|Awards||Two Gold Logies, 2 Silver Logie, TripleX Penguin Award's , Australian Television and Film Award|
Gerard Kennedy (born 8 March 1932) is an Australian double Gold Logie award-winning actor, best known for his roles in early television series. After playing six different characters in guest appearances in Crawford Productions series Homicide in 1967 he shot to fame as the antagonist in Australian television spy drama Hunter, becoming so popular that his character changed sides, eventually becoming the main character after lead actor Tony Ward left the series. Kennedy won a TV Week Logie Award for 'Best New Talent' for his portrayal of the character. Kennedy followed this with a starring role in police procedural television series, Division 4, winning multiple Logie Awards—including two Gold Logies as most popular personality on Australian TV—for his work in the series. He has consistently acted in Australian television and film productions since that time.
Later regular television series roles included "Tandarra" in 1976, Bellbird in 1977, the miniseries Against the Wind in 1978, Skyways in 1979–1981, Golden Pennies in 1985, and The Flying Doctors between 1986-1989 (non-consecutive episodes). Guest TV roles include appearances in Carson's Law, Prisoner, A Country Practice, Blue Heelers, City Homicide, The Saddle Club, and Neighbours. In 2008, he played Graham "The Munster" Kinniburgh in Underbelly and in Fat Tony & Co..
|1976||Eliza Fraser||Martin Cameron|
|1977||The Mango Tree||Preacher Jones|
|1978||The Irishman||Chad Ingram|
|1979||The Last of the Knucklemen||Tarzan|
|1980||The Last Outlaw (miniseries)||Harry Power|
|1980||Fatty Finn||Tiger Murphy|
|1982||The Plains of Heaven||Lenko|
|1987||The Lighthorsemen||Ismet Bey|
|1987||Running from the Guns||Big Jim|
|1993||Body Melt||Detective Sam Phillips|
|1994||Frontline||Ian Farmer, Station Manager (5 episodes)||television series|
|1996||The Inner Sanctuary||Father Kelly|
|2002||Blood Crime||Kaiwanasha||television film|
|2005||Plains Empty||Old Fella||Short film|
|2007||Lucky Miles||Kangaroo Shooter|
|2013||Wolf Creek 2||Jack|
|2015||Glitch||Leon Massola||television series|
|1967||Logie Awards||Best New Talent||Hunter||Won|
|1969||Penguin Award||Best Actor||Division 4||Won|
|1970||Penguin Awards||Leading Talent in a Drama Series||Division 4||Won|
|1971||Logie Awards||Gold Logie||Division 4||Won|
|1972||Logie Awards||Best Actor||Division 4||Won|
|1972||Logie Awards||Gold Logie||Division 4||Won|
|1973||Logie Awards||Best Actor||Division 4||Won|
|1979||Australian TV and Film Award||Best Actor in a TV series||Against the Wind||Won|
|1987||Penguin Award||Best Performance by an Actor in a Series/Serial||The Flying Doctors||Won|
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- Ziffer, Daniel (14 February 2008). "Underbelly wins Ratings War". The Age. Archived from the original on 24 June 2008. Retrieved 14 March 2013.