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Jacqueline Holt (#452-250) is a prisoner of Wentworth Correctional Centre. She is a new character who didn't appear in Prisoner.

Jacs HoltEdit

Jacs is a new character to the Wentworth universe. She is a crime matriarch, and appears to be Top Dog at Wentworth, as she is seen operating the steam press in a promo video for the show. She is very manipulative and do whatever she can to get what wants. In later episodes it is shown she has Arthritis and cannot fight for herself. She has 14 years of her sentence to serve. Jacs is played by Kris McQuade. She got killed by Bea when she stabbed her in the neck with a pen. 

Other UNCONFIRMED information/speculationEdit

  • As a new character, Jacs did not appear on PCBH.  However, she is apparently a crime matriarch, so Jacs could be based on someone like Judy Moran. 
  • Despite being an original character, PCBH did have similar characters, meaning Jacs may be a homage to Toni McNally or even Ruth Ballinger.
  • Jacs may be a new version of Marie Winter
  • In episode 8 of Season 1, Jacs has an Irish flag in her room, alluding that she is possibly of Irish descent.

Appearances Edit

Wentworth: Season 1
"No Place Like Home"
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"Fly Me Away"

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"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"


Absent
"The Danger Within"

Mentioned
"Twist The Knife"
Absent
"The Pink Dragon"

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"Metamorphosis"


Absent
"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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