Love My Way

Love My Way is a Logie Award-winning and critically acclaimed Australian television drama program.wikipedia
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Claudia Karvan

Ms Claudia Karvan
Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook.
Claudia Karvan (born 19 May 1972 ) is an Australian actress, best known for her roles in the television series The Secret Life of Us, Newton's Law and Love My Way.

John Edwards (producer)

John Edwards
Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook.
His series credits include Les Norton (ABC), Party Tricks, Puberty Blues, Offspring, Rush (Network Ten), Love My Way, Tangle, Dangerous (Foxtel), The Secret Life of Us (Network Ten, Channel 4 UK), Police Rescue (ABC, BBC), The Surgeon (Network Ten), Fireflies (ABC), Big Sky (Network Ten) and Stringer (ABC).

Brendan Cowell

Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook. In its four years, the series was nomination for a total of 25 ASTRAs including nominations for stars Alex Cook, Brendan Cowell and Ben Mendelsohn.
His most famous acting role is playing the enigmatic Tom on Australian cable TV's Love My Way, for which he also wrote several episodes, and playing Todd for the first two seasons on Life Support on SBS TV, for which he also wrote sketches.

Sam Worthington

Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook.
He was well known in Australia for his role as Howard in the acclaimed Australian TV series Love My Way, in which he played the main love interest of the female lead.

Asher Keddie

Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook.
Keddie's big break came in 2004, where she had a leading role in Love My Way, a drama series airing on Foxtel.

Max Cullen

He has appeared in many Australian films and television series but is best known for his role in the film Spider and Rose and the television series The Flying Doctors, Secret Valley and Love My Way.

Gillian Jones

Gillian Jones (born 19 April 1947) is an Australian actress from Newcastle, New South Wales who is best known for appearances in Twelfth Night, Oscar and Lucinda, Last Train to Freo and the role of Di Paige in the television series Love My Way.

Claire van der Boom

Of Dutch ancestry, she first became known to Australian audiences for her roles in the TV series Love My Way and East West 101.

Sam Parsonson

He went on to appear in the critically acclaimed Australian drama series Love My Way for two seasons.

Daniel Wyllie

Dan Wyllie
Produced by John Edwards and Claudia Karvan, Love My Way starred Karvan, Sam Worthington, Dan Wyllie, Asher Keddie, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Cook.
From 2005 – 2007, he had the role of Charlie Jackson in the drama series Love My Way, for which he received a Silver Logie for "Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series" in 2004.

Adelaide Clemens

She was nominated for a Logie Award in 2008 for her role in the television series Love My Way.

AACTA Awards

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It won the AFI award for Best Television Drama Series for each of its three seasons (2004–2007).
Producer John Edwards, who collected seven nominations for Foxtel's Love My Way, did not enter a second drama series, The Surgeon, because it missed the screening deadline.

Ben Mendelsohn

In its four years, the series was nomination for a total of 25 ASTRAs including nominations for stars Alex Cook, Brendan Cowell and Ben Mendelsohn.
In 2007, Mendelsohn starred in the third season of the TV series Love My Way and in 2008, he appeared in Baz Luhrmann's Australia.

Damon Herriman

Herriman is known to Australian audiences for playing Claudia Karvan's workmate and friend George Wagstaffe in the critically acclaimed Foxtel series Love My Way; as Marcus Dwyer in the ABC comedy, Laid; as simpleton Reg in the Australian feature, 100 Bloody Acres; as well as the title role in the ABC telemovie, The Outlaw Michael Howe.

5Star

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Love My Way was aired as a primetime show in the UK on Five's spin-off channel Five Life (Now Fiver).
Channel 5 announced that programming on launch would include The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Love My Way, Windfall, Angela's Eyes, and a weekday double-bill of the chat show Trisha Goddard.

Sacha Horler

The more significant of these were the Australian Broadcasting Corporation comedy TV series Grass Roots in 2000 and 2003, the miniseries Changi in 2001, TV series drama CrashBurn and science fiction drama Farscape in 2003, and drama series headLand and the critically acclaimed Love My Way in 2006.

Justine Clarke

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She also played the leading role in the Australian medical drama The Surgeon and appeared in the third season of the critically acclaimed Australian TV Drama series Love My Way, as Simone, the estranged sister of Asher Keddie's Julia.

Lynette Curran

On television she played Brenda Jackson in the Love My Way, and acted in Underbelly: The Golden Mile and Cleverman.

SoHo (Australian TV channel)

SoHoWW. Channel
During the second season it was moved to W. Channel.
W screened original Australian programming such as Beauty and the Beast, Love My Way, From Here to Maternity and Studio A with Simon Burke.

Logie Awards

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Love My Way is a Logie Award-winning and critically acclaimed Australian television drama program.

Sydney

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Set in Sydney, Love My Way was about a group of 30-somethings dealing with the ups and downs of life.

The Secret Life of Us

Secret Life of Us
When the series was launched, much was made of the connection between Love My Way and The Secret Life of Us: both sharing a star, as well as significant creative talent (Edwards and Perske both were involved in Secret Life, as were series writers like Tony McNamara).

The Psychedelic Furs

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On first airing, the theme song originally by The Psychedelic Furs, this time covered by Magic Dirt, played over the title sequence.

Magic Dirt

Adam Robertson
On first airing, the theme song originally by The Psychedelic Furs, this time covered by Magic Dirt, played over the title sequence.