You have to be in it to win it!


It's that time of year again where we acknowledge the very best in Australian television with the TV Week Logie Awards! There's a spectacular line-up of talent for 2017 over a range of categories. Since we are celebrating all things Aussie, it was a MUST to break up our nominees into their home state. Want to know if your favourite actor or personality is from the same place as you? Check out the list below! 

Silver: Best Presenter

Carrie Bickmore
The Project

There's no doubt Carrie is an absolute star. She won the Gold Logie in 2015, but that hasn't kept her away from being nominated once again! She's a co-host on Network Ten's The Project alongside Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar. Could she win Best Presenter in 2017? 


Silver: Most Outstanding Supporting Actor

Ben Oxenbould
Deep Water

Ben plays Chris Toohey, as revered rugby league player who may have had links to past crimes in SBS crime drama series, Deep Water - where two detectives investigate the murder of a gay man. He's know for playing Ben Hubner in Hey Dad...! Years later he's still doing well for himself - well enough for a Logie nomination! 


Damon Herriman
Secret City

He plays Kim Gordon in Secret City, a senior ASD analyst transgender woman who was previously married to Harriet (Anna Torv). A role which may be controversial to some was done in good taste by Damon. Let's see if he can win Most Outstanding Supporting Actor! 


Silver: Most Outstanding Supporting Actress

Deborah Mailman
Wolf Creek

She's come a long way since Playschool! Deborah Mailman is a household name in Australia. We've seen her work in The Sapphires, Rabbit-Proof Fence, Offspring and many more. She's up for Most Outstanding Supporting Actress for her role in Stan's mini-series, Wolf Creek, where she played Bernadette. 


Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer 

Tilda Cobham-Hervey 
The Kettering Incident

Tilda is nominated for Most Outstanding Newcomer for her role in The Kettering Incident. Here she plays Eliza Grayson, whose best friend goes missing in Kettering, a small town in Tasmania. She's killing it with her performances, so hopefully this is her time to shine! 

Honourable Mentions

Best New Talent

Hayley Magnus
The Wrong Girl

Best New Talent & Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer

Rob Collins
Cleverman/The Wrong Girl

Shalom Brune-Franklin
Doctor Doctor

Most Outstanding Actor

Noah Taylor
Deep Water

Silver: Most Outstanding Actress

Danielle Cormack

Silver: Most Outstanding Actress & Gold Logie: Best Personality on Australian Television

Jessica Marais
Love Child

Most Outstanding Supporting Actor

Rick Donald
800 Words

Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer

Elias Anton

Geraldine Hakewill