Erik Thomson Central
Here in the US, it’s still the 27th, so it’s still his birthday.
Happy Birthday Erik! Ever always, my best to you and your family. :)
A most wonderful birthday to Erik. My very best always!
Full House – An article from NZ Herald. Sorry I didn’t get it up sooner!
I wanted to send out my very best to all of you out there. Thank you so much for visiting this site. I’m sorry I haven’t been updating as I should but I hope that the new year brings me more resolve. But know this, I am always support of Erik and his work, even if I’ve been a bit neglectful with my website duties.
Happy Holidays to all and here’s to a fantastic 2010!
Well, if you live in the Northern Hemisphere like I do. Happy Winter down under.
New article from The Australian can be found here. Enjoy!
Here’s to a wonderful birthday and many more! Happy Birthday Erik!
So sorry for the technical difficulties! The site (and the rest of my domain) was down for an inexcusable amount of time, I know. But I am working on bringing everything back to Erik Thomson Central. I hopefully did not lose too much.
Hope all is well with everyone!
I hope everyone had a wonderful start to 2009!
The Black Balloon won the following Australian Film Institute Awards:
The Black Balloon opened in the US and can be seen in limited release. Please check out the official US site for The Black Balloon for places and dates. (It hasn’t made its way here in my part of the US, but when it does, I’ll be there!)
Erik has been nominated for an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actor in THE BLACK BALLOON!
THE BLACK BALLOON has been nominated for 11 AFI Awards. For a list of all the nominees, please see the Australian Film Institute website.
October 22, 2008
The Seven Network has announced it will start filming for a second series of the hit TV drama Packed to the Rafters early next year.
Starring Rebecca Gibney, Michael Caton and Erik Thomson, the program has become one of the most watched series on Australian television boasting close to two million viewers for each episode since debuting in August.
The show follows the lives of a married couple and their three adult children, two of which have moved back home, and the third next door.
Last night, the show, which saw Craig McLachlan starring as an ageing rocker, scored almost 1.9 million viewers across the country.
Next week, it will feature a storyline about an unwanted pregnancy.
Seven’s head of drama John Holmes said the entire cast would be returning for the second series.
“Viewers have lots to look forward to,” he said.
“There’ll be plenty more drama and laughs and a few unexpected twists in store for the Rafter family.”
Fantastic! Maybe we’ll even get a bit of it here in the US? I can wish.
A fellow fan posted the link to this article and I’ve added it to the website.
Read all about it – Erik’s latest gig on the film The Boys are Back in Town, starring Clive Owen.
And I found this image online here.
with Krystal Forscutt on Packed to the Rafters