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Richard Roxburgh, who carried off a riveting portrayal of corrupt cop Roger Rogerson in the ABC’s 1995 miniseries “Blue Murder”, is again playing the main role in a new two-part miniseries depicting his later years. On Tuesday Roxburgh, along with fellow actors Peter Phelps and Aaron Pedersen, were filming a scene at the Rag & Famish bar in North Sydney, in what appeared to be a depiction of a wedding set in the 1980s. According to the Herald Sun, Toni Collette joined Roxburgh on the set yesterday. The case and Roger Rogerson’s story has received new attraction after both Rogerson and Glen McNamara were found guilty in the NSW Supreme Court of murdering university student Jamie Gao. The new miniseries, dubbed “Blue Murder 2”, is the work of legendary TV producer John Edwards’ production company Rough Diamond. It will be directed by Mike Jenkins, the man who directed the original production. This will be Toni’s and Richard’s third collaboration after “Like Minds” and “Rake”.