Deborah Jane Mailman ( Mount Isa, Australia, 14 de julio de 1972) es una actriz australiana, conocida por interpretar a Kelly Lewis en la serie The Secret Life of Us. Deborah fue la primera actriz aborigen en ganar un premio AFI por la mejor actriz en un papel protagónico.
Deborah Jane Mailman AM (born 14 July 1972) is an Australian television and film actress, and singer. Mailman is known for her characters: Kelly Lewis on the Australian drama series The Secret Life of Us, Cherie Butterfield in the Australian comedy-drama series Offspring, Lorraine in the Australian drama series Redfern Now and Aunt ...
Deborah Mailman is an Aboriginal actress, director and writer who has starred in Offspring, The Sapphires, Bran Nue Dae and other films and TV shows. She is the first Aboriginal actress to win a AFI Best Actress Award and works at the Aboriginal theatre company Kooemba Djarra in Brisbane.
Deborah Mailman wears her heart on her sleeve – and that ever-present vulnerability has served her well. She discusses her storytelling roots and Total Control.
Deborah Mailman is a multi-award-winning Aboriginal actress who works at the Aboriginal theatre company Kooemba Djarra in Brisbane. She has created some of Australia's most-enduring television characters, such as Lorraine in Redfern Now and Big Cuz in Little J & Big Cuz. She is also a Trustee of the Sydney Opera House and a role model for Indigenous performers.