In 2010, Keddie depicted author Blanche d'Alpuget in Hawke, a telemovie about the premiership of Bob Hawke (the Prime Minister of Australia, 1983–91).
She also became the star of the drama series Offspring, which began airing in August 2010.
Beginning her career in the television series Five Mile Creek in the mid 1980s, Keddie received wide recognition for her role in the critically acclaimed series Offspring.
Her significant repertoire in television has led to her being dubbed as the 'Golden Girl of Australian Television'.
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Keddie completed her secondary education at St Michael's Grammar School, St Kilda.
Keddie also had a small role in the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, as Dr. Aside from television and film work, she has several theatre credits, most notably in the Melbourne Theatre Company production of Les Liaisons dangereuses as Madame de Tourvel.
As of 2015, she has taken out the 'Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actress' five times in a row.
Proudman’s love life has again been the central story to the new Offspring reboot that launched last month after a two-year break.
Dan Wyllie’s character, Dr Angus Freeman, is also pivotal to tonight’s episode, which sees him on a date with Proudman.
In April 2011, she had the leading role of Ita Buttrose in ABC1's telemovie Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, the story of Buttrose's rise to success as the editor of Cleo magazine.