Deidre Rubenstein

Deidre Rubenstein (born 1948) is an Australian television and theatre actress, well known for her performance in Australian soap operas and main stage dramatic roles. She has won the Australian Film Institute (AFI)Award as Best Actress. Rubenstein graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1967 and has worked extensively in live theatre, television, films and as a narrator of audio books. She has produced a significant body of work as a narrator of audio books and has won several awards in this field. Rubenstein has worked in television comedies, drama, mini-series and TV movies. In 1970 she appeared in an episode of Homicide. She played a guest role in Prisoner (1979–80), as terrorist Janet Dominguez. In 2004 Rubenstein played the scheming Svetlanka Ristic in the soap opera Neighbours. Rubenstein's career in the theatre includes work with several major Australian companies, including the Nimrod Theatre Company and Melbourne Theatre Company. In 1993 she had a solo show called, What's a Girl to Do?, where she performed poems written by contemporary Australian women poets.


Freebase CC-BY
Source: Deidre Rubenstein on Freebase, licensed under CC-BY
Other content from Wikipedia, licensed under CC BY-SA