Ian Gilmour (actor)

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Ian Gilmour is a New Zealand-born actor, who has worked mostly in Australia.

He has acted in several Australian television series, most notably as Kevin Burns in Prisoner in 1980. Other credits include: The Box, Chopper Squad, Kingswood Country, Waterloo Station, A Country Practice and The Flying Doctors.

Film credits include: The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, The Odd Angry Shot, Silver City, The Coca-Cola Kid, Malpractice and A Cry in the Dark.

He subsequently moved away from acting to become a director. His directorial credits in television include: The Flying Doctors, Heartbreak High, Water Rats , McLeod's Daughters and Home and Away.

He made a film in 2006 called Magma: Volcanic Disaster about a volcanic disaster.

Gilmour lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and son.

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