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Malcolm Kennard


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AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama

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Malcolm Bruce "Mal" Kennard *(born in 1967) is an Australian born actor of theatre, film and television. He has appeared in a wide variety of roles in Australia, from soap opera to mini-series and made for television films and also in US productions.


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After doing bit parts in country theatrical productions, Kennard studied acting before making his professional d├ębut at the Grant Street Theatre in Melbourne, Australia.

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Screen appearances soon followed, and he has worked in theatre, film and television ever since. In 1993, Mal received an AFI Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role for Television Drama, for his performance as "Luke Shaw" in Joh's Jury.

Personal life

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Born in Sydney, he spent most of his youth in country New South Wales, before returning to the capital city for work. He also lived in various parts of the United States during an extended hiatus.


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  • Backtrack
  • The Menkoff Method
  • My Mistress
  • Showboy
  • Needle (2010 film)
  • The Matrix Reloaded
  • Bad Bush
  • Diana & Me
  • Amy (1997 film)
  • Secrets (1992 Australian film)
  • Television

  • Catching Milat (mini-series)
  • Devil's Playground (TV series)
  • Old School (TV series)
  • An Accidental Soldier
  • Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms
  • The Straits
  • Rush TV (TV series)
  • Killing Time (TV series)
  • Masters of Horror
  • Joh's Jury
  • E Street
  • A Country Practice
  • Theatre

    A partial list of his theatre credits follows:

  • The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
  • It'S Ralph
  • The Ad Man
  • Suddenly Last Summer
  • The Judas Kiss
  • References

    Malcolm Kennard Wikipedia

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