Biographical Notes & Trivia
Birthday: 03 April 1969 (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Excerpted from "Amy" cast profile:
Ben Mendelsohn, one of Australia's most gifted actors, rose to prominence in his teens appearing in some of Australia's most loved television series of the 1980's [...].
In 1987 John Duigan cast Mendelsohn as Trevor in "The Year My Voice Broke". Mendelsohn's performance winning him the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 1989 Mendelsohn starred in Nadia Tass' "The Big Steal", his first leading role in a feature film, for which he was nominated for Best Actor by the Australian Film Institute.
Trained at St Martin's Theatre [...].
Mendelsohn's feature credits include [...] "Metal Skin" - which won him the Australian Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor [...].
||All the Way;
Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story;
Fame and Misfortune;
The Flying Doctors;
Good Guys Bad Guys;
The Henderson Kids;
Love Is a Four-Letter Word;
Queen Kat, Carmel & St Jude;
Secret Men's Business;
Snowy River: The McGregor Saga;
This Man... This Woman
The Big Steal;
Black and White;
Map of the Human Heart;
Nirvana Street Murder;
Quigley Down Under;
Say a Little Prayer;
The Still Point;
True Love and Chaos;
The Year My Voice Broke
||Cosi [Belvoir Street Theatre];
The Selection [Melbourne Theatre Company]
As Eddie 'Mullet' Maloney in the film, "Mullet" (2002).
As Malcolm Bench in the film, "Vertical Limit" (2000).
As Kev in the film, "Idiot Box" (1996).
As O'Flynn in the film "Quigley Down Under" (1990).
As Trevor in the film "The Year My Voice Broke" (1987).