AM (Member of the Order of Australia)by Sylviastel | created - 30 Jul 2014 | updated - 17 Jan 2017 | Public
Anthony Irvine Adams
Ian Armstrong (politician)
Rob Atkinson (surgeon)
Stuart Babbage Hans A. Bachor Darrel Baldock Joy Baluch Eric Barnard (politician) Keith Barnes Wayne Bartholomew Kevin Bartlett (Australian rules footballer) Archie Barton Tom Bass (sculptor) Gary Baverstock Gracia Baylor Michael Beahan Hedley Beare Heini Becker Wayne Bennett (rugby league) Clive Berghofer Evelyn Billings John Billings Geoffrey Bingham Arthur Ernest Bishop Harold Blair Charles K. Bliss John Bloomfield (academic) W. Frank Blount (honorary) Nancy Borlas Bill Borthwick John Boultbee (sport administrator) Lesley Turner Bowrey Rudoph Brasch Patricia Brennan Ernie Bridge Katharine Brisbane Ian Brooker David Buffett Peter Burge (Cricketeer) Rick Burr Don Burton (politician) David Bussau Heather Butler
Alan Cadman Frank Calabro Sam Calder Donald Milner Cameron Margaret Cameron (librarian) General Angus Campbell Edmund Capon John Cargher Bruce Carter (educator) John Henry Carver Anthony Carwardine Geoff Chisholm Clive Churchill Sir Rupert Clarke, 3rd Baronet Terence Clarke (compoesr) Ross Clifford Judith Clingan Paul Clitheroe Michael Clyne Admiral Nigel Coates Barry Cohen Totti Cohen Phil Coles Ian Collins (footballer) Peter Collins (Australian politician) Carol Cooke Russell Cooper Henry Cosgrove (Judge) Elizabeth Cosson Roger Covell Bruce Cowan Lorraine Crapp Fred Cress Rodney Croome Manfred Cross Andrew Curnow Simon Currant (honorary) Winifred Curtis
Stanislawa Dabrowski Tony D'Aloisio Claire Dan Beatrice Deloitte Davis Bob Debus Bulent Hass Dellal Michael Denborough Andrew Dent David Dicks Richard Docherty Annette Dodson Nick Dondas Francis Patrick Donovan John Dowie (artist) Garry Downes John Dowsett Peter Drysdale Allan Du Toit Milo Dunphy Myles Dunphy George Dunstan Gil Duthie Bob Dwyer
Michael Easson Graham Edwards (politician) Ralph Elliott Rica Erickson
Anne Fairbairn Nick Farr-Jones Michael Feneley Norman Fisher (Public Servant) Brad Fittler Denis Fitzgerald Paul Fitzgerald (painter) R.D. Fitzgerald Sarah Fitzgerald David Fleay Alec Fong-Lim Frank Ford (theatre personality) Morag Fraser Hans Freeman Arie Freiberg Graham Freudenberg Peter Fritz
Jean Gandois (honorary) Paul Gardner (football administrator) Alf Garland John Roslyn Garnet Peter Garrett Rosalie Gascoigne Reg Gasnier Alex George Jack Gerke Geoff Gibbs Brian Gibson (Australian politician) Harry C. Giese Steve Gilmore Martin Glaessner Harold Glass Libby Gleeson Edgar Gold Alan Goldberg (Judge) Sam Goldbloom James Goldrick Bruce Goodluck David Graham (golfer) Liz Grant Wilfred James "Bill" Gray Bill Grayden Bob Green (naturalist) Cliff Green Di Gribble Dick Gross Miraca Gross Jo Gullett Graham Gunn
Janine Haines Wayne Denis Hall Marion Halligan David Hamer Margaret Dawn Hamilton Julie Hammer John Harvey (RAAF Officer) Ronald Harvey Nicholas Hasluck Malcolm Hazell Roger Herft Nora Heysen Alan Hickinbotham Frank Hinder Matthew Hindson Rex Hobcroft Frank Hodgkinson Michael Hodgman Clifton Hoeben Andrew Bruce Holmes Margaret Holmes Tim Horan David Horner Mervyn Horton Charles Howard (Marist Brother) Leslie Howard (former AM) Peter Hudson Jackie Huggins Ben Humphreys Tom Hungerford Alan Hunt (politician) Barry Hunter (Bishop) Tom Hyams
Robert Ingpen David Ireland (author) Duncan Ironmonger Peter Isaacson
Kenneth Jack Robert Jacks Ralph Jacobi Glenn James Greg James (Judge) Ken Jasper Norman Jeffares (honorary) Barbara Jefferis Harry Jenkins Sr. John Jobling Les Johnson Admiral David Johnston Dr. Ian Johnston Dean Jones (cricketer) Rodney Jory Robert Juniper James Jupp
Kamahi Naguib Kanawati Don Kendall Lucy Napaljarri Kennedy John Kerin Dr. Michael Kidd Jiro Kikkawa Pam Kilborn Bernie Kilgariff Steve Killelea Deny King Grahame King Inge King Roc Kirby Ramona Koval Robyn Kruk Chin Kung
