Georgie writes for Woman's Day magazine.
Georgie married Steve Worland in December 1999.
In 2006 Georgie will appear in the Channel 10 Telemovie Society Murders playing the role of Emma Connell. It is based on the murders of Margaret Wales-King and her husband Paul King in April 2002.
In 2006 Georgie will appear in the telemovie Stepfather Of The Bride.
After leaving All Saints Georgie appeared in Ensemble Theatres production of Chapter Two. Georgie played the role of actress Jennie MacLaine.
Georgie is a regular at Carols in the Domain, held in Sydney.
She sings solo christmas carols and with other celebrity guests.
In June/ July 2004 Georgie was a guest presenter for National Geographic Presents.
After High School Georgie studdied with Choreographer Ross Colman.
As a child Georgie took singing lessons.
Georgie has many stage credits for lead roles in musicals. She has starred in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, All In the Timing, Crazy for You, Wait Until Dark, Hear Comes Showtime and High Society.
Outside of work Georgie has said that she enjoys going to the movies, going to the theatre, catching up with friends and spending time with her daughter.
In 1990 Georgie won her first Logie for Most Popular New Talent for her role as Lucy in A Country Practice.
While in A Country Practice Georgie won the Silver Logie for Most Popular actress in 1991, 1992 and 1993.
Georgie keeps fit by going to the gym, swimming and running.
Georgie had her first major TV role in a telemovie "A Long Way From Home".
Georgie had her first big break into acting by getting the role of Sister Mary Leo in the musical Nunsense in 1988.
Georgie has her first acting role at the age of 8 in a school panto.
Georgie started Ballet classes at the age of 4.
Georgie's character Terri spoke the first word on All Saints, the word was "Steph".
Georgie won Gold Logies in 2001 and 2002.
Georgie appeared in the 1988 movie Young Einstein as a Country Girl Fan.
Georgie is one of the hosts of Play School in Australia.
Georgie is the host of channel 9's Clever.
Georgie is to co-host the 2006 TV Week Logie Awards with other Australian Celebrities.
Georgie Parker once sang a version of "These Boots are Made for Walking."
Georgie's husband is Steve Worland. He is a screenwriter.
Georgie: (following the death of her good friend, actress Belinda Emmett) Everyone will remember Belinda for her kindness and wicked sense of humour. She was a beautiful girl who grew into a wonderful woman.
Georgie: I've got to challenge myself.' And that delayed me leaving because I took time off from the show. I just think it's really important to challenge yourself as an actor. And it's very easy when you're doing TV to constantly be in your comfort zone.