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Hugh Keays-Byrne - Absentee Pack 2019 SupaNova Sydney&Perth

Absentee Pack

Hugh Keays-Byrne - Absentee Pack 2019 SupaNova Sydney&Perth


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Absentee packs are designed for people who are unable to attend in person, the guest/celebrity will be in attendance at the event and we are able to source autographs on the medium requested.

** If you wish for a personalisation, please state what name you want in the NOTES **

** ADDING NOTES is located on the SHOPPING CART PAGE **   

Any items that you wish to get signed, may be sent to our PO BOX, please contact us before sending any items. Bulky items may be unable to be signed, and will be returned at an increased postage rate.
Please discuss with us first

If any guest cancels or cannot attend the show, their purchases will be refunded via the method they were paid.


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Hugh Keays-Byrne is an Australian actor born in Srinagar, Kashmir (1947); educated and raised in England.

He began his career as a stage actor in England in 1964 working at Theatre Centre Limited, then at The Mermaid Theatre (Sir Bernard Miles company) and for 6 years at the Royal Shakespeare Company. The RSC’s world tour of Peter Brook’s famous production of A Midsummer Night’s dream brought him to Australia in 1973. He decided to stay.

He continued to work in the theatre in Australia through the ’70s; Lennie in Of Mice and Men and Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire, both at the Sydney Opera House, were acclaimed productions. In his first year in Australia, he was cast as Toad in Stone (1974) and regular film roles followed; the most significant of these being as Toecutter in George Miller’s debut Mad Max (1979).

Hugh has had significant roles in over 20 films in Australia, among them are: The Man From Hong Kong (1975), THE CHAIN REACTION (1980), Strikebound (1984), Burke and Wills (1985), Kangaroo (1987), Resistance (1992, Co-Writer/ Co-Director, Actor), and Sleeping Beauty (2011).

He has also had roles in a plethora of television productions, including: Death Train (1978), Moby Dick (1998), Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1999), and one of his all time favourites as “that chick magnet” Grunchlk in Farscape (2001) and Peacekeeper Wars (2004).

His latest film role is as Immortan Joe in Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Hugh has a partner, Christina, of 45 years and lives on the Central Coast, north of Sydney, Australia.

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