Penne Hackforth-Jones

Penne Hackforth-Jones (Penelope Beatrix Hackforth-Jones) (born 1949) is an American-born Australian actress and writer. She has a number of television credits such as Bellbird, Homicide, Matlock Police, Division 4, Tandarra, Cash and Company, Young Ramsay, Punishment, Bellamy, A Country Practice, Mother and Son, Tanamera - Lion of Singapore, Murder Call and All Saints and, more recently, Chandon Pictures and :30 Seconds. She played Cynthia Dodds in the 2009 film Mao's Last Dancer and Mrs Johnson in The Tree. She also featured in a long running television advertisement series for Kellogg's Sultana Bran in the 1980s. She is the author of a biography of her great-grandmother, writer Barbara Baynton, titled Barbara Baynton – between two worlds.


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