Jill Forster

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Jill Forster (born 1936) is a British Australian actress who came to Australia in 1964.

Career[edit]

Forster has been in numerous Australian television dramas including Motel, Number 96, The Box, The Restless Years, Starting Out, Prisoner, A Country Practice, The Flying Doctors, The Power, The Passion and SeaChange.[1] She also acted in the hit sex-comedy film Alvin Purple (1973).

Personal life[edit]

Forster married actor and frequent co-star John Stanton in the mid 1970s. They have acted together in Homicide, The Box and Bellamy

Awards[edit]

  • AFI Best Actress Award for Great Expectations [1]
  • AFI Best Supporting Actress Award for Libido [1]
  • AFI Best Supporting Actress Nomination for Say A Little Prayer [1]
  • 1999 AFI Award Best Actress for SeaChange [1]

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