Jonny Pasvolsky

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Jonny Pasvolsky
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Born Jonathan Marc Pasvolsky
(1972-07-26) 26 July 1972 (age 44)
Cape Town, South Africa
Occupation actor
Spouse(s) Carolyn Pasvolsky
Children Viola Emery Rose Pasvolsky(2012-)
Sylvie Star Pasvolsky (2009-)
Marlena Sierra Pasvolsky (2007-)

Jonathan Marc Pasvolsky (born 26 July 1972), also known as Jonny Pasvolsky, is an Australian actor.

Early life and education[edit]

Pasvolsky was born in Cape Town, South Africa, to a Jewish family. He was raised in Australia.[1] He studied acting at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne.[1]


Pasvolsky is best known for his role (Rob Shelton/Matt Bosnich, 2005–2007) in McLeod's Daughters, which he received a nomination for as "Most Popular New Male Talent" at the Logie Awards of 2006. He has also appeared in the second Underbelly series, Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities, and has had guest roles in several Australian television series: SeaChange, Farscape, and All Saints.[1] He starred as Mr. Hooper in Hey, Hey, It's Esther Blueburger and played Antonio Morelli in the UK.TV mini-series False Witness. In 2010 he guest starred in an episode of the popular Australian TV Series Sea Patrol. He appeared in a starring role, as the moustached villian in the Johnny Depp 2015 film Mortdecai. And was in an episode in Season One of the hit new TV series 2016 Westworld in a scene with actor Thandie Newton.

Personal life[edit]

Pasvolsky and wife Carolyn welcomed a baby girl, Marlena Sierra Pasvolsky, on Tuesday October 23, 2007 in Sydney. They have since welcomed Sylvie Star in August 2009 and Viola Emery Rose in March 2012. Mother, Monica Pasvolsky, a college lecturer in Sydney south west suburbs at acbc college.

Short film[edit]

  • Blood (2008), Goran Strovejski - Victorian College of the Arts with Julia Harari, Anya Beyersdorf and Milijana Cancar)


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