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Jo Briant


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About Jo Briant

Jo Briant is most well known for acting, and has 10 known credits, of which 6 are movies, and 4 are TV shows.

Jo Briant’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Jo Briant’s movies you should definitely watch The Rainbow Warrior (1993) Jo has worked on!

  1. The Rainbow Warrior (1993)
  2. Send a Gorilla (1988)
  3. Mark II (1986)
  4. Bread & Roses (1993)
  5. Glen (2021)

1. The Rainbow Warrior (1993 Movie)

The best rated movie Jo Briant has been a part of is the tv movie, drama movie The Rainbow Warrior, where they had the role of Det. Robin Borrie. It has a rating 5.6 on IMDb.

2. Send a Gorilla (1988)

Send a Gorilla has a rating on 5.3 on IMDb . Jo Briant worked on this comedy movie as Linda.

3. Mark II (1986)

In Mark II Jo Briant was worked as Toast the Knowing. This drama movie has a rating on 6.9 on IMDb.

4. Bread & Roses (1993)

This drama, war movie has a rating on 7.0 on IMDb. In Bread & Roses Jo Briant had the role of Barbara.

5. Glen (2021)

Jo Briant was a part of the movie Glen as Lucy.

Jo Briant’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Jo Briant’s shows you should definitely watch Shortland Street (1992), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated show has been a part of!!

  1. Shortland Street (1992)
  2. Home and Away (1988)
  3. Big Sky (1997)

1. Shortland Street (1992)

The drama TV show Shortland Street has a rating Friendspire of 10.0 and 4.7 on IMDb. Jo Briant was Ruth Brasch in this show!

2. Home and Away (1988)

In Home and Away Jo Briant was Paula Davies. This drama, romance show has a rating on Friendspire of 7.3 and 5.1 on IMDb.

3. Big Sky (1997)

The third highest rated TV show Jo Briant has worked on is the drama series Big Sky, where Jo was Patricia. It has a rating on 6.8 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Jo Briant’s gender?

Jo Briant is female.

What is Jo most known for?

Jo Briant is most known for acting. Jo has worked on 6 movies and 4 TV shows.

What is Jo Briant’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Rainbow Warrior, which has a score of 0.0.

What is Jo Briant’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is Shortland Street, which has a score of 10.0.

Jo’s Filmography

As Paula Davies. Home and Away is set in the fictional town of Summer Bay, a coastal town in New South Wales, and follows the personal and professional lives of the people living in the area. The show initially focused on the Fletcher family, Pippa and Tom Fletcher and their five foster children Frank Morgan, Carly Morris, Steven Matheson, Lynn Davenport and Sally Keating, who would go on to become one of the show's longest-running characters. The show also originally and currently focuses on the Stewart family. During the early 2000s, the central storylines focused on the Sutherlands and later, the Hunters. Home and Away had proved popular when it premiered in 1988 and had risen to become a hit in Australia, and after only a few weeks, the show tackled its first major and disturbing storyline, the rape of Carly Morris; it was one of the first shows to feature such storylines during the early timeslot. H&A has tackled many adult-themed and controversial storylines; something rarely found in its restricted timeslot.

As Ruth Brasch. A fast-paced serial drama in an urban setting, this show explores the lives and loves of the patients and staff of a modern metropolitan hospital and contains a heady mix of medical crisis, human drama, comedy, romance and suspense.

As Patricia. Big Sky is an Australian television drama series produced by John Edwards that ran for two seasons on Network Ten from 1997 to 1999. The show centred on the adventures of the pilots of a small aviation company in Australia called "Big Sky Aviation" and the battles of the owner to keep the company running. Chief pilot Chris Manning is determined to look after his team, even if that conflicts with the new boss, Lauren Allen, who has inherited the company following the death of her father.

As Martina Lewis. White Collar Blue is an Australian television series made by Knapman Wyld Television for Network Ten from 2002 to 2003. Starring Peter O'Brien as Joe Hill and Freya Stafford as Harriet Walker, the series dealt with a division of the police force working in the city of Sydney and the personal and professional tensions affecting their work and lives. In the pilot episode, Harriet is introduced as the new face to Kingsway station, transferring from the "White Collar" federal police to the "Blue Collar" New South Wales Police. Throughout the series Harriet must deal not only with her husband's brutal murder and the revelation of his adultery, but with learning to adjust and fit into her new surroundings. Joe is Harriet's new partner, and isn't exactly welcoming to her as an addition to the team. With two daughters from previous marriages, Joe needs to juggle his homelife, his dedication to the job and his relationship with Nicole Brown, played by Jodie Dry. The other cops at the station are Ted Hudson, played by Richard Carter, Sophia Marinkovitch and Theo Rahme, and each have their own secrets and problems to deal with. The series was axed after two seasons, however it can be found on cable TV both in Australia and overseas.

As Det. Robin Borrie. Peter Wilcox (Voight), as skipper of the 'Rainbow Warrior', a Greenpeace ship, docks in Auckland, July 1985, preparing for a protest against French nuclear testing in the south pacific. When a bomb rips open the vessel, killing a crew member, he must convince the police superintendent (Neill) that this is an act of terrorism. Determined not to allow outside forces to threaten their harbor, the police embark on a pursuit of the persons responsible. The events that follow nearly bring down an allied nation's government.

As Linda. The girls and gorillas at a singing telegram company are overworked because it is Valentine's Day. A series of sub-plots - a sexist disc jockey loses his dog and the girls fine it; one of the girls fights for custody of her child; an aspiring opera singer gets her chance to audition; and evil developer demolishes the telegram company's offices, etc, which all adds up to a large dose of confusion.

As Judy. Three Maori youths, bored with Auckland, head south in a restored Mark II Zephyr in search of something different. One of them is on the run from drug dealers, whom he had crossed. Various mini-adventures occurs as they make their way down the North Island, but it all comes to a head while visiting a cousin. Finally, they, the drug dealers and the police all come together, with the expected fights and arrests.

As Barbara. Based upon the life of activist and trade unionist (and later MP) Sonja Davies. The film covers her life up to 1956, when, at age 33, she was elected to the Nelson Hospital Board. During this period she develops strong socialist beliefs, marries and divorces, at age 17 trains as a nurse, has a romance (and a child) with an American marine who is killed in WWII action. She battles tuberculosis and marries a former boyfriend when he returns from the war. She becomes part of a women's ill-fated campaign to save the Nelson railway line from closure and begins to be elected to political bodies.

As Lucy. Divorced, lonely and inept with the web, a 50-year-old man decides to try his hand at finding love online – with spectacularly catastrophic results.

As Helen. Danny, a young man with Down syndrome and his boss John, an ex-boxer, struggle to deal with the fallout of a violent incident.

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