|Melissa Howard as Rebecca Ainsworth
||Aisha Dee as Christine
|Poppy Lee Friar as Sophie Ainsworth
||Stella Silagy as Mattie
|Alexandra Coppinger as Hazel Ainsworth
||Gerry Connolly as Mr Griffith
|Blake Davis as Jonathan
||Julie Forsyth as Haiwyn Sinclaire
|Chris Milligan as David
||Julie Eckersley as Agatha Heggleby
|Jay Kennedy Harris as Charlie
Executive Producers Ewan Burnett and Julian Scott
Producer Margot McDonald
Associate Producer Barbara Slade
Directors Stephen Johnson and Wayne Blair
Production Designer Peta Lawson
Director of Photography Leilani Hanna
Costume Designer Louise McCarthy
Make-up Supervisor Anna Karpinski
Picture Editors Bjorn Johnson and Cory Augustyn
Composer Jan Skubiszewski
VFX Supervisor Thomas Parkinson
Script Department Becky Evans and May Gibson
Distributor Cake Entertainment
Awards and Nominations
Dead Gorgeous was nominated for an AFI Award for Best Children's Television Drama and was an ATOM Awards 2010 Finalist for Children's Television Production.
At the 2011 TV Week Logie Awards, the production was also nominated for Best Children's Television Series.
Sunday Tasmanian, 4 April 10
'Living ghosts in class of their own'
Sydney Morning Herald, 5 April 10
'Dead Gorgeous has everything offered by iCarly, with the bonus of Aussie accents'
Sun Herald, 4 April 10
'In Good Spirits, three ghostly girls get a second chance at life in Dead Gorgeous'
Sunday Herald Sun, 4 April 10
'Ghostly and Gorgeous'
The Age, 5 April 10
'Dead Gorgeous is a delightful piece of television'
The Age Green Guide, 1 April 10
'Haunting the Halls, ghostly girls take lessons in life and laughter'