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Doreen Anderson (Prisoner #335-571) is a prisoner of Wentworth Correctional Centre.

Reason for & Circumstances of ImprisonmentEdit

Doreen grew up in an Aboriginal community where everyone seemed to know each other. She didn't really have any boundaries, and even while pregnant, thought nothing of heavy drinking and drug using, while partying. At one such party, she left in her car to go to McDonalds, and had an accident on the way.

In hospital, Doreen had an ultrasound and found that she lost her baby, and was sent to Wentworth, charged with Reckless Endangerment.

Doreen AndersonEdit

Doreen Anderson has a sentence of 5 years at Wentworth, charged with Reckless Endangerment.

During her time at Wentworth, she has become close to Liz Birdsworth. She is also friends with Franky Doyle, and is part of her gang.

When Bea Smith first meets Kaiya, she (and the public) are under the impression that Kaiya is her daughter. Doreen asks Bea to look after Kaiya while she helps Franky in a riot outside.

In the second episode we find out that Kaiya is actually Toni Goodes' daughter -- Toni is a drug addict, and Doreen actually looks after Kaiya for that reason.  Also, Doreen is the most upset when Kaiya is taken out of the prison, following a drug bust.

In episode 5 she is asked by the Governor of Wentworth, Erica Davidson to be the new Support Peer, as Liz' behaviour in the previous episode made her unfit for the role.

In Season 2 she meets a prisoner from Walford prison, Nash Taylor, they fall in love and she gets pregnant.

In season 3 she gives birth to their child Joshua.

In season 4 she will have tensions with Bea, and she will get closer to inmate Joan Ferguson. She will later change her mind after knowing Ferguson’s real intentions.

In Season 5 she is finally paroled and she joins her son and her partner soon after exiting the prison, causing big emotions in Franky, who assists to the scene from the roof.

Other InformationEdit

  • Doreen is similar to her original counterpart in some ways. While not childish, she does have a child like sense of fun, most likely to try and make the prison less of a scary place for Kaiya.

Appereances Edit

Wentworth: Season 1
"No Place Like Home"
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"Fly Me Away"
Absent
"The Girl Who Waited"
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"The Things We Do"
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"The Velvet Curtain"
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"Captive"
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"Something Dies"
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"Mind Games "
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"To the Moon"
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"Checkmate"
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Wentworth: Season 2
"Born Again"
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"Whatever It Takes"

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"Boys In The Yard"


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"The Danger Within"

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"Twist The Knife"
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"The Pink Dragon"

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"Metamorphosis"


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"Sins of the Mother"

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"The Fixer"
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"Jail Birds"


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"Into The Night"
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"Fear Her"

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Wentworth: Season 3
"The Governor's Pleasure"
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"3x02 Failing Upwards"
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"Knives Out"
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"Righteous Acts"
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"3x05 Mercy"
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"Evidence"
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"The Long Game"
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"Goldfish"
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"Freak Show"
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"A Higher Court"
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"The Living and the Dead"
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"Blood and Fire"

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Wentworth: Season 4
"First Blood"
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"Poking Spiders"

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"Prisoner"


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"Screw Lover"

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"Love and Hate"
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"Divide and Conquer"

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"Panic Button"


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"Plan Bea"

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"After Life"
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"Smitten"


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"The Eleventh Hour"
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"Seeing Red"

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