Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - David Campbell - with MANDY MCELHINNEY

You’re a stage and TV vet­eran. Did your par­ents beg you to have a fall-back ca­reer? Oh my god, am I a vet­eran now? It was only ever act­ing for me.

De­spite my mother’s plead­ings, I had no safety net. Were you one of those slightly ob­nox­ious the­atre kids at school? I was in a coun­try school so no

the­atre, but great space for imag­i­na­tion. Love Child is set in the ’70s – what do you like most about that decade? The mu­sic and the women’s move­ment.

What was the most ’70s thing that ever hap­pened to you? Rid­ing in the back of the car with no seat­belt? Well, that was the decade I was born. The ’70s

re­ally hap­pened around me. When you’re not mak­ing tele­vi­sion your­self, what is your guilti­est TV plea­sure? We’re par­tial to an episode or two of Tat­too

Night­mares…Hu­man Prey about an­i­mals that at­tack peo­ple and it’s fas­ci­nat­ing! Love Child airs 8.40pm Tues­days, on the Nine Net­work.

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