Where is the cast of 90s comedy series Frontline now?

Blending invented events with real life events, the show was created ''as a true reflection of the times we live in.''
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Based on the behind the scenes of a fictitious Australian news program in the style of A Current Affair, Frontline was peak Australian humour for the three years it aired from 1994 – 1997.

Blending invented events with real life events, the show was created ”as a true reflection of the times we live in.”

25 years on from the last episode airing, TV Week thought now would be a good time to catch up with the cast of this Aussie classic.

Scroll on nostalgia awaits…

Rob Sitch as Mike Moore

Rob has produced some of your favourite Aussie comedy series.

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As it turns out, Frontline was just the beginning for Rob Sitch.

The funnyman has continued to work as an actor, director, producer, screenwriter and comedian, taking home numerous ARIA, AFI and AACTA awards in the process.

Alongside Working Dog Productions, Rob has produced and written beloved Aussie shows including The Dish (2000), Thank God You’re Here (2006), Utopia (2014 – 2019), Have You Been Paying Attention? (2013 – 2022) and many MANY more.

He’s also starred in an acting capacity in many of his own productions, most recently in Utopia.

He is currently married to Jane Kennedy with whom he shares five children.

Jane Kennedy as Brooke Vadenerg

Jane is one half of a powerhouse producer duo.

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If you didn’t already realise, Jane is the real-life wife of fellow Frontline comedian Rob Sitch with whom she co-produced and wrote numerous television programs including The Dish (2000) and The Castle (1997).

She hasn’t acted as much as her husband, her most recent role being in a six-episode arc of House Husbands (2015), but did turn to a career in radio from 2017 – 2020 where she co-hosted Kennedy Molly, the national drive show on Triple M alongside long time comedy colleague Mick Molly.

In 2021, Jane resigned in order to spend more time with her family.

She has also released numerous cookbooks including Fabulous Food Minus the Boombah (2009), OMG! I Can Eat That (2010) and One Dish Two Ways and more recently The Big Book of Fabulous Food.

Tiriel Mora as Martin di Stasio

Tiriel has made his way to Hollywood…

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After calling cut on the last episode of Frontline, Tiriel has kept remarkably busy with countless guest roles in numerous local Aussie television productions such as All Saints, Janet King (2014), Love Child (2016) and Home and Away (2018).

He has also appeared in several Hollywood movies, including The Wolverine (2013) and Gods of Egypt (2016).

Alison Whyte as Emma Ward

Alison is also an award winning stage actress.

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Alison is another former Frontline actress who has kept herself in the spotlight with starring roles in the likes of Good Guys Bad Guys (1997 – 1998), Marshall Law (2002), Satisfaction (2007 – 2010) and plenty more.

Her acting skills have also been put to good use in numerous stage productions including Richard III and The Bloody Chamber for which she has been nominated and won Helpmann Awards.

She is married to fellow actor Fred Whitlock with whom she shares two children.

Santo Cilauro as Geoffrey Salter

As an actor, producer and comedian, Santo is a certified triple threat.

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Much like Rob and Jane, Santo is a celebrated comedy producer, working on the likes of series such as The Panel (1998 – 2007), Thank God You’re Here (2006 – 2009), Utopia (2014 – 2019) and Have You Been Paying Attention? (2013 – 2022).

He has also acted in a guest role capacity across the likes of Pacific Heat (2016-2017), Utopia (2014), The Hollowmen (2008), and even on an episode of True Story with Hamish & Andy (2018).

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