Noeline Brown
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Comedienne star of the 60s and 70s hit shows the Mavis Bramston Show, The Naked Vicar and later Blanketty Blanks with Graham Kennedy.

Noeline is the candidate for the Labor Party for the seat of Southern Highlands at the State Election on 27th March. 1999. Although this is her first foray into politics she did appear, in 1972, in the "It's Time" campaign of Gough Whitlam alongside Bobby Limb, Bert Newton, Little Patti, Jacki Weaver and Col Joye.

Noeline is drawing inspiration from Glenda Jackson who was elected to the British House of Commons in 1992.

Noeline, now aged 60, is married to screenwriter Tony Sattler.

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