Lachy Hulme

Lachy Hulme

actor, writer, director

Lachy Hulme was born on Apr 01, 1971 in Australia. Lachy Hulme's big-screen debut came with Four Jacks directed by Matthew George in 2001, strarring Carl Porter. Lachy Hulme is known for Offspring directed by Kate Dennis, Asher Keddie stars as Nina Proudman and Kat Stewart as Billie Proudman. Lachy Hulme has got 3 awards and 11 nominations so far. The most recent award Lachy Hulme achieved is Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards. The upcoming new movie Lachy Hulme plays is Three Thousand Years of Longing which will be released on Aug 26, 2022.

Striking, intense actor from Australia. A leading man with both strong dramatic range and ample comic timing, Lachy Hulme broke into movies by writing Canadian action/drama Extrême vengeance (1997), a bloody tale of friendship and revenge directed by Kari Skogland. Following numerous guest appearances on Australian television and many "fringe" theatre productions, he starred as "Carl" in the little-seen thriller Four Jacks (2001), a perfect role that combined his natural intensity with a dark, violent streak. He won the Best Actor Award at the 2001 Melbourne Underground Film Festival as a result. Known for being very private, he does interviews when promoting a movie, but he never discusses his relationships or family. After Four Jacks, he re-teamed with writer/director Matthew George for a change of pace, the light-hearted adventure Let's Get Skase (2001), starring as real-life sleazebag turned kidnapper "Peter Dellasandro". Based on a true story, the film was attacked by Australian critics for being in "bad taste" at the time of its release. Hulme fought valiantly for the film, often attacking its critics in television and radio interviews, and the controversy boosted his profile considerably.He soon landed roles opposite Steve Irwin in Traqueur de croco en mission périlleuse (2002) and in the video game _Enter the Matrix (2003)_.

  • Birthday

    Apr 01, 1971
  • Place of Birth

    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Known For


3 wins & 11 nominations

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards
Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama
Winner - AACTA Award
Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story (2013)
Logie Awards
Most Outstanding Actor
Winner - Silver Logie
Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story (2013)
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