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Helen smart

Helen Smart

Helen Smart was a prisoner of Wentworth Detention Centre on many occasions, appearing from Episodes 118 - 441.

Helen Smart

Full Name:

Helen Smart

Crime:

Prostitution, Kidnapping

Nickname:

First Appeared:

Ep 118

Last Appeared:

Ep 441

Status:

Alive

Played by:

Caroline Gillmer

The Tart With A HeartEdit

Helen was frequently in and out of Wentworth for prostitution and related charges. She is first seen walking past Kerry Vincent's cell the two knowing eachother from their line of work, though Helen is released shortly after this.

Helen next appeared in Wentworth on a 10 days sentence for not paying a fine for prostitution. On her release, she was able to forge Doreen Anderson's signature to draw money from a bank, and organise a getaway car during the tunnel escape.

Helen's next stint was due to being framed for posession of drugs, although she was eventually cleared of this.

After this, her next stint at Wentworth is during the plot about the prostitute killer.

Helen helped Judy Bryant buy Driscoll House II for a cheap price. In return, Helen later turns up at Driscoll House II to ask Judy to help rescue her sister

On a later stint at Wentworth (433), Helen was bitten by a snake brought in by Cass Parker.

Helen was last seen transferred to another block after playing a practical joke on Joan Ferguson (441).

NotesEdit

  • The character of Helen Smart usually only served short sentences, giving the prisoners opportunity to get messages passed, or the opportunity to have Helen do a favour for a prisoner, related to which ever storyline was playing at the time.
  • Actress Caroline Gillmer most recently appeared as Judy Moran in Underbelly.


Helen Smart was played by Caroline Gilmer

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