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Gorr, Lizbeth (Libbi) (1965 - )

Born
24 March 1965
Australia
Occupation
Broadcaster

Summary

An Australian media personality, Libbi Gorr invented comic interviewer 'Elle McFeast' on ABC television's Sweaty.

Details

Libbi Gorr participated in Law Revues while completing an Arts/Law degree at the University of Melbourne. After graduating she performed with an all-girl cabaret group call the Hot Bagels. Gorr was an articled clerk at Phillips Fox in Melbourne before returning to entertain audiences with her interviews and satirical observations of life and society.

Sources used to compile this entry: Queenscliffe Carnival of Words – Artists http://www.queenscliff.com/pages/artists.html accessed 2002-01-03.

Anne Heywood

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