Tom Long (actor)
3 August 1968 |
|Occupation||Film and television actor|
Tom Long (born 3 August 1968) is an Australian film and television actor.
Long was born on 3 August 1968 in the United States when his Australian parents were there at the time, and grew up on a farm near Benalla, Victoria. He worked as a jackaroo and shearer after high school, before heading overseas.
Long has appeared in several Australian television series, most notably the ABC hit SeaChange (1998–2000) and the Nine Network police drama Young Lions (2002). He appeared in the Australian films Two Hands (1998) and The Dish. Long played Brenden Abbott in the 2003 telemovie, The Postcard Bandit and appeared in the film The Book of Revelation.
- Woodley (2012, TV series)
- East of Everything (2008–2009, miniseries)
- Joanne Lees: Murder in the Outback (2007, miniseries)
- The Book of Revelation (2006, film)
- Black Jack: At the Gates (2006)
- The Postcard Bandit (2003; as Brenden Abbott)
- Heroes Mountain: The Thredbo Story (2002)
- Young Lions (2002, TV series)
- The Dish (2000, film)
- SeaChange (1998–99, TV series)
- Two Hands (1998, film)
- Doing Time for Patsy Cline (1997, film)
- The Last of the Ryans (1997, telefilm)
- The Leaving of Liverpool (1992, telefilm)
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