Ada Nicodemou nominated for 2023 TV Week Logie Awards

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We’re just weeks away from the 2023 TV Week Logie Awards and the nominations are officially in.

Ada Nicodemou is a finalist in the Silver Logie category for Most Popular Actress.

Ada has become a fan favourite playing Leah Patterson for the last 22 years in the Seven Network show Home and Away. She has been nominated a number of times for the prestigious Logies.

The Greek-Cypriot is the third longest actor in an Australian TV soap opera.

Ada Nicodemou

According to news.com.au, alongside Ada in the same category are Celeste Barber, Emily Symons, Julia Zemiro, Kitty Flanagan, and Lynne McGranger.

In other categories, Leigh Sales might no longer be the face of the ABC’s 7.30, but the flagship current affairs show has her gunning for a Gold Logie for the first time in her decades-long media career.

The awards are set to take place at The Star in Sydney on July 30.

Source: news.com.au, The Sydney Morning Herald

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