Sydney woman, the mysterious disappearance of Melissa Caddick has captivated the nation and now her disappearing act becomes the Underbelly treatment during a two-night televised event.
Drama TV series belly disappearing act delves into Caddick’s mysterious disappearance and a case that has baffled police and divided Australia.
Caddick’s television character is played by from Wentworth Kate Atkinson who said A topical matter“It’s probably the most exhausting role I’ve ever had in the most delicious way.”
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“For an actor, the highs are high, the lows are low and everything in between.
“They explore the idea of wanting to be someone…other than who you are.”
belly disappearing act takes viewers inside a fictional Caddick family home and attempts to show how a mother from Sydney’s eastern suburbs wearing a designer label went missing after embezzling over $30 million from her friends and family. his family in a Ponzi scheme.
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Something that plays out both on the show and in reality is that four months into an investigation into Caddick, she walked through his front door and disappeared without a trace – other than a foot that washed up on a beach on the south coast of New South Wales. .
“I approached it with just as much excitement, intrigue, and a degree of trepidation…it’s a very recent story,” Atkinson said of his character.
Atkinson thinks this season will be different from others Underbelly seasons before.
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“I hope it will be a real regeneration of this Underbelly could be,” she said.
Whatever the verdict on the drama series, Underbelly is now in its 13th year.
Underbelly was a huge achievement for Australian television production and this season the mystery surrounding Caddick may well continue the plot.
Veteran actor Colin Friels should also add to the mystery of the series.
Friels described her character on the show as “colorful” and said in the drama series, the fictional character of Caddick has underworld ties that “don’t work too well for her”.
Atkinson and Friels will appear in the series alongside a cast of other Australian actors, including Jerome Velinsky, Tai Hara, Maya Strange, Dylan Harre, Ursula Mills, Frankie J Holden, Anne Tenney and Sophie Bloom.
Underbelly’s Disappearing Act premieres Sunday night on Channel 9 and 9Now After Married at first sight.
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