Who's Who entrants big winners at 2013 Helpmann Awards

Lana Wilson / July 31, 2013 12:51 PM

Ten Who's Who in Australia, Who's Who in Business in Australia and Who's Who of Australian Women entrants were this week recognised for their artistic talents at the 13th annual Helpmann Awards.

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Who's Who in Australia and Who's Who of Australian Women entrant Simone Young won the award for Best Individual Classical Music Performance, in conjunction with her work with the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Photo: ABC

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Who's Who in Australia's Antony Hamilton was awarded Best Choreography in a Dance or Physical Theatre Production for his work 'Black Project 1 & 2'. Photo: arts.vic.gov.au

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Cabaret performer, Who's Who in Australia, Who's Who in Business in Australia and Who's Who of Australian Women's Robyn Archer was honoured with the award for Best Cabaret Performer. Photo: robynarcher.com.au

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Theatre veteran and Who's Who in Australia biogrpahy holder Neil Armfield was the recipient of the award for Best Direction of a Play for 'The Secret River'. Photo: Sydney Morning Herald

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Music legends Paul Kelly and Neil Finn, who are both Who's Who in Australia entrants, were awarded the Helpmann Award for Best Australian Contemporary Concert for their tour together last year. Photo: tommagazine.com.au

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Who's Who in Australia's Andrew Bovell won the gong for Best New Australian Work for his stage adaption of Kate Grenville's novel 'The Secret River'. Photo: The Australian

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Australian comedian and Who's Who of Australian Women's Julia Morris was awarded the Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer for her show 'Julia Morris - No Judgement'. Photo: juliamorris.com.au

 

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Opera Singer and dual Who's Who biography holder, Cheryl Barker, was the recipient of Best Female Performer in an Opera Award for her performance in Opera Australia's production of 'Salome'. Photo: opera-australia.org.au

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Adding to his broad collection of awards, Who's Who in Australia's Geoffrey Rush took home the title Best Male Actor in a Musical for his participation in 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum'. Photo: 3AW

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Colin Friels, a biography holder in Who's Who of Australia won Best Male Actor in a Play for Belvoir Theatre Company's 'Death of a Salesman'. Photo: au.timeout.com