The Hobbit trilogy, The Tourist, Barons
Confirmed At: Sydney 2022
Confirmed At: Sydney 2022
Stephen looks forward to meeting all of his fans in Sydney in June 2022.
Stephen will give a Q&A panel, pose for photo-ops and sign autographs throughout the weekend.
Further information on Stephen’s panel and photo sessions will be released closer to the convention.
All guests pending international/domestic travel and quarantine restrictions. Stay tuned to our Social Media channels for updates.
Stephen’s breakthrough big screen role was as the Dwarf, Bombur, in three of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy of films.
Before this Stephen worked extensively in NZ television, before landing the role of Sharpie in Network Ten’s Love My Way, followed by lead guest roles the Seven Network’s All Saints, Networks Nine’s Rescue Special Ops and The Leftovers for HBO, as well as series lead roles on ABC’s Janet King, Wolf Creek for Stan, Wanted for Netflix, in the series regular role of Otter in Reef Break for ABC Studios (US), as Stephan in Wakefield, for ABC Australia, and most recently McCoy in The Tourist for BBC and Stan.
Stephen’s comedic TV credits include roles on Nickelodeon’s The GO Show, ABC comedies Review with Miles Barlow, and Rosehaven, Foxtel’s Spirited, The NZ series Fresh Eggs, and a lead role in the ABC animated series CJ the DJ.
Stephen’s feature film credits include Australian Films’ Killing Ground and The Merger, and the lead role of Madcap in the sci-fi action adventure Blue World Order, opposite Billy Zane, Jack Thompson and Bruce Spence, Australian/Indian feature UNindian, the Australian/Chinese feature The Whistle Blower, the short film MESSiAH opposite David Gulpilil, Australian/UK comedy Two Heads Creek, and alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the thriller Escape from Pretoria.
Stephen was recently nominated for Best Supporting Actor by the Film Critics Circle of Australia for his portrayal of Doug in Ruby’s Choice, starring alongside Jane Seymour and Jaqueline McKenzie. He’ll also be seen on the upcoming TV series Barons for ABC Australia, and the much anticipated Lucas Foster produced feature, Children of the Corn, written and directed by Kurt Wimmer.
At Stephen's table using own camera
This information is correct at the time of writing.
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Guest confirmed, health, travel restrictions and other commitments pending.
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Panel rooms may be subject to COVID-19 safety measures, venue capacity, and safety requirements and may reach maximum capacity.
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Additional COVID-19 safety measures may be implemented regarding Autograph and Photograph opportunities.
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