Her other television roles have included the legal comedy-drama Marshall Law 2002 with Lisa McCune and William McInnes, Satisfaction and Good Guys Bad Guys. In addition to television roles, she has appeared in the two-actor film Saturday Night, with Aaron Pedersen. She has also worked in theatre, with stage roles in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing. She is currently appearing in a production of David Williamson's play "Don's Party" at the Sydney Opera House, and guest starred in a recent episode of City Homicide. Alison won the 2008 silver Logie Award for Most Outstanding Female Actress, for her role in Satisfaction.
From 1995 to 2007 Whyte and her husband Fred Whitlock ran the Terminus Hotel in Melbourne, Victoria. Their pub was noted for not having gaming machines. Now owned by the couple, is the Yarra Glen Grand Hotel, in Victoria. Whyte has also visited Vietnam and Cambodia as a spokesperson for Oxfam.
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Feb 22, 2001; In 1920, my grandmother gave birth to a 3lb baby. The GP who had attended the home birth, shrugged, said the baby's chances of...