Basia A'Hern

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Basia A'Hern
Born Basia A'Hern
(1989-11-25) 25 November 1989 (age 28)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–2008

Basia A'Hern (born 25 November 1989) is an Australian film, television, and stage actress.

On stage, Basia has played the role of Little Cosette in the Sydney leg of the 1997–1999 Les Misérables Australasian Tour.

A'Hern made her television debut in 2001, guesting as Cyntrina in the Farscape episode "...Different Destinations".

She has also appeared as Rose Hall-Smith, Stevie Hall's daughter, on the popular Australian drama McLeod's Daughters. She also played the roles of Lyndz in The Sleepover Club, Kate King in Don't Blame Me and Sasha in Double Trouble. In 2002 A'Hern played Kate Henley in Disappearance, a film about a strange old ghost town.

In 2008, she played Lucia Jones in the BBC-commissioned Australian soap opera Out of the Blue.

She attended St Scholastica's College in Glebe Point and the International Grammar School in Ultimo.


List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Note
2001 Farscape Cyntrina TV series (1 episode)
Super Glue and Angel's Wings Viola TV-short
2002 Disappearance Kate Henley Film
2002–2003 Don't Blame the Koalas Kate King TV series (26 episodes)
2003 The Pact Brittany Vickson Film
The Sleepover Club Lyndsey Collins TV series (26 episodes)
2004–2008 McLeod's Daughters Rose Hall TV series (15 episodes)
2008 Bitter & Twisted Lisa Lombard Film
Out of the Blue Lucia Jones TV series (54 episodes)
Double Trouble Sasha TV series (12 episodes)

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