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Nadia Townsend is a Actor Australienne born on 1983

Nadia Townsend

Nadia Townsend
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Nationality Australie
Birth 1983 (36 years)

Nadia Townsend (born 1983) is an Australian dramatic actress. She is best known for her role in the Channel 7 police drama City Homicide, as Detective Senior Constable Allie Kingston. She was born in Sydney and grew up in Gladesville, New South Wales, attended Hunters Hill High School and is the daughter of television presenter Simon Townsend.

Nadia’s introduction to the small screen was in 2001 playing a regular role in the ABC drama series Head Start. She also starred in Fireflies for the ABC working under the widely respected executive producer John Edwards.

In 2008 Townsend studied at the Victorian College of the Arts gaining her post graduate degree in theatre directing.

In 2009, Townsend appeared in the US produced film Knowing, playing Grace Koestler, opposite Hollywood star Nicolas Cage.

Townsend is a co-founding member of Turtle Lab, a performance laboratory in Australia.

Townsend began producing theatre in 1999 when she returned from studying at Atlantic Theatre Company in New York. She decided to learn her craft on the boards and set up her first theatre company Wolf Whistle.

In 2015, Townsend will appear in the sci-fi miniseries Restoration, playing Emma Laws.

Nadia is also carving a path as a film dramaturg, a rare job description in Australian film. Nadia was mentored by the dramaturg Nico Lathouris. Nadia is one of a few in the country to be pursuing this art form. In 2012 Nadia was Assistant Dramaturg on Director George Miller's latest instalment of the Mad Max franchise, "Fury Road".

TV Credits


Rush:(1 episode 2011)
City Homicide: Allie Kingston (2009 – 2011)
Chandon Pictures: Zoe (2 episodes, 2007)
Sea Patrol: Clair Watts (1 episode, 2007)
HeadLand: MJ Finnegan (17 episodes, 2005–2006)
Fireflies: Fifi Sharp (22 episodes, 2004)
Farscape (TV series) Kim Kupperstein (1 episode, 2002)
Head Start: Clare Gormley (18 episodes, 2001)
Home & Away: Dr Peta Bradley (2013)
Film Credits


Knowing: Grace Koestler: (2009)
Puppy: Lizzie (2005)
Danny Deckchair: Linda Craig (2003)
Short Films


Forget the Noise: Florence (2010)
The Zombie Monologues: Annie (2010)
What They Don't Know: Lucy (2007)

Best films

Knowing (2009)
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Filmography of Nadia Townsend (2 films)

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Actress

Knowing
Knowing (2009)
, 1h56
Directed by Alex Proyas
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Action, Adventure
Themes La fin du monde, Films about religion, Films set in the future, Political films, Dystopian films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Disaster films, American disaster films
Actors Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne, Chandler Canterbury, Lara Robinson, Ben Mendelsohn, Nadia Townsend
Roles Grace Koestler
Rating61% 3.098653.098653.098653.098653.09865
In 1959, student Lucinda Embry (Lara Robinson) hears whispers as she stares at the sun. When her class is chosen to contribute to the school's time capsule, each child is asked to draw what they believe the future will look like. Lucinda writes a page of seemingly random numbers and adds it to her elementary school's time capsule, which is set to be opened in 50 years. Lucinda's teacher calls for the pupils to finish but Lucinda continues before her teacher takes it off her desk unfinished. Lucinda then goes missing after the time capsule is dedicated, and is found by her teacher, Mrs. Taylor (Danielle Carter), in a utility closet scratching numbers into the door with her fingernails bleeding.
Danny Deckchair, 1h40
Genres Comedy, Romance
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Aviation films
Actors Rhys Ifans, Miranda Otto, Justine Clarke, John Batchelor, Rhys Muldoon, John Batchelor
Roles Linda Craig
Rating67% 3.3964553.3964553.3964553.3964553.396455
Danny Morgan (Ifans) works as a concrete maker driver and construction worker who lives in a big Australian city with his girlfriend but is unhappy with his life. Danny yearns for the simple life while girlfriend Trudy (Clarke) fantasizes about bright lights and fast times. While Danny plans for their annual camping trip, Trudy tells him she has to work, so the trip is off. In reality, Trudy is using her work connections at a local real estate agency to set up a meeting with a handsome local sports reporter, Sandy Upman (Muldoon). Danny sees them together while he's shopping for a weekend barbecue, leaving him even more disenchanted with their relationship.