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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Black Prince

13 February 2008
The Balck Prince is the first episode of the 13-episode mini series which tells the story of the notorious gangland war, which occurred in Melbourne from 1995 until 2004. This first episode is based around underworld figure Alphonse Gangitano, who committed the first murder, which essentially started the nine-year gangland war, which ended up costing over 30 lives...

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams (credit only)

Vince Colosimo ... Alphonse Gangitano

Les Hill ... Jason Moran

Charlotte Gregg ... Taylor

Laura Gordon ... Ella
Giuseppe Maugeri ... Friend #1 (as Giuseppe Mauceri)
Kelly Downey ... Friend #2
Lliam Amor ... Greg Workman

Jane Harber ... Susie Money
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)
Beatrice Bradley ... Gangitano Daughter #1
Portia Bradley ... Gangitano Daughter #2

Danielle Carter ... Virginia Gangitano

Callan Mulvey ... Mark Moran
Sam Berkery ... Moran Son
Eliza Szonert ... Trish Moran
Kevin Harrington ... Lewis Moran
Simon Westaway ... Mick Gatto

Martin Sacks ... Mario Condello
Gerard Kennedy ... Graham Kinniburgh
Lauren Clair ... Tracey Seymour
Paul Glen ... Proprietor Caravan Park
George Kapiniaris ... Lawyer

Ferdinand Hoang ... Chinese Maitre'd

Caroline Lloyd ... Immigration Officer #1
Darren Mort ... Immigration Officer #2
John Barresi ... Nervous Barber (as John Barressi)
Tolga Bakan ... Sports Bar Bouncer #2
Sharka Kulic ... Barmaid
Phillip Nsbongile Ncube ... Campbell Lawler
Emma Moore ... Nicola

Mike Frencham ... Uniform Constable

Cory Derrick ... School Kid (uncredited)
Angelo Montano ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Adam Power ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Marcus Shultz ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Sorcerer's Apprentice

13 February 2008
Alphonse Gangitano might have got away with murder but police officer Steve Owen is determined he'll pay for starting a riot in a nightclub where many innocent people are hurt.

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams (credit only)

Vince Colosimo ... Alphonse Gangitano

Les Hill ... Jason Moran

Rohan Nichol ... Brendan Kraus
Beatrice Bradley ... Gangitano Daughter #1
Portia Bradley ... Gangitano Daughter #2

Danielle Carter ... Virginia Gangitano
Lauren Clair ... Tracey Seymour
Eliza Szonert ... Trish Moran

Ian Rooney ... Priest

Robert Mammone ... Tony Mokbel
Caroline Gillmer ... Judy Moran

Callan Mulvey ... Mark Moran
Petra Kalive ... Antonella Moran
Kevin Harrington ... Lewis Moran
Sam Berkery ... Moran Son
Fiona Bricknell ... Moran Daughter
George Kapiniaris ... Lawyer

Martin Sacks ... Mario Condello
Simon Westaway ... Mick Gatto
Gerard Kennedy ... Graham Kinniburgh
Damian Rocher ... Security Guard in Court
Emma Moore ... Nicola
Isabella Tornatora ... Moran Toddler #1
Teana Tornatora ... Moran Toddler #2
Jack Woodsford ... Tom Seymour
Osvaldo Maione ... Ron Bongetti

Stephen Lopez ... Boy Witness
Gemma Purdy ... Girl Witness
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)

Jane Harber ... Susie Money

Monty Franklin ... Jason Moran Accomplice (uncredited)
Marcus Shultz ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: I Still Pray

20 February 2008
Topless waitress Tracey Seymour's turbulent love life with gangsters leaves her bruised and confused. She decides to get out of the underworld, turn over a new leaf and start afresh, But her past comes back to haunt her.

Andy McPhee ... Gus Brown

Les Hill ... Jason Moran

Callan Mulvey ... Mark Moran

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams

Nathaniel Dean ... Sidney Martin
Jack Woodsford ... Tom Seymour
Lauren Clair ... Tracey Seymour

Michael M. Foster ... Anton (as Michael M Foster)
Philip Reilley ... Len Kerr (as Phil Reilley)

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Rohan Nichol ... Brendan Kraus

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)
Craig Goddard ... Peter 'Igor' Brownlow

Jane Harber ... Susie Money
Caroline Gillmer ... Judy Moran

Martin Sacks ... Mario Condello
Kevin Harrington ... Lewis Moran
Petra Kalive ... Antonella Moran
Gerard Kennedy ... Graham Kinniburgh
Eliza Szonert ... Trish Moran
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams
Simon Westaway ... Mick Gatto
Domonic Pappalardo ... Dean Stevens
Nicholas Dutt ... Bikie #1
Bernhard Sullivan ... Bikie #2 (as Bernard Sullivan)
Phil Pollard ... Witsec Officer
Phillip Nsbongile Ncube ... Campbell Lawler
Jamie Cohen ... Adam Rith (uncredited)
Marcus Shultz ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Cocksure

27 February 2008
The Melbourne drug world is in uproar - the city is awash with cheap eckies and none of the established dealers knows who's undercutting them. Tempers flare, accusations fly and the blood flows.

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams

Les Hill ... Jason Moran

Dan Wyllie ... 'Mad' Richard Mladenich
Sam Greco ... Bruno Berlozzi

Daniel Amalm ... Dino Dibra
Tim Ferris ... Willie Thompson
Greg Parker ... Jaguar Owner
Kaela Hilton ... Shelley
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)

Rohan Nichol ... Brendan Kraus

John Brumpton ... Vince Love

Nick Farnell ... Jeremy Parker

Ryan Johnson ... Rocco (as Ryan Johnston)
Pat Eaton ... SOG Officer 1
Winefred Diasnes ... SOG Officer 2
Alex Borg ... SOG Officer 3
Therron Rochfort ... SOG Officer 4 (as Therron Rochford)

Callan Mulvey ... Mark Moran
Eliza Szonert ... Trish Moran
Petra Kalive ... Antonella Moran

Don Hany ... Nik Radev
Kevin Harrington ... Lewis Moran

Martin Sacks ... Mario Condello

Robert Mammone ... Tony Mokbel
Siros Niaros ... Boxer 1
Chris Chalmers ... Boxer 2
Simon Westaway ... Mick Gatto
Curtis Fernandez ... Service Station Attendant
Sarah Hayden ... Lady in Car

Jane Harber ... Susie Money

Brendan Coustley ... Uniform Officer 1
Zev Eleftheriou ... Police Car Driver
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member
Jamie Cohen ... Adam Rith (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

5 March 2008
With Jason in gaol for the nightclub riot, Mark Moran takes control of the family drug business and attempts to manoeuvre drug baron Tony Mokbel out of the game.

