Our 10 Favorite Australian Ladies on TV

1
Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson
ABC
Rebel Wilson is primarily a movie actress — and a fantastic one at that — but she recently brought her comedic talents to the small screen on Super Fun Night.
2
Emilie de Ravin
Emilie de Ravin
ABC Television Network
Emilie de Ravin, who broke in to U.S. television with Roswell in the early ‘00s, really hit it big as Claire on Lost. Now, she battles evil on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
3
Poppy Montgomery
Poppy Montgomery
CBS Broadcasting
For seven years, Poppy Montgomery found success playing Samantha Spade on Without a Trace, but she now stars as Carrie Wells on CBS’s Unforgettable.
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Maia Mitchell
Maia Mitchell
ABC Family
Maia Mitchell plays troubled teenager Callie Jacob on ABC Family’s The Fosters. She also recently starred in the made-for-TV Disney movie Teen Beach Movie.
5
Adelaide Kane
Adelaide Kane
The CW
Adelaide Kane is currently starring on The CW’s Reign as Mary, Queen of Scots, though she also guest starred on MTV’s Teen Wolf last summer.
6
Caitlin Stasey
Caitlin Stasey
The CW
Caitlin Stasey is starring alongside Adelaide Kane on Reign as Mary's lady-in-waiting, Kenna. Stasey got her start on the Australian series, The Sleepover Club.
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Phoebe Tonkin
Phoebe Tonkin
The CW
Before starring as Hayley on The Originals, Phoebe Tonkin co-starred in the Australian-based movie Tomorrow, When the War Began with Caitlin Stasey. Tonkin transitioned to U.S. television with the CW’s short-lived series, The Secret Circle.
8
Claire Holt
Claire Holt
The CW
Although Claire Holt now stars on The Originals as Rebekah alongside Phoebe Tonkin, it’s not the first time the two have costarred together. In the mid ‘00s, the ladies starred in the Australian series H2O: Just Add Water.
9
Eliza Taylor
Eliza Taylor
The CW
Another alumnus of The Sleepover Club, Eliza Taylor has recently joined The CW on the network’s newest series: The 100.
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Jessica De Gouw
Jessica De Gouw
The CW
Jessica De Gouw has recently played both a super villain on The CW’s Arrow and a reincarnated love interest on NBC’s Dracula, but her first role was guest-starring on The Sleepover Club.

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