Welcome to Toni Collette Online, your unofficial web resource on the Australian actress and singer since 2005. Best known for her performances in "Muriel's Wedding", "The Sixth Sense" and her multiple roles in the series "United States of Tara", Toni has managed to build an impressive international career on the stage, screen and television, that has won her the Emmy, Golden Globe as well as Academy Award and Tony Award nominations. Toni Collette Online is your premiere source for all latest news on Toni's past and present career, transcripts as well as extensive photos and video archives. Enjoy your stay and check back soon.


Additional appearances pictures have been added to the gallery. 2007 has been another extensive year for Toni before she took off time for motherhood. But before she enjoyed accolades for “Little Miss Sunshine” (scoring Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations alongside a Screen Actors Guild Award win), wrapped her Australian tour with Toni Collette and the Finish (including an appearance at the 2007 Live Earth concert) and served as a jury member at the Cannes Film Festival. Since almost all albums have been updated, simply click on the previews below for a complete overview.


Toni is featured in the September issue of Australia’s InStyle magazine – photographed by David Gubert (who’s also responsible for the beautiful header image of this site). Preivew pictures have been added to the gallery. A behind-the-scenes video from the shoot can be seen over at the InStyle official website. The magazine is already on newsstands.

HBO will air an “HBO: First Look” on Nicole Holofcener’s “Enough Said” on September 5, 10:45 pm et. The romantic comedy stars Julia Louis Dreyfus, James Gandolfini and Toni Collette and will have its world-premiere at the Toronto Film Festival next month. A sneak preview from the special has been added to the video archive, including a brief interview with Toni. Looking forward to more promotion once the film US hits theatres on September 20.

Video and article courtesy Entertainment Tonight. Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott team up this fall on Hostages, the riveting, limited-series political thriller from executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, in which Toni plays a surgeon who holds the life of the president in her hands – literally. “It’s a character-driven piece, ultimately,” says Toni. “It’s one of those shows where the ground keeps moving and you think you know what’s happening and it just ends up being turned on its head. … The story’s constantly evolving.” Collette plays Dr. Ellen Sanders, a premiere surgeon forced to make the most harrowing life-or-death decision imaginable. McDermott plays Duncan Carlisle, a by rogue FBI Agent that takes Sanders’ family hostage and orders her to assassinate the president when she operates on him.

With her family’s life in peril, the choices between right and wrong become even more blurred as her every move has enormous national and personal consequences. “That’s the best part, is that this show’s only 15 episodes and so there’s no fat on this show and it’s going to be streamlined, and we’re going for it every episode,” says McDermott. “Every kernel of information you get is going to be gold because it’s all going to be linked together until we get to the end.” Also starring Tate Donovan, Billy Brown, James Naughton, Quinn Shephard, Mateus Ward, Rhys Coiro and Sandrine Holt, Hostages premieres Monday, September 23 at 10/9c on CBS.

More appearances pictures have been added from another busy year. In 2006, Toni promoted two films – “The Night Listener” and “Little Miss Sunshine” – and also launched her music career with a tour through Australia. Again, since almost all albums have been updated, simply click on the previews below for a complete overview.


Another batch of public appearances pictures have been added to the gallery. In 2005, Toni was busy promoting “In Her Shoes” with Cameron Diaz around the world, so she made appearances in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France, Germany and Japan. Since pretty much every album has been updated, simply click the previews below for a complete overview.


Today’s last update of public appearances pictures, ranging from 2003 to 2004 have been added to the gallery. To launch all last added pictures, click any of the previews below, or launch the individual images through the text links.


Public Appearances – 2003 – Screen Actors Guild Awards
Public Appearances – 2003 – Melbourne Film Festival
Public Appearances – 2003 – Inside FILM Awards
Public Appearances – 2003 – AFI Awards
Public Appearances – 2003 – “Japanese Story” Press Conference
Public Appearances – 2004 – Independent Spirit Awards
Public Appearances – 2004 – Academy Awards
Public Appearances – 2004 – “Connie and Carla” Premiere (Sydney)



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