Aftertaste is an Australian comedy television series produced by Australian film and television production company Closer Productions (52 Tuesdays, Animals) for ABC TV. The series is about Easton West, an internationally renowned yet emotionally unstable celebrity chef who experiences a spectacular fall from grace and returns to his home town in the Adelaide Hills as a result. From there, he tries to re-build his once successful career with the help of his niece and talented pastry chef Diana. The main role in Aftertaste, the role of protagonist Easton West, is played by New Zealand-Australian actor Erik Thomson (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena Warrior Princess). He is supported by a talented cast that includes Australian Natalia Abbott (A Little Princess, Jeeves & Wooster) as Diana, Australian actress Rachel Griffiths (Secrets, Muriel's Wedding) as Margot, and Aboriginal Australian writer and actor Wayne Blair (Redfern Now, The Sapphires) as Brett.