Natalie Bassingthwaighte stars in new romantic drama Take My Hand with Sex/Life hunk Adam Demos
Natalie Bassingthwaighte has landed a new movie role in the upcoming romantic drama, Take My Hand.
The Australian actress, 47, will star in the film alongside Sex/Life actors Adam Demos, Radha Mitchell and Bart Edwards.
Former Big Brother contestant Xavier Molyneux will also make his film debut, Delivery time open.
Take My Hand tells the story of a young married Australian woman, Laura, who enjoys a successful banking career in London.
But her world is turned upside down when she is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Natalie Bassingthwaighte, 47, (pictured) is set to star in new romantic drama Take My Hand with Sex/Life star Adam Demos
The man she believed loved her “showed his true colors” as her condition was recognized.
After returning to Australia, she reunites with a former acquaintance Michael who has loved her since their high school days.
Their renewed friendship becomes more serious and they find themselves falling in love.
Take My Hand is the true story of writer-director John Raftopoulos’ romantic relationship with an old acquaintance.
The Australian actress will star in the film alongside Sex/Life star Adam Demos (pictured), Radha Mitchell and Bart Edwards
John co-wrote the screenplay with Dave Petersen who detailed his past love affair with Claire Jeans.
However, their names are changed to Laura and Michael in the film’s story.
The character of Natalie has yet to be revealed, but lead actress Radha Mitchell has been confirmed to portray Laura.
A release date has yet to be confirmed as pre-production has begun.
Take My Hand tells the true story of writer-director John Raftopoulos’ romantic relationship with an old acquaintance; Pictured are John Raftopoulos and Claire Jeans, who inspired the story