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Arkie Whiteley

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Arkie Deya Whiteley 6 November 1964 – 19 December 2001 was an Australian actress who appeared in television and films

Contents

  • 1 Early life and education
  • 2 Career
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Filmography
    • 41 Television
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Early life and education

Arkie Whiteley's parents were the renowned Australian artist Brett Whiteley and cultural figure Wendy Whiteley According to her obituary in The Times newspaper, when living with her parents at the Hotel Chelsea in New York as an infant her babysitter was US blues singer Janis Joplin Arkie was educated at the prestigious Ascham School in Sydney and an alternative school: the Australian International School at North Ryde, Sydney She also attended Cremorne Girls High

Career

Her television and film work included: A Town Like Alice, Razorback, Mad Max 2, Gallowglass, Princess Caraboo, and The Last Musketeer with Robson Green She also appeared in the television series Prisoner as troubled prostitute/junkie Donna Mason, and in early episodes of A Country Practice

After her father's overdose in 1992, she negotiated with the New South Wales government to purchase his studio and run it as a studio museum managed by the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Personal life

Whiteley married her first husband Christopher Kuhn in 1995; they divorced in 1999 She married her second husband Jim Elliott in December 2001, shortly before she died from adrenal cancer on 19 December, at age 37

She was cremated at Sydney's Northern Suburbs Crematorium Both Arkie's and her father Brett's ashes are buried in an undisclosed location in Wendy's secret garden in the Sydney North Shore suburb of Lavender Bay

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1981 The Killing of Angel Street Tina Benson
Mad Max 2 The Captain's Girl
1984 Razorback Sarah Cameron
1989 Scandal Vicky
1994 Princess Caraboo Betty

Television

  • People Like Us as Young Elaine Frith 3 TV episodes, 1978 in Strike, The First Lessons in Love, & The Odd Families
  • Spring & Fall as Angela 1 TV episode, 1980 in The Last Card
  • Slippery Slide 1980
  • A Town Like Alice 1981 TV mini-series as Annie
  • A Country Practice as Jenny Secombe 2 TV episodes, 1981 in General Practice: Part 2, & General Practice: Part 1
  • Prisoner as Donna Mason 13 TV episodes, 1982 in Episode #1290, Episode #1292 1982, Episode #1293 1982, Episode #1294 1982, Episode #1295 1982, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303
  • Kings 1983 TV series
  • Screen Two as Mary 1 TV episode, 1990 in Drowning in the Shallow End
  • The Secret Life of Ian Fleming 1990 TV as Gallina
  • Perfect Scoundrels as Fleur 2 TV episodes, 1990 in The Day of Jubilo, & Bad Penny Blues
  • Van der Valk as Ruth van der Valk 1 TV episode, 1991 in Doctor Hoffmann's Children
  • 4 Play as Girl on beach in 'But Beautiful' 1 TV episode, 1991
  • Love Hurts as Annabel Golding 2 TV episodes, 1992 in Let's Do It, & Stormy Weather
  • Natural Lies 1992 TV series as Jo Scott unknown TV episodes
  • Gallowglass as Nina 3 TV episodes, 1993
  • Sweating Bullets as Patsy Stratton 1 TV episode, 1993 in The Patsy
  • Casualty as Eleanor Morrisey 1 TV episode, 1995 in Money for Nothing
  • Kavanagh QC as Helen Ames 6 TV episodes, 1996–1997 in Diplomatic Baggage, Ancient History, Blood Money, Mute of Malice, Job Satisfaction,
  • The Grand as Madame Euphrasine de Bourg D'Oisans 1 TV episode, 1998 in Episode #25
  • McCallum as Catrin 1 TV episode, 1998 in Beyond Good and Evil
  • Without Warning 1999 TV as Megan Turner
  • The Last Musketeer 2000 TV as Dr Elizabeth Fraser
  • A Dinner of Herbs as Madeleine Cottle 3 TV episodes, 2000 in Episode #14, Episode #13, & Episode #12
  • A Touch of Frost as Dr Helena Gibson 1 TV episode, 2001 in Benefit of the Doubt: Part 1 final television appearance

References

  1. ^ "Living the dream" 2016-07-29 Retrieved 2017-10-25 
  2. ^ Katrina,, Strickland, 2013 Affairs of the art : love, loss and power in the art world Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Publishing ISBN 0522858627 OCLC 829995695 
  3. ^ "The will to win - smhcomau" wwwsmhcomau Retrieved 2017-10-25 
  4. ^ find-a-grave; Retrieved 7 August 2013

External links

  • Arkie Whiteley on IMDb
  • The will to win
  • Child Of Fame Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 22 December 2001

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