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The Secret Life of Us (2001)

This TV show is about the life of some young adults and living in a Family block at St. Kida in Melbourne, Australia and as each of them confront the life typical situations: search work, ... See full summary »

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Lynn-Maree Danzey
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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Claudia Karvan ... Dr. Alex Christensen
Deborah Mailman ... Kelly Lewis / Narrator
Samuel Johnson Samuel Johnson ... Evan Wylde / Narrator
Abi Tucker ... Miranda Lang
Joel Edgerton ... Will McGill
Spencer McLaren Spencer McLaren ... Richie Blake
Sibylla Budd ... Gabrielle Kovich
Damian de Montemas ... Jason Kennedy
David Tredinnick David Tredinnick ... Simon Trader
Tasma Walton ... Leah
Tempany Deckert ... Andrena
Andrew McKaige Andrew McKaige ... Sean
Benjamin McNair Benjamin McNair ... Joseph
Jessica Gower Jessica Gower ... Sam
Yael Cohn Yael Cohn ... Naked Girl
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This TV show is about the life of some young adults and living in a Family block at St. Kida in Melbourne, Australia and as each of them confront the life typical situations: search work, love, Sex and success but everyone are very friends each other. Written by dinoarreagaec

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 July 2001 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Vårt hemliga liv See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia See more »

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Trivia

Deborah Mailman (Kelly Lewis), Sibylla Budd (Gabrielle Kovich), & Spencer McLaren (Richie Blake) reprise their roles for the spin-off TV series, The Secret Life of Us (2001). They also all worked together on Tomorrow, When the War Began (2016) as Kath, Rachel & Daniel respectively. See more »

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Death Defy
by Motor Ace
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The best TV Australia has ever produced
17 November 2001 | by Ashworth_22See all my reviews

This is the only show that every one of my friends and I can all agree on. We're all around the age of the characters, and this is the first show that we feel has reflected us back to ourselves. It has excellent writing and it never cops out or goes for the simple solution. The characters are complex and believable. The cast is uniformly brilliant, and its good to see under used Australian actors like Deborah Mailman being given the chance to turn in consistently good performances.

The premise might seem cliched (8 twenty-somethings, their lives and loves etc.), but it brings an amazing originality to that. I'll admit I was reluctant to watch it in the beginning. At first it seemed like it might be one of those shows that tries too hard and insults its audience, but that couldn't be further from the truth. I think it will be a long time before we get to see another drama of such high quality, so I hope people continue to get behind it.


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