Noni Hazlehurst helps Australians reveal family secrets in the shock of new SBS documentaries

Secret identities, Nazi collaborators and cones: Noni Hazlehurst helps Australians reveal family secrets in new SBS documentary – actor David Field seeks his real father

Noni Hazlehurst is set to organize the new SBS documentary, Every Family Has a Secret.

The presenter helps six Australians discover shocking truths about their family's past, and how these secrets have shaped them.

SBS, who announced the show on Thursday, said the discoveries will contain secret identities, Nazi collaborators and condoms, as reported by TV Blackbox.

Secret identities, Nazi collaborators and cones: Noni Hazlehurst (photo) will help six Australians discover family secrets in the new SBS documentary, Every Family Has a Secret

Secret identities, Nazi collaborators and cones: Noni Hazlehurst (photo) will help six Australians discover family secrets in the new SBS documentary, Every Family Has a Secret

The show will take participants everywhere as they travel the world to find out more about their ancestors.

Although it is thought that it focuses on shocking discoveries, the program also contains many & # 39; surprises and joys & # 39 ;.

An SBS spokesperson said that Noni & # 39; its trademark gives elegance and warmth to the show & # 39; while joining the participants on their personal journeys.

A journey: the show will take the participants everywhere as they travel the world to find out more about their ancestors - with both shocking and happy discoveries

A journey: the show will take the participants everywhere as they travel the world to find out more about their ancestors - with both shocking and happy discoveries

A journey: the show will take the participants everywhere as they travel the world to find out more about their ancestors – with both shocking and happy discoveries

The Australian actor David Field is one of the six who uncovers the past of his family.

Viewers will see the star look for his real father after a death-torment from his grandfather raised questions about paternity more than 25 years ago.

Other participants include Marie-Anne from Perth looking for her biological father and Angela Hamilton, who suspects that her father may have collaborated with Nazis.

Aussie icon: A SBS spokesperson said Noni & # 39; its trademark gives elegance and warmth to the show & # 39; while participating in the participants on their personal journeys. Shown in 2018

Aussie icon: A SBS spokesperson said that Noni & # 39; its trademark gives elegance and warmth to the show & # 39; while participating in the participants on their personal journeys. Shown in 2018

Aussie icon: A SBS spokesperson said Noni & # 39; its trademark gives elegance and warmth to the show & # 39; while participating in the participants on their personal journeys. Shown in 2018

Raised in a Taiwanese acrobatic group as a toddler, Li Ying Andrews does not know her real name and has no idea if she has any relatives.

Businessman Lance Innes hopes to find out more about his father, who was known to the FBI and bore numerous names.

Finally, journalist Michelle White looks at the crimes committed by her mother.

Search for answers! Actor David Field (photo) is one of the six who uncovers the past of his family, after a confession through a deathbed of his gran raised questions about who his father is

Search for answers! Actor David Field (photo) is one of the six who uncovers the past of his family, after a confession through a deathbed of his gran raised questions about who his father is

Search for answers! Actor David Field (photo) is one of the six who uncovers the past of his family, after a confession through a deathbed of his gran raised questions about who his father is

The series seems to be based on the British show Who Do You Think You Are? – who has been helping celebrities since 2004 to look at their past.

The show made international headlines in 2017, after the notorious & # 39; hard man & # 39; actor Danny Dyer discovered that he was related to royalties.

He discovered that he was a descendant of King Edward III of England (1312-1377).

Royal blood! On the British version of the show, Who Do You Think You Are ?, actor Danny Dyer (photo) discovered that he was a descendant of King Edward III of England (1312¿1377)

Royal blood! On the British version of the show, Who Do You Think You Are ?, actor Danny Dyer (photo) discovered that he was a descendant of King Edward III of England (1312¿1377)

Royal blood! On the British version of the show, Who Do You Think You Are ?, actor Danny Dyer (photo) discovered that he was a descendant of King Edward III of England (1312-1377)

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