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Drover’s Return

Posted by Matt on
March 9th, 2015

TV Week
March 14-20, 2015
Myles Pollard and Bridie Carter score roles in upcoming Aussie TV dramas.

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800 Words

Posted by Matt on
March 8th, 2015

THE cast of the new Erik Thomson series 800 Words has been announced and it includes former McLeod’s Daughters star Bridie Carter.

Channel 7 has described the family drama as very much like Packed to the Rafters in tone, but it’s not following that Aussie classic in being shot here.

Thomson plays recently widowed dad George Turner in the Aussie-New Zealand co-production.

Turner quits his job as a popular 800 word columnist for a Sydney newspaper who moves to the fictional New Zealand seaside town of Weld.

Bridie is set to play Jan, the editor of the newspaper Turner writes for. She has done little television since she quit McLeod’s Daughters in 2006.

In 2007, Bridie won season seven of Dancing with the Stars and in2011, Bridie had guest roles in Rescue: Special Ops and Wild Boys

Other cast include Rick Donald (The Doctor Blake Mysteries) as Turner’s soon-to-be best mate Woody, and Emma Leonard (Home and Away) as local teacher, Tracey.

Seven program chief Angus Ross has described 800 Words as similar in tone to Packed to the Rafters.

We’re Back

Posted by Matt on
March 8th, 2015

Welcome back to Bridie Carter Online.

As you can see we have a new layout and an updated gallery layout.

Over the next month or so I will be working on new content for the site and bringing things up to date.

A small notic the old Bridie Boards are still currently down but I will be working on bringing these back online.

We are also looking for new affiliates so if you are interested in becoming affiliated with Bridie Carter Online, please do apply.



The Darling of Aussie Drama

Posted by Matt on
February 25th, 2015

Bridie Carter opens up to the Daily Edition on her return to the spotlight.

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