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Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre and television actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. She was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia, she has became an

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  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre and television actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. She was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia, she has became an
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. She was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, then aged 93 having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia,
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004.
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  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre and television actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. She was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia, she has became an ambassador for older people to learn and study, Kirkby started her screen career in her native England in a film role, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. Kirkby was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia, she has become an ambassador for older people to learn and study, Kirkby started her screen career in her native England in a film role, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier and university graduate. She was State Parliamentary Leader with the Australian Democrats, serving as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. She attained an arts degree in 2006, and became Australia's oldest university graduate in 2014, then aged 93 having been awarded a doctorate from Sydney University for her thesis on unemployment during The Great Depression years in Australia, she has become an ambassador for older people to learn and study, Kirkby started her screen career in her native England in a film role, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, service woman (with the British Army), radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her screen career in her native England in a film role, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role in serial Number 96 as Lucy Sutcliffe.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her screen career in her native England in a film role, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role in serial Number 96 as Lucy Sutcliffe.
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her screen career in her native England in film roles, including Mr. Bolfrey and Love from a Stranger, based on a novel by Agatha Christie, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role in serial Number 96 as Lucy Sutcliffe
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her performance career in her native England, before continuing her entertainment career in both Malaysia and Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role in serial Number 96 as Lucy Sutcliffe
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her performance career in her native England, before becoming a radio producer, director and screenwriter in Malaysia, career in both Malaysia, subsequently she resided in Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role as Lucy Sutcliffe starring opposite James Elliott in serial Number 96
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her performance career in her native England, before becoming a radio broadcaster, producer, director and screenwriter in Malaysia, subsequently she emigrated to Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role as Lucy Sutcliffe starring opposite James Elliott in serial Number 96
  • Elisabeth Wilma Kirkby (born 26 January 1921), alternatively Elizabeth Kirkby, is a retired English Australian politician, theatre, television and film actress, radio broadcaster, writer, public affairs commentator, producer, director and grazier. Kirkby served with the Australian Democrats as State Parliamentary Leader as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1998, after which she served a seat on local government, as a councillor for Temora from 1999 and 2004. Kirkby, a former actress started her performance career in her native England, before becoming a radio broadcaster, producer, director and screenwriter in Malaysia, subsequently she emigrated to Australia, where she became best known for her small screen role as Lucy Sutcliffe starring opposite James Elliott in serial Number 96.
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