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Susie Porter…

Susie Porter has built a reputation as one of Australia's most outstanding actors.

Her remarkable list of credits includes feature films Summer Coda, Bootmen, Better Than Sex, Mullet, Paradise Road, Idiot Box, Two Hands, Feeling Sexy, The Monkey's Mask, Teesh and Trude, the award- winning Little Fish and The Caterpillar Wish.

She was recently seen in The Turning: On Her Knees, one of a collection of short stories by Tim Winton and coming-of-age drama Is This the Real World. On the small screen, Susie recently starred in ABC's Seven Types of Ambiguity; played the lead role in East West 101 (Series 1, 2 & 3), East of Everything, RAN, My Place, Love My Way, The Secret Life of Us, The Jesters (Series 1 and 2), Sisters of War and Underbelly: Squizzy.

Other recent television appearances include Network Ten's bikie drama Brothers in Arms, the family series Puberty Blues (Series 1 & 2), the comedy Problems and It's a Date (Series 2) and the telemovie Dangerous Remedy.

Her most recent theatre credits include the critically acclaimed Summer of the Seventeenth Doll and That Face. Susie's upcoming work includes the just released Hounds of Love, Don't Tell and Cargo.

Susie has been widely acknowledged by her peers and the public with multiple AFI's, IF Awards, Logie Awards and AACTA and FCCA nominations for her work.

…as Dr Maggie Cutter

Hard-arsed and sharp shooting, Cutter has sacrificed everything in her life to carve a path through the surgical world. Now an excellent — and infamous — surgeon, she suffers no fools and respects only those with guts.