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Subscribe here: 🤍 Full Episodes: 🤍 | Mad About the Guy (2001) He is a special breed of actor. Guy Pearce has impressed Hollywood, but Hollywood does not impress him. To him, LA is just the office - he would much rather be home in Melbourne. The kid who wagged school to audition for Neighbours has gone from soap star to superstar, from working with Kylie to being directed by Steven Spielberg. His latest film, Memento, has opened to stunning reviews in America, and with four other feature films on the go, this could be Guy Pearce's biggest year. But do not expect that to change him. As Tara Brown discovered, the best thing about Guy is that he is just a regular guy. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Tom Steinfort, Tara Brown, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia
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Known for such films as “L.A. Confidential” and “The King’s Speech,” Australian actor Guy Pearce plays the intense role of a menacing preacher in the new thriller “Brimstone.” On TODAY he says that he met girlfriend Carice van Houten on the set of the film, in which she co-stars, and now they have a baby son, Monte. » Subscribe to TODAY: 🤍 » Watch the latest from TODAY: 🤍 About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: 🤍 Find TODAY on Facebook: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Twitter: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Google+: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Instagram: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Pinterest: 🤍 Guy Pearce: I Met The Mother Of My Child On The Set Of ‘Brimstone’ | TODAY
Guy tells James about winning the bodybuilding state championship as a teenager in Australia - the only bodybuilding contest he entered, and the two work out some poses.
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Aussie actor Guy Pearce returned to Ramsay Street for the 'Neighbours' finale, and he tells us how he had to find out who Mike Young was after all these years. Subscribe: 🤍 Welcome to the YouTube home of The Project, we think you're going to like it here! Watch full episodes of The Project here: 🤍 Check us out on Facebook: 🤍 And Instagram: 🤍 Why not Twitter too: 🤍 #TheProjectTV #GuyPearce #Neighbours
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Subscribe and 🔔 to the BBC 👉 🤍 Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉 🤍 Guy Pearce talks about his former love interest being back in Neighbours before Graham shows him a Neighbour's 'Who's Who' magazine from the 1980s. Together on Graham's Hogmanay sofa are Olivia Colman, who received acclaim for her portrayal of Queen Anne in the 18th-century comedy drama The Favourite, and her co-star in that film Nicholas Hoult, Oscar-nominated star of Atonement and Love Actually Keira Knightley, starring in new biographical movie Colette, and Guy Pearce talks about his new historical drama Mary Queen of Scots. With music from Rita Ora, who performs a medley of hits from her current album Phoenix. The Graham Norton Show | Series 24 Episode 13 | BBC #TheGrahamNortonShow #GrahamNorton #bbc All our TV channels and S4C are available to watch live through BBC iPlayer, although some programmes may not be available to stream online due to rights. If you would like to read more on what types of programmes are available to watch live, check the 'Are all programmes that are broadcast available on BBC iPlayer?' FAQ 👉 🤍
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The title track of Guy Pearce's second album, directed by Brown and filmed on location just outside of Prague. Says Guy, "It was fantastic to work with Kerry Brown again. I first worked with Kerry in 2004 when he was our photographer on The Proposition, and then again in 2011 on Prometheus, as well as a couple of other films in between. "This time though, it was as my director on this video for 'The Nomad' - the first song off my new album of the same name. "This was an idea Kerry had while we were also shooting a much longer and more detailed clip, also for the same song. "Here, Kerry wanted to see a raw, almost live performance of the song ... a ‘teaser’, if you will. "The idea came to him while we were a couple of hours outside Prague scouting this disused factory location. It’s an ominous place that’s equally as beautiful as it is strange. "To find me here with nothing but an old chair and acoustic guitar I think gives the video a spontaneous feeling that avoids all the tricks of modern film making. The song has a desolate feel to it, as does this clip." The Nomad by Guy Pearce will be available worldwide on digital platforms on July 6, with CDs and vinyl available internationally through 🤍guypearce.net, and all good music retailers in Australia.
