Michelle Law is an actor and writer working across film, TV, theatre and print. As a screenwriter, she won an Australian Writers’ Guild AWGIE award for her interactive media work and her short films have screened on television as well as at festivals locally and abroad (St Kilda Film Festival, Flickerfest, LA Shorts Fest, BAPFF). Her debut stage play Single Asian Female premiered at La Boite Theatre Company in 2017 to sold out audiences and is currently enjoying a bumper second run at Belvoir St Theatre. Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Creative Writing) from Queensland University of Technology and studied comedy improv at The Second City in Chicago and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York.

Homecoming Queens is her first on-screen role.



A dynamic and versatile actor, Liv Hewson can currently be seen starring in Netflix’s hit comedy series, SANTA CLARITA DIET opposite Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant. Hewson plays “Abby”, a rebellious teenager whose life is dramatically changed when her mother (Barrymore) dies and comes back with a taste for human flesh. Hewson was also seen starring alongside Zoey Deutch in the big screen adaptation of the bestselling young adult novel, BEFORE I FALL. The film premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and was released by Open Road and Awesomeness Films on March 3rd, 2017. Additionally, Hewson appeared in the second season of Jane Campion’s critically acclaimed crime-drama, TOP OF THE LAKE. Elisabeth Moss and Nicole Kidman also star in the series, which was released by BBC and Sundance TV in the fall of 2017. More Australian work to be announced. Previously, Hewson was seen in the 2016 original Viki series DRAMAWORLD, starring as “Claire”, a 20-year-old college student who suddenly finds herself in her favourite Korean drama due to a strange twist of the supernatural. Originally from Canberra, Australia, Hewson now splits equal time between Los Angeles and Melbourne.



Taylor burst on to the Sydney theatre scene in 2013 in the title role of the Belvoir St Theatre production of Miss Julie Her performance garnered her a nomination for Best Newcomer at the Sydney Theatre Awards in 2014.

Taylor’s work in notable film and television productions include the feature films The Turning: Damaged Goods and Strangerland; the tele-movie The Killing Field with Rebecca Gibney; the U.S. series Camp with Rachel Griffiths; the popular ABC series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries; and the ABC’s critically acclaimed series Cleverman.

In 2016 Taylor received outstanding reviews for her performance in the Old Fitz Theatre production of Belleville where she stepped in at late notice with only five days rehearsal. This production was followed by The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, also at the Old Fitz Theatre. In the same year Taylor won a Sydney Theatre Award as Best Actress in a Supporting Role in an Independent Production for her role as Rita in Good Works for Darlinghurst Theatre Company.

Taylor’s more recent theatre roles include the Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2016 production of Jasper Jones, directed by Sam Strong, where she played dual roles of sisters Eliza and Laura Wishart; the Belvoir St. Theatre comedy The Rover; followed  by Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts alongside Pamela Rabe. Taylor will soon be seen on screen again in SBS’s online dramedy series Homecoming Queens.


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George Zhao is an award-winning actor working across film, TV and theatre. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Dramatic Art in 2013 he has performed in leading roles in Monkey Tales (Monkey Baa Theatre Company) and in the sold out season ofThe Screw Tape Letters (Twisted Tree Theatre Company), which toured nationally in 2016 and 2017. He also performed in Opera Australia’s 2015 production of Aida.

This year, George won Best Guest Actor at the LA Web Film Festival for his role in the short film "It Came from Outer Suburbia", and an MEAA Best Ensemble Cast for comedy for his ongoing role as Andrew Law in the hit SBS show The Family Law. Recently George completed filming the SBS series Homecoming Queens, a third season of Family Law, the Jack Irish series and performed in Sport for Jove's summer season as the lead in Servant of Two Masters.

George works extensively in Commedia dell’Arte, specializing in physical theatre, puppetry and mask work. He is based in Sydney.