10 Famous Australians Who Starred in "Home And Away"
Sep 15, 2015 21:51
Everyone had to start off from somewhere. For Australians, Home And Away seems to be that launch pad. Here are some of the actors that are taking over Hollywood these days. Check out the gallery below. Even Thor is in it!
1. Chris Hemsworth
He started acting in 2004, playing Kim Hyde.
2. Isla Fisher
She played Shannon from 1994 until 1997.
3. Ryan Kwanten
Known for playing Jason Stackhouse in True Blood, he previous appeared in Home and Away in 1997, playing the lovable ladies man Vinnie "VJ" Patterson.
4. Tammin Sursok
She played Dani Sutherland in 2000. Now she's Jenna Marshall in Pretty Little Liars.
5. Heath Ledger
He started off as Scott Irwin, in a guest stint. But that's how it all started.
6. Melissa George
She played one half of the 90s couple - Angel and Shane. She made her big break in Mullholland Drive, and then briefly joining Grey's Anatomy. Now she's in The Good Wife.
7. Julian McMahon
He was Ben Lucini from 1990-1991, but he would truly shine on screen in shows like Nip/Tuck. He also played Doctor Doom in the 2005 Fantastic Four.
8. Isabel Lucas
She's quite a looker this one, but she started off as the troubled Tasha on Home and Away. Now her career is super. She was in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Daybreakers, The Pacific and Immortals.
9. Simon Baker
He played James Healy in Home and Away. Now he's more known for his role in The Mentalist and The Guardian.
10. Naomi Watts
She played a guest role on Home and Away, but she's of course now one of Australia's most critically acclaimed actresses. From 21 Grams, King Kong, Diana, Birdman, and more, she's won over 40 awards in her career.
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