Today (5th October 2019) is the 52nd birthday of actor Guy Pearce. A Golden Globe nominated actor, Pearce's acting career began in 1986 and gained mainstream notoriety around 1997, but has proved himself to be more interested in staying true to himself as an actor than in being a movie star. Here are The Firewall's Top 10 Guy Pearce Movies. You can find and follow The Firewall on Facebook here: 🤍 ►animated subscribe button by:adib sheikh ►video link:🤍 ►channel link:🤍 Music: Epic Theme No.1 - Steven O'Brien 🤍 ⓈⓣⓐⓡⓒⓗⓈⓤⓝ by O LUX85 is licensed under a Creative Commons License. 🤍
Official music video for Guy's debut single. Directed by Michael Shanks Produced by LateNite Films Contact: michael🤍michaelshanks.com.au Producer: Nicholas Colla Co-Producer: Lucy Hayes Post Producer: Chris Hocking Cinematographer: Edward Goldner Production Design: Rennie Watson & Elissa Hullah Colourist: CJ Dobson 1st AD: Daniel Daperis Editor & Visual Effects: Michael Shanks Phantom Operator: James Macgregor 1st AC: Austin Haigh 2nd AC: Rod Th’ng 3rd AC/Data Wrangler: Tom Hayes Gaffer: Tom Savige Best Boy: Kiwi John 3rd Electrics: Lochlan Broughton 4th Electrics: Joshua Potts Wardrobe & Makeup: Gursel Ali Set Construction: Matt Fisher & Nathan Reardon Production Assistant: Marnie Colla & John Tummino Stills Photography: Michelle Leong Behind The Scenes: Jesse Maskell & Drew Moden Studio Hire: Horizon Studios & Kirsti Byrne Catering: Caterpac PR: Erin Jameson
Guy Pearce stars in this psychological thriller of obsession and deceit. Bruce Cogburn (Pearce), a reclusive and controversial author of the famed book The Infernal Machine, is drawn out of hiding when he begins to receive endless letters from an obsessive fan. What ensues is a dangerous labyrinth as Bruce searches for the person behind the cryptic messages… forcing him to confront his past and ultimately revealing the truth behind The Infernal Machine. The cast includes Alice Eve, Jeremy Davies, and Alex Pettyfer. Writer-director Andrew Hunt's The Infernal Machine releases on digital on September 23, 2022.
LEAVING HOME was kind of the first song I wrote for my album THE NOMAD back in 2015. I was in a bit of shock when my marriage ended earlier that year and this song reflects that disbelief. Facing this new reality was strange and difficult and yet I realise it happens to many people all the time. When I spoke with Zac about doing a clip, his idea was to incorporate other people's experiences of losing relationships and treat mine as just a part of the bigger picture ... still for it to remain personal for me but not to have all the focus on me. I really liked Zac’s idea of setting this in a bar where we see a collection of random people having very different but similarly painful experiences. We never really know when we meet someone what’s going on for them personally. We also never know what’s going to appear round the next corner. - Guy Pearce, 2019. Director: Zac Harris Cinematographer: Dan Dunn Producer: Ryan Kearney AD: Scott Marrinan AC: Anders Eyre Gaffer:Andrew Lock Production Assistant: Noah Hodgson Stedicam Operator: Glenn Clayton Edited by: Zachary Harris & Guy Pearce Colorist: CJ Dobson (Pixel Studios) MUA: Lina Hussein CAST (In order of appearance): Piano Man: Guy Pearce Old Man: Peter Spowart Waitress: Charlotte Wentworth Waiter: Hayden Werchon Lonely Man: Paul Dawber Young Woman: Jess Kernjak Bar Manager: Frank Fazio Dancers: Stephanie Wilson & Alix Gardiner
Guy Pearce has collaborated with Melbourne-based filmmaker Tim White for a second time, delivering a smart, sophisticated new music video for “Truth”, taken from Pearce’s recently released second album, “The Nomad”. Two-time nominee of the Cannes Young Director Award (2013 and 2014) and ARIA Best Music Video Award (2017), White’s first effort with Pearce was the quirky, comical clip for “Fly All The Way”, taken from the actor’s debut album in 2014, “Broken Bones”. Says Pearce, “After all the fun we had making the video for 'Fly all the Way’ Tim White and I became fast friends and I knew I wanted to work with him again. “'Truth' was the song Tim responded to from this latest album, which made sense really because of its off-beat vibe … it’s much less earnest and melancholic than the rest of the songs on 'The Nomad’. “We wanted to keep the clip simple and certainly not as nutty as ‘Fly’, and so Tim had the idea of a 'single shot' performance piece incorporating a small choir. We then decided we wanted a costume change so we settled on two shots instead. “There were a lot of moving parts and so each