10 May 1976 |
|Years active||Since 1997|
|Spouse(s)||Scott Johnson (2005–2009)|
|Partner(s)||Jon Sivewright (Current)|
Rachel Gordon (born 10 May 1976) is an Australian actress.
Gordon was born in Brisbane, Australia, the daughter of Donna Gordon. Her great-grandfather was Prime Minister Joseph Lyons, and her great-grandmother was, Dame Enid Lyons, who was the first woman in the Australian parliament. Gordon is a 1996 graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney. Since her graduation, she has combined stage acting with various roles in Australian television and films.
Gordon played Detective Senior Constable Amy Fox in the long-running television show Blue Heelers, from 2004 to 2006. She appeared in long-running soap opera Neighbours in 2007. She followed this with Home and Away, playing the estranged mother of Drew Curtis.
In late 2004 Gordon married her partner of 11 years, actor Scott Johnson, who she met at NIDA. They divorced in 2009. Gordon is currently in a committed relationship with actor Jon Sivewright with whom she has two children.
|2004||Whole New You, AA Whole New You||Woman in Middle Management||Short film|
|2007||Razzle Dazzle||Vomit Child's Mother|
|1997||Big Sky||Tara Brown / Lisa||"Wishing and Hoping"|
|1998||Never Tell Me Never||Angela||TV film|
|2000-2001||All Saints||Claudia McKenzie||Recurring role|
|2002||White Collar Blue||Mardi Peters||"1.12"|
|2003||Farscape||Lo'Laan||"Mental as Anything"|
|2004-2006||Blue Heelers||Amy Fox||Main role|
|2005||Cooks, TheThe Cooks||Annette||"Sticky"|
|2007||Neighbours||Dr. Charlotte Stone||Recurring role|
|2007-2008||Home and Away||Jazz Curtis||Main role|
|2012||Moody Christmas, AA Moody Christmas||Bridget Quaill||Main role|
|2013||Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting, TheThe Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting||Special Guest||"1.1", "1.2", "1.3"|
|2014||Moodys, TheThe Moodys||Bridget Quaill||Main role|
|2015||Winter||Melanie Winter||Recurring role|
- "Logie award nominee Rachel Gordon struts her stuff on stage in charming romantic comedy". dailytelegraph.com.au. The Daily Telegraph. 26 October 2014. Retrieved 7 December 2014.
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