Geire Kami

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Geire Kami
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Kami from Hay House Australia's guest blog
Born Geire Marrianne Pinnock
(1974-03-03) 3 March 1974 (age 43)
Sydney
Occupation Actor, writer, radio presenter
Years active 1990–present

Geire Kami (pronounced /ˈɡɛərə ˈkæmi/ GAIRKAM-ee; b. Geire Pinnock 3 March 1974 Sydney) is an Australian actress, who has appeared in many Melbourne theatre productions.

Kami produced and presented two networked radio shows on Southern Cross Austereo's RadioWest throughout 2011 and 2012. She won a 2012 ACRA (Australian Commercial Radio Award) for a memorial piece on fallen Australian Defence Force Special forces of Australia commando Todd Langley.[1]

Television and film credits include Creative Violence,[2] Full Frontal and Fast Forward. In the mini series, After The Deluge, directed by Brendan Maher, she played a small part as Alex Kirby's (David Wenham's) secretary, Lisa. In Prey,[3] directed by George T. Miller, Kami appears in a bit part as a patient. Also credited as Geire M. Faulkner.

Geire Kami is also a playwright, published by Heinemann Press.[4] Other written works by Kami have been produced in Australia, New York and Canada. She is an alumnus of St Martins Youth Arts Centre.

Kami is related to Australian conservationists Myles and Milo Dunphy, and Heaven the Axe frontwoman Phoebe Pinnock.

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