shot took a bit to rehearse and perfect. I think we did 15 to 20 takes of each, all on one day at Docklands Studios in Melbourne. Camera movement, lighting changes, choreography and of course my performance all needed to synchronise in order to successfully present the song properly. “Tim’s pretty much a perfectionist, which I love of course. As much as I like VFX, it’s very cool to capture everything on camera and Tim wasn’t going to let us off without it being right. “I hope you like it!” Says White, “I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to create another music video with Guy (especially after the wackiness of our previous effort for ‘Fly All the Way’). He’s an amazing collaborator and so supportive and trusting of my ideas. “We wanted ‘Truth’ to be more of a stripped back performance clip, revealing Guy as the rock star he’s perhaps not best known as. “Though there’s only two shots in this video, there were a lot of moving parts and complicated elements at play; there are over 400 lighting cues that were mostly pre-programmed and synced to the track by lighting designer Andre Vanderwert (whom I made one of my earliest music videos with). The camera was mounted on this amazing Frankenstein of a dolly by grips Dan Mitton and Dane Clarke, and choreographed to move fluidly around the Docklands Studios space by cinematographer extraordinaire Ed Goldner (my first time working with these guys). “Another first time collaboration was with stylist Eugyeene The, who did a brilliant job of dressing Guy as the suave rock-dog he was born to be. “We managed to pull together an absolute dream team of a crew, most of whom I’ve worked with many times before: legendary producers Jamie Houge and Ruth Morris are frequent collaborators of mine, as are my favourite 1st AD Robbie McEwan, 1st AC Austin Haigh, Gaffer Tom Savige and the gorgeous Dan Stonehouse & Gabe Russo at Crayon. I even managed to cast my entire family in our little background choir! “Working with Guy is a total dream - he brings an infectious level of passion and professionalism to set and an incredibly rare honesty and earnestness to his music.” Guy Pearce’s albums - “The Nomad” and “Broken Bones” are available worldwide on all digital platforms, with physical formats (CD and vinyl) available in Australian music stores, or through 🤍guypearce.net. “TRUTH” CREDITS: Cast Guy Pearce Peter White Penny White Josh White Holly White Monique Warren John Reed Susie Sparks Meg Mckibbin Indiana Williams Anthony Bradshaw Crew Producer - Jamie Houge Producer - Ruth Morris Director - Tim White 1st AD - Robbie McEwan DOP - Ed Goldner Lighting Designer - Andre Vanderwert Gaffer - Tom Savige 1st AC - Austin Haigh 2nd AC - Jack Mason Best Boy - Tom Potts Key Grip - Dan Mitton Grip - Dane Clarke Lighting Design Assist - Matt Adey Sylist - Eugyeene Teh Costume Assist - Peta Glenn Hair & Makeup - Sarah McFadden 2nd AD / Stand In - Charlie Schache Production Runner - Amelia Mullooly Unit / Production Assist - Nicholas Dunn Production Assistant - Nick Gregory Production Assistant - Shannon Biviano Stills Photographer - Rubin Utama LX Assist - Alastair Duffield LX Assist - Harrison Kennedy LX Assist - Harley King LX Assist - Glen Walton Colourist - Daniel Stonehouse 🤍 Crayon Post Producer - Gabe Russo 🤍 Crayon VFX - Jack Mason Production Company - PLOT Media Supported by Docklands Studios, Savage Film Services, Crayon, The Grip and Flycam Australia Special thanks to: Liam Gilmour Jeff Sheppard James Ao Xavier Goulault Nicole Sharp
Want to watch a FREE Masterclass to take your Mind, Body, & Spirit to the next level? 👉 🤍 All links to today's guest's books and official site - click below: 👉 🤍 - - Guy Edward Pearce was born 5 October, 1967 in Cambridge shire, England, UK to Margaret Anne and Stuart Graham Pearce. His father was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to English and Scottish parents, while Guy's mother is English. Pearce and his family initially traveled to Australia for two years, after his father was offered the position of Chief test pilot for the Australian Government. Guy was just 3-years-old. After deciding to stay in Australia and settling in the Victorian city of Geelong, Guy's father was killed 5 years later in an aircraft test flight, leaving Guy's mother, a schoolteacher, to care for him and his older sister, Tracy. Having little interest in subjects at school like math or science, Guy favored art, drama and music. He joined local theatre groups at a young age and appeared in such productions as "The King and I", "Fiddler