Amanda Douge's first film role was alongside Russell Crowe and Charlotte Rampling in Hammers over The Anvil (1991) directed by Ann Turner. It was in John Ruane's That Eye, The Sky (1995) that she won Best Supporting Actress at the 1995 AFI Awards for her performance as the moody teenager, Tegwyn. Douge's other film credits include Till Human Voices Wake Us (2001) directed by Michael Petronis and starring Guy Pearce and Helena Bonham-Carter and Body Melt (1993) directed by Philip Brophy. On stage Douge has performed with the Melbourne Theatre Company in The Duchess of Malfi, Death of a Salesman and The Lady From the Sea. She has also worked with Playbox Theatre and La Mama. For television Douge had a featured role in The Man From Snowy River I & II and has guested in a number of series including Water Rats, Raw FM and Frontline.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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