Andrew Clarke (actor)

Andrew Clarke (Actor)

Andrew Clarke (actor)

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Andrew Clarke (born 1954) in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, is an Australian actor most known for his television work. Andrew Clarke was one of the most popular Australian actors in the 1980s and 1990s. He is also a two-time Logie winner.

Career

Andrew Clarke began his career in theatre. His theatre credits include Macbeth, The Winter's Tale, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Cherry Orchard, Long Day's Journey into Night, The Glass Menagerie, The Devil's Advocate, Waiting for Godot and Under Milk Wood.

He has had several high-profile roles in television movies, series and mini-series, including starring in the popular series Banjo Paterson's The Man From Snowy River ("Snowy River: The McGregor Saga") as Matt McGregor for four seasons from 1993-1996.

Other television roles included a short stint in soap opera Prisoner where he played the role of Geoff Maynard, the on-going role of Terry Hansen in soap opera Sons and Daughters. He played Terry Hansen in 1983 and 1984. In 1992 He acted as Sonny Hammond in The Adventures of Skippy which was short lived and ran for one season with 39 episodes.

Other major roles have been in the 1985 mini-series Anzacs, in which he won the 1985 best actor Silver Logie, the 1986 mini-series Sword of Honour and the 1985 mini-series about Charles Kingsford Smith called A Thousand Skies, in which he appeared as Charles Ulm.

Clarke had a starring role as sleuth Simon Templar in The Saint in Manhattan...
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