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One of her most notable stage roles was as Sheila Larkin in the Jack Roffey courtroom thriller Hostile Witness, alongside Ray Milland, who starred in the film version. In her early days on television, Haddy presented Play School and guest- starred in the popular series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
Her theatrical repertoire also included The Entertainer, Hay Fever, The Glass Menagerie, Twelfth Night, Richard III, Gaslight and 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, and she had roles in films such as Newsfront (1978), one of the "new wave" of acclaimed Australian pictures, in which she played the wife of company boss A. Like many Australian actors, she appeared in a number of the country's major television serials.
In 1971, while rehearsing the stage play National Health in Sydney, she fell and broke her wrist.
Because the play was set in the ward of a London hospital, there were nurses on hand to give advice to the cast.
She also watched films as many as three times a day when she discovered the magic of cinema, and was a great fan of Bette Davis.
While at Adelaide High School, she performed in a play, Androcles and the Lion, for which her art teacher Keith Michell - who later found fame himself as an actor - applied her make-up.
In 1985, by now recovered, Haddy was invited to take the role of Helen Daniels in the new serial Neighbours.
During her final years in the serial, Haddy bemoaned the increasing amount of sex in the programme: There's been more sex brought into Neighbours, particularly more teenage sex, which is sad. She was also the longest-running, although veterans Anne Charleston and Ian Smith, who joined Neighbours in its first two years, later returned to it.In the programme, her character bounced back from two strokes and a hip-replacement operation.When the serial started, Helen was the widowed mother-in-law of Jim Robinson, and to the Robinson family she was known as "The Rock of Gibraltar".She played Alice Hemmings, estranged, dying mother of Doreen Burns, in Prisoner (retitled Prisoner: Cell Block H in Britain), Toni Lee in Skyways, Louise Francis in Cop Shop and, most memorably, the housekeeper Rosie Andrews in Sons and Daughters, as well as taking roles in The Young Doctors, The Flying Doctors and A Town Like Alice.However, she was hampered by a string of personal tragedies.