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Alysson Annan. Olympian, hockey-player. Known as the "sharpest shooter in international womenís hockey" and the "best female hockey player in the world" during the 1990s.

Tony Ayres. Chinese-born Australian screenwriter and director. His award-winning films include Walking on Water and The Home Song Stories.

Bob Brown. Politician, leader of the Australian Greens & the first openly gay member of the Parliament of Australia.

Anthony Callea. Singer.

Tim Campbell. Actor-Entertainer.


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Michael Kirby. Justice of the High Court of Australia, the highest court in the Australian court hierarchy.


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David Malouf. Lebanese-Australian writer. His 1993 novel, Remembering Babylon was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

Ian 'Molly' Meldrum. Cowboy-hatted 'Music guru' has unaspected Jupiter. Pluto Kite. popular music critic, journalist, record producer & musical entrepreneur. With his Mercury conjunct Australia's midheaven Meldrum has interviewed (Uranus square Mercury).

Orry-Kelly, 1897-1964. Oscar-winning costume designer.


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Mark Trevorrow: Bob Downe's quirky alter ego has an Aquarian stellium!
This openly-gay entertainer extraordinaire is a comedian, singer, television host, media personality and writer. Beside his many guest appearances Trevorrow's alter-ego 'Bob Downe' became well-known in the U.K. from shows like Bob Downe Under. In Australia Trevorrow was compere of several telecasts of the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade and host of ABC TV's The Way We Were.

Christos Tsiolkas: Quelle horreur! Double Scorpio writes about sex & death!
Considering the erotically-charged content of his writing it should come as no surprise that Tolkias is a 'double Scorpio' (someone with both Sun and New Moon in the sign of the scorpion), who was also born with Mercury and Neptune in that sign. His books include Loaded (1995), Jump Cuts (with Sasha Soldatow, 1996), The Jesus Man (1999), The Devil's Playground (2002) and Dead Europe (2005) which won The Age Book of the Year fiction award.

William Yang. Chinese-Australian photographer & performance artist.


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