Geoffrey Lancaster Jeffrey Lee Wellington Lee Richard Letts John Lewis (Bishop of North Queensland) Tom Lewis (Author) John Lincoln Kevin Lindgren David Llewellyn (Australian politician) Mark Loane Doug Lowe (Australian politician) Fred Lowen Alan Loxton Tony Luchetti Jeffrey Lucy Judith M. Lumley
Michael MacKellar Rod MacQueen Bea Maddock Frank Madilla Susan Magarey Rachel Makinson John Mansfield (Judge) Stephen Marchant (honorary) Christopher Margules Stan Marks Catherine Martin (journalist) David Martin (poet) Ken Mason (Bishop) David McAllister (dancer) Peter McClellan Bruce McDonald (Australian politician) Colin McDonald (cricketer) Ross McLean (politician) Peter McMahon (politician) Natascha McNamara Richard Menhinick Clarrie Millar James Millner (pharmacist) Anthony Milner (historian) Clive Minton Kieran Modra Simon Molesworth Peter Montgomery (water polo) Milton Moon Rex Henry Morgan James Morrison (musician) Robin Morrow Bryce Mortlock Stirling Mortlock Geoff Mosley Frank Mossfield Geof Motley Michael Mullen (honorary) William Edward Murray
Neil Naismith Fehmi Naji Maggie Napaljarri Ross Garry Nehl Andrew Nikolic Admiral Michael Noonan
Jack Oatey Conall O'Connell Frank O'Keefe John Oldham (architect) Howard Olney John Lawrence O'Meally Wilma Oram Pat O'Shane
Greg Page (musician) Pamela Page Sue Page George Palmer (composer) Warwick Parer Michael Parker (courtier) Tom Parry James Patterson (skier) Alan Payne (naval architect) Alan Pears James Penberthy Patrick Pery (6th Earl of Limerick)(Honorary) Jim Petrich Kerryn Phelps Peter Phillips (politician) Joan Phipson George Piggins Graham Pizzey Nick Politis Mary Porter (politician) Janet Powell General Roger Powell Cheryl Praeger Cedar Prest Albert Pugsley
Nola Randall-Mohk Mark Raper Chad Reed Stuart Rees Ian Renard Robert Richardson (RAAF Officer) William Ride Alex Rigby Chris Riley (priest) Neil Robson (politician) Margaret Rodgers (deaconess) Judith Rodriguez Christopher Roper (legal educator) Bruce Rosier David Russell (Barrister) Jim Russell (cartoonist) Bruce Ruxton Phil Ryan (footballer born in 1915)
Perminder Sachdev Kerry Saxby Junna Leo Schofield Julianne Schultz Sheila Scotter Paul Scully Power Don Seccombe Frans Seda Jan Sedivka Kathryn Selby Jim Service Leonard Shillam Kathleen Shillam Lance Shilton Mum Shirl Maggi Sietsma John Singleton (Australian entrepreneur) George Smith (rugby union) Richard Smith (diplomat) General Steve Smith General Stuart Smith Phil Smyth Jerzy Smolicz Soli Sorabjee Eleanor Spence Mandyam Veerambudi Srinivasan Margaret Staib Tom Stannage Anthony Steel (arts leader) Paul Stein (judge) Clare Stevenson Ron Stone (Bishop) Margaret Stones Allen Axel Strom Douglas Sturkey Kathy Sullivan (Australian politician) Lyn Swinburne
Grant Tambling Jill Tancibudek Molly Tasker Allan Taylor (diplomat) Greg Tegart Liesl Tesch James Burrows Thomas Paul Thomas (academic) Clifford Harry Thompson Joe Thompson (Australian politician) Penelope Thwaites Ron Tindall Andrew Tink Rowan Think Peter Tinley Murray Tobias Graham Toulmin John Treloar (athlete) Hazel Treweek ian Trewhella Percy Trezise Judith Troeth Murray Tyrrell (winemaker)
Alfred Van Der Poorten General Douglas Vincent Nick Vine Hall Tony Vinson Linda Vogt
Mark Wainwright Robyn Walker Jim Wallace (Australia) Stephen Wallace Andrew Walsh Judah Waten Jack Waterford Fred Watson John Watson (Australian politician) Lex Watson Ray Watson (Judge) Karrie Webb Christopher Weeramantry (honorary) Jonathan Welch Felix Werder Martin Wesley-Smith Gerald Westheimer Norman Wettenhall Bob Whan Frank Wilkes Simone Wilkie Daryl Williams Kim Williams (media executive) Robyn Williams (honorary) Ian Wilson (politician) Don Wing Amy Witting Clyde Wood Robert Woodward (architect) Ken Woolley David Wootton Barbara Worley Ken Wyatt
Ronald John Yates
Actress | The Irishman
For 70 years, Babette Stephens worked as an actor in theater, radio, TV and film. She was also a director, artistic director, talk show host, TV game show panelist and acting teacher. Her last acting student was Dwayne Lawler. In 1972, she was awarded an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of ...
