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Ian Meadows 

Ian Meadows graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2005. His television credits include 8MMM, The Moodys, A Moody Christmas, RakeEast West 101, Underbelly Files: The Man Who Got Away, Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, Rush and the HBO series The Pacific.

Ian has also appeared in the telemovies Parer’s War,
The Shark Net and 3 Acts of Murder. His film credits include lead roles in Scare Campaign and Killing Ground, both due for release in late 2016.

Ian co-wrote and acted in the AFI Award-nominated short Water and co-wrote and directed the short film A Parachute Falling In Siberia, which won an Australian Writers Guild Award and received an AFI Award nomination. Ian adapted and directed Defender, a segment of Tim Winton’s The Turning, which was
produced by Robert Connolly and AACTA nominated for best direction.

Ian’s television writing credits include Offspring, Spirited, SLiDE, The Moodys and House Husbands.

Ian has appeared on stage downstairs at Company B in Ladybird, which was produced by his company Small Things Productions.

In 2008, he performed in The Modern International Dead, for which he won a Glug Award for Young Performer of the Year and was nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award.

Ian wrote and co-directed the play Four Deaths In The Life Of Ronaldo Abok at Riverside Theatre Parramatta and his play, Between Two Waves, closed the Griffin Company season of 2012 and was awarded Belvoir Theatre Company’s 2014 Phillip Parsons Award. He was also nominated for a Greenroom Award for Best Actor for his role as Trip in Other Desert Cities at the Melbourne Theatre Company.

As Pete Barnett 

Lily’s best friend Pete is loyal and honest to a fault. He does not like rules, pretence and anything not based on evidence and fact. Pete is an aspiring music journalist who makes ends meet by working as a barista in a coffee shop.

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