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Mia Tolhurst Mia Tolhurst i(A143737 works by)
Born: Established: 11 Mar 1977 ; Died: Ceased: 29 Sep 2013
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

AWGIE Award-winning script writer and script editor.

According to her obituary on the Inside Film website:

'Mia grew up in Launceston and got her first TV job in year 10 when she compiled a report for the ABC about her high school leavers’ dinner. She studied at RMIT and was awarded the RMIT Award in 1999 for the most outstanding student.

Early in her career she worked as a research consultant for Cinemedia, an associate producer for ABC Education online and project co-ordinator/writer for the Village Roadshow/Network online entertainment service Scape.'

Tolhurst died in late 2013 of complications following surgery.

Source:

Inside Film (http://if.com.au/2013/11/08/article/R-I-P–Mia-Tolhurst/KTLNRGHPLX.html). (Sighted: 11/11/2013)

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • Episode seven of season two of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries ('Blood At The Wheel') was dedicated to Tolhurst.

Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon Last Man Standing ( dir. Paul Moloney ) Australia : Seven Network , 2011 Z1824681 2011 single work film/TV
2011 nominated AWGIE Awards Television Award Television Serial
form y separately published work icon Neighbours 1985 Australia : Reg Grundy Enterprises FremantleMedia Australia , 1985- Z1367509 1985 series - publisher film/TV

A daily television drama series set in the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough, Neighbours chronicles the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street. The series initially revolved around three families: the Ramsays (at number 24 Ramsay Street), the Robinsons (at number 26), and the Clarkes (at number 28). The scope of the series has since broadened to include new Ramsay Street familes.

2019 nominated Logie Awards Most Outstanding Drama Series
2019 nominated Logie Awards Most Popular Drama Series
1990 winner Logie Awards Most Popular Series
1989 winner Logie Awards Most Popular Series
1988 winner Logie Awards Most Popular Drama Series
1987 winner Logie Awards Most Popular Drama Series
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