This document is part of the Ocean Girl Archive — Last update: 2016-05-14 — sourcemeta


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This is an attempt to archive all available documents which deal with “Ocean Girl”.

Currently this archive contains old web-pages, some pictures and converted PDF documents. These documents are not just a copy of the original sources. In many cases I merged or splitted documents and corrected some things like misspellings, translations or typographic issues to improve the quality and readability of the document. Most content is in english, but some documents in german (marked with [de]) are available, too.

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There’s a small page about “Ocean Girl” on my personal website available (1 2 [de]). I made some vector art and scanned the dvd covers.



This section contains biographies of

  • Cassandra Magrath (1 2 [de])
  • David Hoflin (1 2 [de] 3 4)
  • Jeffrey Walker (1 2 [de] 3)
  • Jeremy Angerson (1 2 [de])
  • Joelene Crnogorac (1 2 [de])
  • Kerry Armstrong (1 2 [de])
  • Lauren Hewett (1 2 [de])
  • Marzena Godecki (1 2 [de] 3)
  • Sudi de Winter (1 2 [de])

and their (incomplete) filmografies. As well as character descriptions of


There is a book called “Ocean Girl”. The content is comparable to the first season. Here are all chapters in english (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 epub). There is an unofficial german translation available (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17) [de]. As well as the first chapter [de] taken from the official german translation. The german translation has been released in two parts called “Ocean Girl: Das Mädchen aus dem Meer” and “Ocean Girl: Die Sprache der Wale”. Please read the copyright notes (1 [de] 2).

Judith Kenyon novelized season two (Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14), three (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27) and four (Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Final notes). There’s an epub version of all seasons available too.


Many people wrote episode guides which contain more or less detailed descriptions of what’s happening in episode one (1 2 3 4 [de] 5 6), two (1 2 3 4 [de] 5), three (1 2 3 4 [de] 5) and four (1 2 3 4 [de] 5 [de] 6). You might want to have a look at the german episode descriptions written by ZDF [de].

I found an old treatment written by Peter Hepworth for season three. It describes what might have happened in season three. Note that Lena Hellegren is called Greta and Benny Malkowitch’s name is Tommy. If you want to have a look at the source of this OCR’ed text go to the gallery.


The “Lapis Dreams” stories are available, too: “The Children”, “Changing Tide”, “Treasure” and “To The Stars”.

More fan-fiction is available at


And last but not least: Do you watch too much “Ocean Girl”, don’t you? :)


“Savant” captured the subtitles from TV and other people added the corresponding names.


Short texts and summaries of “Ocean Girl” can be found here. (1 [de] 2 3 4 5 6)

There are some old description pages from Ten and ZDF [de] available, too. Both deal with season four.

You might want to read what others think about the series. Some reviews: 1 [de] 2.

What happened to…?

Brooke “Mikey” Anderson (Cass) moved to Los Angeles, California. She is still acting and had roles in “Lost” (2006) and “Good Chemistry” (2008).

Jeremy Angerson (Kal) and Nadja Kostich (Kellar) are “partners in life and in business” now. They are working as directors.

Damien Bodie (Louis) left the australian show “Neighbours” in 2007. In 2008 he played “Vashan” in “The Elephant Princess”. He is currently “based in LA”.

Joel De Carteret (Froggy) is now a choreographer and performer.

Bryony Gamble (Jodie) is a hair and makeup artist. She is working for Rogue Artists.

Lauren Hewett (Mera) quit acting in 2001 to focus on her studies. She worked as a fitness trainer and “currently works in an office on the accounts.” Lauren married in 2010.

David Hoflin (Jason) left the australian show “Neighbours” in May 2008. He is engaged to Natalie Blair since March 2012 and a “recurring guest star” on NCIS since October 2012.

Joelene Howden (Lena) married in 2010.

Cassandra Magrath (Zoe) is a teacher for the adult class of “Drama with a difference” and director for “Cassowary Productions”.

Andrea McEwan (Lee Lucas) moved to Europe (Berlin, Germany as of April 2009) and is now working as a singer/songwriter. Her debut album has been released on April, 28th 2009.

Marzena d’Odorico (Neri) hasn’t been seen on TV since “Ocean Girl”. She is married since 2008, has a two children (Nico and Sasha) and is running the baby/kids fashion store Tiny Threads.

Alex Pinder (Winston) is working as a teacher, director and actor.

Jeffrey Walker (Brett) is working as a director. Recents projects are “H2O: Just Add Water” (2009) and “Dance Academy” (2010).


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