Elizabeth McMillan
Vital statistics
Position Doctor
Age mid thirties
Status Alive
Physical attributes
Height Unknown
Weight Unknown

Elizabeth "Mac" McMillan is a recurring character of both books and tv series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries. She's portrayed by the Australian actress Tammy MacIntosh.



Dr Elizabeth "Mac" Macmillan is Phryne's best friend, confidant and mentor. Phryne simply calls her Mac. She is a doctor at the local women's hospital and later in season 3 of the show she is a pathologist. Mac ignores convention and wears men's suits with a flair. She is very smart yet stubborn. Mac and Phryne have a strong mutual respect. Mac is a lesbian, and more than once it is pointed out that in the past has fed more than friendship towards Phryne.

Assisting Miss FisherEdit

Season 1 Edit

In "Cocaine Blues," it is shown that Dr. Mac works at the Women's Hospital.

In "Death By Miss Adventure," it is revealed that Mac was in a relationship with a woman named Daisy Murphy (Mac first says her name is Daisy Miller but she is referred to as Daisy Murphy for the rest of the episode). Mac goes to Phryne for help after Daisy is killed. Their relationship was a secret as Daisy's mother approached Mac at her funeral and thanked her being "such a good doctor" to Daisy.

Season 2 Edit

In "The Blood of Juana the Mad," Dr. Mac is a lecturer/professor at the fictional Jude's College. She is giving her senior students an anatomy lecture when she discovers what she had believed to be the dead body of a young woman turned out to be the dead body of Professor Katz. She brings in Phryne and Jack to investigate.

In "Murder Under the Mistletoe," Mac is shown to be a skilled skier.

Trivia Edit

The television adaptation is different from its literary counterpart. Mac is described in the novels with salt and pepper hair, robust and masculine, while in the TV series has red hair, physically attractive and feminine while wearing men's clothes. Mac in the TV series is also younger than her book counterpart, or at least shows a younger age compared to nearly fifty years from the books.