Cathy Wilcox

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Cathy Wilcox
Born Catherine Morville Wilcox
Sydney, Australia - 1963
New South Wales
Nationality Australian
Known for Cartoons
Notable work(s) A Proper Little Lady
Awards Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism – Cartooning, 2007 / Australian Book Council of Austtralia Award.

Cathy Wilcox (born 1963) is an Australian cartoonist and children's book illustrator, best known for her work as a cartoonist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers. She has also twice won the Australian Children's Book Council's 'Picture Book of the Year' award. In 2007 she won the Walkley Award in Cartooning for a cartoon about Sheikh Taj el-Din al Hilaly's infamous 'uncovered meat' remarks on Australian women.[1]

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