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Sonja Tallis is an Australian actress, singer, and drama teacher.
Sonja Tallis began her showbiz career as a folk singer, touring as part of a duo called "Sean & Sonja", before moving onto acting. After acting in serial The Young Doctors, she had a small role in Sons and Daughters, before going onto her best-known role, as top dog Nora Flynn in Prisoner which she played for six months between May and November 1985. She went on to a regular role in the short-lived Crawford's series Prime Time in 1986, and has also appeared in Home and Away and McLeod's Daughters.
Tallis now teaches drama, both privately and in a number of drama schools in Sydney.
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