Alice Garner (born 1969) is an Australian actress, musician and historian. She is the daughter of Australian writer Helen Garner and writer and actor Bill Garner.
Garner's acting career began as a child in the 1982 film Monkey Grip adapted from her mother's 1977 novel of the same name. She was nominated for an AFI Award for her role. She starred in Love And Other Catastrophes in 1996, winning the Film Critics Circle of Australia award for best supporting actress, and in the ABC TV series SeaChange.
Garner speaks French fluently and in 2001 gained a Ph.D. in French history from the University of Melbourne for her study of representations of sea and shore in south-western France.
In September 2001 she and Kate Atkinson (with whom she had worked on SeaChange) founded Actors for Refugees, to improve community attitudes towards refugees and asylum seekers.
Presently Garner is an honorary history research fellow at the University of Melbourne and has been commissioned by Melbourne University Press to write a book about student life. She plays cello in Euphonia and the Xylouris Ensemble.