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Storyline

Set inside the offices of the "Nation Building Authority", a newly created government organization responsible for overseeing major infrastructure projects, Utopia explores that moment when bureaucracy and grand dreams collide. It's a tribute to those political leaders who have somehow managed to take a long-term vision and use it for short-term gain. The eight-part series follows the working lives of a tight-knit team in charge of guiding big building schemes from announcement to unveiling. Constant shifts in priorities are the order of the day as the staff are asked to come up with plans for everything from new roads and rail lines to airports and high rise urban developments. In short, Utopia examines the forces that go into creating a very well-designed white elephant.

Country: Australia

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: August 13, 2014

Also Known As: Utopia (AU), UtopiaУтопия, Dreamland, Utopia Australia |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (G)

Genres

Plot Keywords

politics
political satire
government employee
sitcom
federal government
workplace comedy
government waste
government agency

Company Credits

Production Co: Working Dog

Cast

Doug Bowles
as Colonel
Roger Neave
as Group Member 2
Christine Lancaster
as Defence Expert
Nina Oyama
as Courtney
Claudia Teh
as eCard TVC
Rod Mullinar
as Sunlink VO/Voice-Over
Damian Vuleta
as Businessman 1
Luke McGregor
as Hugh
Anh Do
as Self
Brigette Warne
as Isabelle
Gaby Seow
as Anne
Renee Billinghurst
as Renee
Patrick Nicholls
as Air Con Man/Courier/Greg - Corporate Video
Courtenay Cameron
as Vox Pop
Christopher Brown
as Photographer
Zen McGrath
as Daniel
Stacey Gradovich
as Ranger
Ilana Charnelle
as Auslan Interpreter
Richard Davine
as Camera Man
Andy Chislett
as Stuart
Dhruv Malge
as eCard TVC
Kitty Flanagan
as Rhonda
Jay Mueller
as VOs
Andy Matthews
as Lloyd/Poject Leader
Yesse Spence
as Rina
Luke D'Emanuele
as Press Photographer
Robyn Arthur
as Eileen
Joel Phibbs
as eCard TVC
Vanessa Crouch
as Waitress
Anna-Mai Hoek
as Mum - eCard TVC
James Liotta
as Courier
Dave O'Neil
as Nathan
Mick Alford
as Frank
Vachel Spirason
as Stefanos
Steen Raskopoulos
as Ethan
Kandice Joy
as Smart Student
Amanda Armstrong
as Bronwyn VO
Steve Mouzakis
as Cyclist 2
Andrew Bayly
as Director
Simone Ball
as Paramedic
Dilruk Jayasinha
as Ashan
Nicholas Gunn
as Aiden
Phoebe Roberts
as Make-Up Person
Ben Nicholas
as Kostas
William Ewing
as Liam
Erik Chess
as Narrator
Rachel Kamath
as Rahjee
Charles Kovees
as eCard TVC
Sally McLean
as Stacey
Louise Crawford
as Simone
David Serafin
as Local Man
Josette Bradley
as Woman
Katrina Conder
as Mother
Rommel Daroya
as Actor
Dave Lawson
as Scott
Patrick Harvey
as Adam
Neil Melville
as Ken
Philip Lau
as Mr. Tseow
Lucy Barrett
as Accountant #3
Andrea Powell
as Union Official
Ante Kreso
as Defence Expert
Rebecca Fortuna
as Bec
Hamish Blake
as Self
Ferdinand Hoang
as Translator
Lee Ton
as Rick
Jamie Robertson
as Brian/Security Guard
Naomi Higgins
as Sacha
Richi Madan
as Prakash De Silva
Jonathan Schuster
as Lachlan
Peter Houghton
as Chairman
David Lennie
as Alan
Paul Denny
as Dennis
Stephen Jenkins
as Lindsay
Rose Flanagan
as Council Officer
Josh Glane
as Garry
Ben Palma
as Student 1
Bri Cohen
as Smart Fund Dancer
Aaron Cartwright
as VOs/Voice-Over
Gavin Van Der Meer
as Businessman 2
Tim Potter
as Patrick
Gregory Caine
as Chief of Staff
Hunter Stanford
as Lachie
Jeanette Coppolino
as Extra: Office Worker
Sam Gaskin
as Stage Manager
Mike McLeish
as Brad Harper
Adam May
as Senator #2
Miranda Meates
as Make-Up Artist
Genevieve Brock
as Staff Member
Rowan Francis
as Ranger
John Burgos
as Translator
Natalie Carr
as Monica
Tim O'Dwyer
as Focus Group
Amy Lehpamer
as Sarah
Jody Lee Harris
as Receptionist
Christine Kaman
as First Speaker
Justin Kennedy
as Matt
Maude Davey
as Joan
Sean Rees-Wemyss
as Kasey
Simon Mallory
as Brian
David Todman
as Moderator
Danny McGinlay
as Fast Post Attendant
Tony Nikolakopoulos
as Mr. Papagenous
Damian Oehme
as John
Gary Gartside
as Party Director
Wyatt Madeley
as Smart Fund Dancer
Raf Epstein
as Radio Presenter/Unhinged Announcer
Brenda Palmer
as Group Member 1
Robin Brown
as Bec's New Boyfriend
Joanna Lemin
as Masseuse
Harris Sultan
as Delegate 2
Tom Budge
as Martin
John Flaus
as Voice Over
Nick Cain
as Terry
Sunday Barca Irving
as Waitress
Jason Buckley
as Painter 1
Freya List
as Accountant #1
Natalie Saleeba
as Melanie
