Felix Williamson

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Felix Williamson at the Underbelly Razor DVD Party At East Village Surry Hills, November 2011

Felix Williamson is an Australian actor.

Early life[edit]

Williamson is the stepson of playwright David Williamson. From age 13-17 he trained at the Australian Theatre for Young People in Sydney, Australia, learning the foundations of acting.

Career[edit]

He has had many roles in television, film and theatre and portrayed Paul Keating in the 2010 telemovie, Hawke opposite Richard Roxburgh's Bob Hawke.

He portrays a Commonwealth Bank executive in various advertisements for the bank, usually in the role of rebuffing advice from incompetent American advertisement consultants who display ignorance of Australian society and buffoon-like behaviour. Felix has taken part in a variety of television shows including famous to 'CBBC', 'Me and My Monsters' playing Nick Carlson (Dad), and Underbelly: Razor.

Personal life[edit]

Williamson lives with his wife, theatre producer Liz Fell, who together ran Naked Theatre Company from 2001–2005.[1]

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lenny Ann Low (26 November 2004). "The small-time outfits with big hopes". SMH. 
  2. ^ http://turnerclassic.moviesunlimited.com/Product.asp?sku=D13885
  3. ^ "Strange Planet". 
  4. ^ "Dirty Deeds". 
  5. ^ "The Wannabes". 
  6. ^ "Worth staying home for". The Age. 6 Feb 2005. 
  7. ^ "Capturing the life, times and hair of Hawke". The Age. 19 July 2009. 

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