Detective Nick Manning szerepében:
Noah Taylor 1969-09-04 London, England, UK
Born to Australian parents in London, Noah Taylor migrated to Australia at age five. He left school at 16, and began his acting career in amateur theater.
Detective Tori Lustigman szerepében:
Yael Stone 1985-03-06 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Yael Stone is an Australian actress. She has worked extensively in Australian theatre and has won two Sydney Theatre Awards. Outside of Australian theatre, she is best known for her portrayal of Lorna Morello in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.
Oscar Taylor szerepében:
Jeremy Lindsay Taylor 1973-09-19 Sydney, Australia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (born Sydney, 19 September 1973) is an Australian actor. He finished his education at Newington College in 1991 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in drama and sociology, from the University of Newcastle. He has an older brother, Mark, and an older sister, Pip. Jeremy is very close to his family. He is known for his long-running role as Kurt Peterson in Heartbreak High. Since then he has appeared in Something in the Air, McLeod's Daughters, Stingers and Blue Heelers. In 2006, he guest-starred in the Doctor Who audio adventure The Reaping. Taylor appeared in the feature films Tom White and Em4Jay and Bad Bush. His theatre credits include the Melbourne Theatre Company's Take Me Out. Taylor joined the cast of Canal Road in Series 1, Episode 9 as Cain Harvey in 2008. In 2009, he appeared the UK.TV mini-series False Witness. In 2007, Taylor co-starred with Lisa McCune, Ian Stenlake, Saskia Burmeister, John Batchelor, Matt Holmes, Jay Ryan, Kristian Schmid, Kirsty Lee Allan, and David Lyons in the hit Australian drama Sea Patrol. He portrayed Petty Officer Pete Tomaszewski "Buffer" in 39 episodes from 2007–2009. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Chris Toohey szerepében:
Ben Oxenbould 1969-03-02 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ben Oxenbould (born 2 March 1969) is an Australian actor and comedian, best known for his work in the Australian film and television industry. In 1980, Oxenbould was cast as "Hubert 'Fatty' Finn" in the film Fatty Finn. He then appeared in several films and television programs, including Home and Away, G. P. and Echo Point. Oxenbould was cast as the character "Ben" in the sitcom, Hey Dad..!, appearing on the show between 1991 and 1994. In 2000 Oxenbould helped set up the BBAS Memorial School, a school in Bardia, Nepal, a remote Nepalese mountain village. In 2005, he organised a fundraiser for the school, which was supported by Australian entertainers, including singers Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers and comedian Akmal Saleh and artwork by the school's students was auctioned. From 2003 to 2005 Oxenbould featured as one of the ensemble cast of the sketch comedy series Comedy Inc., in which he was noted for several characters, including his parody of cricketer Shane Warne. A review of Comedy Inc: The Late Shift published in The Australian in 2005 described Oxenbould's performance in the show as: "continu[ing] to display a gift for parody and a range that goes from high camp to seriously blue collar." He left the program in 2005. In 2000 Oxenbould won the "Best Actor" award in the Sydney Fringe Festival's annual "Big Competition For Little Plays". In 2007 he starred in the film Black Water, a thriller set in the Australian outback and featuring a man-eating crocodile. In 2010 he appeared in the film Wicked Love: The Maria Korp Story, a film based on the true story of Maria Korp who was murdered by her husband's lover in 2005. Oxenbould has also done extensive work as a voice-over artist, as well as work in short films and theatre. On 24 March 2010, Oxenbould appeared on Australian television programme A Current Affair to support claims of sexual abuse made by fellow actor, Sarah Monahan. Oxenbould claimed to have witnessed another child actress being molested by a male cast member. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ben Oxenbould , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Young Cheryl szerepében:
Eddie Mac szerepében:
Brumpton has performed in over 60 short films including the 2006 Tropfest finalist - Silencer. Last Ride and The Loved Ones screened in competition at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, where The Loved Ones won the Midnight Madness Audience Award. Brumpton portrays Eric Stone ("Daddy") in the Australian horror film The Loved Ones. Brumpton's second film in a leading role, Dance Me to My Song (1998) was screened in competition at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. His third film in a leading role, Redball (1999) won the Grand Jury Prize, at the 1999 Chicago Independent Film Festival.
Simon Mawbrey szerepében:
Simon Burke 1961-10-08
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Simon Burke (born 8 October 1961) is an Australian actor. Burke began his acting career as a 13 year-old in the Australian film, The Devil's Playground for which he was awarded Best Actor at the 1976 Australian Film Institute Awards. He has since starred in numerous film, television and theatre productions in Australia and the UK. He starred as Captain Georg von Trapp in Rogers and Hammerstein's production of The Sound of Music at the London Palladium alongside Connie Fisher. Burke was Federal President of Actors Equity Australia (2004–2008). Description above from the Wikipedia article Simon Burke, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Anna Rexhaj szerepében:
Victoria Haralabidou 1971-10-23 St. Petersburg, Russia
Victoria Haralabidou (Greek: Βικτώρια Χαραλαμπίδου, born 23 October 1971), is a Greek actress. She was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia; her father was a Pontic Greek from Trabzon, while her mother was born in Tashkent to Greek refugees. When she was 15 years old, her family moved to Athens, Greece, but she returned to Russia to study at the Institute of Cinematography in Moscow and then got back to study at the Greek Drama School in Athens. In 2005, she moved to Sydney, Australia, where she currently lives. Her acting credits include Dear Elena, a contemporary Russian play by Liudmila Razumovskaya (Best Actress award 2001), Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard, A Bright Shining Sun (Best Actress Award – Short Film Festival 2000), and a feature film Nyfes (Best Actress Award – Thessaloniki Film Festival 2005), a Martin Scorsese production which was released in Australia by Palace Cinemas in September 2005. Her television credits include Suddenly, a drama series for Mega Channel in Greece. In 2008 she appeared in the drama series East West 101 on SBS, All Saints on the Seven Network, The Strip on the Nine Network and telemovie The Informant for Network Ten. In 2009 she appeared in soap opera Home and Away as Jody Walker and the children's television series My Place on ABC3. She also appeared in two films, Blessed in Australia film Psyhi vathia in Greece. In 2011, she will return to Home and Away to once again portrayed Jody Walker. Haralabidou has translated various theatrical works in Russian, English and Greek. Description above from the Wikipedia article Victoria Haralabidou, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Detective Ginger szerepében:
Renee Lim 1978-08-11 Perth, Australia
Renee Lim (born August 11, 1978) is an Australian actress, dancer, presenter, medical doctor and lecturer. Born in Perth, Australia, she graduated from Hampton Senior High School and attended the University of New South Wales, to study medicine. When she's not acting or performing in one of her entertainment fields, she works as a doctor in Sydney, Australia and as a lecturer at the Northern Clinical School. She is best known for her roles as Constable Jung Lim in East West 101, Mae in Please Like Me and her recurring role as Vivienne Hart in The Secret Daughter.
Brenda MacIntosh szerepében:
Danielle Cormack 1970-12-26 Auckland, New Zealand
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Danielle Cormack (born 26 December 1970) is a stage and screen actress from New Zealand. She was one of the original core cast of the long-running soap opera Shortland Street, though she is most famous for her role as the Amazon Ephiny in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess, and more recently as Cynthia Ross in The Cult, and Shota in Legend of the Seeker. Her works include the 2009 film, Separation City, and the Australian series Rake. Description above from the Wikipedia article Danielle Cormack , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.