on the Roof" and "The Wizard of Oz". In 1985, just two days after his final high school exam, Guy started a four-year stint as "Mike Young" on the popular Aussie soap Neighbours (1985). At age 20, Guy appeared in his first film, Heaven Tonight (1990), then, after a string of appearances in film, television and on the stage, he won the role of an outrageous drag queen in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994). Most recently, he has amazed film critics and audiences, alike, with his magnificent performances in L.A. Confidential (1997), Memento (2000), The Proposition (2005), Factory Girl (2006), The Hurt Locker (2008), The King's Speech (2010) and the HBO mini-series, Mildred Pierce (2011). Next to acting, Guy has had a life-long passion for music and songwriting. Guy likes to keep his private life very private. He lives in Melbourne, Australia, which is also where he married his childhood sweetheart, Kate Mestitz in March 1997. His latest film The Infernal Machine is a psychological thriller feature film, written and directed by Andrew Hunt. The film released on September 23, 2022. Bruce Cogburn, a reclusive and controversial author of the famed book "The Infernal Machine," is drawn out of hiding when he begins to receive endless letters from an obsessive fan. What ensues is a dangerous labyrinth as Bruce searches for the person behind the cryptic messages, forcing him to confront his past and ultimately reveal the truth behind the book. Please enjoy my conversation with Guy Pearce. - - Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of Next Level Soul, it’s subsidiaries, or any entities they represent. - - Official Next Level Soul Website 🌎 🤍 📚 Order Alex Ferrari's "Shooting for the Mob" book: ➡️ 🤍 🌟 Listen to the podcast: Apple Podcasts ➡️ 🤍 Spotify ➡️ 🤍 Google Podcasts ➡️ 🤍 Donate to Feed America 🙏 🤍 #nextlevelsoul #spirituality #meditation #creative #story
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Guy Pearce has released the fifth music video from his second album, The Nomad, a collection of deeply personal, original songs, written in the wake of his marriage breakup and subsequently finding a new life after the birth of his first child. The latest clip is for the track, “His Body”, which, as Guy describes, “… is a song about falling apart - about the failing of one’s emotional and physical self. It also takes in our identity and how that can become lost or displaced. “I wanted, in the video to look at the question of how we identify ourselves and how precarious that can be, particularly if we fall into traps like substance abuse. “Kerry Brown did a fantastic job creating this clip and helping me realise a variety of alter-egos that were surfacing for me during a pretty difficult time - a time a few years ago when I didn’t handle things that well. “Thankfully I was able to eventually pull myself together. I’m aware that others aren’t so fortunate. “A big Thank You to Kerry for directing this cryptic and obtuse story, and of course a big thank you to our Prague crew that ran around like mad with us for a couple of days. It was great fun!” Director / DP Kerry Brown Locations / producer Daniel Suhay Camera assistant - David Tolar Drone operator - Marek Jehlicka Wardrobe - Anastasia Novikova Colour grade – Jack McGinty Drivers - Jan Böhm and Kamil Jezek Apartment – Rudolph Bierman Additional SFX - Late Nite Films
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» Subscribe for the world's best short films: 🤍 » Get some merch: 🤍 Lorne is used with permission from Jesse Leaman. Learn more at 🤍 and 🤍 OMELETO ON SOCIAL Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 In an unspecified post-apocalyptic wasteland, a man named Lorne has set up his existence on the edge of a great wilderness, hiding out from what the world has become. When he encounters a stranger who stumbles upon his camp, the ensuing conversation reveals just how isolated Lorne is, and what the psychological costs of such isolation are. Director Jesse Leaman along with co-writer Taylor Adams has crafted a philosophically engaged dramatic short that tackles an intense, heavy subject: the very nature of existence and what it means to be human, confronting both death and loneliness in a brutal world. Shot strictly from the POV of a silent stranger who wanders upon Lorne's encampment, the narrative essentially focuses on a monologue delivered by a troubled, isolated character so removed from other humans that his solitude has indelibly changed his sense of self and others. This monologue is delivered