Lyndon, Simon 1971-
Lyndon, Simon 1971-
Born February 18, 1971.
Agent—Robyn Gardiner, RGM Associates, P.O. Box 128, Surry Hills, New South Wales 2010, Australia.
Australian Film Institute Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1997, for Blackrock; Australian Film Institute Award, best supporting actor, 2000, for Chopper; Film Critics Circle of Australia Award, best supporting actor—male, 2001, for Chopper; American Film Institute Award nomination, best actor in a telefeature or mini-series, 2001, for My Brother Jack.
Ricko, Blackrock, 1997.
Jock, The Well, Cowboy Booking International, 1997.
Gazza, Dust Off the Wings, 1997.
Reffo, Bloodlock, 1998.
Second medic, The Thin Red Line, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.
Harrison, Fresh Air, Beyond International Group, 1999.
Andy, Sample People, 2000.
Jimmy Loughnan, Chopper, Beyond Films/Palace Films, 2000.
Johnatan Schumacher, Pad u raj (also known as Falling in the Paradise and Falling into Paradise), Arsenal, 2004.
Rob, Stalled, Aquafruzzl, 2006.
Guy, Guy in a Field, Victoria College of Arts, 2006.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Andy, Sample People, Showtime, 2000.
Matt Hayduke, Dogwoman: A Grrrl's Best Friend, 2000.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Fusilier Michael Vickers, "Far Away," Soldier, Soldier, ITV, 1995.
Matt, "The Holliman Kid," Police Rescue, ABC (Australia), 1996.
John ‘Scratch’ Scratchley, Wildside, ABC (Australia), 1998.
Hickrock, "Playing with the Celibate Dead," Stingers, 1999.
Colm, "Sweet Bridget," Roar, FOX, 2000.
Will Harrington, "Another Place, Another Time," All Saints, Seven Network, 2000.
Kevin O'Shea, "Broken English," Water Rats, Nine Network, 2001.
Ben Matthews, "Too Many Crooks," Stingers, 2001.
Steve Braeburn, Home and Away, Seven Network, 2006.
Jimmy Loughnan, "Magnificent Movies," 20 to 1, Nine Network, 2006.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Warren, The Glenmore Job, 2005.
Television Appearances; Mini-Series:
Jack Meredith, My Brother Jack (miniseries), 2001.
Ted Pickles, Cloudstreet, Black Swan Theatre, Sydney, Australia, 1998.
Also appeared as Jared in a production of Black Rock.
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