Asher Keddie begins production on the new comedy-drama Strife as he prepares for his long-awaited return to television screens.
Asher Keddie has begun production on his new comedy-drama Strife based on Mia Freedman’s memoir.
The 48-year-old Offspring star will play the lead role of Evelyn Jones in the new series Binge.
She confirmed in October that she will be making her long-awaited return to Australian television by starring in the drama.
The actress said she was excited to return to her Australian television roots after appearing in several high-profile Hollywood productions.
“I have been waiting a good four years to return to television series. I knew this was it, as soon as the script was brought to me,’ she said. the daily telegraph At the time.
Asher Keddie has begun production on the new comedy drama Strife as he prepares to make his long-awaited return to television screens.
The seven-time Logie Award-winning actress said the authenticity of the script struck her and she knew she had to sign it.
“What appealed to me is that it’s about not being the perfect person that we grew up thinking we needed to be,” she said.
The mother-of-two added that what she loved most about the script was the “authenticity of the storytelling.”
Filmmaker Bruna Papandrea, who was behind Nicole Kidman’s Amazon Prime Video streaming hit Nine Perfect Strangers, will produce the show.
The 48-year-old Offspring star will play the lead role of Evelyn Jones in the new series Binge
While Asher has been on television screens for over 35 years, he finally got his big break in Hollywood last year in the Amazon series Nine Perfect Strangers.
Asher stars in the drama alongside Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, and Luke Evans.
The acclaimed actress has been acting since she was 11 years old, first appearing in the Western television drama series Five Mile Creek, which also starred Kidman.
He went on to star in a number of Australian television series and films, but received wide recognition for his roles in the critically acclaimed shows Love My Way and Offspring.
She confirmed in October that she will be making her long-awaited return to Australian television by starring in the comedy-drama.