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Alec Golinger

as Mrs McCutcheon

Australian actor, model and singer whose appeared in campaigns for known brands such as Target, Kmart, and Lee Jeans. He’s based in Melbourne, Australia.

Wesley Patten

as Trevor

Wesley Patten is a young actor living in Sydney, Australia. His acting debut was as one of the Aboriginal children in the acclaimed stage adaptation of The Secret River, directed by Neil Armfield. Mrs McCutcheon is his debut in film.

Nadine Garner

as Jenny

Garner first came to public attention in 1985, as Tamara Henderson in the Australian TV series The Henderson Kids and then in her debut film, The Still Point. She made her stage debut in 1987 in the title role of the Melbourne Theatre Company production of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Since then she has worked extensively in film, theatre and TV (both in Australia and the UK) and received awards and nominations for performances in each field.

Virginia Gay

as Mrs Clutterbuck

Virginia Gay is an Australian actress most known for her work on the Australian TV dramas Winners & Losers and All Saints. Born in Sydney, she studied English Literature and Performance Studies at Sydney University and was a member of the Sydney University Dramatic Society from 2001 to 2003. She is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).

Shareena Clanton

as Ange

Shareena Clanton is an Australian actress best known for her starring role as Doreen Anderson in the television drama series Wentworth. Clanton had her feature film debut in the Australian comedy Stone Bros in 2009 and received her first Australian Film Institute Award nomination for her performance in the TV drama Redfern Now.

Neil Pigot

as Principal Parncut

Neil Pigot is an Australian actor who is perhaps best known in Australia for his role as Inspector Falcon Price in the highly successful television series Blue Heelers. Pigot has appeared in over 100 episodes of television, a number of feature films and has presented several documentaries on his pet subject Australian military history. A highly regarded theatre actor, he is also the author of several works of non-fiction.