Ayla Grant
as Student 2
Brandon Anderson
as Smart Fund Dancer
Monty Burgess
as Waiter
Vivienne Gorman
as Caterer
Rik Brown
as Garry/Voice on Phone
Susan Strafford
as Focus Group
Fiona Choi
as Lucy
Nick Russell
as Damian
Tony Ting
as Singaporean Host
Nick Backstrom
as Man in Helmet
Ben Anderson
as Peter
Warren Davies
as Local Resident
Colin Lane
as Ollie
Xavier Muhlebach
as Vox Pop
Fabienne Parr
as Lauren
Scott Terrill
as Expert
Toby Truslove
as Karsten
Roger Oakley
as Chairman Independent Board
Mahalia Brown
as Teacher
Bryce Hardy
as David
Carlos Uzcategvi
as Peruvian Delegate
Celia Pacquola
as Nat
Jennifer B. Ashley
as Kristen
John McCullough
as Principal
Nicholas Denton
as Jamie
James Saunders
as Marcus
Chris Brown
as Self
Adam Murphy
as Cyclist 1
Simon Hall
as Chairman
Julia Morris
as Self
Paul David-Goddard
as Voice-Over
Dylan Cole
as Jason
Georgia Bolton
as Louise
Dennis Coard
as Major General
Michael Norman
as Archbishop
Meg Hoult
as VOs
Hester van der Vyver
as Attendant
Nick Farnell
as Brigadier General
Kenneth Radley
as Colonel
Chris Fortuna
as Manhattan
Mike McEvoy
as Jeremy
Kim Ko
as Focus Group
Hwa Goh
as Photographer
Rob Sitch
as Tony
Kate Gorman
as Carol
Greg Pandelidis
as George
Brendan Bacon
as Homeless Guy
Michelle Lim Davidson
as Amy
Georgia Alagona
as Smart Fund Dancer
Franklyn Ajaye
as Marvin Hudfield
Tom Gleisner
as Brian
Will Weatheritt
as Nick
Lucia Smyrk
as Moderator
Tim McDonald
as Justin
Luisa Hastings Edge
as Allison
Michael Shafar
as Phil
Adam Morgan
as Paul
David Woods
as Senator #1
Alexandra Keddie
as Julia
Fleur Murphy
as Angela
Ben Lomas
as CEO
James Schaw
as Motivational Speaker
Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann
as Jim
Santo Cilauro
as Window Guy
Fabio Motta
as Joel
Peter Rowley
as Aged Care Secretary
David Whiteley
as TVC Narration
Bradley Hall
as Brad
Clarke Richards
as Colin
Adrian Mulraney
as TVC Voice-Over
Paul DeFreitas
as Minister
Damien Power
as Brendan
Michael Rawnsley
as Museum Curator
Heidi Valkenburg
as Rebecca
Chris Broadstock
as Theo
Lloyd Bissell
as Second Speaker
Jake Pike
as Anders Ridstrom
Harlene Hercules
as Child Protection Officer
Darren Mort
as Police Officer
Hannah Daniel
as Audience Member
Drew Tingwell
as Immigration Officer
Louise Sundvall
as Scuba Instructor
Sun Park
as Kirsten
Stephen Travers
as Courier
Matty Morris
as Voice Over
Elena Mandalis
as Marissa
Farah Mak
as Comms Team 2
Hayley Butcher
as Marni/Marnie
Tamara Oudyn
as Self/Newsreader/VO
Dinesh Mathew
as Delegate 1/Voice on the Phone
Jim Daly
as Bert
Stan Roach
as Colin
Rhett Hughes
as Cameron
Shannon Bennett
as Self
Cassandra Magrath
as Union Rep
Lee Beckhurst
as Marcus
Steven Carroll
as Senator
Paul Verhoeven
as Lucas
Craig Roy Willis
as Employee
Ria Yazaki
as Sumi Okahiro
Stacey Thomson
as Ranger Stacey
John Leung
as Brendan
Lucy Ansell
as Secretary
Michelle Brasier
as Lauren
Jason Geary
as Kevin
Josie Steele
as Renee - Corporate Video
Stuart Daulman
as Stuart
Lorraine Hall
as Calendar Aunty
Jan Di Pietro
as Jarryd
Khaled Khalafalla
as Stage Manager
Evie Oster
as Maryanne
Ella Hooper
as Self
Andrew Blackman
as Bruce Dennis QC
Miriam Glaser
as Claire
Dane Simpson
as Road Construction Worker
Emma-Louise Wilson
as Katie
Jim Russell
as Health Department Secretary
Cameron James
as Robert
Louise Siversen
as Linda Hillier
Anthony Parisella
as Mr. Hernandez
Jackson Tozer
as Park Ranger
Elliot Cyngler
as Waiter
Lee Simon
as Voice-Over
Rebecca Massey
as Beverley
Sophie Stewart
as Accountant #2
Sam Bowden
as Archeologist
Roy Barker
as Minister
Brett Swain
as Defence Official
Charlie Mycroft
as Comms Team 1

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2014 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2015 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 4

2019 | 8 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards 2015

Winner

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards

Best Television Comedy Series

Nominee

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards

Best Performance in a Television Comedy

Nominee

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards

Best Television Comedy Series

Nominee

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards

Best Screenplay in Television

Winner

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards

Best Performance in a Television Comedy

Logie Awards 2015

Winner

Logie Awards

Most Outstanding Comedy Program

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