Chris Haywood stars in "Sleeping Beauty" (2011), opposite Emily Browning.

Chris Haywood has built up an extraordinary body of work in Australian film and television. He has been presented with Australian Film Institute Awards for the features "A Street to Die" (1985) and "Emerald City" (1988), and the drama series "Stingers." The Film Critics Circle of Australia also recognized him for "Kiss or Kill."

In the 1970s and 80s he was in such iconic Australian films as "The Cars That Ate Paris," "The Removalist," "Newsfront," "Breaker Morant," "Heatwave," "The Man from Snowy River," "Razorback" and "Malcolm." Hardly a year has gone by that Chris hasn't appeared in at least one Australian film, and sometimes he works on as many as four. Credits include "Beneath Hill 50," "The Boys Are Back," "Jindabyne," "Black Rock," "Muriel's Wedding," "Shine," most of the films of Paul Cox, and the US miniseries "The Starter Wife."


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Age: 69 years old
Birthday: July 24, 1948
Full Name / Real Name: Christopher Charles Haywood
Birthplace: Billericay, Essex, England, UK

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