Pamela Rabe Timeline

Timeline

Pamela Rabe Timeline

Pamela Rabe Timeline
2018
July 16

Helpmann Award

Pamela wins the Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor In A Play (The Children)

July 1

Logie Award

Pam wins the Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress!

June 18

Helpmann Awards 2018

Nominated for Best Female Actor in a Play – The Children

2017
December 6

AACTA Award

AACTA Award Nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama WENTWORTH


Pam & Celia at the AACTAs | Photo by Any Other Day Photography


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Presenting an award

April 23

Logie Awards

Logie Awards

Presenting an Award for Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie.

2016
December 6

AACTA Awards

AACTA Award Nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama WENTWORTH

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May 8

TV Week Logie Award Nomination

TV Week Logie Award Nomination for Most Outstanding Actress WENTWORTH

Pam with Robbie Magasiva & Danielle Cormack at the Logies

2015
December 9

AACTA Award

AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama WENTWORTH

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 09: Pamela Rabe win the AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama during the 5th AACTA Awards Presented by Presto at The Star on December 9, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for AFI)

July 27

Helpmann Award

Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Play THE GLASS MENAGERIE
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July 27

Helpmann Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in Footfalls

Helpmann Award Nomination for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play BECKETT TRYPTYCH

June 3

Curtain Call Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in Footfalls

Curtain Call Award Nomination for Best Female Performance – Professional BECKETT TRIPTYCH

May 3

Logie Awards

Logie Awards

Logie Award For Most Outstanding Drama Series WENTWORTH

 

March 12

ASTRA Award Nomination

ASTRA Award Nomination

ASTRA Award Nomination for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female WENTWORTH

2014
June 3

Sydney Theatre Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in The Glass Menagerie

Sydney Theatre Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Mainstream Production THE GLASS MENAGERIE

2012
September 24

Helpmann Award

Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Musical GREY GARDENS


 

2009
July 27

Helpmann Award Nomination

Helpmann Award Nomination for Best Female Actor in a Play THE WAR OF THE ROSES

Presenting the award for Best Musical

January 20

Sydney Theatre Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in The War of Roses

Sydney Theatre Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role THE WAR OF THE ROSES

2008
April 21

Green Room Award

Pamela Rabe in Season at Sarsparilla

Green Room Award for Female Performer SEASON AT SARSAPARILLA

2007
October 31

Sydney Theatre Awards Nomination

Pamela Rabe in The Lost Echo

Sydney Theatre Awards Nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role THE LOST ECHO

August 6

Helpmann Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in Mother Courage and her Children

Helpmann Award Nomination for Best Female Actor in a Play MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN

2005
August 8

Helpmann Award Nomination

Pamela Rabe in Dinner

Helpmann Award Nomination for Best Female Actor in a Play DINNER

April 5

Green Room Award

Green Room Award

Green Room Award for Outstanding Female Actor DINNER

2003
October 15

MO Award nomination

MO Award nomination for Female Actor In A Play HOLY DAY

1998
June 3

Variety Club Heart Awards

Variety Club Heart Awards – Film Award THE WELL

1997
November 14

Australian Film Institute Award

Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role THE WELL

November 7

Stockholm Film Festival

Stockholm Film Festival for Best Actress THE WELL

June 3

Film Critics Circle of Australia Nomination

Pamela Rabe in The Well

Film Critics Circle of Australia Nomination for Best Actor Female THE WELL

May 7

Cannes Festival

THE WELL – in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival

Miranda Otto, Pamela Rabe and Samantha Lang attend the movie premiere of the drama film ‘The Well,’ which competed for Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1997. (Photo : Getty Images/Patrick Riviere)

1994
June 3

Sydney Theatre Critics’ Circle Award

Sydney Theatre Critics’ Circle Award for Best Performance by an Actress A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN

February 17

Green Room Award

Green Room Award for Best Female Performer in a Leading Role ROOM OF ONE’S OWN

February 7

Green Room Award for Best Female Performer

Green Room Award for Best Female Performer in a Supporting Role COSI

1992
June 3

16th Annual Sydney Critics’ Circle Awards

16th Annual Sydney Critics’ Circle Awards Nomination for
Best Female Performer in a Play or Musical

February 17

Green Room Award

Green Room Award for Best Female Lead Performer LOST IN YONKERS

1991
February 3

Green Room Award

Green Room Award

Green Room Award for Best Female Performer in a Supporting Role  THE WIZARD OF OZ

1987
November 3

Green Room Award

Pamela won the Victorian Green Room Award for Best Actress in GERTRUDE STEIN AND A COMPANION

1981
June 3

1981

Pamela 1977

In 1981 Pamela graduated the Vancouver Playhouse Acting School, where she met her future spouse, Roger Hodgman. In 1982 the couple moved to his native Melbourne, Australia, where they married the following year later.


Pam & Roger | 1997

1977
June 11

Reach For The Top

In 1977 Pam has participated in the Canadian quiz show “Reach For The Top

1959
April 30

Pamela Rabe was born

Baby Pamela Rabe with her Mum

Pamela Rabe was born as Pamela June Koropatnick in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, on April 30, 1959, to parents Reta Ursula (Rabe) and William Koropatnick.

  • She’s the seventh of eight children with two of them being twins. The names of her siblings are Bill, Jacqueline, Jim, Patrick, Ray, Ron and Shelley.
  • Being that her surname Koropatnick was an anglicized version of her dad’s original name, she never felt a real connection to it and therefore adopted her mother’s maiden name (Rabe) as her professional name.
  • Her Mum is from Hannover, Germany (Rabe means Raven)
  • Even though she’s the only person in her family who launched a professional career in the arts, she partly credits the many different characters of her large clan for shaping her as an actress. Pamela distinctly remembers her mother’s side of the family being notorious for laughing until they cried, which perfectly blended with the Eastern European traits of her dad’s family side. Another major influence were her two drama teachers in high school.