Iconic ’90s comedy Frontline stars Jane Kennedy and Rob Sych make a rare public appearance as they enjoy a date night at the premiere of Bloom
Jane Kennedy and Rob Sych are among the most recognizable stars of Australian comedy after their time on the 90s comedy frontline.
The married couple, who rarely appear on the red carpet, enjoyed a date night at Bloom’s opening night at the Melbourne Arts Centre.
The comedians looked relaxed and cheerful as they posed side by side in front of a floral media wall.
Jane, 59, looked chic in a black cape teamed with wide-leg trousers and patent dress shoes.
She added several bracelets and a gold watch while opting for a clean makeup look with a punch of color with red lipstick.
Jane Kennedy and Rob Sych are among the most recognizable stars of Australian comedy after their time on the 90s comedy frontline. Pictures of both
Three decades have passed since Australian comedy series Frontline first aired on ABC. The show features Rob and Jane
Rob, 61, was casually chic in a black velvet blazer with a simple T-shirt, blue jeans and sneakers.
The couple, who have been married for decades, share five children, including son Joshua Sitch who starred on ABC’s Little Lunch.
Three decades have passed since Australian comedy series Frontline first aired on ABC.
The show takes viewers behind the scenes of a fictional current-affairs program and is remembered for its sharp satire of television tabloid news.
The married couple, who rarely appear on the red carpet, enjoyed a date night at Bloom’s opening night at Melbourne Arts Centre.
Frontline was produced by Working Dog Productions – cult films The Castle and The Dish and the Channel 10 panel show Are You Paying Attention? – and ran for three seasons from 1994 to 1997.
Rob plays Mike Moore, Frontline’s main presenter who thinks he’s a serious journalist, but is actually a self-absorbed dandy with no knowledge of current events.
Since the end of the series, Sitch has continued to work as an actor, director, producer and screenwriter with the production company Working Dog.
His most recent TV credits include the Australian comedy program Utopia (2014), for which he served as lead actor, producer, writer and creator.
Rob plays Frontline’s lead presenter Mike Moore. Jane played the role of Brooke Vandenberg, an ambitious and publicity-hungry reporter.
In 2016, he co-created and starred in the animated comedy series Pacific Heat.
Sitch reprized his Frontline character Mike Moore in 2014 during a brief sketch on ABC’s Friday Night Crack Up.
Jane Brooke played Vandenberg, an ambitious and publicity-hungry reporter who doesn’t let the truth get in the way of a good story.
One of the founding members of Working Dog Productions, Kennedy has had a varied career from Frontline to working as an actor, producer, writer and radio host.
Jane still appears regularly as a panelist and quizmaster on Are You Paying Attention?
The couple, who have been married for decades, have five children, including son Joshua Sitch, who starred on ABC’s Little Lunch.
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