Meet The Cast Of “Bump”

Credit: Screenshot of Bump via YouTube

The hit Australian comedy-drama Bump has officially been confirmed to be in production for its third season in 2022, and the show just keeps on delighting fans, even those who don’t live Down Under. For those who aren’t familiar with the show, Bump is a comedy-drama TV series that first aired on the Australian streaming services Stan in January of 2021. The show is created by Claudia Karvan and Kelsey Munro and tells the story of Oly, a teenage girl whose surprise baby complicates her life and the lives of those around her.

The show has been positively reviewed by critics, but reception to its second season has been a bit stale. The Guardian wrote of the show’s second season: “At times Bump comes across as a little too effortless, the writers prioritising events that don’t feel particularly significant – as if the real drama is elsewhere, in some other scene that hasn’t been depicted. That’s part of the appeal of “window to the world”-style productions, implying that we are observing only one impression of the narrative universe.”

Despite a hump in its momentum, Bump continues to entertain, and fans are hoping that its third season redeems the show’s intriguing storyline. If you’re new to this TV series, you’re probably curious about the Australian talent that this show features. If you want to learn more about the cast members of Bump, just in time for the soon-arrival of its third season, look no further. Here are the cast members of the hit Australian TV series Bump.

Claudia Karvan

Claudia Karvan, Bump‘s creator, also stars in this series as Angie Davis. Karvan is an Australian actress best known for her roles in The Secret Life of Us, Love My Way, Newton’s Law, and Halifax: Retribution. An award-winning actress, Karvan won Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama at the AACTA Awards. She won the trophy for her excellent performance in G.P.  On film, Karvan has appeared in Daybreakers, 33 Postcards, True History of the Kelly Gang, and Infidel.

In an interview with Holr Magazine, Karvan explained how she came up with the series, saying that her co-creator Kelsey Monroe had been partially inspired by her own pregnancy to create the series: “Kelsey Monroe, who is the co-creator with me, she was on maternity leave, and she came up with the idea but decided that it would be better to deal with the complexity of motherhood through the eyes of a teenage girl who didn’t choose to have a baby or become a mother.”

Nathalie Morris

Credit: Screenshot of Bump via YouTube

Nathalie Morris plays the role of Olympia “Oly” Davis-Chalmers, the teenage girl who gets pregnant, in Bump. Prior to working on Bump, Morris appeared in Black Christmas and One Lane Bridge.

Carlos Sanson Jr.

Carlos Sanson Jr. portrays Santiago Hernandez, or “Santi,” in the Australian TV series Bump. According to IMDb, Sanson Jr. is a mixed Cuban and Chilean actor who trained in one of the most prestigious acting schools in Australia, Screenwise. After months of failed auditions, Sanson said he was able to snag a role in Bump when people started tagging him on Facebook posts for auditions for the show, according to an interview he did with Nine: “Literally, I had many six people either tag me or send me the posts, and I sent it straight to my agents like, ‘Yo, this is me. I am an Australian-born Chilean.’ I’m also Cuban and Nicaraguan, but South-American, Latino.” One might think that his role in Bump was specifically written for this talented actor, who studied under legendary acting coaches in Australia.

Angus Sampson

Angus Sampson portrays the role of Dom Chalmers in Bump. The veteran Australian actor is most popularly known for his starring role in the Insidious film series. He also appeared in the crime drama The Mule. His more recent roles include Benji, Winchester, and Mortal Kombat, wherein he voiced Goro. He also appears in two popular TV shows aside from BumpOur Flag Means Death and The Lincoln Lawyer.

Catalina Palma Godoy

Catalinna Palma Godoy plays the role of Angel in Bump. A relative newcomer to the scene, Godoy’s most prominent project so far is this highly popular Australian TV show.

Safia Arain

Safia Arain plays Reema in Bump. The actress is perhaps best known for her appearance in another highly popular TV series, which airs on Netflix, Pieces of Her starring Toni Collette. Arain also previously appeared in Towel Head.

Paula Garcia

Paula Garcia portrays Rosa Hernandez in Bump. Many fans would recognize her for her performance in the star-studded Little White Lies.

Other cast members

Credit: Screenshot of Bump via YouTube

Other actors appearing in this series include Ioane Saula as Vince Ingram, Peter Thurnwald as Lachie Koh, Ricardo Scheihing Vásquez as Matías Hernández, Roman Delo as Zac Russo, Sarah Meacham as Madison, Claudia de Giusti as Bernadita Hernández, and Miguel Andrade as Alejandro.

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