Season 1, Episode 6: Luv U 4 Eva

12 March 2008
A charming thug, Andrew 'Benji' Veniaman, is hired to execute Mark Moran's killer. But when Benji is insulted by the Carton Crew, he forms a dangerous friendship with their rival, Carl Williams.

Season 1, Episode 7: Wise Monkeys

19 March 2008
Carl Williams is ordered to stand trial on drugs charges and is held remanded in custody, leaving his business in the care of his very Pregnant wife Roberta Williams. Andrew "Benji" Veniamin's bond strengthens with the Williams Family. Paul "PK" Kallipolitis meets his fate, Whilst Elsewhere a love triangle has formed between two rivals, Nik "The Bulgarian'' Radev and Tony Mokbel, over Mark Moran's ex-mistress Danielle McGuire.

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams
Madeleine West ... Danielle McGuire

Kestie Morassi ... Zarah Garde Wilson

Don Hany ... Nik Radev

Robert Mammone ... Tony Mokbel
George Kapiniaris ... Lawyer (as George Kapinaris)

Marcus Graham ... Lewis Caine
Scott McGregor ... Young Man

Robert Rabiah ... Paul 'PK' Kallipolitis

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Andrew 'Benji' Veniaman
Eva Lazzaro ... Roberta's Daughter

Alex Dimitriades ... Mr. T
Matthew Campbell ... Young Prisoner
Robert Shook ... Victim
Nicole Gordon ... Prostitute
Brittney Zarewicz ... Pole Dancer 1
Cheryl Formosa ... Pole Dancer 2

Deborah Tabone ... Tiffany
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)
Thomas Bechmann ... UK Prison Guard
Ella Louise-Larche ... Dhakota Williams
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member
Jayde-Levonn Varlet ... Dhakota Williams
Jamie Cohen ... Adam Rith (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Earning a Crust

26 March 2008
The Gangland War intensifies as Carl Williams walks free on account of Police tainted evidence, around the same time Jason Moran finishes his sentence. Mario Condello expands his loan sharking, whilst Andrew 'Benji' Veniamins loyalties are tested when Jason Moran inquires about a contact on Carl Williams, who in turn puts a bounty on the head his arch enemy, Jason Moran. The 'Jacks' form special taskforce 'Purana' as the body count rises...

Season 1, Episode 9: Suffer the Children

2 April 2008
With Jason Moran back in town after a self-imposed exile, Carl Williams steps up his war against the Moran clan.

Season 1, Episode 10: Scratched

16 April 2008
King Carl is confident he can get away with anything, so when a mate of Tony Mokbel's is murdered, he offers to avenge him by murdering the man Mokbel believes responsible, small time dealer Michael Marshall.

Rodger Corser ... Steve Owen

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley ... Carl Williams
Kat Stewart ... Roberta Williams

Alex Dimitriades ... Mr. T

Ian Bliss ... Mr. L

Alexandra Schepisi ... Mishy Merceica

Les Hill ... Jason Moran
Frankie J. Holden ... Garry Butterworth (as Frankie J Holden)

Michelle Celebicanin ... Journalist
Shane Lee ... Journalist
Alexis Beebe ... Journalist

Damon Hunter ... Journalist
Damien Fotiou ... Bill 'Bubba' Kaldas
Tim Ferris ... Willie Thompson

Neil Melville ... Todd McDonald

Robert Mammone ... Tony Mokbel
Madeleine West ... Danielle McGuire
Richard Askin ... Waiter
Eva Lazzaro ... Roberta's Daughter

Damian Walshe-Howling ... Andrew 'Benji' Veniaman
Frank Magree ... Marshall
Craig Goddard ... Peter 'Igor' Brownlow

Gareth Yuen ... Foreign Young Man
Rodney Mills ... Uniformed Officer (as Rod Mills)

Jane Harber ... Susie Money
Justina Noble ... Mrs. Marshall
Michael Alford ... Journalist

Mick Alford ... CH9 Reporter
Virginia Cashmere ... Moran Daughter
Steve Danielsen
Dainah Ginters ... Dhakota Williams
Riley Hamilton ... Marshall's Boy
Oskar McNair ... Moran Son
Elisabeth Shahlavi ... Sophie Bradley
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member
Kylie Trounson ... Journalist
Jamie Cohen ... Adam Rith (uncredited)
Clement Tang ... News Crew (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Barbarians at the Gate

23 April 2008
When Carlton Crew elder statesman Graham the Munster Kinniburgh is gunned down, his comrades Mick Gatto, Mario Condello and Lewis Moran know the upstart Carl Williams has to be put in his place before they too are targeted.

Season 1, Episode 12: Best Laid Plans

April 2008
Determined to remove Mario Condello and Lewis Moran, the last two Carlton Crew members free and alive, Carl Williams engages yet another freelance hit man to do the job.

Season 1, Episode 13: Team Purana

7 May 2008
While Carl Williams plots to murder Mario Condello, the last man standing, Mario is busy conspiring to kill Carl - unaware that his chosen gunman is a Purana plant. Meanwhile Purana detectives are working hard to convince Carl's former hit team, Mr T and Mr L, now locked up in maximum security, to roll over and testify against him. At the eleventh hour Purana officers led by Steve Owen swoop on Carl's latest crop of hired guns, then Mario, and finally Carl himself. Two murders have been prevented, the conspirators arrested and Carl taken off the street. After nine years the gangland war is over.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Aussie Bob & Kiwi Terry

9 February 2009
Drug dealers Terry Clark and Robert Trimbole form a partnership in the heroin trade.
Elanore Agnew ... Mackay Child

Sam Anderson ... Pommy Harry
Stephen Anderton ... Malcolm Paris
Adelle Bastick ... Kiwi Girl
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Roy Billing ... Aussie Bob Trimbole
Stephen Bourke ... Farmer

Wayne Bradley ... Vinnie Mikkelsen
Igor Breakenback ... Freeman's Bodyguard
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken
Scott Burgess ... Jim Bazley
Brooke Callaghan ... Glenda Trimbole
Estelle Chown ... Jacqui Cruickshank

Dustin Clare ... Chris Flannery

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Diane Craig ... Barbara Mackay

