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Andrew McFarlane est un Acteur Australien né le 6 juin 1951 à Albany (Australie)

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Nationalité Australie
Naissance 6 juin 1951 (71 ans) à Albany (Australie)

Andrew McFarlane (born 6 June 1951) is an Australian actor with many stage and screen credits.


McFarlane was born in Albany, Western Australia. After the family moved to Melbourne he attended Camberwell Grammar School and was involved in school plays and school cadets. After making his TV debut in Crawfords police dramas Homicide and Matlock Police, he won a recurring on Division 4 before joining World War II soap opera The Sullivans as initially intellectual oldest son John Sullivan. He left the series after eighteen months and in the storyline John was reported missing in action - the writers left his final fate unresolved in the hope McFarlane would return to the show. McFarlane returned to the role in the TV movie The John Sullivan Story. The role gained McFarlane a Sammy Award for best supporting actor in a TV series in 1977.

He later took the lead role in the miniseries The Flying Doctors, reprising the role in the ongoing series that followed. Again he left the series after 16 episodes at the height of its popularity; however, he returned in the fifth season for another 37 episodes. He also appeared in Rafferty's Rules as "Police Prosecutor Gibson". McFarlane has since played the father of Tasha Andrews father in soap opera Home and Away, and in 2005 played Bobby Hoyland in the soap opera Neighbours.

He has also been a Play School presenter since 2000 and was also one of Governor Phillip's people on Australian History on ABC. He acted in the TV series Spellbinder as Brian Reynolds, Paul's father and played Hugh Delaney in the miniseries The Alice. In 2009 he portrayed prominent Australian anti-drugs campaigner and murder victim Donald Mackay in the series Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities.

McFarlane appeared in a musical for the first time in 2010; Fame - the Musical at the Capitol Theatre, Sydney.

He has long been open about his homosexuality.

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Pauline Chan
Pauline Chan
(1 films)
Amanda Peet
Amanda Peet
(1 films)
Alexa Vega
Alexa Vega
(1 films)
Jeremy Sims
Jeremy Sims
(1 films)
Maurie Fields
Maurie Fields
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Andrew McFarlane (7 films)

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State's Evidence
Genres Drame, Policier
Thèmes Le thème de l'éducation, Le suicide, Harcèlement à l'école
Acteurs Douglas Smith, Alexa Vega, Majandra Delfino, Kris Lemche, Cody McMains, Drew Tyler Bell
Rôle Tyrone
Note59% 2.9992352.9992352.9992352.9992352.999235
When 16-year-old Scott Byers decided to bring a camcorder to school, none of his schoolmates ever imagined what was to come. Only Scott's five closest friends and followers have the insight on his master plan. He is on a quest for the ultimate thrill, as he documents the day's events, anticipating the grand finale: Scott plans to commit suicide on camera. His friends become fascinated by his idea and decide to join the action for various reasons; home problems, romance and even boredom. They pull behind their leader and set out to make history. The rush is instantaneous. Emotions run wild. Pressure mounts as shocking details are revealed. The search for the final adventure takes an unexpected turn down a dark road. This journey turns out to be much more than what Scott and his friends had ever anticipated. The film is shot in Blair Witch Project style handheld.
The Alice
The Alice (2004)

Genres Drame
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Road movie
Acteurs Erik Thomson, Jessica Napier, Simon Burke, Roxane Wilson, Patrick Brammall, Andrew McFarlane
Note71% 3.5600653.5600653.5600653.5600653.560065
The approach of a solar eclipse has drawn various people from all directions to Alice Springs, an Australian town in the Northern Territory, nearby which is the best point for observation.
The Day of the Roses, 3h40
Genres Drame
Thèmes Documentaire historique
Acteurs Rebecca Gibney, Paul Mercurio, Stephen Curry, Helen Dallimore, Jeremy Sims, Peter O'Brien
Rôle Public Servant
Note81% 4.082014.082014.082014.082014.08201
The film starts at an anniversary commemoration of the crash, where roses are dropped on the track to the aftermath of the wreck where first responders are arriving at the scene. Five months later the coroner, Tom Weir, brings in Boris Osman, an engineer to help him investigate the crash and immediately runs into stonewalling by the state-owned rail company, who don’t want him to examine the train. Osman thinks it’s because the investigation will have to disclose why the tracks that caused the wreck were in such bad shape. Osman thinks it was caused by the politicians in office allowing the rail system to deteriorate. The coroner learns the bridge was hit twice before. Pressure begins to be brought on the coroner from above to stop asking to look at the train. Osman learns this is the third time this locomotive went off the rails. The coroner uses the threat of contempt of court to force the rail company to let Osman examine the locomotive. The inquest begins, with Orman recounting how the tragedy happened on 18 January 1977, alternating with the stories of some passengers who traveled on the ill-fated train, leading up to the depiction of the accident. Due to worn out track and worn out wheels on the locomotive, it jumps the rails and hits a bridge support, causing it to collapse on the train. The community springs into action to aid the survivors and recover the 83 dead. Several of the rescuers testify at the inquest and recount their actions on the day of the accident. Many rescuers risk their own lives to save the injured. Even when ordered to leave due to the danger of further collapse, many refuse to abandon injured survivors. Many of the rescuers are traumatized by what they saw. Ormond comes under attack for saying that it was the condition of the locomotive’s wheels that contributed to the accident, since while money has been allocated to repair the tracks, there is no money to also repair the locomotives. The families of the dead try to cope, while Gerry Buchtman, who went to Granville while on sick leave from his emergency responder job has to fight to keep his job, since the powers that be want to fire him for doing just that. In spite of pressure, the coroner finds that the locomotive’s condition contributed to the accident. Osman later learns that even though the rail company knew this type of locomotive was dangerous due to a derailment 11 months before Granville, they took no steps to lower the speed on this line because it came from an electoral district that often decided national elections and the government did not want to anger the voters by making their train late. We return to the memorial service, while on screen captions tell us what happened to some of the people involved in the crash and the investigation.
Simplement irrésistible, 1h36
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Science-fiction, Comédie, Comédie romantique, Fantasy, Romance
Thèmes Cuisine
Acteurs Sarah Michelle Prinze, Sean Patrick Flanery, Patricia Clarkson, Dylan Baker, Christopher Durang, Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.
Rôle The Poet
Note52% 2.6013752.6013752.6013752.6013752.601375
Amanda Shelton tient un sympathique restaurant hérité de sa défunte mère. Si ses talents culinaires laissent à désirer, elle se rattrape par un charme irresistible et une délicieuse propension à dire ce qu'elle pense. Un jour Tom Bartlett, responsable exécutif d'un grand magasin chic, emmène déjeuner chez Amanda la précieuse ridicule qui est sa fiancée. Si le repas sonne la rupture entre le jeune homme et sa partenaire, les trompettes du coup de foudre se font entendre et, au dessert, il est deja envoûté par la belle Amanda.
Break of Day, 1h52
Réalisé par Ken Hannam
Genres Drame
Thèmes La mer, Transport
Acteurs Sara Kestelman, Andrew McFarlane, Tony Barry, Maurie Fields
Rôle Tom Cooper
Note63% 3.1720753.1720753.1720753.1720753.172075
In the 1920s, young war veteran Tom Cooper lives in the small town of Tetlow with his pregnant wife. He falls in love with visiting artist Alice Hughes, but their relationship is threatened by the arrival of Alice's bohemian friends from the city.