Lewis Fitz-gerald

Biography: Lewis Fitz-Gerald: Born in Adelaide, Australia on November 15 1958, Lewis is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Lewis' film credits include "Pitch Black" directed by David Twohy, "Dead Heart" directed by Nicholas Parsons, "Spider & Rose" directed by Bill Bennett, "Evil Angels (aka "A Cry in the Dark"" directed by Fred Schepisi, "Rikky & Pete" directed by Nadia Tass, "Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train" directed by Bob Ellis, "The More Things Change" directed by Robyn Nevin, "The Boy Who Had Everything" directed by Stephen Wallace, "We of The Never Never", "Fighting Back" and Bruce Beresford's "Breaker Morant" for which he received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor and Logie Award nomination for Best New Talent.
Lewis' Television credits include "The Flying Doctors", "Good Guys, Bad Guys"; "Ash Wednesday" for Network Ten, "Stingers", "Big Sky", "The Man from Snowy River 2" , "RFDS" for the Nine Network, "Wildside", "I
Lewis Fitz-Gerald: Born in Adelaide, Australia on November 15 1958, Lewis is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Lewis' film credits include "Pitch Black" directed by David Twohy, "Dead Heart" directed by Nicholas Parsons, "Spider & Rose" directed by Bill Bennett, "Evil Angels (aka "A Cry in the Dark"" directed by Fred Schepisi, "Rikky & Pete" directed by Nadia Tass, "Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train" directed by Bob Ellis, "The More Things Change" directed by Robyn Nevin, "The Boy Who Had Everything" directed by Stephen Wallace, "We of The Never Never", "Fighting Back" and Bruce Beresford's "Breaker Morant" for which he received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor and Logie Award nomination for Best New Talent.
Lewis' Television credits include "The Flying Doctors", "Good Guys, Bad Guys"; "Ash Wednesday" for Network Ten, "Stingers", "Big Sky", "The Man from Snowy River 2" , "RFDS" for the Nine Network, "Wildside", "I Can Jump Puddles" for which he received a Logie Award nomination for Best Actor, "Naked", "Coral Island", "Police State", "The Four Minute Mile", "The Banjo and the Bard", "Time's Raging", "The Dead Case", "Outbreak of Love"for ABC TV, "Time Trax" for Lorimar Pictures, "The Elite", "Mission Impossible" for Paramount Pictures. Recent Productions include "Ponderosa", "Farscape", "The Mystery of Natalie Wood" and "Dynasty: Making of a Guilty Pleasure".
Lewis' Theater credits include "Black Mary" for Company B at the Belvoir St. Theatre, "The Perfectionist" for the Marion Street Theatre, "Top Silk" directed by Graham Blundell, the London West End Production of "Dreams in an Empty City", "Torquato Tasso", "The Blind Giant is Dancing" a series of 'Shorts at the Wharf' for the Sydney Theater Company, "Death of a Salesman", "Jumpers" for the Nimrod Theatre, "The Maid's Tragedy" for the Melbourne Theatre Company and "Carlotta & Maximilian" for the Adelaide Festival.
Lewis is also an accomplished writer and director of Television with credits that include the series "Big Sky" as story plotter, and the series ;"Twisted Tales" , "Race Against Time" as director, "The Gadfly", "The Last Man Hanged" as writer/director, for which he received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Documentary.
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Lewis Fitz-gerald's Scores

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Average career score: 46
Highest Metascore: 57 The Boys Are Back
Lowest Metascore: 33 The Cup
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 3
  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
3 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
33 The Cup May 11, 2012 Sir Michael Smurfit 4.0
57 The Boys Are Back Sep 25, 2009 Tim Walker 5.9
49 Pitch Black Feb 18, 2000 Paris P. Ogilvie 8.6