Matthew Dale ... Bruce Pursehouse

Damian de Montemas ... Brian Alexander
Jennie Dibley ... Farmer's Wife

Damon Gameau ... Andy Maher

Teo Gebert ... Laurie Prendergast

Simon Gleeson ... Uniformed Constable
Milly Haddrick ... Mackay Child
Ric Herbert ... Al Grassby
Harold Hopkins ... George Joseph

Anna Hutchison ... Alison Dine (credit only)
Barry Jaggers ... Bruce's Father-in-Law

Asher Keddie ... Liz Cruickshank
Rick Kellar-Kosikowski ... Able Seaman Frost

Amber Kenny ... Female Customes Officer

Simone Kessell ... Isabelle Wilson
Angela Lemaltre ... Topless Indian Woman

Jenna Lind ... Maria Muhary
Jake Lindesay ... Wayne Robb
Brett Maxworthy ... Customs Officer
Tim McCunn ... Brian Kane

Andrew McFarlane ... Donald Mackay

Luke McKenzie ... Young Mick Gatto
Joe Morizzi ... Padrini #1

Matthew Newton ... Terry 'Mr Asia' Clark

Peter O'Brien ... George Freeman
Mercida Ashley Olah ... Freeman's Manicurist

Emma Palmer ... Julie Theilman
Peter Phelps ... Joe Messina
Tony Poli ... Frank Tizzoni

Myles Pollard ... Phil De La Salle
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan
Cymone Rose ... Blonde Woman
Chris Sadrinna ... Greg Ollard
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member
Tom Simmons ... Immigration Officer

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly

Martin Dingle Wall ... Les Kane

Season 2, Episode 2: Bad Habits

9 February 2009
Detective Warwick Mobbs suspects police corruption as his efforts to solve Mackay's murder are constantly frustrated.

Season 2, Episode 3: Brave New World

16 February 2009
Allison Dine arrives in Sydney and begins working for Clark as a drug courier.

Season 2, Episode 4: Business as Usual

23 February 2009
The Kanes are now protectors for Trimbole's dealers in Melbourne.

Season 2, Episode 5: A Tale of Two Hitmen

2 March 2009
Chuck Bennett goes on trial for Les Kane's death, but in the absence of a body is acquitted.
Hugo Banks ... Ray Chuck's Son
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Roy Billing ... Aussie Bob Trimbole

Wayne Bradley ... Vinnie Mikkelsen
Igor Breakenback ... Freeman's Bodyguard
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken
Scott Burgess ... Jim Blazey
Estelle Chown ... Jacqui Cruickshank

Dustin Clare ... Chris Flannery
Melissa Cook ... Ray Chuck's Wife

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Matthew Dale ... Bruce Pursehouse

Wadih Dona ... Nick Paltos
Jenna Driscoll ... Chris Flannery's Girlfriend #2
Renato Fabretti ... Mark 'Chopper' Read
Marcello Fabrizi ... TV Reporter

Damon Gameau ... Andy Maher

Teo Gebert ... Laurie Prendergast
Cooper Gibson ... Jarrod Clark

Leonidas Gulaptis ... Collingwood Barman (as Leon Gulaptis)
Ron Haddrick ... Bertie

Anna Hutchison ... Alison Dine
Harry Ikimis-Healey ... Justin Kane

Asher Keddie ... Liz Cruickshank

Simone Kessell ... Isabelle Wilson

Jenna Lind ... Maria Muhary
Jake Lindesay ... Wayne Robb

Charlie-Rose MacLennan ... Martine Kane
Tim McCunn ... Brian Kane
Suzannah McDonald ... Ann-Marie Presland
Cale Morgan ... Uniformed policeman
Craig Morrison ... Ringer

Matthew Newton ... Terry 'Mr Asia' Clark

Peter O'Brien ... George Freeman

Nathan Page ... Ray 'Chuck' Bennett

Jonny Pasvolsky ... Dave Priest
Peter Phelps ... Joe Messina

Gareth Reeves ... Doug Wilson
Kate Ritchie ... Judy Kane
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan

David Roberts ... Angus Campbell

Ian Roberts ... Barry
Kiana Schembri ... Chris Flannery's Daughter
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly

Martin Dingle Wall ... Les Kane
Elan Zavelsky ... Alphonse Gangitano

Season 2, Episode 6: Stranded

9 March 2009
Clark is arrested on a minor charge extradited to New Zealand to face drug charges.
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Roy Billing ... Aussie Bob Trimbole

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Damon Gameau ... Andy Maher

Anna Hutchison ... Alison Dine
Samuel Johnson ... Jack Smith

Asher Keddie ... Liz Cruickshank

Simone Kessell ... Isabelle Wilson

Jenna Lind ... Maria Muhary
Jake Lindesay ... Wayne Robb
Suzannah McDonald ... Ann-Marie Presland

Matthew Newton ... Terry 'Mr Asia' Clark
Peter Phelps ... Joe Messina

Myles Pollard ... Phil De La Salle

Gareth Reeves ... Doug Wilson
Marcus Shultz ... Gang member
Ria Vandervis ... Kay Reynolds

Katie Wall ... Karen Soich
Ari Mattes ... Wino (uncredited)

Clayton Moss ... Young Detective (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: A Nice Little Earner

16 March 2009
Terry decides to franchise his crime empire and expand into the UK market.

Season 2, Episode 8: Diamonds

23 March 2009
The Federal police team up with the Victorians to target the drug trade, while NSW's corrupt cops plan to seize control of organised crime.

