Brendan Cowell Movies and Career Information

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Aug 16, 1976
Actor and Writer

Brendan Cowell (born 16 August 1976) is an Australian actor, screenwriter and director. Cowell was born in Cronulla, Sydney, New South Wales. He was stumbled upon acting by accident while waiting for his sister to come out of a rehearsal, he was then cast in a commercial at age 8. He went to Charles Sturt University, in Bathurst, to complete Bachelor of Arts in Theatre/Media, originally considering journalism as a career option. Although he is generally known as an actor, he also has many off-screen credits to his name, such as writing and directing. He won the Patrick White Playwrights' Award for his third play Bed along with a collection of other awards. His play Ruben Guthrie showed at the Belvoir St Theatre in 2009 to sell-out houses. It has a new production at La Boite Theatre in 2011, starring Gyton Grantley and directed by David Berthold. His most famous acting role is playing the enigmatic Tom on Australian cable TV's Love My Way, for which he also wrote several episodes, and playing Todd for the first two seasons on Life Support on SBS TV, for which he also wrote sketches. His most recent foray into film have included roles in the 2007 crime drama Noise, World War 1 drama

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