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BRYAN BROWN (King Carney) became an international star in the early 1980s with the success of the breakout Australian film "Breaker Morant” and the popular TV miniseries "The Thorn Birds” and "A Town Like Alice.”

His film credits include "Gorillas in the Mist,” "FX,” "Cocktail,” "Along Came Polly,” "Newsfront,” "The Shirlee,” "Blood Oath Risk” and "Two Hands,” for which he won his second Australian Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Brown also produces film and television projects though his company New Town Films, including the Aboriginal-themed drama "Dead Heart.” His 12 part television series "Twisted Tales,” featuring some of Australia's most popular actors and promising new directors, has been seen by audiences in over 100 countries.

New Town Films produced the short films "Blindman's Bluff,” the 2000 AFI award winning "The Big House,” both written and directed by Rachel Ward, and the 50- minute drama "Martha's New Coat,” also directed by Ward. In 2003 "Martha's New Coat” won an Australian Film Critic's Circle Award for Best Short Drama.

Brown starred in and produced the feature "Dirty Deeds,” written and directed by David Caesar, which was released in Australia in 2002 to much box office success. Brown is currently working on "Two Twisted” for the Nine Network, a follow up to "Twisted Tales” which will present opportunities to new writers and emerging directors.

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