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 Tommy Dysart

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Birth
Maryhill, Glasgow City, Scotland
Death 15 Jun 2022 (aged 86)
Melbourne, Melbourne City, Victoria, Australia
Burial Burial Details Unknown
Memorial ID 240646873 View Source

Actor. He was best known to Australian television viewers as the vicious and cold prison officer Jock Stewart on the popular soap opera "Prisoner" from 1980 to 1982. He graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney in 1959 and later started a career both as a vocalist and performing on the theatrical stage. In 1963, he made his television debut on the series "Consider Your Verdict." Besides "Prisoner," he would go on to appear in such series as "Matlock Police," "Homicide," "Cop Shop," "Come Midnight Monday," "The Flying Doctors," "Wedlocked," and "Something in the Air." In 1969, he made his "big screen" debut in the film "It Takes All Kinds." His later film credits included "The Man from Snowy River," (1982) "Bliss," (1985) "Garbo," (1992) and "Flynn." (1996) He was also well known for the television commercials he appeared in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Bio by: Mr. Badger Hawkeye

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