- After a couple of years seeing other people and testing the solo waters, musical comedy duo Sammy J and Randy have reunited for a new six-part sitcom.
august 23 | www.news.com.au
- As a child, Matthew Le Nevez not only avidly watched Peter Brock's Bathurst races, one of the actors' favourite toys was a miniature Brock car. So when he was approached to take on the role of the motoring legend in Ten's upcoming telemovie Brock, it was a no brainier
august 23 | www.news.com.au
- [Ryan] Moloney, who first walked along Ramsay Street when he was 15, is celebrating his 20th year on the iconic soap.
august 18 | www.theage.com.au
- When Channel Seven axed A Place To Call Home midway through its second season last year, the last few moments of the finale episode were scrapped and quickly replaced with an alternative ending... Now Foxtel, which saved the show after an impassioned campaign by fans, has announced it will air the real ending on Sunday September 13
august 15 | www.couriermail.com.au
- Veteran Australian actors Anthony LaPaglia and Sigrid Thornton are joining the cast of the second season of ABC TV political thriller, The Code, as production gets under way on the limited run series this week.
august 17 | www.mediaday.com.au
- SHE might be beamed into thousands of homes every day singing about watermelon and her shadow, but in some ways Justine Clarke is not so different from any other mum.
august 14 | www.heraldsun.com.au
- UTOPIA may have won the Logie for best comedy this year, but co-creator and star Rob Sitch admits he'd lost faith in the project on more than one occasion.
august 15 | www.news.com.au
- Production started this week on season four of Foxtel and FremantleMedia Australia's drama Wentworth. The cast and crew are settling in to a new location and studio in Melbourne's western suburbs to shoot the 12 episode season.
august 14 | if.com.au
- Freeman is one of the many unsung and unseen creators who are lifting the reputation of Australian television from soapie content... to more ambitious series that can compete with the overseas offerings of TV's new golden age.
august 13 | junkee.com
- "Nothing is happening on an even bigger level," says Rob Sitch, describing the second season of Working Dog's workplace satire, Utopia, on which he multitasks as co-producer, co-writer, director and actor.
august 13 | www.theage.com.au
- A cop's bizarre Satanic assault claim is headed for the small screen.
august 09 | www.nzherald.co.nz
- Tony Ayres is arguably the busiest TV producer in Australia today. Over the past few years, his company, Matchbox, has produced some of the most applauded dramas in recent times
august 07 | www.theage.com.au
- The Flash has recruited another speedster. Insurgent star Keiynan Lonsdale has joined The Flash as a series regular... He got his break starring in the Australian TV series Dance Academy.
august 05 | www.hollywoodreporter.com
- Away from the glamour of red carpets and photo shoots, the vast majority of working Australian actors struggle to make ends meet and one-in-four live below the poverty line.
august 03 | www.news.com.au
- 01 - Step Dave - series 2 (TV2)
- tba - Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door (Seven)
- tba - 800 Words (Seven)
- 27 - A Place to Call Home (SoHo)
- 07 - The Principal (SBS)
- 15 - Please Like Me (ABC)
- tba - Sammy J and Randy in Ricketts Lane (ABC)
- tba - No Activity (Stan)
- 1 - Les Hill (1973)
- 2 - Sam Worthington (1976)
- 4 - Jamie Croft (1981)
- 4 - Reg Grundy (1924)
- 5 - John Jarratt (1951)
- 6 - Melissa George (1976)
- 7 - Sophie Lee (1968)
- 7 - Graeme Blundell (1945)
- 9 - Eric Bana (1968)
- 11 - Chris Hemsworth (1983)
- 12 - Christopher Stollery (1965)
- 14 - Kate Ritchie (1978)
- 15 - Vince Poletto (1972)
- 15 - Rel Hunt (1974)
- 15 - Brooke Anderson (1981)
- 15 - Jacek Koman (1956)
- 16 - Brendan Cowell (1976)
- 17 - Noni Hazlehurst (1953)
- 17 - Shane Briant (1946)
- 17 - Shane Porteous (1942)
- 18 - Brooke Harmon (1985)
- 19 - Tammin Sursok (1983)
- 20 - John Noble (1948)
- 21 - Peter Weir (1944)
- 21 - Roger Oakley (1943)
- 22 - Shane Withington (1958)
- 23 - Rowena Wallace (1947)
- 23 - Ron Falk (1935)
- 24 - Rachael Carpani (1980)
- 25 - Aaron Jeffery (1970)
- 29 - Jay Ryan (1981)
- 30 - Kimberley Joseph (1973)
- 31 - Jack Thompson (1940)