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Danny Adcock is a Actor Australien born on 29 june 1948 at Sydney (Australie)

Danny Adcock

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Birth name Danny Adcock
Nationality Australie
Birth 29 june 1948 (71 years) at Sydney (Australie)

Danny Adcock (born on 29 June 1948 in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian actor, best known for his work in television and theatre.

His television acting roles include Matlock Police as the killer of Michael Pate's character, Division 4, Homicide, Patrol Boat, Sons and Daughters as Joe Parker, Prisoner as Governor Geoff Carlson of fictional prison Woodridge, A Country Practice, E Street, Fire as "Nugget", Blue Heelers, All Saints, Stingers, and Home and Away as Bishop Pitt.

He was a regular cast member of short-lived soap opera Arcade (1980) as Duncan Adams. In Farscape he played T'raltixx in the second season episode Crackers Don't Matter, and Co-Kura Strappa, a recurring character throughout the third season.

His first film role was in The Cars That Ate Paris. He played a small part in the films Quigley Down Under starring Tom Selleck, and The Yearling with William Holden. He played Terry "Mr Asia" Clark in the film Greed.

Usually with

Peter Weir
Peter Weir
(1 films)
Chris Haywood
Chris Haywood
(2 films)
Kylie Foster
Kylie Foster
(2 films)
Tom Selleck
Tom Selleck
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Danny Adcock (5 films)

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Actor

Quigley Down Under, 1h55
Directed by Simon Wincer
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Action, Adventure, Romance, Western
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Tom Selleck, Laura San Giacomo, Alan Rickman, Ben Mendelsohn, Chris Haywood, Ron Haddrick AM
Roles Mitchell
Rating68% 3.447893.447893.447893.447893.44789
Matthew Quigley (Tom Selleck) is a cowboy and sharpshooter from America with a keen eye and a specially modified rifle with which he can shoot accurately at extraordinary distances. Quigley's weapon of choice is a customized 1874 Sharps Buffalo Rifle. He answers a newspaper advertisement that asks for men with a special talent in long-distance shooting with four words, "M. Quigley 900 yards," written on a copy of the advertisement, punctuated by several closely spaced bullet holes.
Fran
Fran (1985)
, 1h38
Actors Noni Hazlehurst AM, Alan Fletcher, Danny Adcock, Colin McEwan
Roles Ray
Rating66% 3.318693.318693.318693.318693.31869
Fran (Noni Hazlehurst) is a likeably vivacious but irresponsible mother of three children, each from a different relationship. She is a product of the welfare system and several foster homes, and of an alcoholic mother and a father she never knew. Passionate about protecting her children from the community welfare authorities, whom she paints as the enemy, she nevertheless fails to do so.
Barney
Barney (1976)
, 1h33
Actors Spike Milligan, Danny Adcock, Michael Preston, Judi Connelli
Rating60% 3.031933.031933.031933.031933.03193
In the 1880s, a small boy called Barney, a wombat called Amanda and an Irish convict called Rafe are the sole survivors of a shipwreck. They head off to Ballarat together to find Barney's father. On the way two gypsy woman drug Rafe and try to steal Barney's money. Rafe is wrongly accused of horse theft and his imprisoned by Barney helps him scape. Barney is eventually reunited with his father.
The Cars That Ate Paris, 1h31
Directed by Peter Weir
Origin Australie
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Horror comedy, Action, Horror
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies, Comedy horror films, Chase films
Actors John Meillon, Terry Camilleri, Chris Haywood, Bruce Spence, Danny Adcock, Edward "Teddy" Howell
Roles Policeman
Rating56% 2.8007252.8007252.8007252.8007252.800725
The film begins with an urban couple driving through the countryside in what looks like a cinema advertisement. The scene comes to a halt with a fatal accident. The rural Australian town of Paris arranges fatal accidents to visitors driving through. Townspeople collect items from the luggage of the deceased passengers whilst survivors are taken to the local hospital where they are given lobotomies with power tools and kept as "veggies" for medical experiments by the earnest town surgeon. The young men of the town salvage and modify the wrecked vehicles into a variety of strange-looking cars designed for destruction.