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Ritchie Singer

Ritchie Singer
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Nationality Australie
Birth at Australia (Australie)

Ritchie Singer is an Australian actor.

Singer portrayed Executive Producer Richard Shapiro in the fictionalized 2005 American television movie/docudrama Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, based on the creation and behind the scenes production of the 1980s prime time soap opera Dynasty. He also played Terence James 'Terry' Madigan in season three of the Australian police procedural Water Rats (1998).

Singer graduated from NIDA in 1983.

Best films

Crocodile Dundee (1986)
(Actor)

Usually with

Rolf de Heer
Rolf de Heer
(2 films)
Paul Hogan
Paul Hogan
(1 films)
Alex Proyas
Alex Proyas
(1 films)
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Filmography of Ritchie Singer (12 films)

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Rapture-Palooza, 1h25
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Films about religion, Films set in the future, Political films, Portrayals of Jesus in film, Dystopian films, Disaster films
Actors Craig Robinson, Anna Kendrick, Ken Jeong, John Francis Daley, Rob Corddry, Thomas Lennon
Rating52% 2.6002752.6002752.6002752.6002752.600275
Lindsey Lewis and her boyfriend Ben House are left on Earth after the rapture. The souls of the worthy have been taken to Heaven while everyone else has been left behind. The people left on Earth must fend for themselves in a world now plagued by evil locusts that constantly yell "suffer!", talking crows that use profanity, brimstone, wraiths, and storms that rain blood. A politician named Earl Gundy takes control of the government and begins calling himself The Beast.
Charlie's Country, 1h49
Directed by Rolf de Heer
Origin Australie
Genres Drama
Actors Luke Ford, David Gulpilil, Gary Sweet, Ritchie Singer, Bojana Novakovic, Daniel Wyllie
Roles Darwin Doctor
Rating71% 3.597193.597193.597193.597193.59719
Charlie, an Aboriginal man who lives in Arnhem Land paints tree barks and fishes barramundi fish, all the while feeling out of place in an Australia which is no longer his. After his spear is confiscated by the police who think it is a weapon, he decides to leave his Aboriginal community and go to the bush. He falls ill and is rushed to the hospital in Darwin. Shortly after, he befriends a woman who buys alcohol illegally for other Aboriginals, and he gets arrested. As a result, he is sent to prison.
Paperback Hero, 1h36
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about writers, Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Hugh Jackman, Claudia Karvan, Andrew Gilbert, Jeanie Drynan, Robyn Moore, Ritchie Singer
Rating64% 3.2485953.2485953.2485953.2485953.248595
The film follows the adventures of a truck driver, Jack Willis, from rural Australia after he writes a bestselling novel. Being embarrassed by its romantic content, he uses the name of his female friend as a pen name. When a publisher decides to take the author "Ruby Vale" on, he is suddenly faced with a problem. He tells his friend that he has used her name, and initially, she wants to tell the publisher the truth. However, Jack and the publisher convince her by telling her that they will organise her wedding, (she is marrying Jack's best friend, Hamish) and so, Ruby is convinced.
Dark City
Dark City (1998)
, 1h40
Directed by Alex Proyas
Origin Australie
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic
Themes Films about altered memories, Medical-themed films, Films set in the future, Films about extraterrestrial life, Serial killer films, Films about psychiatry, Films about disabilities, Political films, Dystopian films, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt, Richard O'Brien, Bruce Spence
Roles Hotel Manager / Vendor
Rating75% 3.799123.799123.799123.799123.79912
John Murdoch (Rufus Sewell) awakens in a hotel bathtub, suffering from amnesia. He receives a phone call from Dr. Daniel Schreber (Kiefer Sutherland), who urges him to flee the hotel to evade a group of men who are after him. During the phone talk, Murdoch discovers the corpse of a brutalized, ritualistically murdered woman, along with a bloody knife. He flees the scene, just as the group of men (known as the Strangers) show up to investigate the room.
Till There Was You, 1h30
Directed by John Seale, A.S.C., A.C.S.
Genres Drama, Adventure, Romance
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Mark Harmon, Jeroen Krabbé, Deborah Kara Unger, Kate Ceberano, Shane Briant, Ritchie Singer
Roles Robbo
Rating56% 2.814062.814062.814062.814062.81406
Frank Flynn is summonsed from New York to Vanuatu by his brother Charlie . He arrives only to find Charlie dead, and becomes involved with his late brother's partner, Viv, and Viv's unhappy wife, Anna.
Encounter at Raven's Gate, 1h34
Directed by Rolf de Heer
Origin Australie
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Ritchie Singer, Terry Camilleri, Max Cullen, Steven Vidler, Vincent Gil, Peter Douglas
Roles Richard
Rating54% 2.71232.71232.71232.71232.7123
On a farming property called Raven's Gate, enthusiastic hydroponicist Richard Cleary (Ritchie Singer) is trying innovative farming practices. He is also trying to accommodate his brother Eddie (Steven Vidler), newly out of gaol and more interested in Richard's wife Rachel (Celine Griffin) than in working on the property. Strange events on the property and a minor crime in the town attract policeman Taylor (Max Cullen) and Special Branch investigator Cummings (Terry Camilleri). Eddie has the misfortune to also cross local cop Skinner (Vincent Gil), by dating the target of his affections, barmaid Annie (Saturday Rosenberg). Tensions in personal relationships and mysterious events (bird kills, disappearing water supplies) build to a climax that sees Raven's Gate assaulted by an alien force, and a number of deaths amongst the protagonists. The film closes with the stunned survivors Eddie and Rachel standing outside Raven's Gate homestead, newly restored by Special Branch, and the soundtrack playing the Easybeats song Friday on My Mind.
Crocodile Dundee, 1h35
Directed by Paul Hogan, Peter Faiman
Origin Australie
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Adventure
Themes Seafaring films, Films about sexuality, Transport films, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon, Terry Gill, Ritchie Singer, David Gulpilil
Roles Con
Rating65% 3.2982553.2982553.2982553.2982553.298255
Sue Charlton is a feature writer for Newsday (which her father owns) and is dating her editor, Richard Mason. She travels to Walkabout Creek, a small hamlet in the Northern Territory of Australia, to meet Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee, a bushman reported to have lost half a leg to a Saltwater Crocodile. On arrival in Walkabout Creek (by helicopter due to its remote location), she cannot locate Dundee, but she is entertained at the local pub by Dundee's business partner Walter "Wally" Reilly, who does his best to explain the town and some of its inhabitants, including the towering hulk Donk, who wins money by placing a glass of beer on his head and challenging people to try and spill the beer by punching him in the stomach (Wally explains that Donk has never spilled a drop). When Dundee finally arrives later that night (dramatically announcing his entrance by throwing his hunting knife at the bar and wrestling a stuffed dead crocodile), Sue finds his leg is not missing, but he has a large scar which he refers to as a "love bite". While Sue dances with Dundee, a group of city kangaroo shooters make fun of Dundee's status as a crocodile hunter, causing him to knock the leader out with one punch. Feeling lucky, he then challenges Donk and proceeds to make him spill the entire glass, not by hitting him in the stomach, but by kissing him on the lips and thus startling him into dropping the tankard.
The Last Warhorse, 1h33
Actors Ritchie Singer, Rob Carlton

