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Small Claims

For the small claims court legal construct, see Small claims court.

Small Claims is a series of Australian television movies starring Rebecca Gibney and Claudia Karvan, which first aired on Network Ten in 2004. The series was co-production with subscription television and was also broadcast on the Foxtel, Austar, and Optus Television Subscription Television services. The series was written by husband and wife team Keith Thompson and Kaye Bendle.

A mystery series about two young mums, a police officer and a lawyer, who become a formidable pair of sleuths. Their cases reveal a world of murder, greed and passion that lurks in the suburbs.

Regular Cast

  • Rebecca Gibney as Chrissy Hindmarsh
  • Claudia Karvan as Jo Collins
  • David Roberts as Peter Hindmarsh
  • Paul Barry (actor) as Greg Collins
  • Carol Burns as Pamela
  • Gyton Grantley as Detective Senior Constable Brett
  • Wayne Blair as Detective Senior Constable Lacey
  • Tamara Garforth as Gemma Hindmarsh
  • Jordan Brooking as Andy Hindmarsh
  • Jack Corcoran as Ryan Collins

Small Claims: The Meeting

Small Claims: The Wedding

Small Claims: The Reunion


  • Australian Television Archive
  • Essential Viewing Website
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