The Secrets She Keeps cast: Who stars in the BBC drama?

AUSTRALIAN drama The Secrets She Keeps returns to our screens again TONIGHT (July 20).

The drama is based on a book that took inspiration from a real life hospital kidnap.

Here's who you can expect to see in the cast of The Secrets She Keeps.

Laura Carmichael as Agatha Fyfle

Laura Carmichael is most famous for her role in Downton Abbey, playing Lady Edith.

She's also been in Marcella and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

In The Secrets She Keeps, Agatha becomes obsessed by Meghan, who seems to have a perfect life, to the point where she begins stalking her.

Jessica De Gouw as Meghan Shaughnessey

Taking on the other lead character is Australian actress Jessica De Gouw.

The actress moved to Los Angeles for her best known role in Arrow.

At 32 years old she has played a range of characters, even starring in a version of Dracula.

Michael Dorman as Jack Shaughnessey

Michael Dorman, 39, is from New Zealand.

He's had success on US television, as he's best known for his roles in For All Mankind and Patriot.

The Secrets She Keeps star got his big break in 2002 when cast in Australian show The Secret Life Of Us.

Ryan Corr as Simon Beecher

Ryan Corr is from Melbourne, Australia, and is 31 years old.

The actor isknown for starring in Australian drama series Packed To The Rafters and Love Child.

He's also been in films such as Wolf Creek 2, The Water Diviner and Holding The Man.

Cariba Heine as Grace

Cariba Heine is an Australian-South African actress who began her career in children's TV.

She played a mermaid in H20: Just Add Water before starring in the crime film A Model Daughter: The Killing Of Caroline Byrne.

Cariba is also a dancer.

Richard Sydenham as Nick Fyfle

Though only playing a minor character, Richard Sydenham is no stranger to our screens.

Best known for The Matrix Revolutions, Home and Away and Love Child, and now The Secrets She Keeps.

Nick is thought to be the only family member of Agatha that we meet in the show.

Other actors you can expect to see in the six part drama include:

  • Michael Sheasby, famous for other Australian set drama The Luminaries
  • Elizabeth Alexander, who has appeared in Home and Away
  • Henry McWilliam, a child actor
  • Eva Greenwood, who is making her screen debut
  • Emily Havea, who's worked across TV, theatre and film
  • Jenni Baird, her biggest show so far has been A Place To Call Home
  • Hazem Shammas, an award-winning actor
  • Heather Mitchell, who featured in The Great Gatsby
  • Candice Storey, who you can see in The Inbetweeners 2
  • Alan Dukes, an actor and writer

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