4. Paul Hogan
Actor | 'Crocodile' Dundee
Paul Hogan became a worldwide success with his irresistible comic performance in Crocodile Dundee (1986), which he created and co-wrote. This earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor as well as an Academy Award nomination (for Best Screenplay). The versatile actor got his start in Australian ...
5. Rolf Harris
Soundtrack | Australia
Rolf Harris came to London in 1952 to study Art. A year later he was appearing on TV as an artist and storyteller and had his first hit as a singer in the early sixties with Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport. After a relatively quiet period in his life in the late seventies, his brother Bruce Harris ...
Director | Little Women
Gillian Armstrong was born on December 18, 1950 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Gillian May Armstrong. She is a director and producer, known for Little Women (1994), My Brilliant Career (1979) and Not Fourteen Again (1996). She is married to John Pleffer. They have two children.
7. Rachel Ward
Actress | The Thorn Birds
Rachel Ward was born on September 12, 1957 in Cornwell Manor, Cornwell, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England as Rachel Claire Ward. She is an actress and director, known for The Thorn Birds (1983), Sharky's Machine (1981) and Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982). She has been married to Bryan Brown ...
8. Bryan Brown
Actor | Cocktail
Bryan Brown was born on June 23, 1947 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Bryan Neathaway Brown. He is an actor and producer, known for Cocktail (1988), Breaker Morant (1980) and Two Hands (1999). He has been married to Rachel Ward since April 16, 1983. They have three children.
Australian actor Jack Thompson was born John Hadley Payne on August 31, 1940 in Manly, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney. Outside of Oz, he is best known for his appearances in The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978), Breaker Morant (1980), The Man from Snowy River (1982), Midnight in the Garden of...
10. Bille Brown
A Drama graduate of the University of Queensland, Bille Brown is a well-known Shakespearean actor. He began with the Queensland Theatre Company and, later, was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in Strathford and London. While with the RSC, he was one of its few commissioned writers.
11. Yoram Gross
Producer | Dot and the Bunny
Yoram Gross is Australia's leading animation Producer and Director. Internationally acclaimed for his films and television series, Yoram has established a world-wide reputation for the adaptation of children's characters from books and films to animation that win the hearts of children worldwide. ...
17. Angry Anderson
Actor | Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
Angry Anderson was born on August 5, 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Gary Stephen Anderson. He is an actor, known for Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985), Chopper (2000) and The Time Guardian (1987). He was previously married to Lindy (Lou) Michael.
21. Bob Brown
Actor | Neighbours
Bob Brown was born on December 27, 1944 in Oberon, New South Wales, Australia as Robert James Brown. He is an actor, known for Neighbours (1985), The Franklin: Wild River (1980) and Corridors of Power (2001).
Australian Labor politician.
23. John Bryson
Writer | Evil Angels
25. Ruth Cracknell
Actress | Mother and Son
Ruth Cracknell was born on July 6, 1925 in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia as Ruth Winifred Cracknell. She was an actress, known for Mother and Son (1984), The Night, the Prowler (1978) and Lilian's Story (1996). She was married to Eric Phillips. She died on May 13, 2002 in Sydney, New South ...
33. Julie Anthony
Actress | Paradise Road
Julie Anthony was born on August 24, 1949 in Lameroo, South Australia, Australia as Julie Moncrieff Lush.
35. Queenie Ashton
Actress | A Country Practice
Queenie Ashton was born on November 11, 1903 in London, England as Edith Muriel Ashton. She was an actress, known for A Country Practice (1981), The Love Boat (1977) and The Evil Touch (1973). She was married to John Cover. She died on October 21, 1999 in Carlingford, Sydney, New South Wales, ...
43. Tim Burstall
Director | End Play
Tim Burstall was born on April 20, 1927 in Stockton-on-Tees, England. He was a director and writer, known for End Play (1976), Stork (1971) and Libido (1973). He was married to Neela Dey and Betty Rogers. He died on April 19, 2004 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
45. Lana Cantrell
Soundtrack | England Made Me
Impassioned Australian singer Lana Cantrell, who found international success in the 1960s and 1970s, did not do things the easy way. A self-taught singer with no formal training, the tall, trim, shaggy-haired beauty entered the music industry and, for the duration of her career, remained true to ...
