3 December 1976
Richard Seymour Cawthorne (born 3 December 1976) is an Australian actor of theatre, film and television.
Cawthorne has appeared in many film and television productions. His credits include Catching Milat, Fat Tony & Co, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, The Straits, East West 101, Rush (2008 TV series), Noise (2007 Australian film), Neighbours, Underbelly: Squizzy, Wolf Creek (TV series) and Killing Time, for which he won the 2012 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama. In 2015 Richard was appointed Ambassador to the National Theatre, Melbourne.
Cawthorne was born in Hong Kong in 1976, the youngest of two, his mother Zelda was a journalist for the South China Morning Post, and his father Russelll, a Marketing Executive for Hong Kong film company Golden Harvest Studios.
|2016||The Death and Life of Otto Bloom||Duane Renaud|
|2016||Wolf Creek (TV series)||Kane|
|2016||Jack Irish||Fraser Boyd|
|2015||Catching Milat||Detective Paul Gordon|
|2014||Fat Tony & Co||Jarrod Ragg|
|2013||Underbelly: Squizzy||Long Harry' Slater|
|2012||Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms||Foggy|
|2012||10 Terrorists||Judge MI6|
|2012||Australia on Trial - Massacre at Myall Creek||Russell|
|2012||Australia on Trial - The Eureka 13||James Harris|
|2011||Killing Time||Dennis Allen|
|2011||East West 101||Sterling|
|2011||Rush||Joe Hadden||(3 episodes, 2011)|
|2009||City Homicide||Harry Bolingbroke||(1 episode, 2009)|
|2008||East of Everything||Driver||(1 episode, 2008)|
|2008||Canal Road||Greg Manor||(1 episode, 2008)|
|2008||Rush||Novak||(1 episode, 2008)|
|2006||Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King||Hot Rod Driver||Tele Movie|
|2005||Neighbours||Reuben Hausman||(11 Episodes, 2005)|
|2005||The Glenmore Job||Officer Danoz||Tele Movie|
|2003||Stingers||Mark 'Weasel' Burridge||(1 episode, 2003)|
|2001||Blue Heelers||Bradley Eckhardt||(2 Episodes, 2001)|
|2000||Halifax f.p.||Gary Groom||Tele Movie|
|2000||Stingers||Mick Prentice||(1 episode, 2000)|
|2000||Eugénie Sandler P.I.||Sammy|
Awards and nominations
|2012||AACTA Awards||Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama||Killing Time||Won|
|2005||Shriekfest Film Festival||Best Actor||Razor Eaters||Won.|
- Bridget McManus (9 November 2011). "Killing Time". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 4 October 2013.
-  2012 AACTA Awards Nominees and Winners
- The Age 9 November 2011 Pakula kills time watching a crook by Suzanne Carbone
- IMDb Biography
- Shriekfest 2005 Winners - 2005 Archived 17 October 2011 at the Wayback Machine.