Jacqueline Anne Woodburne is a Northern Irish-born actress, who is notable for her career on Australian television, and who is best known for her role of Susan Kennedy in Neighbours and her previous TV soap opera roles in The Young Doctors, Cop Shop, Sons and Daughters and Prisoner As of 2020, Along with Neighbours co-star Alan Fletcher she is the third Third longest-serving television soap opera actor in Australia, after Home and Away stars Ray Meagher and Lynne McGranger.
|Born:||Jacqueline Ann Woodburne, February 5, 1956, Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland|
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About Jackie Woodburne
Irish-born Australian actress most well known for her appearance in the long-running soap opera Neighbours. She is also well recognized for her portrayal of Julie Egbert in the 1980s series Prisoner: Cell Block H.
She attended National Theatre Drama School alongside future Neighbours cast mate Janet Andrewartha.
In 2014, she portrayed the lead role in Night Terrace, a narrative comedy audio series akin to Doctor Who.
Her father was a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary in Northern Ireland. She has two older brothers named John and Stephen. She and her family moved to Australia when she was only three.
She portrayed Alan Fletcher's sister in Cop Shop, but later portrayed his wife in Nieghbours.
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