Victoria Thaine

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Victoria Thaine
Victoria Thaine.jpg
Thaine in September 2009
Born (1984-01-04) 4 January 1984 (age 33)
Nationality Australian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003 – present

Victoria Thaine (born 7 January 1984) is an Australian television and film actress[1][2] and former playwright.[3][4]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Night We Called It a Day, TheThe Night We Called It a Day Penny
2004 Floodhouse Mara
2005 Still Life Mandy Short
2005 Son of the Mask Sylvia
2005 Assistant, TheThe Assistant Eunice Short
2005 Debut Jade Short
2006 Caterpillar Wish, TheThe Caterpillar Wish Emily Woodbridge
2006 48 Shades Imogen
2006 Gone Lena
2009 Loved Ones, TheThe Loved Ones Holly
2009 Special Korean Sauce Tarina Short
2010 Call Centre Grace Short
2010 Last Tupper, TheThe Last Tupper Penny Short
2011 Republic of Simon, TheThe Republic of Simon Victoria Short
2014 Horse Feathers Claire Short
2016 Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows Alice Hartley


Year Title Role Notes
2003 All Saints Sasha Netterfield "Safety Net", "Doctor of Choice", "Harm's Way"
2005 Small Claims: White Wedding Tori TV film
2006 Blue Heelers Gina O'Connor "One Day More: Parts 1 & 2"
2006 Two Twisted Danielle Carmody "Saviour"
2007 Rain Shadow Jill Blake TV miniseries
2007 BlackJack: Ghosts Jenny Searle TV film
2010 Wilfred Cynthia "Honey You're Killing the Dog"
2010 Rake Fiona McReady "R vs Lorton", "R vs Tanner"
2011 Rush Lexi Dennett "4.2", "4.3"
2012 Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Miss Parkes "Blood and Circuses"
2013 Doctor Blake Mysteries, TheThe Doctor Blake Mysteries Dawn Prentice "Game of Champions"
2013 Mr & Mrs Murder Tracey Anderson "The Art of Murder"
2013-15 Nowhere Boys Alice Hartley Recurring role
2016 Bruce Monica "Neighbours", "Mortality's Light Lingering Touch", "Death Moth"

Other work[edit]

Year Title Notes
2010 Last Tupper, TheThe Last Tupper Co-producer, writer, director
2013 Kingdom of Doug, TheThe Kingdom of Doug Writer, co-director


Thaine was nominated at the 2008 Logie Awards for the Most Outstanding Actress category for her role in the drama Rain Shadow.


  1. ^ "Shadow over the Adelaide Hills". The Sunday Mail (Adelaide). 6 October 2007. Retrieved 19 October 2011. 
  2. ^ Sarah Nicholson (3 October 2007). "Women help a thirsty land". The Courier Mail. Retrieved 19 October 2011. 
  3. ^ Ben Plymin (7 November 2010). "Essential Interview: Victoria Thaine". News Hit. Retrieved 19 October 2011. 
  4. ^ Victoria Thaine on IMDb