Actress, TV Presenter and TV Personality

Ada Nicodemou is one of Australia’s favourite media personalities and for over 25 years has gained a solid local and international family audience. She is best known for her role as Leah Patterson on Channel 7’s longest running and highest rating series, ‘Home & Away’ on which she still stars.

Ada began her television career on Heartbreak High, Police Rescue and Breakers.

Ada’s international credits include a role on the American television show Beast Masters and a cameo role in the blockbuster move The Matrix, starring Keanu Reeves.

Ada has been nominated for 5 Logie Awards and she won the 2006 Inside Soap Award for “Best Australian Actress”. In 2005 she starred on the popular television show “Dancing with the Stars” and took out the winning trophy. Most recently Ada presented at the AACTA Awards with Tim Minchin.

Ada has a massive online presence which is constantly growing. Through her online following and popularity, Ada has graced the covers of WHO Magazine and Good Health Magazine. Ada is an Ambassador for Natures Way and has collaborated with brands such as Pears, Mattel, Cadbury, Officeworks, Optus & Priceline to name a few.

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