Matilda Brown

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Matilda Brown
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Matilda Brown at the 2012 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival in Sydney
Born
Matilda Brown

1987 (age 31–32)
Occupationactress, film director, screenwriter
Years active1996–present

Matilda Brown (born 1987) is an Australian actress, writer and director.

Matilda Brown is best known for her work in the short film series, Lessons From The Grave where she stars opposite her father Bryan Brown.[1] Her mother is actress Rachel Ward. She has an elder sister Rosie and a younger brother Joe, who is also working as an actor.

Her short film, How God Works, was a finalist in the 2010 Tropfest.[2]

Other television credits include guest spots on My Place, Rake and Offspring.

Her partner is former My Kitchen Rules contestant Scott Gooding. Together they have a son, Zan Neathway Gooding. [1]

Selected filmography[edit]

  • Twisted Tales (1996) TV series
  • Martha's New Coat (2003)
  • The Road Ahead (2007) Short film
  • Underbelly: The Golden Mile (2010) TV series
  • How God Works (2010) Short film (actress, director, writer)
  • Offspring (2010) TV series
  • Rake (2010–2012) TV series
  • My Place (2011) TV series
  • Cocks (2011) Short film (actress, director, writer)
  • Am I Okay (2012) Short film (actress, director)
  • Lessons from the Grave (2013) TV miniseries (actress, director, writer)
  • The iMom (2014) Short film
  • Let's Talk About (2015) streaming TV series (actress, director, writer)
  • Palm Beach (2019) (actress)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Don Groves (22 July 2013). "Browns team up for Lessons from the Grave". If.com.au. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
  2. ^ "2010 Finalists". 2010. Retrieved 21 January 2016.

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