As far as her acting career is concerned, followers of Australian cinema will recall her role in the film Malcolm alongside Colin Friels and John Hargreaves, but she is probably best remembered to television enthusiasts for her performance as the evil drug baroness Ruth Ballinger in Prisoner.
Director: Moscow Maly Theatre: Old Times. Wyndham's Theatre West End: Old Times (with Julie Christie Leigh Lawson and Harriet Walter). Theatr Clywd: Old Times. (with Julie Christie and Leigh Lawson) Chichester Festival Theatre: Hedda Gabler (with Harriet Walter Nicholas Le Prevost and Phyllida Law), Chichester Festival Theatre: Suzannah Andler (with Julie Christie) Sydney Theatre Company: Three Days of Rain, A Month in the Country (Opera House), Old Times Bell Shakespeare Company: As You Like It (Opera House); Belvoir St Company B: Scenes from an Execution (nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Director) State Theatre Company of South Australia: Room to Move. Playbox: Fool for Love. Victorian College of the Arts: The Rover, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Women Beware Women (Middleton/Barker), Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters, Lysistrata. N.I.D.A : A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Electra; Miss Sarah Sampson.
Actor Trainer Performance Advisor/Consultant: Lindy Davies has developed a unique Approach to Performance: a process which codifies the art of transformation. she has worked as a Performance Advisor/Consultant on many films including: Sarah Polley’s Away from Her for which Julie Christie won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress; the National Board of Review Award for Best Actress; the Critic’s Circle Award and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress. Julie has also been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. Lindy also worked with Julie Christie on Neverland and Troy. Alan Rudolph's Afterglow; for which, Julie Christie received a 1998 Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Sally Potter's The Tango Lesson. Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet with Julie Christie. Dennis Potter's Karaoke with Julie Christie. Michael Whyte’s The Railway Stationman with Julie Christie. Pat O’Connor’s Fools of Fortune with Julie Christie. Australia: includes Looking For Alibrandi, Radiance, The Leaving of Liverpool, Talk, MDA Lindy Davies has written an integrated curriculum for the training of the Autonomous Artist. She is presently writing a book on her Approach to Performance called The Autonomous Actor"
Actress::Belvoir St Company B: Scenes from an Execution (Galactea) (nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actress) N.I.D.A. Company: Vassa, (Vassa) (nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actress) State Theatre Company of South Australia: The Seagull (Arkadina) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Martha), Wild Honey (Anna Petrovna). Hunter Valley Theatre Company: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Martha) Condor Award for Best Actress. Playbox: Upside Down at the Bottom of the World,(Frida) World is Made of Glass (Magda), Buried Child (Haley). Rex Cramphorn's Actor's Development Stream: Antony and Cleopatra,(Cleopatra) Britannicus (Agrippina), Hamlet (Gertrude) Not Suitable for Adults (Kate). La Mama: Mishka and Nomagava.(Mishka) Pram Fsctory: Marvellous Melbourne; Marvellous Melbourne11; Chicago Chicago; Don's Party.