Her nickname is Jac Mac.
Jacqueline is 1.68 metres (5 foot 6 inches) tall.
Jacqueline is double-jointed in her fingers.
Jacqueline played Ophelia in the Neil Armfield directed stage production of Hamlet at the Belvoir St. Theatre.
Jacqueline married Bill Walter in 1996, before divorcing him in 2000.
Jacqueline dated her Romper Stomper co-star Daniel Pollock until he committed suicide in 1992 by jumping in front of a train just before the film was released.
Other movie roles for Jacqueline include Annie Williamson in Opal Dream (2005), Sherry in Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) (2000), Samantha in Love from Ground Zero (1998), Penny in Freak Weather (1998), A Cut in the Rates (1997), Beryl Muddle in Mr. Reliable (1997), Joy in Roses in Red (1995), Viola in Traps (1994), The Girl in Talk (1994), and Vanessa Prescott in This Won't Hurt a Bit (1993).
Jacqueline played Margaret Court in the TV movies When Billy Beat Bobby (2001), Mary Davidson in On The Beach, Catherine Macaleese in the Australian TV Movie Kangaroo Palace (1997), Frankie Smith in The Devil Game (1997), Darcy Grimshaus in The Battlers (1994), Rachel in Stark (1993), and Penelope Seymour in the mini series All The Way (1988).
Jacqueline sparked attention for her role in the 1992 movie Romper Stomper.
Jacqueline's film debut was in the 1987 film Wordplay. She played the role of Pandora.
Jacqueline's stage debut was in Child Dancing for the Griffin Theatre Company.
In 1995 Jacqueline won a AFI Best Actress in a Leading Role for Angel Baby.
In 1994 Jacqueline received 2 Australia Film Institute Award Nominations for her roles in The Battlers and Traps.
In 1993 Jacqueline had been nominated for 2 Australian Film Institute awards for her roles in Stark and This Wont Hurt A Bit.
The song "Shy Baby" which featured in the season 2 finale of The 4400 ("Mommy's Bosses") is one of Jacqueline's songs.
As singer and songwriter Jacqueline is working on her first collection of songs.
In March 2001 she was given a Green Card for "Person of Extraordinary Ability".
Her portrait was painted by acclaimed artist Gary Shead for the 2007 Archibald Prize and won the award for "Best Portrait Painting Preferentially Of Some Man Or Woman Distinguished In Art, Letters, Science Or Politics."
Jacqueline graduated from the prestigious Australian National Institute of Dramatic Arts in 1990.
Jacqueline received an award for Best Actress in a Television Drama for Halifax f.p: Lies of the Mind.
Jacqueline: (on The 4400) I thought it was very original, and I said, "This should be a hit." And it was. So I wasn't so much surprised as I was really pleased.
Jacqueline: We were all so incredibly sad over at The 4400 when our lovely show was not picked up for a season 5... and indeed when the wonderful fan petitions etc fell on deaf ears. We would have so loved to have continued the story of Promise City and the world under Jordon Collier! But it was not to be.