Felix Williamson

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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.


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]



  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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