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The last episode which aired last year, saw, Tom deciding whether to tell love interest Miranda about a bet he made with her brother Steve to not get involved with a flatmate, otherwise he would lose his beloved car.All the main cast will return for the next series along with Les Hill, former Home and Away actor, joining as Max Saliba - a mysterious new tenant who works odd hours, pays in cash and refuses to talk about his private life.It’s a big role for Jess Tovey too, who’s in the middle of her 20s and a peaking career. I was lying on a bed, and he was crying, screaming, and the cast and crew are watching, but I have to be dead. But the finality of it, the fact that this character that you spent so long playing is not going to come back. The other thing is I was 17 when I started on , and I was playing a character who was going through a lot of the same things I was. I really felt connected to her, so in that way it was kind of like losing a friend or something. Did people come up to you on the street after you died, to talk it through?Recently, she’s enjoyed lead roles in two acclaimed Australian series — ‘s main characters in 2006. But in some ways it made sense — and I was kind of glad, because it felt pretty final. It’s weird to admit this, you know — it’s a TV show — but I was with those people for ten hours a day for four years. People still come up to me to talk about it, which is weird.There was that whole outpouring of grief with The Red Wedding earlier this year… For a show so centered around fantasy, they really built up those characters to a point where something like the Red Wedding could bring out that kind of a response.It’s easier to do that with a soap like , which is about real people going through real things.Lasance was offered the role after previously auditioning for a separate character.
When I call Jessica Tovey, she’s on set in Pagewood, NSW, about halfway through shooting the first season of Wonderland — a new warm and lighthearted drama which is premiering on Network Ten on August 21. The show revolves around four young couples who share a beach-side apartment block. And on top of that I was really close to the guy who played my husband [Todd Lasance, who plays Aden Jefferies]. I mean when you leave a show, you mourn the time you’ve spent there – that’s one thing.
A friend of mine made a really good point about it recently.