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This Is What The Cast Of "Puberty Blues" Looks Like Now

Rack off, ya fish-faced moll.

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Back in 2012, everyone — and I mean everyone — was watching Puberty Blues, a coming-of-age series based on Kathy Lette's and Gabrielle Carey's novel. Set in the late 1970s, it followed two best friends, Debbie and Sue, attempting to navigate the highs and lows of growing up in Australia.

It was raw, it was addictive and it inspired a bunch of old Aussie slang to come back into fashion. So, in honour of Puberty Blues, here's what the cast have been doing since the show wrapped up.

Ashleigh Cummings as Debbie Vickers

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Post Puberty Blues, Ashleigh continued to play Dot in Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries. Since then, she's also had roles in Hounds Of Love, The Goldfinch, Gallipoli, Westside and NOS4A2.

Brenna Harding as Sue Knight

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Brenna has continued to act after Puberty Blues, scoring roles in A Place To Call Home, Secret City, The Code and Black Mirror.

Sean Keenan as Gary Hennessey

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Sean has picked up a number of TV and movie roles since his Puberty Blues days, appearing in Glitch, Newton's Law, Wake In Fright and Australia Day. His most recent performance was playing Joe Byrne in True History Of The Kelly Gang.

Isabelle Cornish as Vicki

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Isabelle's most recent acting roles were in 2017, where she appeared in Inhumans and Australia Day. Since then, she's been expanding her health, fitness and food blog and working as a model.

Charlotte Best as Cheryl Hayes

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Like her co-stars, Charlotte has picked up a number of acting roles throughout the years. Her biggest role to date has been playing Cal McTeer in Tidelands.

Ed Oxenbould as David Vickers

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Although he once played Debbie's little brother, Ed is all grown up now! He's continued to make a name for himself, scoring roles in Paper Planes, Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, The Visit, Wildlife and Bloom.

Claudia Karvan as Judy Vickers

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Since Puberty Blues, Claudia has continued to find success in TV. She's been in Jack Irish, Newton's Law, Halifax: Retribution and most recently, Bump — which she also co-created and co-produced. Plus, she also appeared in True History Of The Kelly Gang alongside Sean Keenan.

Jeremy Lindsay Taylor as Jeremy Vickers

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After wrapping up Puberty Blues, Jeremy's next big role was playing Dylan Carter in Home And Away. He followed this up with appearances in Barracuda, Love Child, Offspring, Playing For Keeps and The Family Law. You might have also spotted him in the The Dry, which was released last year.

Susie Porter as Pam Knight

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Susie has appeared in a bunch of Aussie films, like Don't Tell, Hounds Of Love, Cargo and Ladies In Black. She also landed the role of Marie Winter in Wentworth, which she currently portrays.

And finally, Dan Wyllie as Roger Knight

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Dan has had success in both TV and movies, appearing in No Activity, Secret City, Offspring, Romper Stomper, The Water Diviner and Jasper Jones. In 2020, he was accused of assault by his wife, Shannon Murphy, but was found not guilty in February of this year.

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