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There is no price disclosure on the sale but it is tipped to have sold for a bullish result so early in the campaign, well above the .3 million to .5 million guide. star, his wife Rigg and their three children have returned to live in Sydney, and are based at the Bronte home they bought last July for .5 million.The couple also own a property in the Byron Bay hinterland of Nashua that they bought in 2009 for

There is no price disclosure on the sale but it is tipped to have sold for a bullish result so early in the campaign, well above the $3.3 million to $3.5 million guide. star, his wife Rigg and their three children have returned to live in Sydney, and are based at the Bronte home they bought last July for $6.5 million.The couple also own a property in the Byron Bay hinterland of Nashua that they bought in 2009 for $1.5 million.

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There is no price disclosure on the sale but it is tipped to have sold for a bullish result so early in the campaign, well above the $3.3 million to $3.5 million guide. star, his wife Rigg and their three children have returned to live in Sydney, and are based at the Bronte home they bought last July for $6.5 million.

The couple also own a property in the Byron Bay hinterland of Nashua that they bought in 2009 for $1.5 million.

As well as a starring role in the Australian comedy television series Willing and Abel (in which she appeared as "Angela Reddy").

As a young girl she was also in the Australian film Fortress, which was about the kidnapping of a teacher (played by Rachel Ward) and a small class of students.

Rebecca Rigg (born 31 December 1967) is an Australian actress.

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Hes recently been back home in Australia for Tropfest, a short film festival that he created, and which has now become the biggest event of its kind in the world. JOHN POLSON: Its always been a very difficult business, my little Tropfest, you know. Because, as it gets more known and maybe even more attractive to sponsors and supporters, it also gets more expensive.Little bit nervous, the weather is unbelievable which always makes me even more nervous at this point because, I dont know, I just pray its going to be a day like this on Sunday. Right now if I get hit by a bus tomorrow, its probably the thing I feel like I've most contributed to the planet, which is a good feeling.BRUNA PAPANDREA, FILM PRODUCER: For me all of the success of Tropfest and what was created was 100 per cent Johns doing. SIMON BAKER, ACTOR AND FRIEND: Hes given a lot of people, not unlike myself that didnt grow up in Sydney with all the cool kids, the opportunity and the right to say, "Well I can do something too." He is an inspiration. Hes been an inspiration for thousands of filmmakers in this country, and now around the world.She also appeared in the television mini-series Emma: Queen of the South Seas.She made guest appearances in other Australian television series, including The Flying Doctors, G.

Hes recently been back home in Australia for Tropfest, a short film festival that he created, and which has now become the biggest event of its kind in the world. JOHN POLSON: Its always been a very difficult business, my little Tropfest, you know. Because, as it gets more known and maybe even more attractive to sponsors and supporters, it also gets more expensive.Little bit nervous, the weather is unbelievable which always makes me even more nervous at this point because, I dont know, I just pray its going to be a day like this on Sunday. Right now if I get hit by a bus tomorrow, its probably the thing I feel like I've most contributed to the planet, which is a good feeling.BRUNA PAPANDREA, FILM PRODUCER: For me all of the success of Tropfest and what was created was 100 per cent Johns doing. SIMON BAKER, ACTOR AND FRIEND: Hes given a lot of people, not unlike myself that didnt grow up in Sydney with all the cool kids, the opportunity and the right to say, "Well I can do something too." He is an inspiration. Hes been an inspiration for thousands of filmmakers in this country, and now around the world.She also appeared in the television mini-series Emma: Queen of the South Seas.She made guest appearances in other Australian television series, including The Flying Doctors, G.P., Blue Heelers and Winners – Quest beyond Time and was known for her role as the rebellious teenager, 'Gabe' in A Country Practice during the early 80's.