Bryan Brown Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth

Bryan Brown Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth – Bryan Neathway Brown, is an well known Australian actor. He has had a long career and performed in over eighty film and television projects. These date back to the late 1970s, both in his native Australia and abroad, such as the UK and Hollywood.

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NameBryan BrownNicknameNot KnownBirth NameBryan Neathaway BrownProfessionActor and ProducerDate of Birth23rd June 1947Age (as of 2021)71 years oldBirth PlaceSydney, New South WalesAustraliaCurrently Living InSydney, AustraliaNationalityAustralianHeight (approx.)185 cm, 1.85 m,6 feet 1 inchesWeight (approx.)81KgEye ColorBrownHair ColorUnknownParentsJohn “Jack” Brown

and Molly Brown

ReligionChristanityMarital StatusYesRelationshipRachel Ward married

since 1983

Career and Lifestyle Info:

Brown went to Britain in 1964, eventually winning minor roles at the Old Vic. He returned to Australia and became a member of the Genesian Theatre, Sydney. He appeared in Colleen Clifford’s production of A Man for All Seasons, before joining the Queensland Theatre Company in 1975 for a tour of The Rainmaker.

He made his cinema debut in the 1975 film Scobie Malone as a policeman, delivering two lines, and being listed last in the credits as “Brian Bronn”. In 1977, he appeared in a small role in The Love Letters from Teralba Road and appeared in several more Australian films over the next two years such as Stir and Money Movers.

In 1980, Brown became known to international audiences for his performance in Breaker Morant. While he continued appearing in Australian productions, he also appeared in another Australian TV mini-series, “A Town Like Alice”, which won popularity in the United States. He is best known to American television audiences for his role as Luke O’Neil in The Thorn Birds (1983), starring Richard Chamberlain and Rachel Ward (whom he later married).

Brown was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor – Miniseries or a Movie for his work. He starred in several international productions including Tai-Pan with Joan Chen, F/X – Murder by Illusion[2] Gorillas in the Mist with Sigourney Weaver and Cocktail with Tom Cruise.

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Zodiac / Star SignCancerScreen DebutScobie Malone in 1975Net worth$10 millionSchoolUnknownCollegeUnknownEducational QualificationUnknownSocial MediaUnknownLanguagesEnglishWebsiteUnknown

Known for?

Bryan is known for the films Cocktail released in 1988, Two Hands released in 1999 and Breaker Morant released in 1980. Also as Luke O’Neil in The Thorn Birds, TV series.

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Family and Personal Info:

Brown was born in Sydney, the son of John “Jack” Brown and Molly Brown, a pianist in the early days of the Langshaw School of Ballet, who also worked as a house cleaner. He grew up with his younger sister, Kristine, in the south-western Sydney suburb of Panania, and began working at AMP as an actuarial student.

He started to act in amateur theatre performances, where he discovered a passion for acting. When Bryan Brown was first introduced to Rachel Ward on the set of the TV miniseries The Thorn Birds in 1983, he read her palm and predicted she would have three children. They married a few months after filming wrapped. They have three children, one of whom, Matilda Brown, is also an actress.