“It would be nothing for us to film a dance sequence for a whole day, and it might be dozens and dozens of takes on multiple shots. Xenia and I had probably the biggest dance storylines, and we were working with company dancers, so we were flying down to Melbourne every second week to work with the Melbourne Ballet Company…
“It was 2.30 in the morning and I said to her, ‘If you could make any show in the whole world, what would it be?
It was really sad not to have him in Season 3 and REALLY sad not to have him back for the movie, but I think we made the right decision about who to kill.” “We have a Whatsapp group… “We’d finish filming and all go to someone’s house and get takeaway and watch TV together.
It sounds like a cliché but we really are a close family.
He says he related to Tara’s journey in Dance Academy because like him, she has to rethink her dreams.
“The pursuit of something is wonderful, but wrapping your entire identity up in that dream, you take on a huge amount of risk,” he tells Buzz Feed.