Season 2, Episode 9: Judas Kiss

30 March 2009
Clark, paranoid and living in exile in the UK, pressures Trimbole to take out a contract on Allison.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Reckoning

20 April 2009
Clark is arrested in the UK for Johnstone's murder and Allison is arrested by the FBI .

Season 2, Episode 11: The Brotherhood

20 April 2009
The inquest into the deaths of the Wilsons commences. Trimbole learns he has cancer.

Season 2, Episode 12: Oh Lucky Man

27 April 2009
Clark is found guilty of murder and jailed. Trimbole uses Nick Paltos to bring his massive drug shipment to Australia.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Loved Ones

4 May 2009
A dying Trimbole is arrested in Ireland, then flees to Spain after being released without charge.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Into the Mystic

11 April 2010
Ambitious schoolkid John Ibrahim arrives in Kings Cross and saves "Hammer" from being clobbered by drunks, only to be stabbed himself in a later brawl.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Crucible

11 April 2010
With help from drug king Bill Bayeh and his crew, Det. Sergeant Jim Egan and Trevor Haken devise a plan to swindle money from the Federal Police.
Richard Andrews ... Immigration Officer

Kelly Atkinson ... Belinda
Mitch Bartlett ... Wanda
Natalie Bassingthwaighte ... Maria Haken
Gary Bennett ... Warden
Richard Bennett ... Samson

Emma Booth ... Kim Hollingsworth
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken
Rob Carlton ... Neville 'Scully' Scullion

Cheree Cassidy ... Debbie Webb

Salvatore Coco ... Harry 'Hammer' Hammoud
Melyssa Cole-Brooks ... Mrs. Sinclair
Sarah Jane Coombe ... Krystal

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Matt Day ... Sid Hillier
Stephanie Delaney ... Pamela Brown

Firass Dirani ... John Ibrahim
Mark Fairall ... Chief Superintendent

Mark Furze ... Trent
Sandra Galvin ... Fran Egan

Damien Garvey ... Graham 'Chook' Fowler
Jason Ghama ... Ali Ghazzawie
Michael Gittany ... Charlie Fish

Georgina Haig ... Georgina Freeman
Lesley Hancock ... Madam Dawn
Brett Heath ... Det. Brett Wiley
Diarmid Heidenreich ... Eddie 'Parrot' Gould

Michael Howlett ... Grimy Graham
Leah Huxley ... Mrs. Fowler
Russell Kiefel ... Mel Mal
Woo Hyun Kim ... Korean Client
Paul Kohn ... The Archbishop

Johnny Lahoud ... Captain Jack
Ron Lee ... Mr. Wu
John McNeill ... Lennie McPherson
Stuart McRae ... Senior Constable Les

Toby Leonard Moore ... Sergeant Dave

Peter O'Brien ... George Freeman

Tom O'Sullivan ... Sean 'Grunter' Sinclair

Lieschen Pogue ... Galina

Greg Poppleton ... White Client
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan
Waddah Sari ... Buddy

Peter Scarf ... Constable Andrew
Hazem Shammas ... Bill Bayeh

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly
Vico Thai ... Quan

Sigrid Thornton ... Gerry Lloyd
Betty Tougher ... Mrs. Wilson

Wil Traval ... Joe Dooley
Christopher Truswell ... Detective Senior Constable Bobby Flood
Patrick Wilson ... Senior Asst Commissioner

Paul Winchester ... Tony

Hoa Xuande ... Tran (as Hoa Nguyen)
Tricia Youlden ... Anna
Clariza Vicente ... Mrs. Kelly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Kingdom Come

18 April 2010
Trevor Haken strikes a deal with drug boss Bill Bayeh, sinking deeper into corruption.

Season 3, Episode 4: Fall Guy

25 April 2010
Newcomer Benny Kassab starts dealing drugs in competition with the Bayeh brothers.

Season 3, Episode 5: Saving Face

9 May 2010
Louis Bayeh swears revenge on Benny Kassab's boys Shaka and Norm Korbage for shooting up his house.

Hannah Griffith ... Jodie (as Hanna Griffiths)
Natalie Bassingthwaighte ... Maria Haken

Steve Bastoni ... Louis Bayeh
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Emma Booth ... Kim Hollingsworth
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken
Rob Carlton ... Neville 'Scully' Scullion

Cheree Cassidy ... Debbie Webb

Salvatore Coco ... Harry 'Hammer' Hammoud

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Matt Day ... Sid Hillier

Firass Dirani ... John Ibrahim

Megan Drury ... Claudia Campanelli

Damien Garvey ... Graham 'Chook' Fowler
Michael Gittany ... Charlie Fish
Diarmid Heidenreich ... Eddie Gould

Sophie Hensser ... Monica

Johnny Lahoud ... Captain Jack

Natasha Leigh ... Melissa Hollingsworth (as Natasha Cunningham)
Matuse ... Shaka
John McNeill ... Lennie McPherson
Helen Middlemass ... Sales Assistant

Toby Leonard Moore ... Sergeant Dave

Dan Mor ... Danny Karam
Ronny Mouawad ... Norman Korbage

Tom O'Sullivan ... Sean 'Grunter' Sinclair
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan

Peter Scarf ... Constable Andrew
John Seru ... Kiwi Steve
Hazem Shammas ... Bill Bayeh
Ian Smith ... Ken Wallis

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly
Ben Tomkins ... Lawyer

Wil Traval ... Joe Dooley

Michael Vice ... Benny Kassab
Charlton Hill ... I.A. Officer#1 (uncredited)
Phillip James ... Justice Peter Larkins (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Women in Uniform

9 May 2010
Constable Wendy Jones joins Kings Cross Police. Shut away in a useless taskforce, Debbie Webb sinks into alcoholism.

Season 3, Episode 7: Full Force Gale

16 May 2010
John Ibrahim is investigated for the alleged murder of drug-pusher Talal Assad.

Season 3, Episode 8: Crossroads

23 May 2010
Kim Hollingsworth enrolls at Goulburn Police Academy. Sergeant Joe Dooley signs up for the Detectives' Course.

Season 3, Episode 9: Dog Eat Dog

30 May 2010
Under Royal Commission investigation, Trevor Haken's paranoia reaches new heights.

Season 3, Episode 10: Hurt on Duty

6 June 2010
Trevor Haken risks his life to expose police corruption in Kings Cross. Kings Cross psycho Danny "DK" Karam & Hammer's drug addictions spiral out of control.

Season 3, Episode 11: Beauty and the Beast

13 June 2010
Inspector Gerry Lloyd recruits drug-pusher Shaka to expose the links between cops and crims. Kim Hollingsworth continues to risk her life working undercover.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Good Lieutenant

20 June 2010
With the Wood Royal Commission wrapped up, "DK" recruits "Doc" Kanaan and a crew of young punks to takes over the Kings Cross streets.

