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... Cities sets the ratings record of the highest-rating Australian television series launch since the introduction of the OzTAM people meter system in 2001. 2.58 million viewers, and is also the highest rating non-sporting program in television history. 3 May – Rebecca Gibney wins the Gold Logie Award for the Most Popular Personality on Australian Television at the 2009 Logie Awards ...
... in Melbourne and Sydney, where the majority of stage and television work took place at this time ... made her film debut in a minor role as Wendy in the modern Australian film, The FJ Holden directed by Michael Thornhill, and in the same year as Maria in the film adaptation of Henry Handel Richardson's colonial ... her versatility as a performer appearing in the Australian television sequel of the British comedy series Father, Dear Father in Australia alongside ...
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