Deni Gordon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Not to be confused with Dennie Gordon.

Deni Gordon is an American-born Australian actress and performer. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Gordon is the daughter of African-American parents and moved to Australia in 1969 to star in a musical called "Hair" with longtime friend and fellow cast mate Marcia Hines. She appeared as a singer and dancer in the ABC sketch comedy series The Dingo Principle, and had a guest role in the soap opera Sons and Daughters in 1987. She had a regular role in the fifth season of Heartbreak High as teacher Ronnie Brooks,[1] and has appeared as a Priestess in both the film The Matrix[2] and the Farscape episode "Jeremiah Crichton" in 1999.

Gordon is the voice behind the "r-r-r-r-rage!" scream heard in the opening titles and breakers of the long-running ABC music video program Rage.[3]


  1. ^ Character biography: Ronnie Brooks, Heartbreak High (ABC).
  2. ^ Review: The Matrix, Sight & Sound, British Film Institute, 1999.
  3. ^ Gee, Narelle (2011). Real Wild Child: An insider's tales from the rage couch. Sydney: HarperCollins. ISBN 0730494551. 

External links[edit]