Ed Oxenbould has just wrapped on Australian feature film 'Butterfly Tree' and is heading to the US to commence production on feature film 'Wildlife'. Based on the Richard Ford novel, the film follows a boy who witnesses his parents marriage falling apart after his mum finds another man. Ed has been cast alongside Jake Gyllenhaal & Carey Mulligan.
SJM's Sean Dennehy attended the premiere screening of DON'T TELL, directed by Tori Garrett, which he appears in alongside a stellar cast including Jack Thompson, Rachel Griffiths, Aden Young, Jacqueline McKenzie and SJM'er Peter Bensley. The film is due to be released next year.
Jenni Baird stars as the ruthless Regina Standish in showcase’s A Place to Call Home. In Seaosn 4 theA Place to Call Home Season 4 Trailerairing now on Foxtell Sundays @ 8.30pm.
We are looking forward to catching new Aussie drama 'Doctor Doctor' starring SJM's Hayley McElhinney as Penny. Penny is a no-nonsence, quick-witted Head Doctor at WhyHope Hospital, who has been appointed as Hugh's (Rodger Corser) supervisor. 8.40PM Wednesday 14th September on Channel Nine - Don't miss it!
Mel Gibson's new film 'Hacksaw Ridge' has screened at the Venice FIlm Festival to rave reviews and a standing ovation. SJM's Firass Dirani stars in this World War II biographical war film. Looking forward to the premiere 25th October in LA and Australian release in early Novemer. Check out the amazing trailer here.
NIDA graduate Bonnie Sveen stars in Seven's new series The Secret Daughter. She is best know for playing the much loved character of 'Ricky Sharpe' on Home & Away for the past 6 years, for which she won a Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent and received two further Silver Logie nominations. She also managed to fit in a recurring role in Spartacus: Blood and Sand for the Starz! Network during that time. In her final year at NIDA, Bonnie played the lead role of ‘Violet’ in Alice Bell and Craig Boreham’s component of the multi-story feature film Before the Rain.
Bonnie has a beautiful natural read and a unique, down-to-earth sound.
Alex Papps is well known as being a much-loved host on the ABC's children's show Play School. An accomplished actor, he graduated from the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and became hugely popular as original foster child 'Frank Morgan' on Home and Away, having previously also starred in The Henderson Kids. More recently he has appeared in the ABC drama series Time of Our Lives and Seven Types of Ambiguity.
Alex has a very relatable and trustworthy voice, takes direction well and is just a lovely guy!
Ainslie is a Sydney based voice over artist and actress who graduated from The Actors Centre in 2005. Her background as an actor in film, TV and on stage has laid the groundwork for some fan ...
Darren Sabadina graduated from NIDA in 2009, having performed in Women Beware Women, The Kitchen, Face to Face, Measure for Measure, Summer Folk and the feature film, Jimmy Tennison. He played the role of 'Damian' in Brendan Cowell's Ruben Guthrie at La Boite Theatre in Brisbane, directed by David Berthold, and starred in the short film The Good Neighbour which was highly successful on the festival circuit. Recent plays he has performed in include The Last Shift, The Heidi Chronicles and The Summer of Lee. Darren has worked in Radio, as a presenter for the V8 Supercars and on numerous big scale commericals including Cricket Australia, Cricket England, Pepsi Max, Doritos, Sharp TV and TAB.