalist, with Geoffrey Rush cast as editor, believed to be modelled on Bruce Guthrie.

Victoria Longley The funeral of Victoria Longley

Her television credits included: Murder Call, Wildside, Water Rats, Farscape, The Alien Years, Turtle Beach, Young Lions, and All Saints. She was the daughter of doctor and rowing coach Eric Longley and Pam. When she was young the family lived in Seaforth, subsequently moving to Northwood.


Longley died from breast cancer, aged 49, in St Leonards, New South Wales.


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