Hannah Griffith ... Jodie (as Hanna Griffiths)
Quentin Armstrong ... Teen Drug Runner

Amy Beckwith ... Nicole
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Alex Blias ... Ashtray Frank

Emma Booth ... Kim Hollingsworth

Matilda Brown ... Ellie Dooley
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken (credit only)

Cheree Cassidy ... Debbie Webb
Asha Clark ... Pretty Girl

Salvatore Coco ... Harry 'Hammer' Hammoud

Ryan Corr ... Michael Kanaan

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Matt Day ... Sid Hillier
Anthony Di Placido ... Rabs Mawas

Firass Dirani ... John Ibrahim

Joshua Finch ... Drug Runner

Damien Garvey ... Graham 'Chook' Fowler (credit only)

Shane Imbert ... Dealer

Hugo Johnstone-Burt ... Adam Andrews

Liam Macdonald ... Constable Tim Dewey

Dan Mor ... Danny Karam
Paul Moxey ... Skinny Steve
Stephen Mynttinen ... Team Runner

Tom O'Sullivan ... Sean 'Grunter' Sinclair
Rosie Osborne ... Room Dealer
Jey Oz ... Wassi El Assaad (as Jey Osman)
Dina Panozzo ... Samira Kanaan
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan (credit only)
Gemma Rubin ... Toddler

Peter Scarf ... Constable Andrew
John Seru ... Kiwi Steve

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly

Wil Traval ... Joe Dooley
André Tyrell ... Team Runner
Cory Vi ... Vietnamese Cleaner
Jack Wetere ... Tongan Guy
Michael Whittington ... Constable Pickles

Ben Wood ... 'Bad' Don Denucci

Season 3, Episode 13: Alpha and Omega

27 June 2010
"Doc" Kanaan devises a plan to divert suspicion away from him over the murder of "DK".
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Emma Booth ... Kim Hollingsworth
Dieter Brummer ... Trevor Haken

Cheree Cassidy ... Debbie Webb

Salvatore Coco ... Harry 'Hammer' Hammoud

Ryan Corr ... Michael Kanaan

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Matt Day ... Sid Hillier

Firass Dirani ... John Ibrahim

Damien Garvey ... Graham 'Chook' Fowler

Sam Glissan ... Boy in Pet Store

Hannah Griffith ... Jodie (as Hanna Griffiths)
Diarmid Heidenreich ... Eddie Gould

Billy Holden ... Prison Guard

Hugo Johnstone-Burt ... Adam Andrews
Daniel Le ... Jao Wu

Natasha Leigh ... Melissa Hollingsworth (as Natasha Cunningham)

Tom O'Sullivan ... Sean 'Grunter' Sinclair
Jey Oz ... Wassi (as Jey Osman)
Dina Panozzo ... Samira Kanaan
Daniel Roberts ... Jim Egan (credit only)
John Seru ... Kiwi Steve
Ian Smith ... Ken Wallis

Paul Tassone ... Dennis Kelly

Sigrid Thornton ... Gerry Lloyd

Wil Traval ... Joe Dooley

Préity Üupala ... Monica

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Worst Woman in Sydney

21 August 2011


Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine
Kelly Anderson ... Peg
Erin Parfilio ... Brothel Girl
Samantha Bennett ... Brothel Girl
Sarah Bollenberg ... Brothel Girl (as Sarah Chapman)

John Batchelor ... Wally Tomlinson

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods
Tom Frazier ... Dancer
Andrew Wilkinson ... Dancer
Cam Mitchell ... Dancer
Brock Mifsud ... Dancer
Julie O'Reilly ... Dancer
Michelle Maye ... Dancer
Owen Morris ... Kissing Man
Kelly Webster ... Kissing Woman

Blake Lindsell ... Young Buck
Ben Toyer ... Young Buck
Greg Hourigan ... Sugar Daddy
Michelle Cole ... Mistress
John Daley ... Bent Cop
Bradley Bond ... Gun Dealer
William Upjohn ... Roy the Butcher / Barman
Catherine Clavicic ... May Seckold

Rick Donald ... Barney Dalton

Judd Wild ... Wild Sailor

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine

Guy Edmonds ... Greg 'The Gunman' Gaffney
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan

T.J. Power ... Len Jones
Adam Marsden ... Len's Photographer
Veronica Barry ... Elderly Woman

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie

Emily Rose Brennan ... 'Black' Aggie
Darrin Kiernan ... Man in Car / Businessman

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nuggett
Jessica Leembruggen ... Nugget's Girl

Vanessa Bristow ... Nuggett's Girl 2

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield
Warrick Alston ... Desk Sergeant

Jeremy Lindsay Taylor ... Norman Bruhn

Justin Rosniak ... Leslie 'Squizzy' Taylor
Donald Sword ... Banker
Anna Lawrence ... Irene Bruhn

Tasman Palazzi ... Keith Bruhn
Rex Palazzi ... Noel Bruhn
Mehmet Yanuz ... Rabbitoh
Donald Sinclair ... Iceman

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti
Clint Foster ... Tom Kelly
Guy Spence ... Sid 'Kicker' Kelly
Will Ward ... Barman

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham
Justin Hile ... Clerk of Courts
Martin Curtis ... Magistrate
Jimmy Gunawan ... Elderly Chinese Man
Jason Li ... Young Chinese Man

Matt Boesenberg ... John 'Snowy' Cutmore

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Melinda Di Natale ... Showgirl (2011)

Season 4, Episode 2: Whips and Scorpions

21 August 2011

Season 4, Episode 3: Cat Amongst the Pigeons

28 August 2011

Season 4, Episode 4: The Damage Done

4 September 2011

Luke McConaghey ... Police Photographer

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham

Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine

John Batchelor ... Wally Tomlinson

Rick Donald ... Barney Dalton
Mehmet Yanuz ... Rabbitoh

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti
Harry Tompsett ... Street Urchin #1

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green

Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood ... Dolly Green

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh

Matt Boesenberg ... John 'Snowy' Cutmore
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett
Kim Knuckey ... Fred Moffitt
Penelope Lee ... Lady

Stephen Murdoch ... Bag Snatcher

Catherine Glavicic ... May Seckold
Guy Spence ... Sid 'Kicker' Kelly
Clint Foster ... Tom Kelly

Guy Edmonds ... Greg 'The Gunman' Gaffney

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger
Felix Jozeps ... Ernest Wilson
John Bonaventura ... Luigi
Jarin Towney ... Newspaper Boy

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie
Anna Lawrence ... Irene Bruhn

Tasman Palazzi ... Keith Bruhn
Rex Palazzi ... Noel Bruhn
Adam Tuominen ... Frank 'Razor Jack' Hayes
Troy Planet ... George Wallace
Geoff Sirmai ... Piano Player
Jessica Levett ... Waitress
Stuart Rae ... Farmer
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan
Jennie Dibley ... Bridget Cutmore

