Fergus McPhail

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Fergus McPhail
Written byDavid McRobbie
Directed byJean-Pierre Mignon
Jeffrey Walker
StarringSean Ohlendorf
Michael Harrison
Jessie Jacobs
Heli Simpson
Megan Harrington
Marcus Costello
Steven Bahnsen
Reg Gorman
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Production
Running time25 minutes
Production company(s)Burberry Productions
Release
Original networkNetwork Ten
Original release2 January – 25 June 2004

Fergus McPhail is an Australian children's comedy series that was released on Network Ten in 2004.

Plot summary[edit]

Fergus McPhail stumbles from crisis to crisis, mostly of his own making. His irrationally optimistic alter-ego acts as his conscience. The comedy series charts a year in the life of teenage Fergus McPhail at home with his erratic family, at school, among friends, and at play.

Cast List[edit]

  • Sean Ohlendorf as Fergus McPhail
  • Michael Harrison as Lambert Apanolty
  • Brett Swain as Dad
  • Tammy McCarthy as Moira McPhail (Mum)
  • Miriam Glaser as Senga McPhail
  • Jessie Jacobs as Jennifer McPhail
  • Megan Harrington as Angela Dayton
  • Heli Simpson as Sophie Bartolemeo
  • Marcus Costello as Richard Nixon-Claverhouse
  • Reg Gorman as Harry Patterson
  • John Williams as Thomas
  • Nicholas Turner as Kevin
  • Martin Sharpe as David
  • Damien Bodie as Leon
  • Alex Tsitsopoulos as Angelo
  • Steven Bahnsen as Declan Parker
  • Joy Westmore as Mrs Vance
  • Chris Hemsworth as Craig
  • Heidi Valkenburg as Maddie
  • Carla Perone as Baby Sophie

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