Geoff Morrell Movies and Career Information
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Geoff Morrell (born 1958 in Australia) is an Australian film and theatre actor. Morrell began his career in theatre acting, becoming a founding member of the Theatre South organisation. In 1983, he briefly moved to England, featuring in a number of productions there. In 1985, he branched into film acting, with a minor role in a telemovie version of Wilde's "Lady Windermere's Fan". Over the next few years, he moved between film and theatre, starring in productions such as Macbeth and King Lear, as well as several supporting roles in films telemovies, mini-series and regular series. These included notable Australian films Blackrock and Oscar And Lucinda. He has had guest roles in the series The Secret Life Of Us, Stingers and Farscape. Morrell starred as Harry in Australia's first production of the acclaimed play, Away, which was performed by the Griffin Theatre Company and premiered at the Stables Theatre, Sydney on 7 January 1986. After filming Oscar And Lucinda, Morrell won the role of forensic scientist "Lance Fisk" in the series Murder Call, which screened from 1997 to 1999. In 2000, he won one of his most major roles to date, as the protagonist of the ABC series Grass Roots.