by renowned Australian actor and "L.A. Confidential" and "Memento" star Guy Pearce, who leverages both his innate movie-star screen charisma and his pliable, supple transformative abilities as a character actor, delivering a powerhouse of a performance. As the only human presence we see on screen, he commands attention with a strong presence. And as the mercurial Lorne, he penetrates into the character's peculiar, off-kilter psychology, hitting upon a precise mix of aggression, agitation and loneliness. The dynamic characterization is calibrated to be both subtle and illuminating the more he talks, revealing just how his perspective and processing are as gnarled as the woods around him. We don't get many glimpses of the world Lorne inhabits, both physically and mentally. But the glimpses we do get are evocative, thanks to the bleakly moody cinematography, with its muted, painterly colors and camerawork. The visuals constantly emphasize both Lorne's aloneness within the wider world, as well as the slightly warped, worn camp he occupies in the bush. The extremes seem to paint as much a picture of Lorne's state of mind as the textured writing, making for an intriguing character piece with just enough world-building to contextualize his isolation. "Lorne" is less a narrative than a snapshot, but it's a portrait that delves deep into thorny, knotty territory. Through its absence of relationships we never do see the stranger that Lorne talks to, and perhaps we're meant to doubt that they really exist the story asks just how much we need other people to make sense of ourselves, and to give meaning to our lives. If Lorne died and no one remembers him or witnessed anything of his existence, what was his life's meaning? The question is as much a Zen koan as it is a philosophical inquiry, and the lack of concrete answers hangs uneasily like the fogs shrouding the landscape that Lorne hides himself within, the indeterminacy haunting both him and the film's viewers. ABOUT OMELETO Omeleto is the home of the world's best short films. We showcase critically-acclaimed filmmakers from the Oscars, Sundance, Cannes and more! Subscribe now: 🤍 Guy Pearce: A wasteland traveler is confronted by a mysterious stranger. | Lorne 🤍 Omeleto 🤍 🎬 Got a film? Submit it to us for consideration at 🤍
James asks Guy Pearce about his role in the Australian show Neighbours, which had a rabid following in the UK.
Here is an article abou Craig & Pearce making Canberra mad at them and then apologizing for it: 🤍 Watch the outro! I myself think it's more humorous than serious this whole Canberra thing. Enjoy!
Australian Actor Guy Pearce opens up to Double J's Zan Rowe about the shocking death of his father and the uncanny resemblance to lyrics from Night Of The Swallow by Kate Bush. #Take5WithZan Subscribe now: 🤍 _ You can learn a lot about someone from their mixtape. Across five episodes, icons in music and screen join Zan to delve deep into intimate moments in their lives as they share five songs they love and explore their connection to this curated soundtrack of their lives. Stream from September 20 on ABC iview or ABC TV: ab.co/ABCiview For more Take 5 with Zan Rowe listen weekly on Double J and via the podcast in the ABC listen app: 🤍 Create an ABC Account to stream more on ABC iview: 🤍 _ Follow ABC TV: 🤍 Like ABC TV: 🤍 Follow ABC TV: 🤍 Follow ABC iview: 🤍
We said down with Guy Pearce and spoke to him about The Innocents, and one of the questions was what inspired him to take the role. Subscribe to GR+ here: 🤍
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Guy Pearce unveils a side of himself that has never been seen before, in the comically manic clip for his new single, “Fly All The Way”. Collaborating with Melbourne-based commercial and music video director Tim White, the setting has a larger-than-life infomercial theme (complete with intro by Aussie TV host Larry Emdur who brilliantly cranks up the cheese) with disturbing sci-fi undertones. Says Guy, “I knew I wanted to do something pretty nutty for this song and when Tim suggested we do a video centred around infomercial world I realised the idea was born. Tim took the rather petulant and unhinged nature of this song to a whole new level.” Asked how the idea for the ‘Fly All The Way’ clip came about, Tim says, “This video is an expression of my love for bleak dystopian sci-fi films & Australian morning TV infomercials. It's a winning combination that we don't see enough of nowadays. “In my research I came across some really unsettling future technologies and ideas. The