Justin Rosniak ... Leslie 'Squizzy' Taylor

Shane Briant ... Inspector General Mitchell

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods

Mike Flokis ... Dodgy Jeweller

Emily Rose Brennan ... 'Black' Aggie
Merran Winchester ... Beth
Kelly Anderson ... Peg
Lee Ryan ... Suburban Man
Alan Hicks ... Doctor
Josephine Ranck ... Nurse
Madeline Searson ... Prostitute
Will Ward ... Barman

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden
Jeremy Costello ... Bike rider (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Darlinghurst Outrage

11 September 2011

William Buttenshaw ... Young Phil Jeffs

Michelle Pastor ... Phil Jeff's Mother

Felix Williamson ... Phil 'The Jew' Jeffs

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine

John Batchelor ... Wally Tomlinson

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine
Kelly Anderson ... Peg
Maha Wilson ... Prostitute
Ed Ireland ... Nervous Client

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie

Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan
Felix Jozeps ... Ernest Wilson
Catherine Clavicic ... May Seckold
Guy Spence ... Sid 'Kicker' Kelly
Clint Foster ... Tom Kelly
Pauline Roxo ... Phil Jeff's Escort
Richard Morris ... Desk Sergeant

Saskia Burmeister ... Ida Maddocks

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham
Rel Hunt ... William Archer
Conrad Coleby ... Wharton 'Syd' Thompson
David Hynes ... Leslie Heath
John Bonaventura ... Stan the Dentist

T.J. Power ... Len Jones
David Sutton ... Reporter #1
Michael Cullen ... Reporter #2

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods

Rick Donald ... Barney Dalton

Emily Rose Brennan ... 'Black' Aggie
John Derum ... Clarry McMahon
Kev Goldsby ... Radio Announcer

Andrew Cutcliffe ... Charles Maddox

Guy Edmonds ... Greg 'The Gunman' Gaffney

Lindsay Moss ... Dock Worker
Barry French ... Crown Prosecutor
Bruce Glen ... Justice Campbell
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett
Lachlan McWilliam ... Foreman
Jim Holt ... Premier Thomas Bavin

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Alex Haddad ... Barman - Kate's Bar (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Blood Alley

18 September 2011

Season 4, Episode 7: Tripe and Brains

25 September 2011

Season 4, Episode 8: A Big Shivoo

2 October 2011
Black Aggie strikes up a romance with Greg "the Gunman" Gaffney and gives-up prostitution. But she's still dirty on Nellie for putting her out of work, so she fronts her with a cut-throat razor. Frank Green intervenes and gives Aggie thrice as many cuts and bruises than she started out with. Greg Gaffney swears that he'll kill Frank Green in revenge, but when he gets the chance he only manages to shoot Green in the shoulder. Because Gaffney is Kate Leigh's man and Green is on Tilly's side, Wally Tomlinson is anxious to avoid a gang war. But Gaffney is intent on finishing the job. He makes for the Devine mansion in Maroubra where Green's hiding out, but what follows is not a stand-off between the two gunmen of Darlinghurst. Instead, Big Jim steps up and kills Greg Gaffney with his .303 rifle. Tilly figures, what better time to prove they're number one than when they're already ahead? So Frank Green recruits all the muscle he can find and Wally and the rest of Kate's boys have no choice but to answer their call. The bloody battle between Kate and Tilly's men became known as the Kellett St riot. Bruce Higgs ends up with more scars than Frankenstein and leaves Razorhurst for good, meaning Kate's lost not one but two men from her side. Big Jim gets off the Gaffney murder charge, but the celebrations in the Devine camp are short-lived; no sooner than Tilly tells Jim that they're having a baby, she miscarries.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Crash

9 October 2011

Season 4, Episode 10: The Sentimental Bloke

16 October 2011
Frank Green is on trial for the murder of Barney Dalton. With Wally Tomlinson as the star witness, will he face the noose?

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green
Phill Rutter ... Prison Warder 1
Wayne Dixon ... Prison Warder 2

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti
Daniel M. Beltran ... Percy Cook
James Pope ... John 'Snowy' Prendergast

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine
Benson Jack Anthony ... Paper Boy

John Batchelor ... Wally Tomlinson

Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron
Paul Godfrey ... Nellie's Client
Rel Hunt ... William Archer
Clint Foster ... Tom Kelly
Graeme Brown ... Publican

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield
Don Sweetman ... Desk Sergeant

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham
Conrad Coleby ... Wharton 'Syd' Thompson
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett

Paul J. Mailath ... Crown Prosecutor Leslie McKean
David Baldwin ... Richard Windeyer

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods

Catherine Glavicic ... May Seckold
Douglas Kent ... Justice James

T.J. Power ... Len Jones
Geoff Pont ... Journalist

Grant J. Garland ... Charles Connors (as Grant Garland)
Don Rogers ... Edward Brady
Kelly Anderson ... Peg

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie
Kev Goldsby ... Radio Announcer
Bob Allan ... Joe Prendergast
Matthew Hill ... Ed Runnails
Dominic Davis ... Fred Lee

Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood ... Dolly Green
Natasha Barlow ... Frank's Older Daughter
Emily Foreman ... Frank's Younger Daughter
Hugh Watson ... Foreman
Jarin Towney ... Desperate Urchin

Ky Baldwin ... Eddie

Patrick Brooker ... Doctor
Mehmet Yanuz ... Rabbitoh

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh
Havana Duval ... Charlotte Leigh

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Season 4, Episode 11: Jerusalem Revisited

23 October 2011


Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine
Donald Sword ... Wealthy Banker
Kelly Anderson ... Peg

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron

Lizzie Schebesta ... Dulcie Markham

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine

Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods
Ben Purser ... Herbert 'Pal' Brown

Catherine Glavicic ... May Seckold
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan
Conrad Coleby ... Wharton 'Syd' Thompson

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett
Guy Spence ... Sid 'Kicker' Kelly
Dal Dimovski ... Uniformed Officer
Nabil El-Mokdad ... Bloke
John Gill ... Well Heeled Customer
Tony Dreise ... Well Heeled Customer 2
Graeme Brown ... Publican
Jane Wormald ... Prostitute
Normie Daghel ... Thug 1
Don Sweetman ... Desk Sergeant

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti
Daniel M. Beltran ... Percy Cook
Sebastian Dickins ... Oswald Flood
Andrea Berchtold ... Brothel Customer

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green
Ray O'Donohue ... Judge Laidlaw
Henry Jennings ... Ticket Clerk

