1949 (age 65–66)
Terry Camilleri (born 1949) is a Maltese-born Australian actor.
Camilleri was born in Malta and made his feature film debut in Peter Weir's 1974 film The Cars That Ate Paris. Terry appeared in the 1983 hit sequel film Superman III. He portrayed the Emperor Napoleon I in the 1989 film Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. He also made a cameo appearance in Weir's The Truman Show.
In 2006, as part of the World Cup campaign in Australia, Camilleri played the character of "History", an 800-year-old orc-like creature for the Nike "Stuff History" advertisements. Which is part of Nike's soccer Joga Bonito adverts.
- "Movies & TV: Terrance Camilleri". The New York Times.
- "The Cars That Ate Paris". The New York Times.
- "Superman III". The New York Times.
- "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure". The New York Times.
- "The Truman Show". The New York Times.
- Hawker, Phillipa (1995). 'Incident at Raven's Gate', in Murray, Scott (ed.), Australian Film 1978–1994: A Survey of Theatrical Features. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, Australian Film Commission and Cinema Papers.
- "Movies: Hey DJ (2005)". The New York Times.
- Scott, A. O. (20 March 2009). "Movie Review: Knowing". The New York Times.
- "Knowing". The New York Times.
- Terry Camilleri at the Internet Movie Database
- Terry Camilleri at AllMovie
- Terry Camilleri on Myspace
- Terry Camilleri on Facebook
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