46. Ron Casey
Self | The Don Lane Tonight Show
Ron Casey was born on July 5, 1929 in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia as Ronald Arthur Casey. He was married to Renate Casey and Mary Therese Nicholls. He died on October 2, 2018 in St Leonards, Sydney, New South Wales.
52. Tony Charlton
Actor | The World of the Seekers
Tony Charlton was born on March 28, 1929 in Sydney, Australia as Antony Erling Charlton. He was an actor, known for The World of the Seekers (1968), Sports Parade (1957) and BP Super Show (1959). He died on December 17, 2012 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
53. Belinda Clark
Actress | Tag
Belinda Clark - Payne was born on March 11, 1987 in Kansas City, Missouri. When she was 12, her family moved to Los Angeles, California, where she attended John Adams Middle School and Santa Monica High School. There, Belinda was in the color guard/marching band, which was featured in Disney ...
57. Iva Davies
Iva Davies was born on May 22, 1955 in Wauchope, New South Wales, Australia as Ivor Arthur Davies. He is an actor and composer, known for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003), Space Jam (1996) and Razorback (1984). He was previously married to Tonia Kelly.
58. Smokey Dawson
Actor | A Country Practice
Smokey Dawson was born on March 19, 1913 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Herbert Henry Dawson. He was an actor, known for A Country Practice (1981), Dare Devils (1973) and This Is Your Life (1975). He was married to Dot. He died on February 13, 2008 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
63. Mick Dodson
64. Ken Done
Production_designer | Emerald City: Live
Ken Done was born as Kenneth Stephen Done. He is a production designer, known for Emerald City: Live (2016), Myf Warhurst's Nice (2012) and World Tour of Australia (1996). He has been married to Judith Ann Walker since 1965. They have two children.
68. John Doyle
Writer | Changi
John Doyle was born in 1953 in Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia. He graduated with a Diploma of Teaching (1973) and then completed a B (Arts) degree at the University of Newcastle (NSW) in 1978. Doyle taught at Glendale High School but was also a member of the Hunter Valley Theatre Company. In ...
70. John Bertrand
Actor | Bobby: RFK 37
73. Grahame Bond
Actor | BeastMaster
Grahame Bond began his career in entertainment at Sydney University in the 60s as a founding student member of the Architecture Revue. These shows also involved his University friends Geoffrey Atherden, Peter Weir, Peter Best and Rory O'Donoghue.
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78. Greg Combet
82. Bryce Courtenay
Writer | The Power of One
Bryce Courtenay was born on August 14, 1933 in Barberton, South Africa as Arthur Bryce Courtenay. He was a writer and producer, known for The Power of One (1992), Jessica (2004) and The Potato Factory (2000). He was married to Christine Gee and Benita Solomon. He died on November 22, 2012 in ...
86. Alan Edwards
Actor | The Show-Off
Alan Edwards was born on June 3, 1892 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The Show-Off (1934), Help! Help! Police! (1919) and Stage Mother (1933). He was married to Nita Pike. He died on May 8, 1954 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
87. Margreta Elkins
Actress | Lucrezia Borgia
Margreta Elkins was born on October 16, 1932 in Brisbane, Australia as Margaret Ann Enid Geater. She was an actress, known for Lucrezia Borgia (1977), Ninety Years On (1964) and Norma (1978). She was married to Henry Elkins. She died on April 1, 2009 in Brisbane.
89. Liz Ellis
91. Tommy Emmanuel
Music_department | The Delinquents
Tommy Emmanuel is one of the most talented acoustic guitarists worldwide, his skills to use a guitar as a percussion as well as a stringed instrument makes him unique. He started playing guitar when he was six and started playing shows at an early age. He was awarded C.G.P By Chet Atkins and now ...
92. Nick Enright
Writer | Blackrock
Nick Enright was born on December 22, 1950 in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia as Nicholas Paul Enright. He was a writer and actor, known for Blackrock (1997), Lorenzo's Oil (1992) and Breaking Through (1990). He died on March 30, 2003 in Sydney, New South Wales.
97. Max Fatchen
Writer | The River Kings
Max Fatchen was born on August 3, 1920 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia as Maxwell Edgar Fatchen. He was a writer, known for The River Kings (1991), Chase Through the Night (1983) and Authors on Display 1987 (1987). He died on October 14, 2012 in Gawler, South Australia.
100. Noel Ferrier
Actor | The Year of Living Dangerously
Noel Ferrier was born on December 20, 1930 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He was an actor and producer, known for The Year of Living Dangerously (1982), The Rollicking Adventures of Eliza Fraser (1976) and Paradise Road (1997). He was married to Suzanne de Berenger. He died on October 16, 1997 ...