BELINDA GIBLIN, BY STUART CAMPBELL.

n.d. gelatin silver photograph. Collection: National Portrait Gallery, Canberra. Gift of the Estate of Stuart Campbell, 2012.

Belinda Giblin (b. 1950) is an actor who began her television career in Australian police dramas and proceeded to regular roles on The Box in the 1970s and Sons and Daughters in the 1980s. She was a star of the R-rated films Petersen and Alvin Purple in the mid-1970s. For many years a corporate trainer, she was acclaimed for her stage performance in Blonde Poison in 2015–2016. She recently returned to Australian television in Home and Away. This picture is part of an immense series of photographs Stuart Campbell made of actors, most of them shot on an upturned bucket in his apartment in Bondi. See it, and the rest of the national collection, in Canberra.

For more information on this work please visit portrait.gov.au/portraits/2012.11/belinda-giblin