Binge reveals additional Mix Tape Cast

Binge reveals additional Mix Tape Cast

BINGE today revealed additional cast members for Australian-Irish co-production Mix Tape with production underway in Dublin.  

The upcoming series is produced by Subotica and Aquarius Films, with Boat Rocker overseeing international distribution, with support from the Foxtel Group; Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland; Screen Australia; the Finnish Impact Film Fund and Screen NSW’s Made in NSW Fund.

Joining the series alongside acclaimed Australian actress Teresa Palmer (The Clearing, The Fall Guy) as Alison and British actor Jim Sturgess (Across The Universe, Cloud Atlas) as Daniel are British actress Florence Hunt (Bridgerton, Cursed) and newcomer Rory Walton-Smithplaying the younger versions of Alison and Daniel.

Also joining the cast are Irish actors Mark O’Halloran (Mary & George, The Virtues), Helen Behan (Malpractice, The Virtues), Conor Sánchez (Hope Street, Ellis), Jonathan Harden (Time, Blue Lights), and Siobhan O’Kelly (The Tourist, The Hardacres), along with British actor Alexis Rodney (The Gentleman, Guardians of the Galaxy) and Finnish actress Sara Soulié (Conflict, The Man Who Died).

Adapted by Irish writer Jo Spain from the popular and critically acclaimed novel by Jane Sanderson, Mix Tape will take viewers back in time to that intoxicating feeling of first love. The series is a classic all-encompassing romance set to a banging nostalgic soundtrack.

Alison Hurbert-Burns, Commissioner and Executive Producer said: “Mix Tape takes the Foxtel Group in a bold new direction of international storytelling and brings together a stellar line-up of cast from across the globe.  With production wrapped in Sydney and now underway in Dublin we are thrilled to welcome Florence and Rory along with the rest of the cast to this special series.”

Erik Pack, SVP, Global Sales and Co-Production, Boat Rocker Studios, said: “Mix Tape is sure to delight audiences around the globe and hit all the right notes by bringing romance, nostalgia, and music together with artful storytelling for an unforgettable series. We’re delighted to welcome such a talented cast to help bring this story, one with incredible international appeal, to life.”

Subotica’s Aoife O’Sullivan and Tristan Orpen Lynch, and Aquarius Films’ Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford, said: “It’s very exciting to bring this high-profile Irish-Australian co-production to an international audience, with such an acclaimed cast.  We know that viewers are going to fall in love with these characters, and with the evocative soundtrack from their past and present.”


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