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                      Melissa George as Evelyn

Melissa George recently starred on NBC’s medical series Heartbeat as the fearless heart surgeon, Dr. Alexandra Panttiere. Last year, George starred in NBC’s The Slap as Rosie, the liberal and incredibly protective mother of a young, unruly child. This was a very familiar role for George as she also starred in the original, critically acclaimed Australian version which garnered her numerous awards for her performance. She was also Golden Globe nominated for her portrayal of Laura in the  first season of HBO’s series In Treatment.


                      Ed Oxenbould as Fin

Born and raised in Australia, Ed, followed in his theatre and voice actor parents’ footsteps of having a  air for the dramatic. Ed experienced his  first taste of showbiz in 2006, when he began a  five-year stint of voiceovers and commercials for several companies including Smarties and Cheerios. His  first starring role was the title character in the 2012 Australian short, Julian, playing a boy who gets in trouble for telling the truth.


                     Ewen Leslie as Al

Ewen graduated from the WAAPA in 2000. Ewen’s films credits include; The Mule, The Railway Man, Dead Europe, Sleeping Beauty, Three Blind Mice, Katoomba, Kokoda and Jewboy. Most recently he Starred in The Daughter.

Ewen received the Helpmann Award for his role in Richard III and the Helpmann Award and the Sydney Theatre Award for The War of the Roses. He also received a Green Room Award for his role in Richard III and an AFI nomination for his performance in Jewboy in 2005.


                    Sophie Lowe as Shelley

Australian actress Sophie Lowe made her screen debut in Rachel Ward’s critically-acclaimed Beautiful Kate alongside Rachel Griffiths, Bryan Brown and Ben Mendelsohn. Her hauntingly nuanced performance was awarded with an AFI Nomination for Best Lead Actress and the film was selected to screen at the Toronto International Film Festival and premiered at the Sydney International Film Festival.