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Vocal, opinionated and political, Heather's clients love her because she seems to know exactly how they like it. She gets pissed off with anyone inquiring about how she's a lesbian when she screws men for a living. Personal analysis is not something she does. Being a sex worker is her occupation: end of story. Pay her enough and she'll be anything you want, up to a point. While she sometimes plays it tough with her clients, she is enormously warm and supportive of the other girls and she's deeply in love with Ally, her partner of many years.

Peta Sergeant is Heather

Peta Sergeant graduated from NIDA in 2000. Her television credits include some of the most well-known Australian programs, among them an ongoing and current guest role on All Saints, and roles in Two Twisted, Soft Boiled Luck alongside Bryan Brown, Last Man Standing, Head Start, Beastmaster, Headland and Jeopardy - a BAFTA winning BBC TV series. Peta's film credits include George of the Jungle II, The Bet, directed by Mark Lee, and Sue Smith's Thrall. Her theatre credits include Accelerando by Latino playwright Lisa Loomer 2002, which she also produced for the Sydney Fringe Festival. She co-produced and acted in Howard Korder's Boy's Life directed by Toby Schmitz, for the Sydney Fringe Festival in 2001. As part of the Sydney 2000 Olympic opening ceremony, Peta was a member of the company that devised and performed There Is No Need To Wake Up directed by Barrie Kosky. Peta has recently completed shooting the new series Canal Road.