Anna Volska

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Anna Volska
Born (1944-12-01) 1 December 1944 (age 72)
Milanówek, Poland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1965–present
Spouse(s) John Bell (Australian actor) AO OBE
Children Lucy Bell, Hilary Bell
Awards 1 (naacp image)

Anna Volska (born 1 December 1944 at Milanówek, Poland) is an Australian television actress. She arrived in Australia when she was young and has acted from a young age.

Television work[edit]

Volska has appeared in many Australian television drama series, mostly in a guest role. Her first role was in 1965, where she had a small role in The Recruiting Officer. In 1973, Volska had a leading role in Behind the Legend (where she played 'Helena Rubenstein'). She then appeared on A Country Practice from 1987 until 1991. In 2009, she had a recurring role in the final season of All Saints (TV series) (as 'Katerina Ajanovic'). In 2010, Volska appeared on the telemovie Sisters of War playing the role of nun named Sister Cordula.


Volska has acted extensively in theatre in companies such as Nimrod Theatre Company and the Bell Shakespeare Company displayed great versatility in roles as varied as those from Shakespeare to modern Australia theatre.


Volska won a Best Single Performance by an Actress award at the 1973 Logie Awards for her role in Behind The Legend.[1]


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