Ishikawa, a Japanese businessman (Kazue Matsumoto), takes up residence in Sydney to direct the construction of a waterfront development. However, his employees secretly use his name to acquire the adjoining property to get access to horses.
Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, 1h30
Genres Drama, Documentary, Historical
Actors Pamela Reed, Melora Hardin, Rachael Taylor, Rel Hunt, Ritchie Singer, Bartholomew John
Roles Richard Shapiro
Rating56% 2.815862.815862.815862.815862.81586
In 1980, ABC development executive Vince Peterson (John Terry) meets with producer Aaron Spelling (Nicholas Hammond), looking for a series featuring "greed and manipulation and sex and power and vanity" to battle against CBS' hit nighttime serial Dallas and make it "look like Sesame Street." Writers Richard and Esther Shapiro (Pamela Reed and Ritchie Singer) are already developing their own modern take on I, Claudius, and Dynasty is conceived. From the beginning, Esther's intent to explore "real social issues" and not have the show be an "inane soap with beautiful people and beautiful clothes" clashes with the network and advertisers' squeamishness with homosexual character Steven, "the first openly gay character on a prime time drama series." John Forsythe (Bartholomew John) — the voice of Charlie's Angels '​ Charlie — and Linda Evans (Melora Hardin) are cast as Blake and Krystle Carrington. With the new series at #40 in the ratings, ABC pushes for Steven to be "cured," and Richard conceives a female J. R. Ewing: Blake's bitter ex-wife Alexis. Soon Dynasty welcomes Heather Locklear (Holly Brisley) as sexpot Sammy Jo, and Joan Collins (Alice Krige) as villainess Alexis. Ratings rise as Alexis tears her way through Dynasty and Sammy Jo makes Steven reconsider same-sex romance. Steven's portrayer Al Corley (Rel Hunt), annoyed at the direction his character is taking, asks "Hey, I'm not gay ... but correct me if I'm wrong, is homosexuality a disease that can be cured by a blonde bimbo in Daisy Duke shorts?" ... and is soon replaced. Stuck at #2 — despite the tease of an affair by Krystle with guest star Rock Hudson (Robert Coleby) — Dynasty becomes "the most expensive show in history" and spawns a spin-off series. The Moldavian wedding massacre finally drives the show to #1 as the world learns that Rock Hudson has AIDS. Collins wants more money for "putting the 'nasty' in Dynasty," but Esther plays hardball to prove that everyone is replaceable. Ratings begin to slide in the aftermath of the Moldavia storyline, and by the seventh season ABC is talking about cancellation. Esther files a profit-seeking lawsuit when news surfaces of Aaron's plans for Spelling Entertainment to go public. Long unhappy with storyline quality, John finally explodes; Joan faces the public spectacle over her divorce. Realizing that the important things in life are passing her by, Linda decides she needs to leave Dynasty, and a supportive Joan wishes her well. Season nine ends with Blake and Alexis in mortal peril, but few viewers. ABC unceremoniously cancels the show — "the '80s are over."