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Erik Thomson 1967-04-27 Inverness, Scotland, UK
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Erik Thomson (born 27 April 1967 in Inverness, Scotland, UK) is an actor known for playing Hades in the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Dr. Mitch Stevens in All Saints and Dave Rafter in Packed to the Rafters. He won an Australian Film Institute Award for his performance in the Australian feature film Somersault. Description above from the Wikipedia article Erik Thomson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Susan Prior is an Australian actress. She won the 2014 AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in The Rover and was nominated for the 2012 AACTA Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actress in a Television Drama for Puberty Blues. She was twice nominated for the Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play, in 2008 for Riflemind and in 2014 for Small and Tired.
Rachel Griffiths 1968-12-18 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Rachel Anne Griffiths is an Australian film and television actress. She came to prominence with the 1994 film Muriel's Wedding and her Academy Award nominated performance in Hilary and Jackie (1998). She is best known for her portrayals of Brenda Chenowith in the HBO series Six Feet Under and Sarah Walker Laurent on the ABC primetime drama Brothers & Sisters. Her work in film and television has earned her a Golden Globe Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and three Australian Film Institute Awards. Griffith attended Melbourne University, studying philosophy, before attending the drama department at Victoria School of the Art. After college, she began working with the touring youth company Woolly Jumpers Theater Company, as well as the Melbourne Theater Company, where she appeared in numerous dramas. Griffiths made a name for herself in 1991 when she wrote and performed in the short film "Barbie Gets Hip,” which was screened at the Melbourne International Film Festival. She landed a few TV spots before she was cast as Rhonda, Toni Collette's sidekick in P.J. Hogan's "Muriel's Wedding" (1994), winning her an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actress. These successes jump-started her career, landing her numerous dramatic and comedic roles in overseas productions, before making her American cinema debut with her second P.J. Hogan collaboration, "My Best Friend's Wedding” (1997). In the fall of 2001, Griffiths accepted her first major television series role and came aboard Alan Ball’s HBO series "Six Feet Under." Griffith stayed with the show during its five years of critical acclaim, while at the same time, continued to appear an lend her voice to screen and direct-to-video features before returning to telvision to star in "Brothers and Sisters" to much similar acclaim.