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Hinton, Phillip

Voice of Teurac - 107, 219, 220

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Birthday: 1940s (Britain)

Excerpted from Believers bio:

Phillip Hinton was born in war-time Britain and grew up in Cape Town, South Africa to where his parents emigrated in 1947. [...] At the age of 18, the idea of being both applauded and paid to show off was irresistible, and Phillip decided on the stage as a career path. In 1963 he made his way to London [...]. There followed 12 years working first in repertory, on television and with some of Britain's leading directors in The Royal Shakespeare Company, the Chichester Festival Theatre, the Bristol Old Vic, and the Hampstead Theatre Club. In London in a musical comedy, he met a young dancer, Ann Constant. They have been married for thirty-three years and have three sons, Sean, Simon and Benjamin. The Hinton family moved to Australia in 1975 and Phillip has continued his acting career on stage, television, films and in radio drama. He is also in great demand as one of Sydney's leading 'voice over' artists in radio and television advertising and for documentary narrations.

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Television: Airtight; Bellamy; Blue Murder; The Brontes of Haworth; The Canterville Ghost; Desperate Journey: The Allison Wilcox Story; Escape of the Artful Dodger; The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children?; Great Expectations, the Untold Story; Heart of Fire; The Hijacking of the Achille Lauro; Irresistible Force; The Little Drummer Boy; Mission: Impossible; Murder Call; Players in the Gallery; The Protectors; The Thorn Birds: The Missing Years; The Three Stooges
Film: Alice in Wonderland; Black Tulip; Caddie; Clowning Around; Manganinnie; No Room to Run; The Prisoner of Zenda; With Prejudice
Theater: Portals to Freedom; Repertory work with The Royal Shakespeare Company, the Chichester Festival Theatre, the Bristol Old Vic, and the Hampstead Theatre Club
Other: voiceover work in radio and television advertising; documentary narrations

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