Susie Porter is one of Australia's most well-respected actors, working consistently in film, theatre and television.
She has played an impressive range of characters, and has been nominated for six AFI awards, winning three, including two Best Lead Actress awards, as well as winning a Most Outstanding Actress Logie award.
The sexual candour of her characters was explored in her leading roles in Feeling Sexy (2000), Better Than Sex (2001), and The Monkey's Mask (2001). Porter had a supporting role in the Australian film Little Fish (2005), and The Caterpillar Wish (2006) which won her Best Supporting Actress in the AFI Awards. Effortlessly making the transition to theatre, Porter starred as Olive in the play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll at the Belvoir Theatre, Sydney.
She has played everything from a tough-talking detective to a bikie moll to her most recent role as Pam, the free-spirited mum on the television series Puberty Blues and has established herself as one the country's leading actresses.