Steven Tandy

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Steven Tandy
Born (1952-10-23) 23 October 1952 (age 62)
Sydney, Australia

Steven Tandy (born 23 October 1952) is an Australian stage, television and film actor, best known for playing Tom Sullivan, the second eldest son in the classic Australian television series The Sullivans.

Biography[edit]

After graduating from NIDA, Steven Tandy landed the role in the iconic Australian television series The Sullivans. Since then he has appeared often in film and stage roles. For thirteen years he played the role of Commodore Lassard in the Police Academy Show at Warner Bros. Movie World on the Gold Coast.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director
2003 Gettin' Square Warren Halliwell Jonathan Teplitzky
1994 Rough Diamonds Roger Bright Donald Crombie

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Other notes
2014 Secrets & Lies Kevin Gresham
2006 Mortified Mr. McClusky
2006 H2O: Just Add Water Mr Hendrix Season 1, Episode 13 – Shipwrecked
1976 The Sullivans Tom Sullivan
1975 The Unisexers

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Other notes
2012 The Wizard of Oz The Wizard Directed by Tim O'Connor (Harvest Rain Theatre Company)
2009 25 Down Gary Directed by Jon Halpin (Queensland Theatre Company)
2007 Summer Wonderland Directed by Ian Lawson(La Boite Theatre)
2007 'Allo 'Allo! Colonel Kurt Von Strohm Directed by Peter Farago (Twelfth Night Theatre)
2006 Last Drinks Marvin McNulty Directed by Ian Lawson (La Boite Theatre)
2005 Run for Your Wife Detective Sergeant Porterhouse Directed by Peter Farago (Twelfth Night Theatre)
2005 Mack & Mabel Mack Sennett Directed by Joan Stalker-Brown (Javeenbah)
2005 Dad's Army Warden Hodges Directed by Chris Betts (Bruce Mason Centre NZ)
2004 The Rocky Horror Show The Narrator Directed by Tony Allcock (On The Boards Theatre Company)
2004 Dad's Army Warden Hodges Directed by Peter Williams (Twin Towns)
2004 Dad's Army Warden Hodges Directed by Peter Williams (Twelfth Night Theatre)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Stage awards[edit]

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