High Flyers (Australian TV series)

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High Flyers
Created byDavid Ogilvy
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52
Production
Running time25 minutes
Release
Audio formatStereo
Original release1999 – 2000

High Flyers is an Australian children's television series which first screened on the Seven Network in 1999. The series ran for two seasons and was aimed at children and teenagers. It was produced by Southern Star Entertainment.

Premise[edit]

High Flyers follows the adventures and triumphs of a group of children as they discover and develop their talents in an extraordinary children's circus. Luke and Phoebe move to the country but the first impressions of their new home aren't encouraging until they discover the town has its own circus, managed by Caz.

Cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Bartholomew Nash as Trevor
  • Algin Abella as Kyet Nguyen
  • Katy Brinson as Sarah
  • Denise Briskin as Taya
  • Christopher Brown as Steve
  • Zane Elvis De Courcy as Mitchell "Mitch" Price
  • Serge De Nardo as Pablo
  • Carmelina Di Guglielmo as Rosa
  • Hannah Greenwood as Dallas
  • Talia Krape as Carmen Price
  • Scott Mackenzie as Simmo
  • Nikolai Nikolaeff as Nick
  • Alex Menglet as Alexi
  • Bonnie Piesse as Donna
  • Rhona Rees as Charlie

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