Tasma joins City Homicide

tasma-roveActress Tasma Walton has landed a regular gig on City Homicide.

She will play profiler Det-Sen-Sgt Claudia Leigh on the Seven show, which returns to screens next Sunday night, starting with a handful of episodes the network held over from 2008.

The role will recur over the season, something that attracted her to the part.

“After three years of (Blue) Heelers I decided that I didn’t want to do a regular gig again,” Walton told the Sunday Herald Sun.

She also had a role in Nine’s telemovie Little Oberon, but it didn’t proceed to series.

“The beauty of Claudia Leigh is that she comes and goes,” she said.

Also joining the team this year is actress Nadia Townsend.

In its new Sunday 8:30pm home, City Homicide will ironically end up competing with TEN’s Rove, Walton’s partner.

“I don’t really keep my eye on that kind of stuff,” she said.

Source: Sunday Herald Sun

4 Comments:

  1. I think if you watched the show from the start then you would know that the characters have developed, and that it really is a good show. The character of Duncan is still dealing with his girlfriend Claire’s death in season 2 when he started seeing someone else= character development. Matt moves in with his girlfriend, to get rid of his past life (mum’s death, his father was a constant reminder of that) = character development. Simon not having a girlfriend and trying to grow up (after cheating with the boss’ wife)= character development. Jennifer being single and working full time and not having a family, and how that it what she wanted, Stanely and his wife getting a divorce and him moving on, and trying to get over the death of his stillborn child. I think that there has been character development. David: do you know if the filming on the third season has started yet?

  2. I don’t mind this show, and can see it being a very solid performer on Sunday’s. But I agree there should be a lot more character development by now.

    Tasma v Rove = awkward!

  3. I don’t want to be the one who always points out typos, but “She will play profiler Det-Sen-Sgt Claudia Leigh on the Seven show, which returns to screens next Sunday night, starting with a handful of episodes the network held over from 2007.”

    I think that should be 2008

    As for CH, caught an ep, it was alright. Better than The Strip but the characters could afford to be developed a lot better

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