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'Dive Club' cast, meet Miah Madden and other stars of Netflix teen drama

Determined to find their friend who goes missing under mysterious circumstances, members of 'Dive Club' will keep you at the edge of your seat
UPDATED AUG 31, 2021
Aubri Ibrag, Sana'a Shaik, Mercy Cornwall and Miah Madden as seen in 'Dive Club' (YouTube/Netflix)
Aubri Ibrag, Sana'a Shaik, Mercy Cornwall and Miah Madden as seen in 'Dive Club' (YouTube/Netflix)

Looking for a good teen drama? 'Dive Club' tells the story of a group of passionate and highly skilled teens in diving, often setting out on adventures and taking on the open seas. However, on a particularly stormy evening, one of the girls goes missing. With no trace of her felt behind, the girls begin to suspect something larger at play. As they investigate the disappearance of their friend, they find her cellphone while diving for clues on it, a cryptic video, where she explains that she found 'something' and now her life was in danger.

Now, the girls are determined to get to the bottom of this mystery -- and turns out, the people around them know more than they are letting on. If you like teen dramas such as this one, consider checking out -- 'Euphoria', 'Elite', 'Love 101' and 'Blood & Water'. As per the official synopsis -- "On the shores of Cape Mercy, a skilled group of teen divers investigate a series of secrets and signs after one of their own mysteriously goes missing." Continue reading to meet the talented cast of the series.


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Miah Madden

Miah Grace Madden is an Australian actress and presenter. She was born on April 9, 2001 and is the daughter of Lee Madden, who was indigenous Gadigal with some Bundjalung heritage, and Belinda Kirkpatrick. Madden is from from Rose Bay, a suburb east of Sydney and is the younger half-sister of actress Madeleine Madden. She attended St Catherine's School, Waverley.Her works include -- 'The Bureau of Magical Things', 'The Gamers 2037', 'Mustangs FC', 'Australia Day', 'Hyde & Seek', 'The Gods of Wheat Street', 'The Moodys', 'Redfern Now', 'The Darkside' and 'The Sapphires'. 


Georgia-May Davis

Georgia-May Davis is an Australian actress and presenter. Born in 1995, Davis is the daughter of Australian Actress, Alyssa-Jane Cook. She spent a large amount of her time as a child on sets due to her mother's occupation and later in high school, discovered her own love for the arts. While she was still in high school, Georgia-May was offered a role on the Channel 10 1980's revamp of 'Young Talent Time', where she competed against over 10,000 young performers. She later joined the 'Young Talent Time Live Tour', and travelled across Australia, performing. As a presenter, she has hosted multiple red carpet events, interviewing the likes of Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Brooklyn Decker and Jon Favreau. Her works include 'Disney Channel's Hanging with Adam and Naomi', 'Disney Backstage Pass' and 'Young Talent Time'.


Sana'a Shaik

Sana'a Shaik is an Australian actress. Shaik was born in Durban, South Africa, but her family later migrated to Australia in 2008. She studied at The University of Sydney and has a Masters degree in Management. However, she has always been passionate about acting which led her to pursue a career in the field. Her works include -- 'Mould', 'Night Owls', 'Jack Irish', 'Hunting for Shadows', 'Deadly Women', 'Fear, Death and the Universe', 'Abandoned' and 'Code grin'.


Aubri Ibrag 

Aubri Ibrag is a model, Instagram influencer and YouTuber. Ibrag doesn't have many acting credits to her name just yet, but 'Dive Club' is sure to help her make a splash!


Mercy Cornwall

Mercy Cornwall is an actress whose works include 'What We See', 'The Heights' and 'The Queen's Gambit'.


'Dive Club' premieres Friday, September 3, 2021 on Netflix.