Writer, Actor and Director
One of Australia's most respected actors, Nadine's career has spanned film, television and theatre for more than 20 years. Most recently Nadine received an Australian Academy Award (AACTA) nomination for best original screenplay in the short film category for AFTERGLOW.
In 1988, Nadine won the AFI Award for Best Actress for her role in the feature film Mull, and she has received a further two nominations, in 1995 for Best Actress for her role in Metal Skin, for which she won the Australian Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor, and again in 1997 for her performance in the television drama Raw FM.
For her critically acclaimed performance as ˜Fraulein Kost in Sam Mendes production of Cabaret, Nadine won a Green Room Award and a Helpmann Award, and she received nominations for an Australian Dance Award and a MO Award. Her film credits include The Book of Revelation, Darren Ashtons Razzle Dazzle, and Amanda Janes The Wedding Party, which opened the Melbourne International Film Festival in 2010. Nadine is most recently known for her leading role in the hugely successful Seven Network drama City Homicide.
Afterglow was funded by Garner Barnett Productions and was produced by Cameron Barnett . Afterglow is Nadine's first film as writer and director.