The Underworld star takes a major left turn with her role in Farming, model, lawyer, singer, actor and now first time feature film director, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s incredible true story of being ‘farmed out’ by his birth parents to a British family and becoming the leader of a skinhead gang.
Sly returns with the fifth installment in the Rambo franchise, Rambo: Last Blood, and gets candid about everything from his diet to how the first film nearly didn’t happen, and what makes John Rambo tick.
One of this country’s most interesting actors – Tomorrow, When the War Began, Puberty Blues, Hounds of Love, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries – will next be seen in John Crowley’s highly anticipated adaptation of Donna Tartt’s popular book The Goldfinch, in which she plays Pippa, the lead character Theo’s (Ansel Elgort) unrequited love.
For almost three decades Muriel Steinbeck was one of the most respected actors in Australia, giving acclaimed performances in radio, theatre, film and TV; she endorsed lipstick and chocolate, was a genuine box office draw on stage, and starred in both films and the first Australian TV soap. Despite that, she’s little remembered today.