Lee Cormie

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Lee Cormie
Born (1992-02-08) 8 February 1992 (age 23)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001 ─ present

Lee Cormie (born 8 February 1992) is an Australian actor known for his starring roles in Darkness Falls and Australian film December Boys[1] alongside Daniel Radcliffe.[2]

Biography[edit]

Cormie was educated at Mentone Grammar School in the south-east suburbs of Melbourne.[citation needed] His first film appearance was in the supernatural horror film Darkness Falls (2003). He then appeared as "Misty" alongside Daniel Radcliffe in December Boys (2007).[3][4]

Cormie has also appeared as a main role in Channel 10 Series Worst Best Friends and in special guest roles in Blue Heelers, Fergus McPhail and Holly's Heroes. His recent credits include the part of Joseph Debs in Australian telemovie Underbelly: Files 'Tell Them Lucifer Was Here' and 'Pete Cook' in the Australian short film 'The Colour Blue'.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 "Australia On Trial Thomas Smith Supporting Role
2011 The Colour Blue Pete Cook Co-Lead alongside Andrew S. Gilbert
2010 Underbelly Joseph Debs "Tell Them Lucifer Was Here"
2007 December Boys Misty Lead Actor
2004 Fergus McPhail Tim 1 Episode
2003 Darkness Falls Michael Greene Lead Actor
2003 The Situation Room Young John Howard Australian Short Film
2002–2003 Worst Best Friends Gilbert 13 Episodes
2002 Blue Heelers Michael 1 Episode

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