Guy Pearce
(Movies & TV)
Steve Bisley
(Movies & TV)
Gillian Armstrong
(Movies & TV)
Phillip Noyce
(Movies & TV)
Sam Neill
(Movies & TV)
Ethan Hawke
(Movies & TV)
Jim Caviezel
(Movies & TV)

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Claudia Karvan

Knowledge Identifier: +Claudia_Karvan


Claudia Karvan

Australian actress popular for her roles in the television series The Secret Life of Us and Love My Way. She is also a producer and writer on Love My Way. She currently stars in the drama series Spirited add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1972.

Countries: Australia (73%), United States (18%), New Zealand (9%)

Main connections: Guy Pearce, Steve Bisley, Gillian Armstrong




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Claudia Karvan was born in 1972 add something


It is an updated version of the 1981 film "Puberty Blues" add something


Karvan began screen acting in 1983 when she appeared in the film "Molly" add something


In 1987, she went on to appear in Phillip Noyce's "Echoes of Paradise" and appeared alongside Judy Davis in Gillian Armstrong's "High Tide" that same year add something


Catherine McClements - McClements is good friends with fellow actress Claudia Karvan, whom she met at the AFI *awards in 1990 and starred with in the film "Redheads" in 1992


In 1993, Karvan won an Australian Film Critic's Circle award for Best Actress for her role in "The Heartbreak Kid" add something


She was nominated for an AFI award for Best Supporting Actress in the 1999 film "Passion" add something


First in 2003 for The Secret Life of Us, in 2006 for Love My Way, and again in 2010 for Saved add something


As a producer of "Love My Way", Karvan received further AFI awards in 2005, 2006 and 2007 for Best Television Drama Series add something


She won the award again in 2005 and 2007 for her role as Frankie Paige in the television series "Love My Way" add something


In 2006, she had a role in "Footy Legends", a film about rugby league add something


Karvan was inducted into the Australian Film Walk of Fame in 2007 in acknowledgment of her contributions to the Australian film and television industry add something


She co-starred with Jim Caviezel in "Nature's Grave", directed by Jamie Blanks in 2008 add something


Dungog Film Festival - In 2008 the festival's "In The Raw" program showcased two feature film scripts which have since gone into production: "Sleeping Beauty", starring Emily Browning and Michael Dorman, and "Mei Mei", starring Guy Pearce and Claudia Karvan


She appeared in the 2010 film "Daybreakers", a vampire thriller co-starring Ethan Hawke and Sam Neill and filmed on the Gold Goast add something


In August 2010, a new Australian series starring Karvan was launched, "Spirited" add something


Australian Film Festival - On 7 March 2010, with the support of Randwick City Council and the Ritz Cinema, the Australian Film Festival inducted Steve Bisley and Claudia Karvan to the Australian Film Walk of Fame


She starred in "33 Postcards", released in 2011 and Long Weekend add something


In 2013, Karvan starred in the ABC miniseries The Time Of Our Lives as Caroline add something


In 2014, she returned to season two of the show add something


In 2016 Karvan starred opposite Guy Pearce in Jack Irish, for ABC TV, as character Sarah Longmore, while 2017 has seen her play the lead character Josephine Newton in Newton's Law once again for ABC TV. add something