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Jeremy Callaghan Fansite
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Album 1 - Images of Jeremy as an Actor
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Elvis Killed My Brother 1990
Police Rescue 1992-94
Blue Heelers 1994
G.P. 1996
The Munsters Scary Little Christmas 1996
Water Rats 1996
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Elvis Killed My Brother 1990
Police Rescue 1992-94
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Blue Heelers 1994
G.P. 1996
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Water Rats 1996
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Above: Jeremy taken at
Two Rocks Beach,
Yanchep, Western
Australia near the Surf
Life Saving Club
carpark - November
1989
Elvis killed My Brother was planned to be made as a
feature film by veteren Australian actor/director
Peter
Hardy
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funding so it was made as a short film in 1990. The
film was made by everyone calling in lots of favours
from old mates and even from the hotel where much
of the production was filmed. It was Jeremy
Callaghan's first film role which he made while still
studying at
WAAPA. Jeremy plays Chad, the yuppie
brother of the main character.  The film was well
supported by the people of Perth premiering to a
packed Theatre forcing the cast and production
personnel to stand at the back of the theatre while
screening.
Police Rescue started as a TV pilot in 1989 on Australia's ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). The
Show was a hit from its first episode and recieved many awards for its production team and cast members.
The show was exported to many countries with Jeremy featuring in three seasons. Jeremy landed the role
after completing his acting course at WAAPA with his character "Brian Morley" (A young highly intelligent,
sensitive, christian police constable with a solid moral compass) balancing out the other male lead
characters who were womanising, self-assured, blokey and brash. Brian just melted the girls hearts.
Blue Heelers was filmed mainly in the Victorian historic goldfields town of Castlemaine and centred on a
country police station in the fictional town of Mount Thomas. The show was enormously popular in Australia
and running for over a decade. Many of its characters became leading actors in Australia including
Lisa
McCune
(Who was a former fellow graduate of WAAPA with Jeremy). Jeremy appeared in one episode in the
first season playing Lisa McCune's boyfirend. Conflict and a breakup ensue after Jeremy's character lies to
protect his boss (A prominent politician) and contradicts his police constable girlfriend's evidence.
G.P. or General Practice (Practitioner) was a popular Australian ABC weekly drama series that tackled strong
ethical issues. Jeremy featured in two episodes in 1993 and 1996. This photo suite is taken from 1996
episode "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?". In this episode Jeremy plays the part of "Dave Rooker" who
comes home to find is wife "Bec" (Dee Smart) and seven month old son unconcious on the bathroom floor.
Bec has surpressed all memories and has a paralised right arm. Under hypnosis it is revealled that she has
chronic post natal depression and drowned the baby while bathing him. She cannot be charged as
confessions given under hypnosis cannot be used in Australia and can Dave ever love or trust her again?
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Above: A fans greeting
card signed by Jeremy
at the Xena
convention conducted
at Pasadena in 2000
The Munsters Scary Little Christmas 1996
Water Rats was another hit police drama centred on the Sydney Water Police featuring plenty of sweeping
footage of Sydney Harbour. The show was hugely popular becoming the highest rating drama on Australia's
Nine TV Network. The show was exported to many countries and ran for several years. Jeremy was cast in
the first series as Kevin Holloway, the good guy cop who is brother to the darker and more bitter male lead.
The character Kevin is clean cut, good looking, by the book and extremely popular with the ladies. Drama
ensues when Kevin forms a not so platonic bond with the female partner of his brother. In episode 9 Kevin
suggests that all is somehow not well in his life and in episode 10 is found dead having been murdered.
The Munsters Scary Little Christmas was Jeremy's first film that was made in the USA. Essentially a
childrens film it features a couple of other Aussie actors (Including
Mark Mitchell (AKA Con the Fruiterer) as
Santa) and Bruce Spence. In this film Jeremy plays an "ugly" biker (Tom) who falls for the charms of the
Munsters equally ugly niece Marilyn. The acting is fun and the story line corny (But hey! It's the Munsters, and
not meant to be taken seriously or make any sense). Probably the best gag is toward the end of the film
when Aurnt Lily Munster says of Tom's tastes in falling for their ugly neice, "Well beggars can't be chosers".   
