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The suspense was held together well, and all of the acting was great. The moment I saw the title on the poster a few months back, I thought to myself, ' How can this do anything different that the Final Destination series hasn't? This movie was put together amazingly and seemed very original to me. The only flaws I see with this movie is that you seen the end coming from 3/4 through the movie, and I sympathized more at the beginning of the film rather then the end. The former series won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award.Mc Mahon played the lead role in Nip/Tuck, alongside Dylan Walsh throughout the entire series' run. Mc Mahon was born in Sydney, the son of Sir William Mc Mahon, a prominent Australian politician, and Lady Mc Mahon (née Sonia Hopkins), a socialite and fashion icon.In addition to modelling, he began an acting career in commercials, including one for Levi Strauss jeans.From 1989–91, Mc Mahon starred in the successful Australian television soap opera Home and Away, playing the soldier Ben Lucini, alongside Dannii Minogue, his then future wife (now former wife).Middle-class couple Linda and Jim Hanson exist in a rut with their two daughters in their comfortable suburban home.
From 1996 to 2000, he starred in all four seasons of the NBC drama Profiler as Agent John Grant.Well I walked into "Premonition" today expecting the worst based on the low rating here on IMDb, but throughout the course of the movie I felt my smile growing bigger and bigger.It started off smoothly and nicely, and had some of the best directing I've seen in a while.Julian Dana William Mc Mahon (born 27 July 1968) is an Australian actor and model, and the son of a former Prime Minister of Australia, Sir William Mc Mahon.
Mc Mahon won recognition for his roles in television dramas, in portrayals of Ben Lucini in the Australian soap opera Home and Away (1989–91), Detective John Grant in the American crime drama Profiler (1996-2000), Cole Turner in the American supernatural drama Charmed (2000–03), and Christian Troy in the American medical drama Nip/Tuck (2003–10).
He joined the cast of the WB's supernatural hit show Charmed, playing the conflicted half-demon/half-human Cole Turner from 2000 to 2003; he returned for one episode in 2005.