Craig McLachlan
Australian actor and singer
Craig McLachlan
Craig Dougal McLachlan is an Australian actor and singer. He appeared in shows such as Sons and Daughters, Neighbours, Bugs and Home and Away.
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Rocky Horror Show in Brisbane
Brisbane Times - about 3 years
Craig McLachlan first discovered the soundtrack to The Rocky Horror Show as a nine-year-old boy.     
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Queenstown tennis champ aces it - Scene Queenstown
Google News - over 5 years
Dad Craig McLachlan says it helped that Riki and Ben could practise with each other in Queenstown. “It's quite hard for one kid to get through from here. “Lan's a great coach but [youngsters] also need someone their own age to practise with
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Rescue Special Ops, Monday, July 11 - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
At least this week's episode performs one valuable service: the answer to the question about whatever happened to Craig McLachlan. His turn as the slimy head honcho of Lifeblood, the privatised service that is to helicopter rescue what Tiger is to
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McLeods Töchter: Drehorte und Darsteller der beliebten TV-Serie - In Australien
Google News - over 5 years
... Harold „Harry“ Ryan (Marshall Napier), Alberto Borelli (Ben Mortley), Ingrid Marr (Rachael Coopes), Kane Morgan (Craig McLachlan), Luke Morgan (Dean O´Gorman), Jake Harrison (Charlie Clausen), Brett „Brick“ Buchanon (Fletcher Humphrys),
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New characters shake things up - Coolum & North Shore News
Google News - over 5 years
The company is run by Hayden Bradley, (played by Craig McLachlan) and features brash young team leader Cam (played by Todd Lassance). The role is a highlight for McLachlan, who had his eyes on the show since it debuted in 2009
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Love him, hate him - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Who more appropriate to lay on the charm without the snake oil than Craig McLachlan, an experienced actor, theatre performer and musician. He has returned from England to spend the next year at home in Sydney playing Bradley with the cast of Rescue
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Craig McLachlan gets Ops spot but no top off - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
He is one of the new leads in Channel 9's Special Rescue Ops, playing businessman Hayden Bradley. He joins Todd Lasance as new signings in the medical emergency drama. McLachlan's last permanent role was on Home and Away in 1990, a few years after he
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Craig McLachlan
  • 2016
    Age 50
    In 2016, McLachlan will appear in the sci-fi thriller Restoration, playing Andrew Majury.
    More Details Hide Details McLachlan has a teenage son from his relationship with British actress and voice artist Charlotte Avery. He was previously married to Karen Williams and fellow Neighbours actress Rachel Friend.
    He has portrayed the title role in The Doctor Blake Mysteries, for which he is nominated for a Logie award in 2016 for Logie Award for Most Popular Actor; he has previously won the award in this category three times.
    More Details Hide Details Craig McLachlan first appeared on Australian television in a guest role on The Young Doctors. He was cast as Henry Ramsay, brother of Kylie Minogue's character Charlene, in Channel 10's Neighbours. After appearing in more than 800 episodes and winning the Gold Logie Award for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television (1990) and Silver Logie, he was contracted to Seven Network's Home and Away playing schoolteacher Grant Mitchell. A singer, guitarist and songwriter, McLachlan enjoyed international success in a concurrent pop music career. He had hits in Australia and the UK with a remake of the Bo Diddley song "I Need You Baby (Mona)" and with self-penned songs "Amanda", "One Reason Why" and "On My Own". He toured the UK and Europe with his band Check 1–2.
  • 2015
    Age 49
    However, McLachlan agreed to take part in the documentary special Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite, which aired in Australia and the UK in March 2015.
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  • 2014
    Age 48
    In December 2014, McLachlan revealed that he was unable to return to Neighbours for the show's 30th anniversary celebrations due to scheduling conflicts and his involvement in The Doctor Blake Mysteries.
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  • 2013
    Age 47
    In 2013, McLachlan was again cast as Frank N Furter in a revival of The Rocky Horror Show touring Australia in 2014.
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  • 2012
    Age 46
    McLachlan returned to Australia in 2012 to work on a then new TV series, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, a period crime drama set in Ballarat in 1959–60.
    More Details Hide Details He plays the title role, Dr Lucien Blake, a medical practitioner with a knack for solving murders and annoying the police. The first two seasons originally screened on ABC Television in 2013 and 2014.
  • 2011
    Age 45
    In 2011, British group Rizzle Kicks sampled McLachlan's version of 'Mona' for their single "Mama Do the Hump", which charted at number two.
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    In 2011 McLachlan had a guest-starring role in an episode of NCIS Los Angeles.
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  • 2004
    Age 38
    In 2004 he played Michael Chamberlain in Through My Eyes, an account of the Lindy Chamberlain story, and began work in the recurring role of Kane Morgan in McLeod's Daughters.
    More Details Hide Details He played Jeff Kennard in the Australian film Hating Alison Ashley, worked alongside Benjamin Bratt and James Franco in The Great Raid. and starred with John Jarratt in Savages Crossing, for which he composed score. McLachlan appeared regularly in the Network Seven TV series Packed to the Rafters as ageing rocker Steve Wilson and was cast in the fourth season of Rescue: Special Ops as Hayden Bradley. He played the role of Steve, the handsome gay gardener, in the award-winning production At Home With Julia, and appeared in the ABC comedy Lowdown.
  • 1993
    Age 27
    In 1993 McLachlan starred as Danny Zuko in the West End revival of the musical Grease alongside Deborah Gibson and Sonia Evans.
    More Details Hide Details In his stage musical career he starred as Frank N Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Bob Wallace in White Christmas and Billy Flynn in Chicago. In the mid-1990s McLachlan starred in three series of the BBC television series Bugs and appeared in Catherine the Great alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones and Omar Sharif. Throughout the first decade of the 21st century, McLachlan appeared in around 20 film and television projects, including the American movie Superfire, as Stuart Diver in the film Hero's Mountain, and Blackjack with Colin Friels.
  • 1965
    Born on September 1, 1965.
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