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.


Over 500 HD captures from Hostages’ pilot have been added to the gallery. Credit goes to screencapped.net with many thanks!


Yesterday, Toni has been a guest on CBS’ This Morning to promote the season premiere of “Hostages”. The full interview can be watched in the video archive while screencaptures have been added to the gallery.

A bunch of new video clips have been added to the video archive. There’s a set-report from “Hostages” by Entertainment Tonight, an interview with Toni and Dylan McDermott by E! Entertainment. Then, a selection of commercials and a second featurette for the series premiere as well as a first clip and b-roll for “Enough Said”. Enjoy the new clips.


September remains a busy month for Toni. On Monday, a New York screening for “Enough Said” was held, which was attended by the cast and crew of the film. Yesterday, Toni and Tate Donovan rang the NYSE Opening Bell. And later that day, Toni was spotted at An Evening Of Dance Featuring Roberto Bolle And Friends in New York. Pictures from all three events have been added to the gallery. October will probably be just as extensive as Toni will attend the New York Film Festival as well.



A new interview with Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott has been published by Parade Magazine. n this “limited event” series of Hostages (it will air 15 episodes consecutively, no repeats), a surgeon (Toni Collette) slated to operate on the president is taken hostage along with her family and told to kill him during the procedure. The head bad guy? None other than an FBI agent played by Dylan McDermott. Hostages, which is one of Parade‘s picks for fall’s top 10 new shows), premieres on Sept. 23 on CBS.

Toni, will your character be revealed to be not as morally upstanding as she seems in the first episode?
Collette: Nobody is [what they seem], and that’s one of the things that drew me to this. All the characters are very real and complex. The intense amount of pressure that this family is put under is a very negative situation, obviously, but something very positive comes out of it for [my character].

The complete article can be read at Parade’s official website.

Yesterday, Toni has attended the Late Show with David Letterman to promote the premiere of “Hostages”. (September 23, 2013). It was a short but funny interview, cleaning up with all prejudices on deadly Australian animals and some jokes about Toni’s American accent. The full segment can be watched in the video archive.

Additionally to the video, pictures from her arrival have been added to the image library, as well as HD screencaptures from the programme.


Article courtesy Metro News Canada: Toni Collette says she feels somewhat disheartened by the male-dominated world of filmmaking and is pleased about the group of women driving her new feature, “Lucky Them.” Screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, the movie – about a journalist trying to track down a former musician-boyfriend in order to pen an article on him – boasts a female screenwriter (Emily Wachtel), director (Megan Griffiths) and executive producer (Joanne Woodward). “I don’t want to be sexist commenting on it, but you know I have to say I’m getting to a point where I am frustrated by the male dominance in this industry, so (this team) was a good thing, and is a good thing and there should be more women doing it,” Collette said in an interview. “I think we’re all pretty proud to have worked on something so female-oriented – not that it’s just for women, this movie. … All the right people came together.” “Lucky Them” features Collette as troubled Seattle music critic Ellie Klug, who is under pressure from her boss (Oliver Platt) to land a big story. In her quest to find her former flame, she’s joined by Charlie, an eccentric aspiring documentary maker (played with aplomb by Thomas Haden Church). The complete article can be read here.



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