McLeod's Daughters

That Time My Brother Threw A Dead Snake On Me

Self-described "inner-city girl," Bridie Carter, shares her similarities to her character, Tess. "My father always had a connection to the countryside and the bush. So we had a house in the country from when I was a very little girl...But you know, it's very different visiting the bush to actually living and breathing it."

That Time My Brother Threw A Dead Snake On Me


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