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Above: A publicity
photo taken at a time
unknown. Possibly the
late 80's or early 90's
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Click here to see images of Jeremy as Pompey in Xena
Above: Click here for
more images of Jeremy
as Pompey in Xena
Warrior Princess
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"The Violent Earth"
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Above: Jeremy is
beguiled by Miranda
Otto in Police Rescue
Above: Jeremy and
Miranda Otto in Police
Rescue 1994
Above: Jeremy  in
Police Rescue episode
"On the Outer" 1994
Above: Jeremy  in
Police Rescue episode
"On the Outer" 1994
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Above: Maybe one of
the best portraits of
Jeremy ever taken. If it
exists in colour we'd
certainly like to add it
to this site.
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Photo Gallery 2
The Lost World 1999
The Lost World 1999
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Thank you: To
all who have
contributed
images since
1996 to
compile this
page.
(c) Copyright 2013
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in The
Munsters Scary Little
Christmas.
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in The
Munsters Scary Little
Christmas.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in The Lost
World.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in The Lost
World.
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Jeremy appeared in the late 90's early naughties TV series Sir Arthur
Conan Doyles - The Lost World in two episodes. Another of those highly
popular shows that were based on mythological themes that were
mainly filmed in New Zealand at that time. The genre was popular with
audiences with shows like "Young Hercules", "Xena", "Beastmaster"
and of course "The Lost World" all having huge cult followings.
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Background
Jeremy Callaghan in The Lost World
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Above: Jeremy as Constable
Brian Morley in Police Rescue
melted the hearts of many girls
in Australia with his boyish
innocence.
Above: Jeremy as Dave Rooker
in GP, Jeremy gives a
powerful performance as the
husband of a woman suffering
severe post natal depression.
The final scene sees Jeremy
collapse to the floor of the
family bathroom as the terrible
realisation hits that his 7
month old baby son had been
drowned there by his wife.
Sea Change 1998
Xena Warrior Princess as Palaemon 1997
Sea Change 1998
Xena was a hugely popular phenomenon in the late 90's and early
2000's. Jeremy hounded the directors and producers mercilessly to
cast him as the show had a bias toward casting US and New Zealand
actors. Finally they relented and tested Jeremy for the part of
Palaemon. Palaemon was a good guy at heart who wanted to be
known as a feared warrior. He figures that the way to build his
reputation as a great warrior is to draw Xena into a fight to the death.
Of course things go pear shaped quickly and he ends up helping
Xena. Palaemon (or we should say it was Jeremy) was was an instant
hit with fans so producers brought Jeremy back as the arrogant,
nacissistic & ambitious Pompey the Magnus ("Magnificent") in 1999
and 2000.
Sea Change was another hugely popular ABC series that was based mainly on the lives of a small fictional
seaside community on the
Southern (Surf) coast of Victoria. The plots for each episode focussed upon moral
and social themes intertwined with light hearted side stories. Jeremy featured in the episode "Love Me or
Leave Me" where he plays the role of Ray, a school teacher who has lost his job and is prone to violent and
explosive outbursts of rage. When he assaults a local man and is brought before court, his wife (the only
witness) denies what she saw and leaves everybody questioning the legal system.
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Above: Jeremy with
Aussie acting great
David Wenham in Sea
Change 1998.
Above: Jeremy in the
ABCs Sea Change
1998.
Xena Warrior Princess as Palaemon 1997
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan as
Palaemon in Xena.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan as
Palaemon in Xena.
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To see lots more images of Jeremy
from 1999 to the 2000's visit the
Photo Gallery Number 2 page.
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