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The Surgeon 

Eve Agius is a highly skilled surgeon in a mostly male world. Real medical cases filled with twists, turns and surprises test the limits of her skill and knowledge.




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Series cast summary:
Justine Clarke ...  Dr. Eve Agius 8 episodes, 2005
Sam Worthington ...  Dr. Sam Dash 8 episodes, 2005
Nicholas Bell ...  Dr. Julian Sierson 8 episodes, 2005
Matthew Newton ...  Dr. Nick Steele 8 episodes, 2005
Katie Wall ...  Siobhan Kerry 8 episodes, 2005
Matt Zeremes Matt Zeremes ...  Dr. Lachie Hatsatouris 8 episodes, 2005
Chum Ehelepola ...  Dr. Ravi Jayawardener 8 episodes, 2005
Christopher Morris ...  Dr. Abe Wilson - Anaesthetist 8 episodes, 2005
Anne-Marie Mazza ...  Penna (anaesthetic nurse) 6 episodes, 2005
Khalid Malik Khalid Malik ...  Dr. Rob Singh 3 episodes, 2005
Tiriel Mora ...  Dr. Jordy Roberts 3 episodes, 2005
Julia Yon Julia Yon ...  Zara Burke 3 episodes, 2005
Sandra Campbell Sandra Campbell ...  Denise - Ward Nurse / ... 2 episodes, 2005
Betty Lucas Betty Lucas ...  Miriam Beck 2 episodes, 2005
Kirsty Meares Kirsty Meares ...  Tiffany Ward 2 episodes, 2005
Marguerite O'Sullivan Marguerite O'Sullivan ...  Juliette - Emergency Nurse 2 episodes, 2005
Megan Perry Megan Perry ...  Margie - Theatre Nurse) 2 episodes, 2005
William Usic William Usic ...  Radiologist 2 episodes, 2005


Eva Agius is The Surgeon, a highly skilled woman mostly alone in a mostly male world. Real medical cases filled with twists, turns and surprises test the limits of her skill and knowledge. The anaesthetists, the other surgeons and the nursing staff all confront life, death and the intrusion of fate as everyday reality. Unlike anything you have seen before.

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Fantastic drama series strives for excellence and achieves it.
2 November 2005 | by marty8008See all my reviews

The Surgeon is probably one of the most important drama series to hit Australian screens in years. I find it so refreshing and original. The acting is so realistic, the operations are emotionally draining, sometimes electric. Justine Clarke gives the performance of her career and surrounds herself with an amazing cast. And finally we also get to see some fantastic cinematography on our small screens, with color and lighting giving it a cinematic quality and camera work that keeps the show alive. Coming from a family of surgeons I can guarantee that this show has come closer to any medical show to date to give an audience a real look at what goes on behind those operating doors. Great work I look forward to watching the rest of the season.

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13 October 2005 (Australia) See more »

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