Celia Ireland

Celia Ireland is an Australian actress, who is known for having played Regina Butcher in the All Saints series and currently for giving life to Liz Birdsworth in the Wentworth series. Celia Ireland’s birth took place on May 16, 1966 in Australia. She is an actress, known for Solitario (2007), Australian Rules (2002) and Todos los Santos (1998).

Personal life and family

She was born on 16 May 1966 (51 years old) in New South Wales, in the beautiful country of Australia.

Spouse - Tim Jones

Children - Two daughters

Occupation- Actress View and modify the data in Wikidata

Career

· In 1996, she appeared as a guest in the police series Water Rats where she played Sarah Fleetwood.

· In 1998, he joined the cast of the hit Australian medical series All Saintswhere he played receptionist Regina Butcher until 2005.

· In 2002, he appeared in the movie Australian Rules where he played Liz Black. That same year she appeared in the popular series Mcleod's Daughters as Melanie Powers.

· On February 8th, 2013 she appeared as guest on several episodes of the popular Australian series Home and Away where she played Connie Callahan, Darcy's grandmother. That same year will appear in the new Wentworth series where he will play the recluse Liz Birdsworth, sentenced to 11 years.

· Owing to her successful career, her net worth, as of 2017 is touted to be around $5.5 million

She lives in Sydney, but when she's shooting Wentworth Prison (2013) she's stationed in Melbourne. She is most known for her work in All Saints (1998) and Wentworth Prison (2013).

Last project of Celia Ireland:

Seriale Wentworth 2013-05-01

About Wentworth

Bea Smith is locked up while she is awaiting trial for the attempted murder of her husband and must learn how life works in prison. A modern adaptation and sequel of the iconic Prisoner series.

Awards and nominations

· In 2016, she got award of Most Outstanding Supporting Actress

· in 2002, she got award of Best Supporting Actor – Female

· in 2002, she got award of Best Actress in a Supporting Role