Fletcher Humphrys

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Fletcher Humphrys
Born (1976-04-01) 1 April 1976 (age 41)
Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1993–present

Fletcher Humphrys (born 1 April 1976) is an Australian actor. He is best known for his roles as Brett 'Brick' Buchanon in McLeod's Daughters and as Alex Kearns in All Saints.

Career[edit]

Humphrys made his acting debut in 1993, appearing in Australian drama film The Heartbreak Kid. His first major acting role was in the children's television series The Genie From Down Under, for which he played 'Conrad von Meister' for the shows two seasons from 1996 to 1998. Humphrys appeared in several episodes of the short-lived series Thunderstone. In 2001, he received the recurring role of Brett 'Brick' Buchanon on the popular drama series McLeod's Daughters; he appeared in the shows first three seasons until his character was killed off in 2003. Following his role on McLeod's Daughters, Humphrys appeared in another recurring role in medical drama All Saints, in which he played Alex Kearns from 2003 to 2004. During October 2006 and April 2008, he guest starred as Guy Sykes, an acquaintance of Katya Kinski (Dichen Lachman) on Network Ten's Neighbours.[1] He later returned in early 2009 for another guest appearance.[2] In 2011, he played a leading role in drama series Small Time Gangster. He appeared in a guest role on Australia's most popular soap opera Home and Away as gang leader Jake Pirovic. Several of his other credits include A Country Practice, Stingers, Last Man Standing, Blue Heelers and East of Everything. His film credits include Chopper, Guru Wayne, Razor Eaters, Crawlspace and the upcoming film John Doe.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 The Heartbreak Kid Christina's Class
1994 A Country Practice Gary Van Loon Episode: "Too Young"
1994 Blue Heelers Simon Lovett Episode: "Adverse Possession"
1995 Blue Heelers Jonathon Grant Episodes: "Brotherly Love: Part 1", "Brotherly Love: Part 2"
1997 Neighbours Martin Pike 9 episodes
1996–1998 The Genie From Down Under Conrad von Meister 26 episodes
1998 State Coroner Mick Taranto Episode: "Sunday in the Country"
1999 Blue Heelers Matt Waldron Episodes: "End of the Road", "The Price of Friendship"
1999 Crash Zone Leo Moore Episode: "Leap of Faith"
1999 Thunderstone Tod 13 episodes
2000 Something in the Air Daryl Episode: "Wandering in the Wilderness"
2000 Chopper Bucky
2000 Eugénie Sandler P.I. Brett Episode: season 1, episode 10
2002 Guru Wayne Garry Flannigan
2001–2002 Stingers Steve Logan Episodes: "Too Many Crooks", "Old Scores"
2002 Marshall Law Wayne Episode: "Domestic Bliss"
2002 The Junction Boys Skeet Keeler Television film
2001–2003 McLeod's Daughters Brett 'Brick' Buchanon 18 episodes
2003 Razor Eaters Roger
2003–2004 All Saints Alex Kearns 9 episodes
2005 The Glenmoore Job Simon Television film
2005 Last Man Standing Anto 11 episodes
2005 Blue Heelers John Hawkins Episode: "Keeping up Appearances"
2006 Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King Duane Allman Episode: "You Know They Got a Hell of a Band "
2007 Satisfaction Gary Episode: "Jizz"
2008 Canal Road Colin Burns Episodes: season 1, episode 2, season 1, episode 10
2008 Rush Stace Episode: season 1, episode 3
2006–2009 Neighbours Guy Sykes 17 episodes
2008–2009 East of Everything Jai 10 episodes
2010 City Homicide Vince Rossett Episode: "Tomato Can"
2010 Rush Nathaniel Doulton Episode: season 3, episode 22
2011 Everyman Tradie Short film
2011 Killing Time Graeme Jensen Episodes: season 1, episodes 2 & 4
2011 Small Time Gangster Steve 8 episodes
2011–2012, 2014 Home and Away Jake Pirovic 11 episodes
2011 Crawlspace Kid Post-Production
2012 John Doe Henry Junig Post-production
2015 Catching Milat Richard Milat

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Welcome New Neighbours". TV Soap. nextmedia: 6. 7–21 August 2006. 
  2. ^ "Guy Sykes is back in town". What's on TV. IPC Media. 16 June 2009. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 

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