Bryan Brown

Bryan Brown

Bryan Brown
Quick Facts About Bryan Brown
Celebrated Name Bryan Brown
Age 76 years old
Nick Name Bryan Brown
Birth Name Bryan Neathway Brown
Birth Date 1947-06-23
Gender Male
Profession Actor
Birth Nation Australia
Nationality Australian
Place of Birth Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Horoscope Cancer
Ethnicity White
Education Hampton University
Father John Brown
Mother Molly Brown
Marital Status Married
Wife Rachel Ward
Height 1.80 M
Weight 80 Kg
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Net Worth $ 10 million

Who is Bryan Brown?

Bryan Neathway Brown is an Australian actor. He has performed in over eighty film and television projects since the late 1970s, both in his native Australia and abroad.

What is Bryan Brown Famous for?

Bryan Brown is famous for an actor. He made his cinema debut in Scobie Malone as a policeman. He had the lead in a short feature, The Love Letters from Teralba Road in 1977. He had small roles in The Irishman in 1978. He had a bigger part in Newsfront in 1978. He had the lead in the low budget film Third Person Plural and a key role in Jeffrey's The Odd Angry Shot, and Crombie's Cathy's Child. He played the lead in a short for Wallace, Conman Harry, and the Others, and had a leading role in Albie Thoms' Palm Beach. He became known to an international audience for his performance in Breaker Morant in 1980.

He had starring roles in Blood Money, a thriller, and Winter of Our Dreams, a relationship drama with Judy Davis written and directed by John Duigan. He had a huge international success playing the lead role in the TV mini-series A Town Like Alice, which won popularity in the United States. He had another big success internationally with his role as Luke O'Neil in The Thorn Birds. In 1985, he played an Australian hitman in Parker.

He was given the lead role in a U.S action film F/X which was a hit. In 1987, he returned to Australia to make The Umbrella Woman. In 1990, he played the lead in a World War Two drama Blood Oath. He did a sequel to FX, F/X2 in 1991.

He returned to Australia to star in Dead Heart in 1996. He played Ned land in a mini-series version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. He starred in the romantic comedy Dear Claudia in 1999 and had a support role in Two Hands. He starred in Grizzly Falls, and Journey to the Center of the Earth. He had a support role in Risk and the lead in On the Beach and Dirty Deeds which he also produced. He starred in the ghost film The Darkside and had the lead in a TV series Old School. He appeared for the Sydney Theatre Company at the Wharf Theatre with Alison Whyte in David Williamson's play Travelling North. He was in Kill Me Three Times, Cocktails & Dreams, Deadline Gallipoli, God of Egypt, The Light Between Oceans, and Red Dog: True Blue. He had roles in Australia Day, and Sweet Country and is in Palm Beach. He appeared in the opening ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

Where did Bryan Brown Grow Up?

Bryan Brown was born on June 23, 1947, in Sydney, Australia. He holds Australian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. His birth sign is Cancer. He was born to a father named John Brown and a mother named Molly Brown. His father was an Abolitionist and his mother was an American socialite. He has a younger sister named Kristine. He attended the University of California, Santa Barbara. Later, he attended Hampton University.

What is Bryan Brown Body Features?

Bryan Brown height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.80 m) tall and body weight of 80 kg. He has brown hair and brown eye.

Is Bryan Brown Married?

Bryan Brown is a married man. He married Rachel Ward in 1983. Rachel Ward is an English/Australian actress. The couple has three children, Matilda Brown, Rosie Brown, Joe Brown. 

How much is Bryan Brown's Net Worth?

Bryan Brown estimated net worth of $10 million and his salary is unknown. He earns a good amount of money from his profession.

How many Awards has Bryan Brown won?

Bryan Brown won an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for Two Hands, and Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Breaker Morant. He won the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards for Best Supporting Actor-Male for Beautiful Kate. He won Logie Award for Most Popular Actor in a Miniseries/Telemovie for The Shiralee, and Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries/Telemovie for A Town Like Alice.

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