John Howard (Australian actor)

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John Howard
Born (1952-10-22) 22 October 1952 (age 62)
Corowa, New South Wales, Australia

John Howard (born 22 October 1952) is an Australian stage and screen actor. Howard is best known for his appearances in the television series SeaChange, Always Greener, All Saints and Packed to the Rafters.

Career[edit]

Film[edit]

Howard was born in Corowa, New South Wales. He graduated from National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). His first role was The Club. He appeared in the 1988 film Young Einstein, the 2001 film The Man Who Sued God[1] and had a minor supporting role in the 2012 Australian comedy Any Questions for Ben?, along with the 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road.

Television[edit]

Howard is also a television actor and has appeared in a number of Australian programs. He began his career as Bob Scott in Young Ramsay (1979-1980) and he has played Frank Reilly in Wildside (1997–1998), Bob Jelly in SeaChange (1998–2000) and John Taylor in Always Greener (2001–2003). He also played Dr. Frank Campion in the Australian medical TV drama All Saints (2004-2009). He had a role in Packed to the Rafters for a season (2010-2011).

Theatre[edit]

Howard served as the Associate Director of Sydney Theatre Company between 1992 and 1996. He also acted numerous roles in plays including Shrine, Rising Water, Mongrels, The Life of Falileo, Dead White Males, and Measure for Measure.[2]

Awards[edit]

He was the recipient of Sydney Critics Circle Best Stage Actor Award in 1991 and the Variety Club of Australia Stage Actor Heart Award in 1992. Howard has also won the Most Outstanding Actor award at the 2001 Logie Award's for his role in SeaChange,[3] the 2009 Sydney Critics Circle Awards for Best Stage Actor, and the Centenary Medal for Service to the Arts and the Community.[4]

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