Angie Milliken (born 1964) is an Australian actress.
Throughout the 1990s, Milliken starred as Jo Moody in a series of telemovies with Robert Taylor, called The Feds, and in 1999 starred in Paperback Hero, as well as guest starring on Farscape and Stingers. In 1992 she was in the film Eight Ball and in 1996 she memorably featured in Dead Heart.
She regularly performed on stage for Sydney Theatre Company and became a well known face in the Australian film and television industry. In 2001, she won an AFI award for her role in My Brother Jack and then starred in the acclaimed The Shark Net (2003).
Since 2003, Milliken has starred as Amanda McKay, a lawyer, on MDA, winning an AFI Award in 2003.
Milliken played Jamie Thompson's mother in This Isn't Funny in 2015.
Nominations and awards
- Act of Necessity, 1991 - nominated for an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
- My Brother Jack, 2001 - won AFI Award for Best Actress in a Telefeature or Mini Series
- MDA, 2003 - won AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama or Comedy