Catherine Wilkin

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Catherine Wilkin (born 22 August 1949 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is an actor who has worked in New Zealand and Australia.

Wilkin has acted in many Australian television shows, with a mix of guest and multi-episode recurring roles.

She played the recurring role lawyer Kate McGrath in Cop Shop in 1981. Her then partner, Bill Stalker, was at that time a regular in the series.Fawcett, Tony. “Fanelli’s Leaving Cop Shop.” TV Week. 3 October 1981, page 5. In 1983 she played Janice Young in Prisoner. Other roles include Pauline Grey in Rafferty's Rules, Katherine Jensen in Embassy, Sally Downie in Blue Heelers and Liz Ryan in McLeod's Daughters.

Theatre performances include Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde in 2010 for Auckland Theatre Company.

She was injured in the November 1981 motorcycle accident that killed her then-partner, actor Bill Stalker."Actor with film hopes is killed". The Age, November 30, 1981, p. 5"TV actor's death accidental, SM rules". The Age, March 18, 1982, p. 21Robertson, Fred. “The Gentle Side to Big Bill.” TV Week. 12 December 1981, page 37.



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