Signed three-picture deal with Disney
Appeared in 50-minute film "The Love Letters from Teralba Road"
Propelled into international acting arena by the success of "Strictly Ballroom", in which she co-starred as Liz, the loud and pushy, man-hungry blond dancer
Billed as Georgia Carr for her turn in "Phar Lap"
Offered a convincing turn as a rookie cop in "Backlash"
Played Cashmere McCloud, the president's former mistress, in "Primary Colors" (directed by Mike Nichols; screenplay by Elaine May)
Portrayed daughter Lucy, who performs sex acts on her brother in lieu of cash for drugs, in "Bliss"
Acted opposite her significant other, fellow Aussie Anthony LaPaglia, in "Paperback Romance"
Appeared in "Bad Company", starring Ellen Barkin and Laurence Fishburne
Paired with LaPaglia again for "Brilliant Lies"
Played the ingenue amidst colorful characters in the Australian car movie "Midnite Spares"
Portrayed Vesper in TV movie "The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space" on the Starz! network
Seen in Steven Feder's indie "The Cottonwood"