Colleen Anne Fitzpatrick

Colleen Anne Fitzpatrick Brief Biography

Colleen Anne Fitzpatrick (born 5 January 1938) is Australian model, actress and film maker.

Fitzpatrick was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia of Irish descent. A prominent international catwalk, television and photographic model from 1959-1972, Fitzpatrick appeared in over 200 commercials, on countless magazine covers, and was contracted for various campaigns including Ford cars, becoming famous for her comedic flair working with the likes of John Cleese. Fitzpatrick trained as an actor with American Hayes Gordon at The Ensemble Studios of Sydney's Ensemble Theatre. She was a company member of The Sydney Theatre Company, formally The Old Tote Theatre Company from 1972-1974 including productions of 'King Lear', 'Threepenny Opera', 'Playboy of the Western World', 'Richard II', 'Macbeth' and David Williamson's 'What If You Died Tomorrow?' opening the Sydney Opera House in 1973. Other theatre work includes 'Pride and Prejudice', 'The House of Bernarda Alba', 'In the Boom Boom Room', 'Crimes of the Heart' for the Ensemble Rep, and 'When in Rome' for the Ensemble Theatre. Also ''night, Mother' and 'A Day in the Death of Joe Egg' for Belvoir St Theatre.

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