Christine Harris (actress)

Christine Harris (born 1959) is an Australian actress and producer,[1] born and raised in South Australia. She is currently director of HIT Productions theatre touring company.

CareerEdit

After portraying a young version of popular Australian singer Julie Anthony in a television special, Harris moved to Sydney at the end of 1979 to star as paraplegic Tina Marshall (who worked in her father's pinball parlour) in the short-lived Network Ten soap opera Arcade (1980). She followed this with the role of nurse Dolly Davis in soap opera The Young Doctors for the Nine Network, before moving to Melbourne to play the key role of Amy Carson in the acclaimed Crawford Productions series Carson's Law (1983–84).[citation needed]

Subsequent roles included stints as the Prison Governor's daughter Pippa Reynolds in Prisoner in 1985-1986; Georgia in the ABC-TV mini series Darlings of the Gods; and Sylvie Latham in Neighbours. She also appeared in the motion picture Beyond My Reach.[citation needed]

HIT ProductionsEdit

In 1997 Christine was named "Victorian Entrepreneur of the Year," for her efforts in establishing HIT Productions[2] however the company was liquidated in 2013 with debts totalling $1.8 million.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Quinn, Karl (8 January 2013). "Theatre company in liquidation but the shows go on". Sydney Morning Herald Online.
  2. ^ "Christine Harris HIT productions". Australian Businesswomens Network. Archived from the original on 23 February 2014. Retrieved 26 February 2014.

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