Heather Mitchell

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Heather Mitchell
Born 1958
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986–present

Heather Mitchell (born 1958) is an Australian actress, appearing in Australian productions of Stage, television and film. She is a graduate of NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art). She is best known as the lead-actress in the 1990s television show – Spellbinder.

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

Mitchell is well known for her performance as "Ashka" in the Australian/Polish co-productions of Spellbinder, and Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord. The series was a popular children's fantasy program first broadcast in 1995.

Other television series include: Five Mile Creek, the miniseries Bodyline (1984), I Can't Get Started (1985), Land Of Hope (1986) as Helen Davies (10 episodes), Embassy and A Country Practice. In 1998, she starred in the miniseries drama The Day of the Roses, in which she played a victim of the 1977 Granville railway disaster.

Tele-movies[edit]

Mitchell starred in Cody I: A Family Affair (1994), Cody II: Bad Love (1994), Cody III: The Tipoff (1994), Cody VI: The Wrong Stuff (1994).

Movies[edit]

Films in which she appeared, include:

She appeared in the 2006 Australian tele-movie The Society Murders as Sally Wales, starring alongside Georgie Parker. Other tele-movies she has appeared in include Emerald Falls.

Stage Appearances[edit]

Theatre productions include 'The White Devil' (August 2000), 'Bye Bye Birdie' (March 2001)
Mitchell played Hamlet's mother Gertrude in "Bell Shakespeare's Hamlet" at the Playhouse, Arts Centre, Melbourne, in July 2008.[1] In July to August 2011 she appeared in the Belvoir St Theatre's, 'Neighbourhood Watch'.[2]

Private life[edit]

Attended Camden High School in Camden, New South Wales between 1971–1976 and was School Captain in her final year. Heather took the leading role of Elvira in the 1976 school drama production of Noel Coward's 'Hay Fever'.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Reviews". Youthcentral.vic.gov.au. Retrieved 2014-03-16. 
  2. ^ "Neighbourhood Watch, Productions | Belvoir St Theatre". Belvoir.com.au. 2011-08-28. Retrieved 2014-03-16. 

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