The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart: Meet the cast of the upcoming miniseries

Everyone featuring in the upcoming miniseries.

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Amazon Prime’s ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’ is an upcoming miniseries that is based on the novel by Australian Author Holly Ringland. The novel follows a young girl and her life at her grandmother’s flower farm which is being adapted by Sarah Lambert into a miniseries. 

Amazon Studios is producing the miniseries along with Made Up Stories. The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart will be released on Amazon Prime Video on August 4, 2023. All 7 parts will be available to stream on the day of release. 

Avatar star Susan Alexandra ‘Sigourney’ Weaver plays the role of June Hart, grandmother to Alice Hart, which is played by Alicia Debnam-Carey. Along with these two actors who play the main characters, here’s a detailed look at the cast of ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’

Sigourney Weaver as June Hart

Susan Alexandra ‘Sigourney’ Weaver is an American actress and a very recognizable face in Hollywood. In her illustrious career, she has received numerous accolades, including a British Academy Award, 2 Golden Globes, a Grammy, and 3 Academy Award Nominations. 

Her rise to fame came from Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979). She is also part of the highest-earning movie franchise ever, Avatar, and is to return in James Cameron’s Avatar 3. Her notable films include Copycat (1995), Vantage Point (2008), and Chappie (2015).

In ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’ she plays the role of the owner of the Flower Farm and grandmother of Alice Hart. 

Sigourney Weaver

Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alice Hart

The Australian actress plays the role of Alice Hart in the show. Alycia is best known for her portrayal of Lexa in ‘The 100’ (2014-2016) and Alicia Clark in ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ (2015-2022). 

Alicia made her debut in 2003 in Rachel Ward’s Australian short drama, ‘Martha’s New Coat’. Her other notable films include, ‘Into the Storm’ (2014), ‘The Devil’s Hand’ (2014), and ‘A Violent Separation’ (2019).

This year she also featured in the Tv show ‘Saint X’ as Emily Thomas. 

Alycia Carey

Asher Keddie as Sally

Asher Keddie is well known for her role as Nina Proudman in the television series Offspring (2010-2017). The Australian actress has won the Logie Award for Most Popular Actress 5 times and will be playing the role of Sally in ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’. 

She has featured on multiple television shows as well as films and has also been a part of theatre shows. ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ (2009), ‘Swinging Safari’ (2018), and Stateless (2020) are some of her notable movies and shows. 

Asher Keddie

Leah Purcell as Twig

The Australian actress, playwright, and film director plays the role of Twig in ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’. Leah made her debut in Paul Fenech’s ‘Somewhere in the Darkness’ (1999). Since then she has been featured in movies such as ‘Lantana’ (2001), ‘Somersault’ (2004), and ‘Jindabyne’ (2006).

Leah has also starred in tv shows like ‘Fallen Angels’ (1997) and Janet King (2016). In 2023, she was announced as a part of the Foxtel/Binge drama High Country as the lead character Andrea Whitford. 

Leah Purcell

Frankie Addams as Candy

Frankie is best known for her role as Bobbie Draper in ‘The Expanse’ (2015-2022) and Ula Levi in ‘Shortland Street’. The Samoan New Zealand actress will be playing the role of Candy in ‘The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart’.

Frankie has also starred in movies such as ‘One Thousand Ropes’ (2017) and ‘Mortal Engines’ (2018).  She has also been featured in the tv series ‘The Expanse’ (2017-2022).

Frankie Addams

Rest of the Cast in The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart

  • Alexander England as John
  • Charlie Vickers as Clem Hart
  • Jack Latorre as young Clem Hart
  • Tilda Cobham-Hervey as Agnes Hart
  • Shareena Clanton as Ruby
  • Sebastian Zurita

Source – Screen Australia

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