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A lot of people doubted whether Blue Heelers would be any good after Maggie's departure, but, in my opinion, Tess did a great job in filling the void.
In 2007, Lasance was asked to return on another guest contract, though was promoted to the regular cast soon after.
As Aden begins to trust others again, he gains a close circle of friends including Nicole Franklin (Tessa James), Roman Harris (Conrad Coleby) and Morag Bellingham (Cornelia Frances).
When I call Jessica Tovey, she’s on set in Pagewood, NSW, about halfway through shooting the first season of Wonderland — a new warm and lighthearted drama which is premiering on Network Ten on August 21. The show revolves around four young couples who share a beach-side apartment block. And on top of that I was really close to the guy who played my husband [Todd Lasance, who plays Aden Jefferies]. I mean when you leave a show, you mourn the time you’ve spent there – that’s one thing.
Steve Allrich, Aleve Mei Loh; Dominic Purcell, Ray Liotta, Andy Mc Phee; thriller; essentially an American film, but apparently a USA/Aust copro, with at least one token Australian actor, Aaron Pedersen (Ken Cameron, 2012) telemovie, wr. Philippe Mora; Sonia Alexandria, John Apicella, Anni Blackhurst, Anna De Nicola, Alexia Du Basso, Sandy Gutman [Austen Tayshus], Mario Melchiot, Taquila Mockingbird, Georges Mora, Madeleine Mora, Philippe Mora, Tiriel Mora, Rena Riffel, John Jack Rodgers, Anna Rosh, Eleni Symeonides, Clayton Watson, Brad Wilson; drama; 100 min.; apparently not generally released (Rachel Ward, 2013) telemovie, prod. Su Armstrong, Brian Rosen, dp Martin Mc Grath; Christina Ricci, Hunter Page-Lochard, Jack Thompson, Damian Walshe-Howling; drama; American drama teacher (Ricci) develops a friendship with a sixteen-year-old Australian-Aboriginal boy (Page-Lochard) during the 2004 Redfern riots; Toronto IFF Sept 2013; released only in event screenings and then to VOD and DVD (Richard Gray, 2013) wr. Krisztian Lippert; Justin Burford, Myles Pollard, Andrea Addison, Melanie Lyons, Tawni Bryant, Kyle Morrison, Ben Purser, Nic Mc Robbie, James Hagan, Sam Davenport, Clara Helms, Hannah Price; supernatural thriller; made in Perth, Western Australia; Oz release 8 November; 90 min. Behren Schultz, Eponine Films, dp Anthony Jennings; Claire van der Boom, Eamon Farren, Anna Torv, Dustin Clare, Heather Mitchell, Chris Haywood; romdram; Aust release 4 December (Stephen Lance, 2014) wr. Neil Armfield from Tommy Murphy's play from Timothy Conigrave's book; Ryan Corr, Craig Stott, Anthony La Paglia, Guy Pearce, Kerry Fox, Camilla Ah Kin; gay love true story; premiere Sydney FF (Kane George Jason, 2015) wr. Kane George Jason, Contempovision Films, dp Carlos Schneider; Nina Deasley, James Hagan, Robbie Vecchio, Laura Hopwood, Musyani Sichalwe, Nima Rael, Catriona M.
Tony Briggs, Keith Thompson; Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Shari Sebbens, Miranda Tapsell [original stage cast: Deborah Mailman, Rachael Maza, Lisa Flanagan, Ursula Yovich] (Suri Krishnamma, 2012) wr. Taylor, dp Roger Lanser; Kevin Harrington, Roy Billing, Krew Boylan, Stephen Curry, Gyton Grantley, Morgan Griffin, Martin Sacks, Joan Sydney, Anne Tenney; telemovie broadcast free to air (USA); Johan Earl, Tim Pocock, Martin Copping, Denai Gracie, Sarah Mawbey, Barry Quin; premiere Anzac Day 2013; release to DVD, Vo D (27 Nov in the USA); First World War, France 1916; shot Dubbo, Sydney; three British soldiers stranded in no man's land in France 1916 (Carmelo Musca, 2013) wr. Philippa Campey, dp Stefan Duscio; Lily Sullivan, Ashleigh Cummings, Toby Wallace, Oscar Redding, Maya Stange, Daniel Webber, Natasha Novak [Natalia Novikova]; teen drama; Aust release 19 June 2014 (Baz Luhrmann, 2013) wr. Scott Fitzgerald (novel), Baz Luhrmann, Craig Pearce; US/Aust copro; Leonardo di Caprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, Isla Fisher, Elizabeth Debicki, Jason Clarke, Jack Thompson (David Campbell, 2013) wr. Jeremy Ervine, dp Sam King; Jessica Tovey, Tim