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Kate Jenkinson is a popular actress from Perth born on born on August 24, 1981.
She worked on 'Thank God You're Here' in 2006-2007. She is also very popular for her different characters in the TV comedy series, 'The Wedge'.
In this article, you will get to know the complete biography of actress Kate Jenkinson. Also, this write-up elaborates on the professional journey of the actress. So, keep reading!
Kate Jenkinson's net worth is approximately around $1 million.
Kate Jenkinson is earning an impressive sum of money as an actress. However, her exact annual earnings are unknown as of 2022.
Kate Jenkinson is 5 ft 7 in (170 cm) tall. She has blue eyes and blonde hair.
Jenkinson was born on August 24, 1981, which makes her 41 years old, as of 2022. Her birthplace is Perth, Western Australia and her nationality is Australian.
Kate Jenkinson took her graduation from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2004. She hails from Perth, Western Australia. She received the Nigel Rideout Award and has since been working continually in drama and comedy on both stage and screen. Kate Jenkinson has an elder brother named Andrew as well as two half-siblings.
Kate Jenkinson lives with her partner, Nathan. The couple has a son together in 2021. The actress also has two dogs, Bowie and Bruno.
Kate Jenkinson worked on the television comedy series 'The Wedge' from 2005-2007. In the Australian medical drama, 'Doctor Doctor' Kate Jenkinson performed the character of Tara Khourdair during the fourth season.
In 2007, the actress appeared in an episode of Shaun Micallef's 'Newstopia' and performed as the main character on the Channel 9 drama series, 'Canal Road'. She started in 2008 in the MTC production of Don Juan in Soho prior to beginning as a regular on SBS's 'Bogan Pride' and guest appearances on 'Rush', 'Satisfaction', 'Tangle', and 'Whatever Happened to That Guy'. Jenkinson performed the role of Wendy Peirce in the 2011 film 'Killing Time'. In 2013, she worked on the cast of Australian Rebel Wilson's television series 'Super Fun Night'. In 2015, she performed the role of Carol, the little girl of the title character in Shaun Micallef's sitcom 'The Ex-PM'.
Kate Jenkinson got the Teacher's Choice award for the role of WAAPA through 'Nigel Rideout Award' in 2004. Apart from this, in 2005, Jenkinson got a nomination for the Best Newcomer Award for her character as Julia in the Black Swan State Theater Company production of Zastrozzi.
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