Guest First Nations writer Tasha James tells us why she adores Australian actor Deborah Mailman.
Celebrating the stellar career of AACTA, AFI, Deadly and Logie award-winning actor Deborah Mailman.
Deborah Mailman talks about The Secret Life of Us.
This clip from the final scene of The Sapphires (2012) shows the group performing back in their home town after their tour of Vietnam.
Mae (Trisha Morton-Thomas) is wearing her mother’s wedding dress. Nona (Deborah Mailman) wants to bottle the ashes so they can take them to the island to scatter.
Deborah Mailman won her first Logie award for Most Outstanding Actress in 2002 for her role in The Secret Life of Us.
This audio clip is an excerpt from the Deadly Sounds radio program, hosted by Rhoda Roberts.
The Secret Life of Us (2001–2005) was a popular TV drama about a group of 20-somethings living in an apartment block in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda.
In 2015, Deborah Mailman joined Cate Blanchett to co-host the Australian film and television industry’s night of nights – the AACTA Awards, for productions released in 2014.
Warning: This clip contains spoilers.