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Rel Hunt est un Acteur Australien né le 15 aout 1974 à Sydney (Australie)

Rel Hunt

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Nationalité Australie
Naissance 15 aout 1974 (47 ans) à Sydney (Australie)

Rel Hunt is an Australian actor who played Angus in Macbeth, an updated modern version of the Shakespeare play and portrayed Al Corley in the fictionalized 2005 American television movie/docudrama Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, based on the creation and behind the scenes production of the 1980s prime time soap opera Dynasty. He also played a bag thief in one episode of Home and Away (1993), Butch Yunkin in The Stalking of Laurie Show (2000) and Ryan Scheppers in Seasons 4 & 5 of Heartbreak High. Hunt was the voice of Frankie in the 2002 Static Shock episode "Pop's Girlfriend.

Hunt is currently starring in Underbelly: Razor playing William Archer - Razor man and Crown Street bath house proprietor.

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Roger Kumble
Roger Kumble
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Victoria Hill
Victoria Hill
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David Mullen
David Mullen
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Filmographie de Rel Hunt (7 films)

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Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, 1h30
Genres Drame, Documentaire, Historique
Acteurs Pamela Reed, Melora Hardin, Rachael Taylor, Rel Hunt, Ritchie Singer, Bartholomew John
Rôle Al Corley
Note57% 2.8609152.8609152.8609152.8609152.860915
In 1980, ABC development executive Vince Peterson (John Terry) meets with producer Aaron Spelling (Nicholas Hammond), looking for a series featuring "greed and manipulation and sex and power and vanity" to battle against CBS' hit nighttime serial Dallas and make it "look like Sesame Street." Writers Richard and Esther Shapiro (Pamela Reed and Ritchie Singer) are already developing their own modern take on I, Claudius, and Dynasty is conceived. From the beginning, Esther's intent to explore "real social issues" and not have the show be an "inane soap with beautiful people and beautiful clothes" clashes with the network and advertisers' squeamishness with homosexual character Steven, "the first openly gay character on a prime time drama series." John Forsythe (Bartholomew John) — the voice of Charlie's Angels '​ Charlie — and Linda Evans (Melora Hardin) are cast as Blake and Krystle Carrington. With the new series at #40 in the ratings, ABC pushes for Steven to be "cured," and Richard conceives a female J. R. Ewing: Blake's bitter ex-wife Alexis. Soon Dynasty welcomes Heather Locklear (Holly Brisley) as sexpot Sammy Jo, and Joan Collins (Alice Krige) as villainess Alexis. Ratings rise as Alexis tears her way through Dynasty and Sammy Jo makes Steven reconsider same-sex romance. Steven's portrayer Al Corley (Rel Hunt), annoyed at the direction his character is taking, asks "Hey, I'm not gay ... but correct me if I'm wrong, is homosexuality a disease that can be cured by a blonde bimbo in Daisy Duke shorts?" ... and is soon replaced. Stuck at #2 — despite the tease of an affair by Krystle with guest star Rock Hudson (Robert Coleby) — Dynasty becomes "the most expensive show in history" and spawns a spin-off series. The Moldavian wedding massacre finally drives the show to #1 as the world learns that Rock Hudson has AIDS. Collins wants more money for "putting the 'nasty' in Dynasty," but Esther plays hardball to prove that everyone is replaceable. Ratings begin to slide in the aftermath of the Moldavia storyline, and by the seventh season ABC is talking about cancellation. Esther files a profit-seeking lawsuit when news surfaces of Aaron's plans for Spelling Entertainment to go public. Long unhappy with storyline quality, John finally explodes; Joan faces the public spectacle over her divorce. Realizing that the important things in life are passing her by, Linda decides she needs to leave Dynasty, and a supportive Joan wishes her well. Season nine ends with Blake and Alexis in mortal peril, but few viewers. ABC unceremoniously cancels the show — "the '80s are over."
Sexe intentions 2, 1h27
Réalisé par Roger Kumble
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Thriller, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Romance
Thèmes L'adolescence, L'enfance, Sexualité, Erotique, La sexualité des mineurs, Teen movie, La virginité, LGBT, Lesbianisme
Acteurs Robin Dunne, Keri Lynn Pratt, Amy Adams, Sarah Thompson, Mimi Rogers, Teresa Hill
Note44% 2.205442.205442.205442.205442.20544
Sebastian Valmont est un jeune adolescent turbulent et rebelle. Il est transféré dans un établissement de renom, Manchester Prep, qui accueil les enfants de la haute bourgeoisie new-yorkaise.
Teacher's Pet
Genres Horreur, Thriller érotique
Thèmes Sexualité, Erotique, Thriller érotique
Acteurs Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Jsu Garcia, Todd McKee, Sarah Lancaster, Wendy Worthington, Rel Hunt
Rôle Nigel Danby
Note46% 2.306442.306442.306442.306442.30644
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe reprises Rose McGowan's role in the original film. O'Keefe stars as Debbie Strand, who escapes from the mental institution she was sent off to in the first installment of the series. After the young co-ed dies in an unexpected accident, Debbie steals both the girl's identity and her car, and heads off to the college her victim was supposed to attend. There, Debbie quickly develops a psychotic crush on her dashing writing professor, Dr. Sam Decker, killing anyone she perceives as a threat to their relationship. However, Debbie's scheme starts to fall apart when her roommate begins unraveling Debbie's lies and discovers the truth about her past. Knowing that she is in danger of being exposed, Debbie makes plans to get rid of her roommate and her friends by any means necessary.
The Stalking of Laurie Show, 1h40
Genres Drame, Policier
Acteurs Jennifer Finnigan, Marnette Patterson, Mary-Margaret Humes, Rel Hunt, Joanne Vannicola, Polly Shannon
Rôle Butch Yunkin
Note62% 3.146183.146183.146183.146183.14618
The movie follows 16-year-old Laurie Show (Jennifer Finnigan), a naive and trusting girl that became entangled in the lives of Lisa Michelle Lambert (Marne Patterson) and her boyfriend Lawrence Yunkin. Laurie was initially befriended by Michelle, who later turned on her after Laurie was raped by Lawrence. Believing that Laurie was lying about the rape and that she had pursued Lawrence, Michelle began harassing and stalking Laurie, often with the assistance of friends. This harassment culminated in Michelle murdering Laurie in her home with the help of her friend Tabitha Buck. Laurie's mother discovered the body and Michelle, Lawrence, and Tabitha were quickly arrested. Lawrence pled guilty and testified against the other two girls in exchange for a reduced sentence, with Michelle and Tabitha receiving life sentences without parole.