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Andrew Cutcliffe

Jack Zeffa

Andrew lives in Sydney, where he works as an Actor, Singer and Voice Artist. After graduating from the Ensemble Studios he went on to work extensively across theatre and television. From the Australian tour of the critically acclaimed West End hit Calendar Girls and appearing on TV shows such as Wonderland, Underbelly and Home & Away to singing in cabarets and voicing commercials for corporate, radio and television. 

Miranda O'Hare

Ruby Kazak

Miranda  has been training as an actress since she was twelve years old, starting at the Canberra Youth Theatre and going on to study at the National Acting School.   She started working in television and film in 2008 and has gone to achieve steady professional success both on the big and small screen. She continues to train consistently and completed an undergrad degree in writing at University in Sydney. 

After the completion of shooting Indigo Lake Miranda returned to LA in early 2016 and booked two episodes of the series 'Age of The Living Dead' playing a vampire named Galatea which Netflix picked up for release. She was then cast as a lead in the horror feature film ‘Coven', which will hit screens later this year. Miranda recently landed the lead role in ‘Killing The Cure’, an international production shooting in many countries including China, USA, UK, Canada and Mauritius.   

Marin Mimica

Bulat (Bill) Kazak

Marin is one of Australia’s most respected screen actors.  Indigo Lake was his first acting role for some time as he turned his creativity to writing,  directing, teaching and being hired by other actors as a performance coach.  With roles spanning 25 years of Australian TV and film, he has played roles in Pacific Drive, Big Sky, Dark City, Soft Fruit, Erskinville Kings, Wildside, Stingers, Water Rats, Farscape, Something in the Air, All Saints, East West, and more recently Deep Water.   

Pamela Shaw

Edwina Balich

Based in New York City, Pam has graced the silver screen and been a regular on and off the stages of Broadway in a distinguished career.  She has worked with some of the worlds most recognised actors, writers and directors. Indigo Lake is Pam’s return to Australian cinema since she featured in ‘The Man Who Sued God’ in 2001.  She also shot another Aussie film simultaneously called 'A Few Less Men' in Perth.  Her other film credits include Snow White II, Lucky Stiff, The Picture of Dorian Grey, Cut, Swingers and The Mystery of Natalie Wood. 

Gerard Webb


Indigo Lake’s sole Tasmanian representative, Gerard is best known for roles in Arctic Blast, False Witness and All Saints. With a background in music and fronting rock bands, Gerard recently acted in and co-produced a film version of Shakespeare's ‘MacBeth’, filmed in Tasmania and  currently in post production.  When he's not acting,  Gerard is working on Dr Spork, a unique business he created that sees old, antique cutlery transformed into amazing up-cycled jewellery. 

Nicole Verhoeven

Sheyda Kazak

Indigo Lake is Nic’s debut feature film.  With a strong history of stage acting,  she graduated from Theatre Nepean in 2003  with and has worked with professional companies including CUT Theatre; Alchemy Theatre; The Acting Factory and Blender Productions.  Her professional credits include the roles of Edmund; Conrad; Phoebe and Titania from Shakespeare's plays, as well as critically acclaimed Abby in the world premier production of 'Room’.  Nic is also is fluent in all forms weaponry and unarmed combat and has also choreographed for The Bell Shakespeare 'Actors at Work' program, and taught for NIDA's Open Program.

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Christian Willis

Detective Marley

Christian is an accomplished actor who is currently in pre-production on his first feature film as a writer and director. A graduate of WAAPA, Christian has worked alongside some of Australia’s most successful screen practitioners. Making his TV debut immediately after graduating drama school on All Saints, Christian has featured on White Collar Blue, Home and Away, Dead Beat Dads and more recently in the cult film Observance. 

Lauren Clair

Ruby's Mum

Lauren can be seen on TV screens in “Catching Milat”, “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries“, “Brothers In Arms“, “Tricky Business“, “Packed to the Rafters” and “The Playbook’,  and on cinema screens in the US, UK and throughout the EU in “Face to Face”. She has been nominated for a Logie, an Inside Film award and a Maverick Film award. Best known for her acclaimed work on “Underbelly“, Lauren has worked with some of the industries finest professionals, directors, actors, producers, Muppets no less! In the BBC/Henson/Sticky Pictures co-production “Me and My Monster“, Lauren put down two seasons of Muppet style fun, which can be seen on Nickleodeon.