Phillips, Pippa Black, Tim Pocock, Andrew Ryan, Nicholas Gunn, Piera Forde, Ashlee Lollback, Dean Kirkright; horror; Australian release Halloween 2014 (working title) wr. Sylvia Wilczynski; Berlinale; Lao language; shot in Thailand; Aust entry for consideration for nomination for Best Foreign Language Film award at 2014 Oscars; DVD (Zak Hilditch, 2013) wr. Liz Kearney, dp Bonnie Elliot; Jessica De Gouw, Nathan Phillips, Sarah Snook, Daniel Henshall, Lynette Curran; apocalyptic thriller; WA; premiere MIFF 2 August 2013 (John Curran, 2013) prod. Marion Nelson, John Curran, dp Mandy Walker; Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver, Emma Booth, John Flaus; Robyn Davidson's story; premiere Adelaide FF October 2013; Aust release 6 March 2014 (Greg Mc Lean, 2013) wr. Helen Leake, Steve Topic; John Jarratt, Ryan Corr, Shannon Ashlyn, Philippe Klaus, Gerard Kennedy, Annie Byron; another three backpackers becomes prey for crazed, serial-killing pig-shooter, Mick Taylor; Australian release 20 February 2014; horror (Jennifer Kent, 2014) wr. Kristina Ceyton, Kristian Moliere, dp Radek Ladczuk, ed. design Alex Holmes; Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley Mc Elhinney, Daniel Henshall, Barbara West, Ben Winspear; psychological thriller; Aust release 22 May; nommed for AACTA Best Film (Samantha Lang, 2014) wr. Riccardo Pellizzeri, Lara Radulovich; Jessica Marais, Anita Hegh, Eamon Farren, Caroline O'Connor, Socratis Otto, Andrew Lees, Alex Dimitriades, Paul Capsis; biopic of transgender person Carol 'Carlotta' Spencer (born Richard Byron) of Les Girls; telemovie for Channel 2; shot Sydney May 2013 (David Gould, 2014) wr. Pinnacle Films (Jeffrey Walker, 2014) telemovie; Guy Pearce, Marta Dusseldorp, Aaron Pedersen, Roy Billing, Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Vince Colosimo, Kat Stewart, Barry Humphries, Dominic Allburn, John Jarratt, Tess Haubrich, Lloyd Bissell, Timothy Joseph Clarke, Colin Masters, Rod Smith, Kate Beahan, Felicity Steel, Terry Norris, Ron Falk, John Flaus, Damien Garvey, Kimesia Hartz, Tina Bursill, Emma Booth, Fletcher Humphrys, Damien Richardson, Sarah Roberts, Madeleine Madden, Tyler Mander, Jaylene Watts, Ben Gerrard, James O'Connell, Paul Ireland (Kelly Dolen, 2014) wr. Josh Lawson; production company Ticket To Ride, Jamie Hilton, Michael Petroni; Lisa Mc Cune, Bojana Novakovic, Damon Herriman, Kate Mulvany, Kim Gyngell, Kate Box, Alan Dukes, Patrick Brammall, TJ Power, Tasneem Roc, Josh Lawson, Ben Lawson, Lachy Hulme, Erin James; comedy (Jim Lounsbury, 2014) prod. Robert Chuter, John Harvie Morris, Chris Pender, Fat Kid Films, dp Michael Schoell; Graeme Squires, Nicholas Gunn, Jessikah Brown, Chris Pender, Stefan Taylor, Renee Palmer, Raphael Kilpatrick; male same-sex marriage; adoption (Jocelyn Moorhouse, 2015) wr. Hogan from gothic novel by Rosalie Ham, prod Sue Maslin, Film Art Media, dp Don Mc Alpine, pd Roger Ford, ed Jill Bilcock, costume Tim Chappel; Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Melissa George, Roy Dupuis, Liam Hemsworth, Isla Fisher, Elizabeth Debicki; 'Gothic tale of love, revenge and haute couture', ' (Dean Francis, 2015) wr. Stephen Davis, Dean Francis; Matt Levett, Jack Matthews, Sam Anderson, Harry Cook, Heather Mitchell, Anthony Phelan, Maya Stange; drama involving surf lifesavers (Christopher Fitchett, 2015) wr. Mark Overett, SQ, dp Jason Hargreaves; Maeve Dermody, Penelope Mitchell, Damien Garvey, Aaron Pedersen, Mark Leonard Winter; brilliant young psychiatrist who is forced to confront the dark creature that dwells deep within her when she investigates the disappearance of a female university student; shoot Gold Coast March 2014; premiere Gold Coast FF (Rosemary Myers, 2015) wr. Jo Dyer, Windmill Theatre, dp Andrew Commis; Bethany Whitmore, Harrison Feldman, Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Imogen Archer, Eamon Farren, Matthew Whittet, Amber Mc Mahon, Danielle Catanzariti, Fiona Dawson, Grace Dawson, Maiah Stewardson, Cir Kidz; premiere Adelaide FF; nom for best film AACTAs (Neil Armfield, 2015) wr.