items promoted in the film are all based on future products and research but they each have an element of inconvenience tying them to the present day.” Guy shows many facets to his acting skills throughout, appearing as no less than eight different characters. Tim explains, “I wanted Guy to embody a range of archetypal TV personalities; from a celebrity chef to a gross sleazy salesman. His transformations are kind of mind blowing! Another recognisable face in the clip is none other than Annie Jones, who played Guy’s longtime on screen girlfriend in Neighbours. Says Guy, “It was so much fun getting to work with Annie again. I just thought as we were venturing back into TV land, and there was to be a fairly typical ‘family’ scenario, it would be fun to see where Mike and Jane might've ended up after all these years.” Both Guy and Tim confess to the odd attack of nerves about the startling video. Says Guy, “I was a little nervous at first, but as you can see I committed! On some level I now get to see the song for much more than it was when I wrote it thanks to Tim.” Says Tim, “I'd occasionally worry that my ideas were spiralling into some strange directions and that I might be going mad with creative power. But throughout the entire process Guy had complete trust in my vision and was totally engrossed in the concept. He's truly an extraordinary talent to collaborate with and an absolute champion of a dude.” "The crew was absolutely phenomenal. None of this would have been possible without their passion, talent and good vibes. I really can't take credit for this film; it was a labour of love and laughs for a whole lot of seriously talented and hard working people. For me, this was such a creatively fulfilling job and I'm immensely proud of this strange little film we somehow pulled together." Guy has just announced a forthcoming national tour with former Powderfinger guitarist and songwriter, Darren Middleton. Check 🤍guypearce.net for details. “Fly All The Way”, taken from the album “Broken Bones” is available now through MGM Distribution. Tim has directed successful campaigns for brands such as Subaru, STA Travel & Keio University (Tokyo). He has filmed in 27 countries and his collected works have over 30 million views online. He is represented for commercial work in Australia, Japan, USA, Italy & Singapore. He has been twice nominated for the Cannes Young Director Award; in 2013, for his branded short film ‘Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow’ for Keio University. Then again in 2014 for his music video for DCUP's 'Don't Be Shy' starring Japanese supermodel Kozue Akimoto alongside a male sex doll. CAST (in order of appearance) LARRY EMDUR GUY PEARCE ADDAM BRAMMICH NATALIE TAYLOR DAVE McDONALD-ASHBY KILORAN HISCOCK JOSH WHITE ANNIE JONES BERNADETTE FRANCIS KHYE SKODA SAFINA McKAY Producers JAMIE HOUGE JESS LANGLEY VIRGINIA KAY Director TIM WHITE Assistant Director ROBBIE McEWAN Production Manager JAMIE HOUGE Cinematographer LIAM GILMOUR 1st Assistant Camera AUSTIN HAIGH Gaffer TOM SAVIGE Best Boy LACHLAN BROUGHTON 3rd Electrics JASON ALBURY Costume Designer ESTHER HAYES Hair & Make-Up MIA’KATE RUSSELL Hair & Make-Up Assistants LULU McCLATCHY HELENA SMYTH Prosthetics MIA’KATE RUSSELL Production Designer MARNI KORNHAUSER Construction GLEN WALTON Art Department Assistant ZOE LOFTS Props Assistant JULIE NEWTON GARRY WESTMORE Caterer ANGELA CRONIN Location HORIZON STUDIOS Stills Photographers ZOE TWOMEY-BIRKS HANA DAVIES Offline Editor BILLY BROWNE Online Editor VIV BAKER Post Producers BRONWYN KETELS DANI GARD OLIVIA CAROLAN Colourist ROSLYN DI SISTO Graphic Design JULIE NEWTON JOSH NG Copywriter PETE SALADINO GPTV Theme Music NATHAN SAVAGE Motion Graphic Designers PRAD SEN TIM WHITE Publicist ERIN JAMESON Production PLOT MEDIA Post Production CUTTING EDGE METHOD STUDIOS
Top 10 Movies of Guy Pearce 🤍 Find the list of movies by Guy Pearce you can find more information, movie trailers, posters, reviews, youtube links in below link. The Proposition 🤍 The Hurt Locker 🤍 The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert 🤍 Poor Boy 🤍 The Count of Monte Cristo 🤍 The King's Speech 🤍 L.A. Confidential 🤍 Holding the Man 🤍 Iron Man 3 Unmasked 🤍 Memento 🤍 Pl. Comment down your favorite movie of Guy Pearce
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He's had a colourful and acclaimed international career, but did you know Aussie actor Guy Pearce was once a body building champion? Join Lizzy Lovette and discover how the former teen heartthrob evolved into a Hollywood success story.