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Wild Side 1999
Secret Mens Business 1999
Halifax f.p. 2001
The Great Raid 2004
MDA 2003
Something in the Air - ABC 2002
Wild Side 1999
Secret Mens Business 1999
Halifax f.p. 2001
The Great Raid 2004
MDA 2003
Something in the Air was a popular night time soap that ran in prime time on the Australian Broadcasting
Corporation (ABC) for three years from 1999-2002. The show centred on the lives of the people of a small
fictional rural Victorian township of Emu Springs. Much of the filming took place in the historic gold mining
township of
Clunes. Among the central characters was Helen Virtue (Ulli Birve) who was the manager of the
local radio station 3ES. Helen has a series of twists and turns to her romantic fortunes throughout the series
culminating in the appearance of Dave Gorman (
Jeremy Callaghan) who sweeps her off her feet and dazzles
her with his smile. He wins her heart and marries her in the final episode of the 320 episode series.
Put Secret Mens Business on your Bucket List of films to see before you die. An excellent telemovie that
centres on the reunion of five former high school mates who travel to a North Coast New South Wales town
to attend the funeral and subsequent wake of a former teacher and important mentor. At the reunion the guys
are now in their early 30's and are confronted by their differences, infidelity, issues of trust, loyalty, and
ultimately confronting a deep seeded ghost from their past. Jeremy (again the straight guy) forces his mates
to confront their morality and their falsehoods. Buy it if you can, or hire it from
Bigpond Movies.
Halifax f.p. was a drama, suspense series released over several short seasons during the late 1990's and
early 2000's. Filmed in
Melbourne and featuring a who's-who of Australian acting talent, the show centres on
Dr Jane Halifax (Forensic Psychologist) brilliantly played by the gorgeous
Rebecca Gibney. In episode
"Scorpion's Kiss" Jeremy plays the cheeky and highly charming Alex, Halifax's latest beau. Alex is a medical
student who is trying for a place at the World Rowing Championships in Lucerne. Jeremy turns on his charm
in spades and looks good in this episode in everything from a tuxedo down to his under clothes.
MDA (Medical Defence Australia) was a very high quality production filmed in Melbourne by the ABC. It
centred on the legal firm who represent the medical profession in cases of litigation claims for mal-practice.
A psychiatrist has come to MDA stating that she has been approached by police to bug her sessions with a
client who they suspect of murder. The client is Jeremy as Justin Harris and conflict is assured when a
representative from MDA 'Amanda' has to inform her former collegue and friend 'Caitlin' that her new
boyfriend is a suspected killer. Watch episodes of MDA on line from the ABC:
MDA Seven Day Online Rentals
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Above: Jeremy in his
last major film "The
Great Raid".
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Above: Jeremy with
Aussie acting great
David Wenham in Sea
Change 1998.
Above: Jeremy in the
ABCs Sea Change
1998.
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The Great Raid was Jeremy's last major feature film filmed in Australia. The Great Raid tells a story based
on real events of a US Ranger Battalion's campaign to liberate US prisoners of war from a Japanese POW
camp in the Philipines during January 1945. In this film Jeremy plays LT Able, a gallant and dedicated officer
who is sent forward with a small party to recon and gather intelligence on the camp prior to the attack.
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Wildside was one of the most awarded television shows of its time in Australia. It was a gritty and grainy
police drama with cops who did what it took to get arrests. During its three season run on the ABC it featured
many of Australia's leading actors as guests. In the third series Jeremy plays "Vito Ballioni" a taxi driver who
is suspected of murdering a former girlfriend. While Vito is innocent of murder, he also harbours a dark side
with a history of violent predatory stalking. The target of his latest affections and obsession is his beautiful
former lawyer Maxine. On the surface Vito is good looking and charming, the kind of guy that any parent
wants their daughter to bring home. As the plot unfolds it becomes apparent that the guy (Vito) is unbalanced.
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Something in the Air - ABC 2002
Beast Master 2002
Beast Master 2002
Who said that Jeremy couldn't play a bad guy role? In Beastmaster Jeremy is the ultimate bad guy. None
other than Balcifer the Prince of Darkness himself. Balcifer has made a deal with an earthly ruler (The evil
King Zad) to destroy the Beastmaster and all good in the world. This three season series was a classic tale
about the battle between the forces of good and evil. Filmed in Queensland (Australia) the series was a
collaboration between Australian and Canadian production houses and sold well throughout the world.
Jeremy Callaghan 2003 in MDA
Jeremy Callaghan in MDA - 2003
Playing a seductive, cool, and romantic lead.
Jeremy has played a variety of roles from
heroes to villains with most earlier roles often
seeing him cast as the nice guy based very
much on his boy-next-door looks. Many actors
excell when potraying darker characters and
Jeremy is certainly no exception. His better
film and TV roles have often been with him  
portraying manacing characters or evil villains.
Conversely, his roles in Something in the Air,
MDA and Halifax
f.p. when playing a romantic
or flirtatious love interest were also excellent.
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Above: Butter wouldn't melt in this guy's
mouth? In this role Jeremy Callaghan plays
Vito Balliano a guy who is obsessed with,
stalking, and ruining the life of his attractive
former Legal Aid lawyer in
"Wildside" 1999.
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Above: Jeremy in
Wildside 1999 as Vito
Ballioni, a Taxi driver
accused of murder.
Above: Jeremy in
Wildside in one of the
final scenes in a stand
off with the police.
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Above: Vito Ballioni is
obsessed with his
beautiful solicitor who
doesn't share his
feelings.
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in
Beastmaster as the
Devil (Balcifer).
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan as LT Able
in the Great Raid 2004.
Southern Cross 2001
In Southern Cross Jeremy returned to his old home state of Western Australia to make this film about two
refugee children who are orphaned and escape from their illegal arrival detention centre. Jeremy plays
'Reilley' a Federal bounty hunter who specialises in tracking and capturing escapees. Although an aboriginal
tracker describes Reilley and the police as
"not being able to find their bums in their undies" as the kids run
Reilley and the authorities around and public sympathy and support for the children mounts. The film was
made in the shadow of the events of 11 September 2001, the Australian Government's exploitation of the
Tampa refugees, and considerable debate among the public of Australia about the handling of refugees.
Southern Cross 2001
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in Halifax
f.p. 2001.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan with
Rebecca Gibney in
Halifax f.p. 2001.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in Halifax
f.p. 2001.
Above: Jeremy
Callaghan with
Rebecca Gibney in
Halifax f.p. 2001.
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Above: Jeremy in
Secret Mens Business
as the straight laced
Ian Moody.
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Above: Jeremy
Callaghan in
Beastmaster as the
Devil (Balcifer).
Above: Jeremy had
noticably lost weight in
Southern Cross. We'd
estimate between
12-15kg (25-34lb).
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Above: Jeremy as Dave
Gormon a horse trainer in
Something in the Air. In
this series we get to see
Jeremy rode horses and
even don a suit of armour
in one scene as he
dresses up as a Prince
Charming in a ham-fisted  
romantic gesture tp try to
win his girls heart. Jeremy
plays at what he does
best as a romantic and
charming down to earth
guy. We get to see Jeremy
do a few scenes with an
old
Police Rescue cast
mate
Franky J. Holden.