Kate Jenkinson

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Kate Jenkinson

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Kate Jenkinson
Born (1981-08-24) 24 August 1981 (age 35)
Perth, Australia
Other names “Jenko”
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present
Known for Wentworth

Kate Jenkinson is an Australian actress, known for her various roles on The Wedge, as well as her role of Kendall Quinn on Super Fun Night. She is most recently known for her role as Allie Novak in the Australian hit TV series Wentworth. In recent years Kate has divided her time between Australia and Los Angeles, for work purposes. She has just completed (December 2016) filming Season 5 of Wentworth in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She is scheduled to film Season 2 of The Ex-PM with Shaun Micallef in early 2017, as well as a mini series about Olivia Newton-John, both of which will be filmed in Melbourne.


Jenkinson graduated from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2004, winning the Nigel Rideout Award and has since been working constantly in drama and comedy on both stage and screen.[1]


In 2005, Jenkinson was nominated for the Best Newcomer Award for her role as Julia in Black Swan’s production of Zastrozzi and was a regular on the TV comedy series The Wedge from 2005–07.[2][3] She appeared as herself on Thank God You’re Here in 2006–07, as well as Forgotten Cities, a new pilot for Working Dog.

In 2007, she was in an episode of Shaun Micallef’s Newstopia and had a lead guest role on the Channel 9 drama series, Canal Road. She began 2008 in the MTC production of Don Juan in Soho before commencing as a regular on SBS’s Bogan Pride[4] and guest roles on Rush, Satisfaction, “Tangle“, and “Whatever Happened to That Guy“. In 2013, she joined the cast of fellow Australian Rebel Wilson‘s TV series Super Fun Night.[5] In 2015, she played Carol, the daughter of the title character in Shaun Micallef‘s sitcom The Ex-PM.[6]

In 2015, Jenkinson joined the cast of Wentworth as prison inmate Allie Novak[7] and has just completed filming Season 5, which is due to air in April 2017 in Australia. Season 6 was confirmed in May 2017 and filming began a few weeks later, with Jenkinson confirmed to be back on set for season 6.


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Zastrozzi Julia Black Swan Theatre[8]
2008 Don Juan in SoHo Mattie/Dalia Melbourne Theatre Company[9]
2010 The Graduate Elaine Robinson Kay + McLean[10]
Year Title Role Notes
2005–07 The Wedge Various
2006–07 Thank God You’re Here Herself
2007 Forgotten Cities Various
2007 Newstopia Amanda Episode: “Ghosts of Christmas Past”
2008 Canal Road Felicity
2008 Bogan Pride Tizneen
2008–09 Rush Nina Wise
2009 Whatever Happened to That Guy? IVF Nurse
2009–10 Satisfaction Jemima
2009–12 Tangle Melanie
2010 City Homicide Lara Conlon
2010 Wilfred Caddy
2010–12 Lowdown Samantha
2011 Killing Time Wendy Peirce
2012 Agony Aunts Herself
2012 The Straits Antoinette Montebello
2012 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Isabella
2011–13 Offspring Kate Reid
2012 House Husbands Nadine Nadir
2013–14 Super Fun Night Kendall Quinn
2015 The Ex-PM Carol
2015 Hiding Rebecca Swift / Maree Quigg
2016– Wentworth Allie Novak Regular role (season 4-present)


Year Organization Award Role
2004 Nigel Rideout Award Teacher’s Choice WAAPA
2005 Equity Benevolent Guild Best Newcomer Nominee Zastrozzi
2013 Australians in Film Finalist Heath Ledger Scholarship

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