Caroline Brazier is an Australian actress who is best known for the role of Chrissy Merchant in Packed to the Rafters and the starring roles of Veronica Johnson and her twin sister Betti in the children's television series Parallax. Brazier has also had a number of roles in the theatre, films and other television series.
Brazier was married to fellow Australian actor Geoff Morrell.
Originally from Perth, Western Australia, Brazier graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1998. In between acting engagements, Brazier often heads home to spend time with her parents in Perth.
Brazier has appeared in The Merchant of Venice, Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra for the Bell Shakespeare Company, Whale Music at Darlinghurst Theatre, and Speed-the-Plow for Perth Theatre Company. In 2012 she won Best Actress in a Leading Role in an Independent Production for I Want To Sleep With Tom Stoppard (Sydney Theatre Awards).
|20??||Stick||Woman / Apparition||Short, completed|
|2000||Above the Law||Carla Benning||"Moving on Up"|
|2000||Home and Away||Alicia Campbell||Recurring role|
|2001||South Pacific||Rose||TV film|
|2001||Water Rats||Heather Pinchon||"The Marrying Kind"|
|2001||TwentyfourSeven||Georgia Leighton-Smith||"It's My Life"|
|2002||Young Lions||Gabrielle Hall||"Boy School Bullies"|
|2003||White Collar Blue||Sonia Parry||"2.13"|
|2004||Parallax||Veronica Johnson / Betti||Main role|
|2007||City Homicide||Frances Deerborne||"Family Planning"|
|2008–09||Packed to the Rafters||Chrissey Merchant||Recurring role|
|2009||30 Seconds||Kirsty||"Good Clown Bad Clown"|
|2009||Legend of the Seeker||Miss Crantan / Mistress Nathair||"Broken"|
|2010–16||Rake||Wendy Greene||Main role|
|2011||Wild Boys||Catherine Bell||Regular role|
|2011||Terra Nova||Deborah Tate||Recurring role|
|2012||Dripping in Chocolate||Marion Verger||TV film|
|2012||Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries||Hetty||"Death by Miss Adventure"|
|2015–16||Home and Away||Carol Peters||Recurring role|
|2016||Deep Water||Tina Toohey||TV miniseries|
- Sydney Theatre Awards
- "Silverchair - Emotion Sickness (Official Video)". YouTube. 28 September 2012.