South Australian born Peter O'Brien returned to Australian shores, after over a decade in the UK, to play detective sergeant Joe Hill in WHITE COLLAR BLUE.

Peter has starred in many overseas and Australian television programs throughout his career including one of his best known roles as Sam Patterson in The Flying Doctors, TEN's AFI nominated and Logie Award winning mini-series Day Of The Roses and UK Channel 4's much talked about Queer As Folk.

Peter's long association with theatre seen him in lead roles in critically acclaimed productions such as Joseph And His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Pirates Of Penzance, The Wizard Of Oz and A Doll's House to name a few.

Peter's work on WHITE COLLAR BLUE as Detective Sergeant Joe Hill won him the 2003 Silver Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series.

Freya is a NIDA graduate with an impressive list of theatre credits, including, Twelfth Night, The Three Sisters, Pains of Youth and Saturday, Sunday, Monday.

Freya made her television debut in 2001 in the ABC series Head Start.

Playing Detective Harriet Walker in WHITE COLLAR BLUE is Freya's first lead role in an Australian drama.

Richard Carter
Richard Carter is one of Australia's most respected actors and best loved performers.

Richard has had an impressive film and television career spanning many years. Most recently seen in TEN's Heroes' Mountain, Richard also starred in the Australian films Rabbit Proof Fence, Idiot Box, Muriel's Wedding and Stitched.

Richard's has earned much praise for his roles in some of Australia's most critically-acclaimed television including, Wildside, G.P and The Flying Doctors to name a few.

Richard has also had a successful career as a stand up comedian, head-lining many tours around Australia and overseas.

In WHITE COLLAR BLUE, Richard plays gritty Detective Inspector Ted Hudson.

Brooke Satchwell
Logie Award winner Brooke Satchwell is no stranger to television.

Brooke was first introduced to Australian audiences as Anne Wilkinson in Neighbours, which she played for four years. In 2001 she starred in the stage production of The Caribbean Tempest and had an on going guest role in Water Rats.

Most recently Brooke starred alongside Wendy Hughes in the stage production of The Graduate and returns to the small screen as plain-clothes Constable Sophie Marinkovitch in WHITE COLLAR BLUE.

Don Hany
Don Hany made his television debut on the TEN series Breakers. Since then he has appeared in various theatre productions as well as television productions such as Water Rats and Heroes' Mountain, with ongoing roles in Home and Away and Crash Palace.

Don plays young gun Detective Constable Theo Rahme in WHITE COLLAR BLUE.

Jodie Dry
NIDA graduate Jodie Dry has performed in many theatre productions and has been seen on Australian television in Wildside, The Reckoning, Spellbinder II and Sit Down Shut Up.

Jodie played Sally Diver in Network Ten's Heroes Mountain, and the ambitious councillor Biddy Marchant in Grass Roots (Series II).



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