- Jackie Weaver
name = Jackie Weaver
birthdate = Birth date and age|1947|5|25|mf=y
Film actor, Stage actor, Television actor
Jacki Weaver (born
May 25 1947) is an Australian stage, television and film actress.
Hornsby Girls High School. Her father was a Sydney solicitor, her mother from northern England.
Weaver has married five times. She married first at age 19, to David Price, a television director and producer. She had a son, Dylan Taylor (born 1970), by John Walters, when she was still married to Price, but separated from him. Walters was 30 years older than Jackie, and died when Dylan was 16, although she was no longer with Walters by that time. David Price also died, of cirrhosis of the liver, contracted through hepatitis C (it was wrongly rumoured that he had AIDS). Her second husband was Max Hensser, a sound recordist. She twice married and divorced her third husband
Derryn Hinch. At Hinch's and Weaver's first wedding in 1983, their best man was Andrew Peacock. They divorced for the second time in October 1998. Her fifth husband was Sean Taylor, who is eight years younger than Jackie. At one time, she was in a relationship with Richard Wherrett; they came close to marrying, but his homosexuality meant this was not a practical proposition. Her brother Rod Weaver, a barrister, is married to Helen Wellings.
She is a good friend of Archbishop
Peter Carnley, and stayed with him whenever she was in Perth.
The Two-Wheeled Time Machine" (1997) .... Old Alice
Cosi" (1996) .... Cherry
House Rules" (1988) TV Series
The Perfectionist" (1987) .... Barbara Gunn
*"The Challenge" (1986) (mini) TV Series .... Rasa Bertrand
Abra Cadabra" (1983) (V) (voice) .... Primrose Buttercup
Sarah" (1982) (TV) (voice)
*"Squizzy Taylor" (1982) .... Dolly
Trial by Marriage" (1980) TV Series .... Joan
Water Under the Bridge" (1980) (TV) .... Maggie McGhee
The Dick Emery Show in Australia" (1977) TV Series .... Various Characters
*"Alvin Purple" (1976) TV Series .... Emily
*"Caddie" (1976) .... Josie
Do I Have to Kill My Child?"(1976) (TV)
Up the Convicts" (1976) TV Series
The Removalists" (1975) .... Fiona Carter
*"Picnic at Hanging Rock" (1975) .... Minnie
Polly My Love" (1975) (TV) .... Polly
Petersen" (1974) .... Susie Petersen
Alvin Purple" (1973) .... Second Sugar Girl
*"Stork" (1971) .... Anna
The Schoolmistress" (1967) (TV)
Wandjina!" (1966) TV Series
* 2004: "Last Cab to Darwin" (Reg Cribbe) with
Sean Taylorand Barry Otto
* April 2002: Appeared in
David Williamson's play "Soulmates" (2002) with [Sean Taylor (actor)|Sean Taylor. ( Sydney Opera HouseDrama Theatre).
* "The Falls" (
Griffin Theatre Company)
* "Fred" (Beatrix Christian) (
Sydney Theatre Company)
* "After The Ball" (Sydney Theatre Company)
*"Navigating" (Katherine Thompson; 1997; directed by
Richard Wherrett; Queensland and Melbourne Theatre companies)
* "They're Playing Our Song" (early 1980s)
The Three Sisters" and " The Seagull" ( Anton Chekhov)
A Streetcar Named Desire" ( Tennessee Williams)
Love's Labour's Lost" ( William Shakespeare)
* "Bedroom Farce"
* "Reunion" (rock musical)
* "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers" (
* "The Real Thing"
* "Emerald City"
* "Blithe Spirit"
* "Six Degrees of Separation"
* "Girl Talk" (Australia wide October 2000 to June 2001)
Water Under the Bridge"
Trial by Marriage"
The Comedy Game"
Would You Believe"
*Best Actress Awards for
Joy Greshamin " Shadowlands" and Dr Georgeous in " The Sisters Rosensweig".
*Variety Club Award for "
They're Playing Our Song".
* Jane Cadzow, "All or nothing", Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, 5 December 1998
* Deborah Blashki-Marks, "What I've Learnt: Jacki Weaver", The Age, 8 May 2004
* [http://colsearch.nfsa.afc.gov.au/nfsa/search/summary/summary.w3p;adv=yes;group=;groupequals=;page=0;parentid=;query=Number%3A567583%20|%20Number%3A374106%20|%20Number%3A351734%20|%20Number%3A430209%20|%20Number%3A430218%20|%20Number%3A430193%20|%20Number%3A429146%20|%20Number%3A429140;querytype=;resCount=10 Jacki Weaver at the National Film and Sound Archive]
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