Matt Nable is a busy man now, with his bag full of projects from film to television. The latest buzz is that Nable is not hiding his excitement about working with Deborra-Lee Furness and seeking opportunities to share the screen with her in his Nine’s new crime drama, “Hyde and Seek.”

Nable, a happily married man and father of three dismissed any hint he’d been warned off by the husband one of his leading women.

Furness will play Claudia, a strong, sharp, politically-minded woman who works in a key government security role and is pretty smart to get things done her way, just as she summed up as Louisa, who fell in love with Kevin Jones (Hugh Jackman) in the 1995 ABC drama, Correlli.

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Nable stated “I haven’t met Deb, but I’m really looking forward to working with her. [Jackman should] think nothing of it, but there are some remarkably strong women in this series.”

Around two week’s back MatchBox Pictures’ production began filming, however, Furness is yet to join the set. She was rather seen indulging in a romantic beach vacation to celebrate 20 years of marriage to Hugh Jackman this month in St. Barts. Just a few days back Daily Mail reported the 60-year-old’s joining an all-Australian cast in the new crime drama, starring Nable and McElhinney. It also said that the Australian actress will soon be closer to home after signing on to star in “Hyde and Seek.”

“Jackman can rest easy,” stated Nable, who is enjoying in his own family time back in Sydney for the series. Appearing in Legends Of Tomorrow, a cameo, Nable started the year away from home in Los Angeles. “To me, this is a wonderful opportunity to be working at home. I’m pinching myself,” Nable added in an interview.

By being reconnected with his Bikie Wars director Peter Andrikis, Nable, who will be essaying the role of detective Gary Hyde investigating the death of a police mate, stated, “It is nice working again with people you trust, who just enjoy what they do.”