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Jocelyn Moorhouse

Jocelyn Moorhouse
Born (1960-09-04) 4 September 1960 (ageĀ 53)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jocelyn Denise Moorhouse is an Australian writer and film director born in Victoria, Australia on 4 September 1960.

Moorhouse did her HSC year in 1978 at Vermont High School where her mother taught art, which is the same high school that Gillian Armstrong attended a few years earlier. She went on to direct films such as Proof,[1] How to Make an American Quilt[2] and A Thousand Acres.[3] In 2005 she commenced as the director for Russell Crowe's film Eucalyptus, but resigned within days of starting work on it.[4]

She is married to film director P. J. Hogan, and produced his film Muriel's Wedding.[5] In 2012, Jocelyn was a producer on another P. J. Hogan directed film 'Mental'.

In 2012 Jocelyn directed her first play 'Sex with Strangers' for the Sydney Theatre Company.

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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