The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry

Episode 11 - Laura Gordon - The Showbiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry

January 25, 2020 Laura Gordon / Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry Season 1 Episode 11
The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Episode 11 - Laura Gordon - The Showbiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
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The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Episode 11 - Laura Gordon - The Showbiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Jan 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
Laura Gordon / Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry

Laura Gordon is an Australian actress best known for films such as Michael Rymer’s Face To Face (for which Laura was nominated for Best Actress at the final Inside Film Awards), Saw (the successful horror franchise), the haunting thriller Undertow, and television shows such as SyFy’s Hunters, Netflix/Foxtel’s Secret City, the Australian staple, Neighbours, the American staple, Rizzoli and Isles, and Hoges (based on Paul Hogan’s life) playing the sultry and formidable Linda Kowalski. Gordon is also a founding member of the Red Stitch theatre company and has appeared in a number of their productions as well as appearing in The Gift and Apologia for the Melbourne Theatre Company and a Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Australian Shakespeare Company.

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Laura Gordon is an Australian actress best known for films such as Michael Rymer’s Face To Face (for which Laura was nominated for Best Actress at the final Inside Film Awards), Saw (the successful horror franchise), the haunting thriller Undertow, and television shows such as SyFy’s Hunters, Netflix/Foxtel’s Secret City, the Australian staple, Neighbours, the American staple, Rizzoli and Isles, and Hoges (based on Paul Hogan’s life) playing the sultry and formidable Linda Kowalski. Gordon is also a founding member of the Red Stitch theatre company and has appeared in a number of their productions as well as appearing in The Gift and Apologia for the Melbourne Theatre Company and a Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Australian Shakespeare Company.