Claudia Karvan Wiki
Claudia Karvan is an Australian actress, producer, and screenwriter, who was born on May 19, 1972.
She was recognized for her performance in G.P. with the AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama (later renamed the AACTA Awards) (1996).
She received two comparable AFI Awards for her efforts in Love My Way (2005 and 2007), as well as one for The Time of Our Lives (2014). (2013–2014).
She was a co-creator, co-producer, and a cast member of the TV drama series Bump in 2021.
|Date of Birth||May 19, 1972|
|Place of Birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Net worth||$6 million (estimated)|
Claudia Karvan Background
Claudia Karvan was born in Sydney. She was raised along with her two siblings and mother, Gabrielle Goddard. She attended Glenmore Road Public School in Paddington for her elementary education.
She lived in Bali for a year starting at the age of eight with her mother and two brothers.
Her family relocated to King’s Cross after returning to Australia, where her stepfather ran Arthur’s, a restaurant and nightclub.
Claudia Karvan Career
Claudia Karvan made her acting debut in the 1983 children’s movie Molly as Maxie Ireland, a little girl who befriends Molly, a gifted canine.
She acted in Phillip Noyce’s 1987 film Echoes of Paradise before joining Judy Davis in Gillian Armstrong’s 1987 film High Tide.
At the age of 17, Karvan was cast as the lead, Joanna Johnson, in the Australian comedy-crime film The Big Steal (1990). She provided the voice for Michelle in $9.99, “a stop motion toon for grown-ups,” in September 2008. She made an appearance in the 2009 vampire thriller Daybreakers, which was filmed on the Gold Coast and starred Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe.
Karvan performed in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 1 at Riverside Theatres in Parramatta in April 1991.
In late December 1998, Karvan performed in Fred, a play by Beatrix Christian, at Wharf 1 Theatre. The piece “begins as a brittle, quite humorous murder mystery morphs become a speculation on the meaning of life, with a little of sex-farce of the slamming door sort,” according to Mark Stoyich of Green Left. Monica, the role she plays on television, “… [who] dresses sexily and throws herself at Detective Rose. She’s a neurotic, dippy vegetarian (John Adam).
Claudia Karvan Husband
Claudia Karvan in the late 1980s, first met Jeremy Sparks, an Australian film set builder who eventually became an engineer. Their two children, a son named Albee and a girl named Audrey, were born in 2001 and 1995, respectively (born 2006).
Claudia Karvan Net worth
Claudia Karvan has an estimated net worth of $6 million. She is an Australian actor, producer, and screenwriter who won two similar AFI Awards for her work on the films The Time of Our Lives (2005) and Love My Way (2007). (2014). (2013–2014).
Claudia Karvan Filmography
Molly 1983 Maxie Ireland
Going Down 1983 Disgruntled child
Echoes of Paradise 1987 Julie
High Tide 1987 Ally
The Big Steal 1990 Joanna Johnson
Holidays on the River Yarra 1991 Elsa
Redheads 1992 Lucy
The Nostradamus Kid 1993 Beat girl Cameo
Touch Me 1993 Christine Short
Flynn 1993 Penelope Watts
Broken Highway 1993 Catherine
The Heartbreak Kid 1993 Christina Papadopoulos
Exile 1994 Jean
Lust and Revenge 1996 Georgina Oliphant
Dating the Enemy 1996 Tash
Two Girls and a Baby 1998 Catherine Short
Paperback Hero 1999 Ruby Vale
Passion 1999 Alfhild de Luce
Strange Planet 1999 Judy
Risk 2000 Louise Roncoli
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones 2002 Sola Naberrie Scenes deleted
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 2005 Sola Naberrie
Aquamarine 2006 Ginny Rogers
Footy Legends 2006 Alison Berry
$9.99 2008 Michelle Voice
Long Weekend 2008 Carla
Daybreakers 2009 Audrey Bennett
33 Postcards 2011 Barbara
Scratch 2012 Holly Short
The Darkside 2013 socialite
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 Mrs. Shelton
Infidel 2020 Elizabeth Rawlins
Princess Kate 1988 Amanda TV film
The Last Resort 1988 Emma Parker TV series
Natural Justice: Heat 1996 Asta Cadell TV film
G.P. 1996 Jessica Travis Season 8, Episode 22, “Sing Me a Lullaby”
Twisted Tales 1997 Cassie Blake Episode 12: “One Way Ticket”
Fallen Angels 1997 Yvonne Everett Episode 9: “Baby It’s You”
The Violent Earth 1998 Jeanne Episode 5: “Farewell to Innocence”
Never Tell Me Never 1998 Janine Shepherd TV bio-pic
The Lost World 2000 Catherine Reilly Series 1, Episode 16: “Time After Time”
Farscape 2000 Natira Series 2, Episodes 19, 20, 21
My Brother Jack 2001 Cressida Morley TV film
The Secret Life of Us 2001–03 Alex Christensen Main role (series 1–3), director (2 episodes)
Small Claims 2004 Jo Collins TV film
Love My Way 2004–07 Frankie Paige Main role, co-creator, co-producer, scriptwriter
Small Claims: White Wedding 2005 Jo Collins TV film
Small Claims: The Reunion 2006 Jo Collins TV film
Saved 2009 Julia Weston TV film
Spirited 2010–11 Suzy Darling Main role, co-creator, co-producer
Puberty Blues 2012–14 Judy Vickers Main role
Better Man 2013 Bernadette McMahon Episode 3: “The Last Dance”, 4: “A Lost Lamb”
The Broken Shore 2013 Helen Castleman TV film
The Time of Our Lives 2013–14 Caroline Tivolli Main role
Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell 2014 Rupert Murdoch Episode “3.6”
Jack Irish 2016 Sarah Longmore Main role
Newton’s Law 2017 Josephine Newton Main role
Orange Is the New Brown 2018 Various roles[nb 4] Episodes “1.1”, “1.3”, “1.5”, “1.6”
The Other Guy 2019 Miranda Main role (Season 2)
Black Comedy 2020 Episode “4.3”
Halifax: Retribution 2020 Mandy Petras TV mini-series
Bump 2021 Angie Davis Web TV series, main role, co-creator, co-producer
Books That Made Us 2021 Herself Documentary