Hughes was jailed for at least six years in 2014 after a jury found the Australian actor guilty of 10 charges relating to sexual and indecent acts perpetrated on four young girls in the 1980s and 1990s.
A 2017 High Court challenge against his conviction was dismissed.
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Hughes’ legislated parole hearing will take place on Thursday but he is not required to appear at the meeting.
“In the case of Hughes, his non-parole period of six years expires on April 6, 2020, making him eligible at this time for consideration,” the NSW State Parole Authority said in a statement today.
Judge Peter Zahra at the time of Hughes’ conviction described the actor as a sexual predator who systematically exploited young girls and relied on his position to ensure the compliance and silence of his victims.