The actress twice won the Logie for most popular female talent thanks to her role as vet Vicky Dean Bowen in A Country Practice in the 80s.
And Penny Cook's most recent acting gig on ABC's medical drama Pulse has her wanting more TV roles in the future.
The Australian star, now 60, told The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday: 'I was given some of the best lines I’ve ever had in my career on Pulse.'
'I was given some of the best lines I’ve ever had in my career': Actress Penny Cook, 60, praises new role on ABC medical drama Pulse after claiming 'there’s not a bucket load of jobs for old ladies on TV' in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday
Penny plays nurse unit manager Carol Little in the ABC medical drama, but Penny claims her character is more often heard and not seen.
'I was given some of the best lines I’ve ever had in my career on Pulse (but) it is pretty much my elbows and hand and the back of my head (viewers see) a lot of the time,' she said.
'It (being on Pulse) was good for my confidence. I hadn’t done