Miles Buchanan

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Miles Buchanan (born 1966) is an Australian actor. He is the brother of Simone and Beth Buchanan.

He was a popular actor as a child and young man, winning a Logie in 1979 for his performance in the TV movie A Good Thing Going.[1] However his career was hurt by social phobia and depression.[2] His mother wrote a book about his experiences, called The Wings of Madness.[3]

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  • Secret Valley,
  • Runaway Island,
  • Home Sweet Home,
  • Young Doctors,
  • A Country Practice,
  • The Sullivans,
  • Sons and Daughters,
  • Hosted The Mike Walsh Show during the International Year of the Child,
  • A Good Thing Going (won Logie for Best Juvenile Performer,)
  • The Girl From Tomorrow,
  • Newsfront,
  • Dangerous Game,
  • Bliss,
  • Flying Doctors,
  • The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole,
  • Brighton Beach Memoirs,
  • Biloxi Blues,
  • Broadway Bound,
  • Torchsong Trilogy,
  • The Restless years,
  • The Marriage of Figaro,
  • Midsummer Night's Dream,
  • Once In a Lifetime,
  • Possession
  • Carson's Law
  • Skyways
  • Cop Shop
  • Young Ramsey

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