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28 November 1974
|Spouse(s)||Deborah Clay (2003-present)|
Life and career
Schmid was born in Geelong, Australia to Hungarian parents, and is best known for playing Todd Landers in the Australian soap opera Neighbours. He played Leading Seaman Robert Dixon on the prime-time Nine Network drama, Sea Patrol, starring in all five seasons of the show.
He also had a recurring role on Packed to the Rafters as Alex, who has cerebral palsy.
After Neighbours, he appeared as Adam Newman in the 1990s remake of The Tomorrow People. While on a four-year work permit in the UK he made appearances on several UK television shows as well as the plays The Lion in Winter and Laura.
Schmid appears on the Channel Nine Show 20 to 1, hosted by Bert Newton.
Schmid is currently playing Mick Jennings in a guest role on Home and Away
- "NY Times: Kristian Schmid". The New York Times. Retrieved 25 February 2010.
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