The Hobbit Trilogy, Thor: Love and Thunder, Heartbreak High
Stephen looks forward to meeting all of his fans in Brisbane in November 2023.
Stephen will give a Q&A panel, pose for photo-ops and sign autographs throughout the weekend in Brisbane.
Photo Session Times
Further information on Stephen’s panel time will be released closer to the event.
All guests pending international/domestic travel and quarantine restrictions. Stay tuned to our Social Media channels for updates.
Stephen Hunter’s extensive acting career spans both film and television.
Stephen’s major international big screen role was as the Dwarf Bombur in all three of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit films.
Stephen began his career on NZ television before landing the role of Sharpie on the Australian Network Ten’s series Love My Way. Stephen quickly followed this with lead guest roles on the Seven Network’s All Saints, Nine’s Rescue Special Ops, HBO’s The Leftovers, ABC’s Janet King, STAN’s Wolf Creek, Netflix’s Wanted, BBC/Showtime’s Wakefield, US ABC Studios’ Reef Break, BBC & STAN’s The Tourist, Barons for ABC and most recently in the Worldwide Smash Heartbreak High for Netflix.
Stephen’s comedic TV credits include roles on Nickelodeon’s The GO Show, Foxtel’s Spirited, the NZ series Fresh Eggs, ABC comedies Review with Miles Barlow, and series Rosehaven, and a lead role in the ABC animated series CJ the DJ.
Stephen’s feature film credits include the lead role of Madcap in the sci-fi action-adventure Blue World Order opposite Billy Zane & Jack Thompson, and the thriller Escape from Pretoria alongside Daniel Radcliffe. Stephen’s other feature credits include the Australian/Indian feature UNindian, the Australian/Chinese feature The Whistle Blower, the Australian/UK comedy Two Heads Creek, Killing Ground, and The Merger. Most recently Stephen appeared as the Fur God in Thor: Love & Thunder.
Stephen also starred in the short film MESSiAH opposite David Gulpilil.
Stephen was recently nominated for Best Supporting Actor, by Film Critics Circle of Australia, for his portrayal of Doug in Ruby’s Choice, starring alongside Jane Seymour, Jacqueline McKenzie & Coco Jac Gilles.
Stephen will next be seen in The Messenger for ABC, and the US feature Children of the Corn, written and directed by Kurt Wimmer.
Taken at Stephen's table using own camera
Selfie taken at Stephen's table using own camera
This information is correct at the time of writing.
Please check the Event Programme for the final timetable, including time and location within the events.
Guest confirmed, health, travel restrictions and other commitments pending.
Further information will be provided via social media should any of these factors impact the guest's ability to attend.
Panel rooms may be subject to venue capacity and safety requirements, and may reach maximum capacity.
Some panels will require patrons to queue for entry prior to the panel commencing. Please follow the directions of the staff.
Day and Weekend Pass holders are encouraged to arrive promptly to queue for any panels they wish to attend, as seating is not guaranteed
and is provided on a first-come-first-served basis, behind VIP Supa-Star and Supa-Q Pass holders.
Additional COVID-19 safety measures may be implemented regarding Autograph and Photograph opportunities.
More information will be available in the lead up to Admission Ticket and Token sales,
please refer to Supanova's social media channels for all the latest announcements.
An additional service charge may apply to Photograph and Autograph Tokens pre-purchased online or at the event.
If you wish to have ten or more items signed by a single Supa-Star guest,
please speak with one of our friendly team members in our Guest Signing Area, and they will be happy to assist.