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Charles Tingwell

Charles TingwellAKA Charles William Tingwell

Born: 3-Jan-1923
Birthplace: Coogee, New South Wales, Australia
Died: 15-May-2009
Location of death: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Cause of death: Cancer - Prostate

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Australia
Executive summary: Breaker Morant

Military service: Royal Australian Air Force (WWII)

Father: William Harvey Tingwell
Mother: Enid Green
Wife: Audrey May Wilson (m. 19-Jul-1951, d. 7-Jun-1996, one son, one daughter)
Son: Christopher
Daughter: Virginia

    Order of Australia 1999
    Australian Film Walk of Fame 2008

    Home and Away Dr. Gordon (1995)
    Neighbours Henry O'Rourke (1993-2003)
    Homicide Insp. Reg Lawson (1973-77)
    Emergency-Ward 10 Dr. Alan Dawson (1957-62)

    Three Blind Mice (8-Jun-2008)
    Hunt Angels (11-Aug-2006) · Himself
    Jindabyne (23-May-2006) · Minister
    Irresistible (18-Apr-2006)
    Ned Kelly (22-Mar-2003) · Premier Berry
    Changi (14-Oct-2001)
    The Dish (15-Sep-2000)
    On the Beach (28-May-2000)
    Innocence (May-2000)
    The Wog Boy (24-Feb-2000)
    The Craic (29-Apr-1999)
    Amy (27-Aug-1998)
    The Castle (10-Apr-1997)
    The Last Bullet (1995)
    A Cry in the Dark (4-Nov-1988)
    Miracle Down Under (10-Dec-1987)
    Windrider (25-Dec-1986)
    Malcolm (5-Sep-1986)
    Annie's Coming Out (20-Sep-1984)
    My First Wife (13-Sep-1984)
    Puberty Blues (10-Dec-1981)
    Breaker Morant (16-May-1980) · Lt. Col. Denny
    Money Movers (Oct-1978)
    The Adventures of Eliza Fraser (16-Dec-1976)
    "Jock" Petersen (25-Oct-1974)
    The High Commissioner (22-Aug-1968)
    Thunderbirds Are GO (15-Dec-1966) · Dr. Grant [VOICE]
    Dracula: Prince of Darkness (9-Jan-1966) · Alan
    The Secret of Blood Island (Dec-1964)
    Murder Ahoy (22-Sep-1964) · Det. Insp. Craddock
    Murder Most Foul (Mar-1964) · Insp. Craddock
    Murder at the Gallop (24-Jun-1963) · Insp. Craddock
    Murder, She Said (7-Jan-1962) · Craddock
    Tarzan the Magnificent (20-Jul-1960)
    Cone of Silence (10-May-1960)
    Bobbikins (28-Jul-1959)
    The Shiralee (11-Jul-1957)
    Smiley (28-Jun-1956)
    The Desert Rats (8-May-1953) · Lt. Carstairs
    Kangaroo: The Australian Story (16-May-1952)
    Bitter Springs (24-Jun-1950)

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Author of books:
Bud: A Life (2004, memoir, with Peter Wilmoth)
Charles "Bud" Tingwell's War Stories: The Heroes, the Battles, the Tragedies and the Triumphs of World War II (2009, memoir, with Kim Lockwood)

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