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ROGER RODGER

HE’S BAD-BOY HEART SURGEON DR HUGH ON DOCTOR DOCTOR BUT, SAYS RODGER CORSER, HIS ZOMBIE WITH NO UNDERPANTS WAS A MEMORBALE ROLE WE’LL NEVER SEE!

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PHOTOGRAPHY ALINA GOZIN’A

DNA: Okay, here’s just some of your CV: McLeod’s Daughters, Last Man Standing, Home And Away, Underbelly, Rush, Puberty Blues, Dr Blake, Glitch, Doctor Doctor… Would you consider yourself a seasoned actor?

Rodger Corser: An old actor? Sure! I guess if you hang around long enough you pop up everywhere. I’ve been lucky over the past five years to be in a good variety of shows. It started with Rush. I’d been in a few cop shows so I was sort of typecast but then Claudia Karvan gave me the opportunity to be in Spirited, which was a real gear change. It was quite a comedic role as my character was a bit of a doofus. Then I started to get more character-based roles rather than procedural stuff and I moved onto things like Puberty Blues where I played the abusive father. Then Emma Freeman, the director of Glitch, gave me the opportunity to play another very different character, and here on Doctor Doctor, even though we’re a drama, there’s a lot of comedy in our scripts. I get to build on my comedy chops as we work on comic timing and make it bounce.

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Yes! We're saying yes to same-sex marriage in Australia ahead of the nationwide postal survey – and so are dozens of celebrity supporters in our #Yes campaign! For readers outside Australia, we're sure you'll enjoy Andrew Lambropoulos on the cover anyway – yes! Also in DNA this month, we focus on Fitness. Both Samuel Higgins and Laurence Hines have remarkable personal journeys in which they transformed their bodies from unhealthy teens to sort-after models. They're inspirations! And there's 10 pages of hot fitness fashion shot by Russell Fleming on the Gold Coast. It's a celebrity-packed issue with Kathy Griffin going off on Trump, and the adorable George Takei getting coy about what kind of underwear Sulu from Star Trek wore! Aussie singer Anthony Callea gets fired up about politics and his adventure with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and Bloc Party's Kele tells us about becoming a gay dad. Aussie hunk Rodger Corser talks about his TV career, who he'd date if he was gay, and what happened when a played a zombie with no underpants! It's Halloween soon so we found the sexiest Halloween party in LA, and one hell of a street party in New York! Speaking of travel, we continue our Honeymoon Hotspots series with stop-overs in Italy, India and a gay cruise in The Caribbean. There's Dear Diva's wise-ass advice, The Deplorables, Month In A Minute and a great lesbian romance movie, The Battle Of The Sexes. All that and more in this month’s DNA. Enjoy!