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Aussie actors axed from American TV shows

HOLLYWOOD is a tough town.

After a new season launch that seemed peppered with Australian actors, the US network ABC has axed two shows and in a single swoop put four Australian actors out of work.

The two axed shows are Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue.

Last Resort, which was filmed in Hawaii, is an action drama about a US submarine crew who go rogue and set up fort on a small island.

It starred three Aussie actors: Daisy Betts, Daniel Lissing and Dichen Lachman.


Read more at Brisbane Times

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