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh

Denise Roberts ... Alice Twiss
Michael Duggan ... Ted Twiss

Ed Oxenbould ... Fred Twiss

T.J. Power ... Len Jones
Danny Tillott ... Guido's Push Member #1
Jimmy Filipovski ... Guido's Push Member #2

Jessica De Gouw ... Constable Edie McElroy
Helen Lyne ... Charlotte; Kate's Deceased Mother
Bianca Debbage ... Charlotte Leigh
Rachel Rowlatt ... Big Jim's Housekeeper

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Season 4, Episode 12: Big Moves

30 October 2011


Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett
Conrad Coleby ... Wharton 'Syd' Thompson

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green

Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh

Catherine Glavicic ... May Seckold

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan
Natalie Cooper ... Sad Prostitute
George Kalogeras ... Prostitute's Customer

David Roberts ... Frank De Groot

Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood ... Dolly Green
Natasha Barlow ... Frank's Older Daughter

Lizzie Schebesta ... Dulcie Markham
Mike Snow ... Punter
Marc Le Cornu ... Businessman

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti
Jimmy Filipovski ... Guido's Push Member
Dal Dimovski ... Uniformed Officer
Graeme Brown ... Publican
Patrick Doyle ... Worker
John Martin ... New Guardsman
Stuart Katzen ... Wharfie
Erin Browne ... Lady With Pram
Lee Atkinson ... City Worker
Lucinda Booth ... Nurse
Greg Crotty ... Doctor

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield

Jessica De Gouw ... Constable Edie McElroy
Simon Chapman ... Premier's Aide
Graeme Blundell ... Jack Lang

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger
Kelly Anderson ... Peg

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie
Don Sweetman ... Desk Sergeant
Matthew Campbell ... Wharfie 1
Goran Jakovski ... Wharfie 2
Paul Doyle ... Wharfie 3
Ashley Fairfield ... New Guardsman 1
Chris Mitchell ... New Guardsman 2
Robert Simper ... New Guardsman 3
Damien Thomlinson ... War Veteran Wharfie
Daniel M. Beltran ... Percy Cook

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Gary Bennett ... Warden

Season 4, Episode 13: Armageddon

6 November 2011


Danielle Cormack ... Kate Leigh

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Tilly Devine

Pippa Grandison ... Mona Woods

Catherine Glavicic ... May Seckold

Felix Williamson ... Phil 'The Jew' Jeffs
Alexandra Plim ... Cecily Parker
Jack Leech ... Elderly Drinker
David Willis ... Bill 'The Octopus' Flanagan

Jessica Mauboy ... Gloria Starr
Stephanie Thomas ... Heavenly Bodies Dancer
Kate Harrison ... Heavenly Bodies Dancer
Anna Brown ... Heavenly Bodies Dancer
Heloise Cram ... Heavenly Bodies Dancer
Peter Wilson ... Edmond the Banker
Karina Vovchak ... Barely Legal Consort

Peter Mackie ... Roland the Barrister
Colin Donnelly ... Randolph the Solicitor
Therese Visser ... Peacock Feather Woman
Colin Foy ... Cocaine Snorting Man
Brendan Walsh ... Old Nijinsky
Cory Vi ... Manchu

Khan Chittenden ... Frank 'The Little Gunman' Green

Anna McGahan ... Nellie Cameron

Richard Brancatisano ... Guido Calletti

Lizzie Schebesta ... Dulcie Markham
Danny Tillott ... Guido's Push Member 1
Jimmy Filipovski ... Guido's Push Member 2
Marcus Shultz ... Percy Cook

Pacharo Mzembe ... Nigger

Jack Campbell ... Jim Devine
Frank Thomas ... Old Shoe Shine
William Upjohn ... Roy the Butcher
Kelly Anderson ... Peg
Brent Spring ... Bashed Up Bloke

Adele Vuko ... Gwynnie
Alan Fish ... Middle Aged Man 1
Nicholas Wood ... Middle Aged Man 2

Steve Le Marquand ... Sergeant Tom Wickham
Richard Morris ... Desk Sergeant

Izzy Stevens ... Eileen Leigh
Bianca Debbage ... Charlotte Leigh
Jake Ryan ... Ray 'The Blizzard' Blissett
Graeme Blundell ... Jack Lang

Craig Hall ... Bill Mackay

David Roberts ... Frank De Groot
Simon Chapman ... Premier's Aide
Conrad Coleby ... Wharton 'Syd' Thompson

T.J. Power ... Len Jones
Kai Harris ... Husband
Melinda Wenig ... Wife
Dal Dimovski ... Uniformed Policeman
Molly Cooper ... Lady
Clarissa Arnold ... Daughter

Lucy Wigmore ... Lillian Armfield

Jessica De Gouw ... Constable Edie McElroy
Kim Knuckey ... Fred Moffitt
Paul Hunt ... Father Collender
Mehmet Yanuz ... Rabbitoh
Guy Spence ... Sid 'Kicker' Kelly
Clint Foster ... Tom Kelly
Benson Jack Anthony ... Newspaper Boy
Mitch Bartlett ... Wanda

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Thy Will Be Done

13 August 2012
When a prisoner is abducted and murdered while on day-release, police embark on a man-hunt to find the killers. The 10-year investigation leads them to an underworld boss who is totally invisible to the police and the legitimate world.
Luke Bovino ... Vito Russo

Abby Earl ... Karina (as Abbey Earl)

Aaron Jeffery ... Frank O'Rourke

Goran D. Kleut ... Jasper Pengilly
Matthew Lamb II ... Bartender (as Matthew Lamb)

P.J. Lane ... Michael Christiansen

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Anthony 'Rooster' Perish
Ella Scott Lynch ... Snr Con Camille Alavoine

Zara Michales ... Pippa
Jason Montgomery ... Decker

Matt Nable ... Detective Sergeant Gary Jubelin (as Matthew Nable)
Madeleine Pottinger ... Cowgirl

Geordie Robinson ... Craig Bottin
Elisabeth Shahlavi ... Sophie Bradley
Justin Smith ... Muzz
Josh Quong Tart ... Andrew 'Undies' Perish

Steven Vidler ... Police Commander

Leeanna Walsman ... Detective Sergeant Pam Young

Sophie Webb ... Lauren Perish

Benjamin Winspear ... Tim Browne

Season 5, Episode 2: Cut Snake and Crazy F...

