One of Australia’s most respected actors, Nadine Garner’s career has spanned film, television and theatre for more than 25 years. Nadine recently wrapped on the new Network Ten series MR BLACK and will next be seen in Ben Hackworth’s debut feature CELESTE which premiered at the 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival, and THE BLAKE MYSTERIES: GHOST STORIES Telemovie for the Seven Network. She most recently starred in the ABC’s THE DOCTOR BLAKE MYSTERIES, on stage for the Melbourne Theatre Company in DI, VIV AND ROSE and Watch this National Theatre’s A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC.
Nadine’s other television credits include the Seven Network drama City Homicide, the ABC comedy It’s A Date, Blue Water High, The Henderson Kids, G.P, The Flying Doctors, Boys From the Bush, and Raw FM for which she was nominated for an AFI Award for Best Actress in a Television Drama.
Nadine’s feature film credits include Ana Kokkinos’ The Book of Revelation, Darren Ashton’s Razzle Dazzle and Amanda Jane’s The Wedding Party, which earned her a New York City International Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress.
In 1988, Nadine received an AFI Award for Best Actress for her role in Mull and in 1995, she received a Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Best Supporting Actress and an AFI Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in Metal Skin.
Nadine has worked for many of Australia’s theatre companies performing both contemporary and classical pieces including Zebra! and Life After George for the STC; DI AND VIV AND ROSE, THE DISTANCE, THE WEIR, Private Lives, The Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard for the MTC; Miss Julie for the Perth Theatre Company; ROMEO AND JULIET and TAMING OF THE SHREW for The Australian Shakespeare Company. She starred in Sam Mendes’ production of Cabaret and received a Helpmann Award and Green Room Award for her performance as Fraulein Kost.
In 2011, Nadine wrote and directed the short film Afterglow which was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Screenplay.