17 Times Aussie Actors Dominated Our Fave TV Shows
Aussies are taking over the world. Or mainly The CW.
13 Reasons Why
Talented up-and-coming actor Katherine Langford hails from Perth, but played the role of American teen Hannah Baker perfectly.
Orange Is The New Black
Let's all take a moment to admire how bloody well Yael Stone pulls off Morello's heavy NY accent.
If you didn't know Ben Mendelsohn (aka Danny Rayburn) was a native Australian, then you would have never picked it... he's perfected the American drawl.
Pretty Little Liars
Blind Jenna is actually played by
Home and Away alumni Tammin Sursok!
Aussie Maia Mitchell is super convincing as American foster child Callie, and Aussie hearthrob Jordan Rodrigues plays a recurring role as Mat Tan.
Keiynan Lonsdale won Aussie hearts on
Dance Academy, and has been acting up a storm on The Flash since 2015.
Jessica Jones actually features numerous Aussies; from Rachael Taylor playing Trish, Eka Darville playing Malcolm, and Wil Traval playing, well, Will.
The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries as well as its spin-off The Originals, Aussie Claire Holt played the multi-layered Rebekah Mikaelson. Season 7 of The Vampire Diaries also saw the introduction of more Aussies wreaking havoc on Mystic Falls, including Elizabeth Blackmore, Phoebe Tonkin, and Teressa Liane.
Ryan Kwanten definitely perfected a southern drawl to play the flirty, beautiful, and totally dumb Jason Stackhouse for
True Blood. And of course, our neighbour across the sea, New Zealand's Anna Paquin, played his sister Sookie.
Yep! The beautiful, ethereal, Scarlett O'Connor is played by Aussie Clare Bowen.
From Australia's Ramsay Street, to
House, and then on to Chicago Fire, Jesse Spencer has made quite the career on international television screens.
From Bob Morley, to Alycia Debnam-Carey, and Eliza Taylor,
The 100 is brimming with talented Aussies taking over the screen.
Game of Thrones
Yep, Aussie Noah Taylor played Locke, the dude responsible for chopping off Jamie Lannister's hand. What a role.
Once Upon A Time
Emilie de Ravin, Peta Sergeant, and Deniz Akdeniz have all starred in the show – and let's not forget
Neighbours alum Alan Dale (OK, so he's technically from NZ). Dale also appeared in hit teen drama The O.C.
Alex O'Loughlin has been playing Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett on TV screens since 2010, and doing a bloody good job of it.
Perth native Adelaide Kane has been playing Mary, Queen of Scots since 2013. Fellow Aussie Caitlin Stasey also appeared on the show for the first two seasons.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
Aussies will remember Luke Mitchell from roles on
Neighbours and Home And Away, but now he has international fans with his role as Lincoln Campbell in this Marvel classic. BuzzFeed Daily
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