20 August 2012
Nosey gives Tuno the name Anthony Perish, a high level crook who runs an outfit known as The Company - revealing that he himself played a part in Perish's kidnap and murder plans. This could be a breakthrough for Gary, but can he trust Nosey? The guy redefines "difficult witness" - he insists on meetings at night in deserted parkland, complains of bumps in the night, is convinced Tuno will betray him to Perish. Eventually however, Gary trusts Nosey but convincing his bosses upstairs that he's right to rely on an informant as mad a cut snake - and even more dangerous - is another challenge altogether.

Season 5, Episode 3: The Loaded Dog

27 August 2012
Nosey's careening out of control with paranoia and booze, and crashing his Harley into the back of a semi-trailer at 120kph. Their best informant hovering near death is one problem for Gary - the other is the IA cops wondering why this known crim had videotapes hidden in his motorbike's panniers of Tuno detectives drinking tea in his loungeroom?! Gary and Tuno realise Nosey has been secretly recording them...they'd kill the paranoid bastard, except he's just risen, Frankenstein-like, from the dead and finally agreed to sign his statement. But just as Tuno makes real progress the powers-that-be decide the Falconer matter's run long enough. The strikeforce is disbanded and Gary is sent back to the suburbs in uniform.

Season 5, Episode 4: Year of the Rooster

3 September 2012
With most of the Tuno team scattered to the four winds, a defiant Gary keeps the investigation rolling in clandestine mode in his spare time, meeting with Detective Sergeant Glen "Flatline" Browne late at night to plot strategy, and chasing witnesses at weekends. When one of Glen's informants from way back, an electrician, happens to mention he's working on building a steel-lined bunker in the 'burbs, Glen doesn't think much of it - until he hears that the owner is a bloke called Andrew Perish - aka "Undies", Anthony's brother. Security experts report that the place is impenetrable, just confirming the badness Perish intends. Glen and Gary know there's not enough to arrest Anthony on Falconer, but could some ten-year-old drug charges get them over the line? Once Perish is off the streets, others, like Nosey, may feels safer and talk. It's high risk, but Perish has been so hard to find this may be the only chance they get. Gary calls in the Tactical Response Group and for the first time in a decade Anthony Perish is in the hands of the authorities.

Patrick Connolly ... Craig O'Donnell

Jodi Gordon ... Kylie Keogh
Douglas Hansell ... Glen Morfoot

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Anthony 'Rooster' Perish
Ella Scott Lynch ... Snr Con Camille Alavoine
Elisabeth Shahlavi ... Sophie Bradley

Helen Uskovic ... Colleen Perish

Steven Vidler ... Police Commander

Leeanna Walsman ... Detective Sergeant Pam Young

Sophie Webb ... Lauren Perish

Amanda Wiltshire ... Female Police Officer

Season 5, Episode 5: Troubleshooting

10 September 2012
Of course paranoid Anthony notices the heat and, ironically, it's the ensuing harassment he heaps on Robbie about not talking to the cops that leads Robbie to agree to making a statement against him. Robbie says that a man known as "Redman" was one of the Falconer kidnappers. That "Redman" has been hauled back in to check out a new property in Mudgee that reeks of badness. Gary Jubelin calls up a couple of the original Tuno team and sends them up country to snap surveillance photos of Anthony and his sidekick, who Robbie later confirms is Redman.

Chiara Gizzi ... Hotel Receptionist
Douglas Hansell ... Glen Moorfoot

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Anthony 'Rooster' Perish
Ella Scott Lynch ... Snr Con Camille Alavoine
Jason Montgomery ... Decker

Mary O'Neill ... Receptionist

Chris Proctor ... Nick (Bar Patron)

Sophie Roche ... Jody Dokic (as Sophie Katinis)
Elisabeth Shahlavi ... Sophie Bradley

Steven Vidler ... Police Commander

Benedict Wall ... Ben Dokic

Sophie Webb ... Lauren Perish

Season 5, Episode 6: Road to Nowhere

17 September 2012
Further surveillance has Sean telling a bodybuilder associate Michael Christiansen that "the job was too good to pass up", while showing him a photograph. Gary and Glen have no choice but to follow Sean from this meeting, but they didn't expect him to he drive all the way north to Queensland and the Gold Coast, which of course is another jurisdiction completely! Turns out it wasn't a hit after all; Sean was collecting money from Perish's various nightclubs. Michael Christiansen was the one Gary and Glen should have followed. The steroid-fuelled man mountain killed Melbourne underworld identity Paul Elliot with two shots, and Tuno has yet another murder to solve...

Season 5, Episode 7: Bang, Bang, Kill, Kill

24 September 2012

Season 5, Episode 8: Strike Force Tuno

1 October 2012
The pressure is so great the Crown Prosecutor has a heart attack and has to bow out from the case, mere days before the trial is scheduled to begin. The only available replacement is Paul Leask, a younger, cockier lawyer who isn't intimidated by the defence, when perhaps he should be. Nosey comes back on board to finish what he started. The battle has always been between Gary and Anthony but now they're in the same room. Can the police protect and support Nosey to get him through his evidence in one piece? Or will Anthony's intimidation derail the whole trial? August 2011. After a discharged jury and two months of evidence, the jury reaches a unanimous verdict -Anthony Perish is found guilty of murder and conspiracy to murder Terry Falconer. Andrew Perish is found guilty of conspiracy to murder. After ten long years, Gary Jubelin and Glen Browne finally close the case they were told they'd never solve.

Matt Nable ... Gary Jubelin

Jonathan LaPaglia ... Anthony 'Rooster' Perish
Hollie Andrew ... Tracy Shepherd
Leroy Martin Bowmaker ... Jury Foreman (as Leroy Bowmaker)
Joshua Brennan ... James Falconer
Gerard Carroll ... Anthony's Solicitor

Caroline Craig ... Jacqui James / Narrator
Tenille Davidson ... Muzz's Wife

Michael Dorman ... Paul Leask

Blake Dubler ... Supreme Court Officer
Mark Erber ... Kenny (as Mark Alexander-Erber)
Tommy Fox ... The Pigeon
John Gaden ... Merv Grogan

Jodi Gordon ... Kylie Keogh
John Gregg ... Justice Price
Douglas Hansell ... Det. Sen Con Glen Moorfoot
Genevieve Hegney ... Bridgette Greenacre

Ella James ... DPP Solicitor (voice)

Aaron Jeffery ... Frank O'Rourke
Vila Kone ... Drug Dealer