Robertson, Tim 1944–

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ROBERTSON, Tim 1944–


Born 1944, in Braintree, Essex, England.

Career: Actor.


Film Appearances:

Bikie, Petersen (also known as "Jock" Petersen), Avco Embassy, 1974.

Les, The Cars That Ate Paris (also known as Cars and Cars That Eat People), Paramount, 1974.

Herb, The Great McCarthy (also known as Salute to the Great McCarthy), 1975.

Bill Bryant, The Irishman, Universal, 1978.

Healey, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978.

Father O'Shea, Dimboola, Greater Union, 1979.

Miner in bar, The Last of the Knucklemen, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1981.

Policeman at stables, Phar Lap (also known as Phar Lap: Heart of a Nation), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983.

Alex Duval, Bliss, New World Pictures, 1985.

Detective, Niel Lynne (also known as Best Enemies), 1985.

Psychiatrist, Wrong World, 1985.

O'Neill, Kangaroo, Enterprise/Filmways, 1986.

Owen, Going Sane, 1986.

Sergeant Blake, Jenny Kissed Me, 1986.

Bob Leishman, The Year My Voice Broke, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1987.

Grant, Bachelor Girl, 1987.

Jack Keane, With Time to Kill, 1987.

Sergeant McCarthy, The Time Guardian, Hemdale/Nelson, 1987.

Wallace, A Cry in the Dark (also known as Evil Angels), Universal, 1988.

Anna's father, Strangers, 1990.

Desmond Johnston, The Big Steal, Warner Bros., 1990.

George Coleman, Father, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1990.

Willy, Aya, 1991.

Realtor, Ebbtide, 1994.

Dr. Pascoe, Amy, 1998.

Gilbert Barron, Holy Smoke (also known as Holy Smoke!), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1999.

Melbourne detective number one, He Died with a Felafel in His Hand (also known as E mori con un felafel in mano), Roadshow Entertainment, 2001.

Judge Bonaface, The Man Who Sued God, Icon Entertainment International, 2001.

Mr. King, Black and White, New Vision Films, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

The Tea Ladies, 1978.

Catspaw, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1978.

Various characters, Prisoner, Ten Network, 1979–85.

Various, Australia You're Standing in It, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1983–84.

Huck, Pokerface, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1986.

Gordon Davies, Neighbours, Ten Network, 1989.

Jack Taylor, Chances, Nine Network, 1991.

Stig Enquist, Stingers, 2001–2003.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Arthur West, Power Without Glory, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1976.

Locusts and Wild Honey, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1980.

Sergeant Miles, Scales of Justice, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1983.

Admiral Ernest King, The Last Bastion, Ten Network, 1984.

Jack Lang, A Thousand Skies, Seven Network, 1985.

Pascoe, Vietnam, BBC1, 1986.

Rex Lang, Body Surfer, 1989.

Prime Minister Tom Turner, Bootleg, BBC, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Mr. Price, The Doleblugers, 1979.

Dr. Michael Millius, The Clean Machine, Ten Network, 1988.

Colonel Mott, The Heroes, 1990.

Father, Strangers, 1990.

Detective sergeant Brian Lockwood, Police Crop: The Winchester Conspiracy, ABC [Australian Broadcast Corp.], 1990.

Joe Mandle, Halifax f.p.: Hard Corps, 1994.

Charles Reed, Kangaroo Palace, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Plugged In: A Parents' Guide to TV, Family Channel, 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Constable Colvin, "Of All the Crowd That Assembled There," Rush, 1974.

Reed, "All My Worldly Goods," Cash and Company, Seven Network, 1975.

Storekeeper, "Tandarra," Tandarra, Seven Network, 1976.

Paul Hendy, "Tit for Tat," Bluey, Seven Network, 1977.

Russell Scott, "Natural Selection," Young Ramsay, Seven Network, 1980.

Roberts, "The Expert," Special Squad, 1984.

Bernie Gallagher, "The Storyteller," The Flying Doctors, Nine Network, 1988.

Joe the sheriff, "Treasure of the Ages," Time Trax, 1993.

"Waiting for Apples," Blue Heelers, Seven Network, 1994.

Blunt, Ocean Girl, The Disney Channel, 1994.

George Tindall, "The Good Life," Blue Heelers, Seven Network, 1999.

Abrahama Panek, "Dance with the Dragon," Stingers, Nine Network, 1999.

General Cardell, Thunderstone, Ten Network, 1999.

Solon, "Mydoro," BeastMaster, syndicated, 2001.

Dr. Arnold Kipax, "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Shock Jock, TV1, 2001.

Fergus McCallum, "A Bad Smell," Blue Heelers, Seven Network, 2003.

John, "The Hit at Eddie Dryden's Funeral," CrashBurn, Ten Network, 2003.

John, "Truly, Madly, Ordinarily," CrashBurn, Ten Network, 2003.

Bride's dad, Last Man Standing, Seven Network, 2005.

Also appeared as Trooper John Clarke, "The Savage Land," Snowy River: The McGregor Saga, Nine Network and Family Channel.

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