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Work is un­der­way on the third se­ries of the Fri­day-night favourite, star­ring Craig McLach­lan, and Jef­fery’s character Stu is set to make an im­pres­sion.

Jef­fery is also part of Nine’s se­ries in which he plays light horse­man Henry, and had a part in An­gelina Jolie’s block­buster

Jef­fery had a pretty im­pres­sive 2014, with smaller parts in Fox­tel’s


war epic

and ABC HE’S young, hun­gry and tal­ented – a recipe which puts this 22-year- old in good stead, cou­pled with his role in a hotly an­tic­i­pated new drama se­ries.

is a gritty mur­der mys­tery minis­eries, set to air on SBS, by the mak­ers of and and star­ring Alex Dim­i­tri­ades.

Rom­ahn plays Tarek, a stu­dent at a boys’ high school in south-western Syd­ney – the scene of the mur­der. His main role is de­scribed as a mem­o­rable one.

Don’t write off this show, or its young cast, be­cause it’s on SBS – com­men­ta­tors have tipped this pro­duc­tion as a po­ten­tial dark horse. Rom­ahn, who has been slowly climb­ing the ranks since he was a child, is very promis­ing.

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