Julieanne Newbould

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Julieanne Newbould
Born1957 (age 65–66)
Years active1974–
PartnerPaul Keating (since 1999)

Julieanne Newbould (born 1957) is an Australian actress who first came to prominence in the 1970s.

Newbould was 16 years old when she played Karen in the 1974 ABC telemovie Lindsay’s Boy. She then worked in several television series for the Grundy Organisation, and in 1977 played a guest role in the soap opera, The Young Doctors, and then became a popular original cast member of The Restless Years. This series started in late 1977 and Newbould left in early 1979. She later played two roles in another Grundy series, Prisoner. She appeared first in 1982 as Hannah Simpson and then 1986 as Wendy Glover. She was also a regular in the soap opera, E Street, First Appeared on E-street in 1989 as a court lawyer then later on played Virginia Travis in 1991. Her character was the first victim of "Mr Bad", in a serial-killer storyline.

Television roles[edit]

Newbould's other TV credits include Number 96 (in 1977), Homicide, Division 4, Matlock Police, Bluey, Kingswood Country, The Flying Doctors, All Saints, Farscape, Home and Away, White Collar Blue, and The Cut.


Newbould's theatre credits include Nicholas Nickleby (Sydney Theatre Company), Tribute (Theatre Royal), Gypsy (Queensland Theatre Company) and On our Selection (Nimrod).


Since 1999, her partner has been former Prime Minister of Australia Paul Keating.[1] She has been married and has two daughters from that relationship.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
1972 Number 96 Theresa TV series
1974 Division 4 Carol Lane TV series, 1 episode: "All for One"
1974 Matlock Police Fay Parker, Carol Kelly, Christine Evans TV series, 3 episodes: "The Green Bull", "Pot Luck", "Deep Water"
1974 Silent Number Pam/Jane TV series, 2 episodes: "The Deep Dark Well", "Unwanted"
1974 Lindsay's Boy Karen ABC TV film
1975 The Seven Ages Of Man unknown role TV series, 1 episode
1975 Shannon's Mob Libby TV series, 1 episode: "Trip to Nowhere"
1975 The Rise And Fall Of Wellington Boots unknown role TV series
1976 Born To Run aka 'Harness Fever' Cathy Castle Feature film
1976 Homicide Gail Perry TV series, Episode: "Shark Pack"
1976 Bluey Sue Golding TV series, 1 episode 33: Final Devotion
1977 Graham Kennedy's Blankety Blanks Herself - Panelist TV series
1977 The Young Doctors Glenda Stacey TV series, 15 episodes Guest role
1977 Young Ramsay Georgie Garrett TV series, 1 episode: "A Kid Is a Kid"
1977 Plunge Into Darkness unknown role TV film
1977–1979 The Restless Years Alison Clarke TV series, 140 episodes Lead role
1978 Chopper Squad unknown role TV series, 1 episode
1978 Loss Of Innocence Lesley ABC TV miniseries, 1 episode
1978 Run From The Morning unknown role TV series
1979 Captives of Care Robyn Bishop TV film
1979 Disneyland Cathy Castle TV series, 2 episodes
1980 A Hard Deal unknown role Film short
1980 Partners Regular role: ABC TV series
1981 Daily at Dawn Kate Ashton TV series, 13 episodes Lead role
1981–1982, 1984 Kingswood Country Wendy TV series, 6 episodes Recurring role (series 3–4), guest (series 5)
1981 Cop Shop Margaret Cook TV series, 2 episodes
1981 A Sporting Chance unknown role ABC TV series, 1 episode
1981 Three Meetings unknown role Film short
1981 Personality Squares Herself TV series, 1 episode
1982;1986 Prisoner Hannah Simpson/Wendy Glover TV series 25 episodes Recurring role
1982 Holiday Island unknown role TV series, 1 episode
1983 Carson's Law Madeline Forbes TV series, 2 episodes Guest role
1983 Verdict - The Schippan Mystery unknown role ABC TV film
1984 Kindred Spirits Julie ABC TV film
1985 For The Juniors Herself ABC TV series
1988 Rafferty's Rules unknown role TV series, 1 episode
1989;1991 E Street Lawyer Penny Hopkins TV series, 2 episodes Guest role
1989 Living With The Law Lawyer ABC TV series
1990 The Flying Doctors Tracy Maguire TV series, 1 episode: "Dad's Little Bloke" Guest role
1991 E Street Virginia Travis TV series, 49 episodes Regular role
1992;1995 G.P. Peggy Tassoni TV series, 1 episode: "Breaking Out"
1993 My Two Wives unknown role TV series, 13 episodes Lead role
1997 Big Sky Nicola Stanhope TV series, 1 episode: "Edge of Reality"
2000 Halifax f.p. Margaret Masters TV film series, 1 episode: "A Hate Worse Than Death"
2001 Farscape Felor TV series, 1 episode: "Thanks for Sharing"
2001;2009 All Saints Hannah Roach/Rita Morgan TV series, 2 episodes: "Close to Home", "Behind Closed Doors 3" Guest roles
2002 Home and Away Jackie Turner TV series, 1 episode: "1.3250" Guest role
2003 White Collar Blue Daphne Mullins TV series, 1 episode: "2.9"
2008 The Cut Roz Telford ABC TV miniseries, 6 episodes Lead role


  1. ^ Sharp, Annette (8 June 2013). "Coy Keating must publicly 'fess his love". The Daily Telegraph..
  2. ^ Clune, Richard (22 February 2009). "Bold new life for Keating's girl". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 16 October 2020.

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