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John Ewart

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Australian character actor John Ewart spent most of his life performing on stage, radio, television, and in over 20 feature films. He was five when he made his stage debut and not much older when he first worked in radio. Ewart made his feature film debut at age 18, playing the youngest brother in Charles Chauvel's Sons of Matthew (1949). When television went down under in 1956, Ewart became the host of a live children's show that lasted eight years. He also became a popular guest on game shows and variety shows, as well as making guest-star appearances on numerous series. When not on television, he was busy on stage and furthering his film career, the pinnacle of which came when he won the Australian Film Institute's 1977 best supporting actor award for his role in The Picture Show Man. Ewart made his final film appearance in Tracks of Glory (1992), the acclaimed account of a black American cyclist living in Australia who overcomes prejudice and corruption to become a world champion.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Newsfront
  • Charlie Henderson
2001
No Score Yet Hurricane Smith (Dead on Delivery)
  • Julie's Grandfather
1992
No Score Yet Which Way Home
  • Actor
1990
No Score Yet The Quest
  • Ricketts
1986
No Score Yet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Actor
1986
No Score Yet Big Hurt
  • Harry
1986
No Score Yet Razorback
  • Turner
1984
No Score Yet Run Rebecca, Run!
  • Minister for Immigration/"Fancy" the Cockatoo
1982
No Score Yet Island Trader
  • Actor
1982
No Score Yet Kitty and the Bagman
  • Train Driver
1982
No Score Yet Deadline
  • Actor
1981
No Score Yet Blue Fire Lady
  • Mr. Porter
1977
No Score Yet The Picture Show Man
  • Freddie
1977
No Score Yet Caddie
  • Actor
1976
No Score Yet Let the Balloon Go
  • Police Constable Baird
1976
No Score Yet Sunday Too Far Away
  • Ugly
1975
No Score Yet Jock Petersen
  • Pete
1974

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