Chris Haywood

Actor
Not all successful Australian actors look to make the leap to Hollywood. Case in point: Chris Haywood, who could very well at one point or another during his accumulation of eight Australian Film Institute (AFI) award ... Read more »

Filmography

Actor (72)

Swerve 2013 (Movie)

Armstrong (Actor)

Top of the Lake 2013 (Tv Show)

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Busong 2012 (Movie)

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Sleeping Beauty 2011 (Movie)

Man 2 (Actor)

Beneath Hill 60 2010 (Movie)

Colonel Wilson Rutledge (Actor)

Savages Crossing 2010 (Movie)

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The Pacific 2010 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Boys Are Back 2009 (Movie)

Tom (Actor)

8 2008 (Movie)

("The Water Diary") (Actor)

Jindabyne 2007 (Movie)

Gregory (Actor)

Solo 2006 (Movie)

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One Tree Hill 2005 (Tv Show)

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Black and White 2004 (Movie)

Det. Sgt. Karskens (Actor)

Human Touch 2003 (Movie)

Edward (Actor)

Paradise Found 2002 - 2003 (TV Show)

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The Widower 2003 (Movie)

Neville (Actor)

Nijinsky 2002 (Movie)

Oscar (Actor)

Subterano 2002 (Movie)

Cleary (Actor)

The Nugget 2002 (Movie)

Doug (Actor)

Innocence 2001 (Movie)

Priest (Actor)

One Night the Moon 2001 (Movie)

Sergeant (Actor)

The Monkey's Mask 2001 (Movie)

Dad Fitzgerald (Actor)

Day of the Roses 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

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Muggers 1999 (Movie)

George Roy' Rogers (Actor)

Blackrock 1997 (Movie)

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Kiss Or Kill 1997 (Movie)

Detective Hummer (Actor)

Lust and Revenge 1997 (Movie)

George Oliphant (Actor)

Molokai: The Story of Father Damien 1997 (Movie)

Clayton Strwan (Actor)

Oscar and Lucinda 1997 (Movie)

Mr Judd (Actor)

Shine 1996 (Movie)

Sam (Actor)

Muriel's Wedding 1995 (Movie)

Ken Blundell (Actor)

Exile 1994 (Movie)

Village Priest (Actor)

Touch Me 1994 (Movie)

Claude (Actor)

Alex 1992 (Movie)

Mr Jack (Actor)

A Woman's Tale 1991 (Movie)

Johnathan (Actor)

Island 1991 (Movie)

Janis (Actor)

Sweet Talker 1991 (Movie)

Bostock (Actor)

The Golden Braid 1991 (Movie)

Bernard (Actor)

The Nun and the Bandit 1991 (Movie)

Michael Shanley (Actor)

Aya 1990 (Movie)

Mac (Actor)

Quigley Down Under 1990 (Movie)

Major Ashley Pitt (Actor)

Emerald City 1989 (Movie)

Mike McCord (Actor)

Manifesto 1989 (Movie)

Wango (Actor)

The Navigator 1989 (Movie)

Arno (Actor)

The Tale of Ruby Rose 1989 (Movie)

Henry Rose (Actor)

Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train 1989 (Movie)

Stationmaster (Actor)

Burke & Wills 1987 (Movie)

Tom McDonagh (Actor)

Dogs in Space 1987 (Movie)

Chainsaw Man (Actor)

The Bit Part 1987 (Movie)

Michael Thornton (Actor)

Waterfront 1987 (Movie)

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Malcolm 1986 (Movie)

Willy (Actor)

Strikebound 1985 (Movie)

Wattie Doig (Actor)

The Coca-Cola Kid 1985 (Movie)

Kim (Actor)

Wills and Burke - The Untold Story 1985 (Movie)

Constable (Actor)

A Street to Die 1984 (Movie)

Colin (Actor)

Razorback 1984 (Movie)

Benny Baker (Actor)

Fast Lane Fever 1983 (Movie)

Photographer (Actor)

Man of Flowers 1983 (Movie)

David (Actor)

Attack Force Z 1982 (Movie)

Able Seaman Arnold Bird (Actor)

Heatwave 1982 (Movie)

Peter Hauseman (Actor)

The Man From Snowy River 1982 (Movie)

Curly (Actor)

With Prejudice 1982 (Movie)

Detective Rogerson (Actor)

The Clinic 1981 (Movie)

Dr Eric Linden (Actor)

Breaker Morant 1980 (Movie)

Corporal Sharp (Actor)

Freedom! 1980 (Movie)

Phil (Actor)

Kostas 1979 (Movie)

Martin (Actor)

Maybe This Time 1979 (Movie)

Salesman (Actor)

The Trespassers 1976 (Movie)

Sandy (Actor)

The Great MacArthy 1974 (Movie)

Warbutrton (Actor)

The Removalists 1974 (Movie)

The Removalist (Actor)

The Cars That Ate Paris 1973 (Movie)

Darryl (Actor)

Return to Eden (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Not all successful Australian actors look to make the leap to Hollywood. Case in point: Chris Haywood, who could very well at one point or another during his accumulation of eight Australian Film Institute (AFI) award nominations have chosen to try his luck in Los Angeles. Instead, he has continued to work pretty much exclusively Down Under in both TV and film. One of Haywood's better known roles was as Detective Hummer in the 1997 crime drama "Kiss or Kill." Writer-director Bill Bennett's tale of a young criminal couple on the run won best film and directing awards in Australia that film year, and while Haywood did not win in his AFI category, he was voted best supporting actor for his performance by the nation's main film critics association. Haywood's first AFI nomination was for an early Philip Noyce movie, 1978's "Newsfront." Other kudos have come for everything from the crime TV series "Stingers" to the Paul Cox Greece-set female-centric drama "Island." Overall, Haywood has won three AFI acting awards, beginning with Best Actor for 1985's "A Street to Die," in which he played a Vietnam veteran suing the government for exposing him to the cancer-causing risks of Agent Orange.

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