Stewart Ginn (actor)
Stewart Ginn first became known in radio, where he played the main role in The Air Adventures of Hop Harrigan (1954), among other roles.
He then became a stage actor, his credits including:
- Sidney Howard's They Knew What They Wanted (1953), with Zoe Caldwell
- His Excellency (1954), with Barry Humphries; he won the Erik Kuttner Award for his performance
- The Heiress (1954), with Zoe Caldwell
- Garson Kanin's Born Yesterday (1954), with Zoe Caldwell and Ray Lawler
- Shakespeare's Henry V, at the 1964 Adelaide Festival of Arts, with John Bell, Dennis Olsen, Anna Volska and Max Meldrum
- John Mortimer's Lunch Hour (1965)
- Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten (1966), with Ron Haddrick
- Arthur Miller's The Price (1970).
In 1959 he appeared in the television play They Were Big, They Were Blue, They Were Beautiful. Between 1966 and 1968 he appeared as Peregrine Nancarrow in the television comedy My Name's McGooley, What's Yours?, alongside Gordon Chater, John Meillon and Judi Farr. In 1968 he won a Penguin Award as Best Supporting Actor for Nancarrow. That year he reprised Nancarrow in the spin-off series Rita and Wally.
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