Danielle Cormack Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Danielle Cormack online worthy of: Danielle Cormack is a fresh Zealand celebrity who includes a world wide web worthy of of $5 million. Danielle Cormack was created in Auckland, New Zealand in Dec 1970. She’s been a stage celebrity since 1993 starring in productions of East, Arcadia, Trainspotting, The Blue Area, A Streetcar Called Desire, THE FORM of Stuff, The Vagina Monologues, Caligula, Rock and roll ‘n’ Move, and Top Young ladies. In 1992 Cormack starred as Allison Raynor in the tv screen series Shortland Road. From 1995 to 2001 she had a continuing function as Ephiny in it series Xena: Warrior Princess. Cormack starred as Maddie in the series Maddigan’s Goal in 2006. In 2007 she starred as Dimity Hurry in the tv screen series Rude Awakenings and in ’09 2009 she starred as Cynthia Ross in it series The Cult. Cormack acquired a recurring function as Shota in the series Star from the Seeker from 2008 to 2010. In 2011 she starred as Kate Leigh in the tv screen series Underbelly and from 2009 to 2013 she voiced the function of Elle-Gator in it series Buzzy Bee and Close friends. Cormack provides starred as Bea Smith in the tv screen series Wentworth Jail since 2013 so that as Scarlet Meagher in the series Rake since 2010.
She won a Logie for Most Outstanding Actress and a ASTRA Award for Most Outstanding Female Actor in 2015 for her role as Bea Smith in Wentworth (2013).
Cormack has been an ambassador for Childfund Australia and New Zealand for years, which led to her recent trip to Cambodia to see how fundraising affects the lives of people on the ground. (Aug. 2016).
On August 19th 2016 she walked the 100km "Oxfam Trailwalker Australia" in Sydney with her team "The Wanderers". The team was Danielle, Leeanna Walsman, Jackson Gallagher and Danny Clayton. They walked the 100km in 26 hrs and 12 minutes.
She has two sons, Ethan (born in 1996) and Ahi (born in 2010).
Divides her time working in both Australia and New Zealand [September 2010]
Growing up in a family where there were never any barriers up against race, sexual orientation or gender, it saddened me when I became old enough to realize there was homophobia, racism and sexism in the world.
Although it can be difficult seeing how some people live, it can also be incredibly humbling and enlightening to witness their resilience and that people are actually being helped by your contribution.
What interests me is playing characters that are well-formed... exposing all the colour and nuance of their interior world, or the chance to show they have secrets. It's about creating a full human being, not just an archetypal character, especially as a female because historically females have been there to enable a male character's journey.
I love taking things apart and rebuilding them - sort of like construction. I like the architecture of things, like fashion, I used to like sewing my own clothes and building things, I've done renovations on my house. So I've found a great joy in riding motorcycles.
My happy place is building things. In fact I've just proudly finished an outdoor table for the balcony. I have a storage facility filled with power tools. -- I should've been a carpenter.