Andrew McFarlane Net Worth

Andrew McFarlane Net Worth is
$500 Thousand

Andrew McFarlane Biography

Andrew McFarlane Net Worthy of: Andrew McFarlane can be an American actor and former model who includes a net worthy of of $500 thousand. His most widely known part arrived starring as Tony Jeffers on the series MY PARTNER and Children from 201 to 2005. McFarlane is most beneficial known for his part as Tony Jeffers on it series MY PARTNER and Kids. From 2008 to 2011 he starred as Jason on the series THE TRICK Existence of the American Teenager. McFarlane first appeared within an episode of it series 7th Heaven in 1996. From 1998 to 2000 he previously a recurring part as Carver Washington on the series Any Day time Now. McFarlane also got a recurring part on it series The West Wing in 2002. Andrew McFarlane was created in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in August 1986. He started modeling at 12 years older and made an appearance in commercials. McFarlane in addition has starred in the films Basic Irresistible, Our Lips Are Sealed, Fellowship, State’s Proof, Simply Peck, Dance Flick, and Fault Range. Andrew McFarlane, An Australian actor with many stage and display credits, made his Television debut in Crawfords law enforcement dramas Homicide and Matlock Law enforcement. He has also made an appearance in episodes of it series The King of Queens, The Amanda Display, ER, The Bernie Mac pc Display, and Lizzie McGuire. A global known Actor Andrew McFarlane born on Sunday, August 03, 1986

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Quick Facts

Full NameAndrew McFarlane
Net Worth$500 Thousand
Date Of BirthJune 6, 1951
DiedMay 2, 2010, Broadford, Australia
Height1.82 m
EducationNational Institute of Dramatic Art
SiblingsFiona McFarlane
AwardsASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor (Male)
NominationsAACTA Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama, Logie Award for Best Actor, Logie Award for Most Popular Actor in a Miniseries/Telemovie
MoviesHeroes' Mountain, Little White Lies, Break Of Day, Barracuda
TV ShowsThe Flying Doctors, The Sullivans, Play School, Spellbinder, Division 4, Patrol Boat, Rafferty's Rules, Devil's Playground, Glitch, Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities, Paradise Beach

Interesting Facts

1 In Brisbane, Australia, rehearsing the play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," with the Cremorne Theatre, Queensland. Opens on 4 October, 2007. [July 2007]
2 Currently filming the Australian tele-movie The Falls in Sydney, Australia [June 2007]
3 Set to star in the Australian Sci-Fi/Thriller "Antigravity," currently in pre-production. [April 2006]
4 Resides in Sydney, Australia. [January 2006]
5 Playing Bobby Hoyland on "Neighbours." [September 2005]
6 Starring in the Sydney Theatre Company's production of A Woman in Mind. [November 2006]
7 Starring in the play "Losing Louis" at the Ensemble Theatre in Sydney, Australia. [May 2006]
8 In Sydney, Australia, rehearsing the play "Losing Louis," with the Ensemble Theatre. Opens on 4 May, 2006. [March 2006]
9 Resides in Neutral Bay, Sydney, Australia.
10 Has a younger sister named Fiona.
11 Was in the same class as Angela Punch McGregor at NIDA.
12 Studied law in Melbourne for a year before he became an actor.
13 One of Australia's most beloved and frequently used television actors.
14 Graduated from Australia's NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) in 1973.


1 The thing that stays with me about The Flying Doctors and it always has, is that it was the friendliest best group of people I've worked with ever, we had the best fun.
2 On being a gay actor in the theatre world: There's no issues about that whatsoever. Film and TV can be different because I think they are much more conscious about image, about selling something. That's where conflict might come in. They can also think 'Wow what about that straight actor playing a gay character - what an incredible piece of acting work', but there must be innumerable gay and lesbian actors playing straight their whole career and they are not getting awards.
3 He's a well-rounded character. He makes mistakes. He's impatient and he gets frustrated and he hates being in the outback. He's not that sympathetic to begin with, although I think I could have played him more anti-sympathetic. I probably should have. On Tom Callaghan, his character on "The Flying Doctors".
4 I do like fully understanding a role, then playing it from deep within. Maybe sometimes I get it so understated it becomes a blur. You can't hide mistakes. Something happens when you are doing film. The camera is rolling and pointing at you, and it draws something from within. It's like some kind of electrical charge going through you and you really feel yourself being sucked into the lens. There is a saying "That the camera steals your soul". I try to get to the soul of the character I'm playing.
5 They say actors never grow up; that we're just adolescents always pretending. I don't think so. I think it's just that we try not to forget what every part of our lives was like; each experience, all the feelings; the happy, the sad, the carefree, the tragic. It's sort of a reference library of emotions to be borrowed from for every new role.
6 As a kid I didn't think of becoming an actor, there were much more important things to consider: a life as a missionary for instance; an explorer, a doctor, an Egyptologist, a diplomat, an army officer, a magician. Some years later, half way through an Arts/Law course at Monash University, I realized I could fulfill all these ambitions and not waste years in tiresome solitude studying in darkened libraries or being shackled to some thankless apprenticeship... I could become an actor. The irony that I would spend the next three years of my life living/ eating/ sleeping basically nothing but the rudiments of my chosen career was entirely lost on me. Since completing the 3 yr. course at NIDA I've lived through the First & Second World Wars, commanded an Australian Navy Patrol Boat, been a doctor in the Outback, a policeman, a lawyer, a hypnotherapist, an explorer, an American, a Frenchman, an Englishman, an Elizabethan, a scientist, a poet, a pirate and plenty of others as well.


Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Astra Award Astra Awards Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Male Devil's Playground (2014)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 AACTA Award Australian Film Institute Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama Devil's Playground (2014)



Newton's Law 2017 TV Series Eric
Hyde & Seek 2016 TV Series Stuart Flanagan
The Code 2016 TV Series Neil
Cleverman 2016 TV Series Geoff Matthews
Black Comedy 2016 TV Series Guest Cast
Truth 2015 Dick Hibey
Glitch 2015 TV Series Vic Eastley
Devil's Playground 2014 TV Mini-Series Father Andrassi
A Place to Call Home 2014 TV Series Dr. Milson
Janet King 2014 TV Series Keith Nelson
Love Child 2014 TV Series Jim Millar
Rake 2014 TV Series Marriage Priest
Shadow Valley 2012 Short Pastor Todd
Singapore 1942: End of Empire 2012 TV Series documentary Lt. Colonel Ian Stewart
Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare 2012 TV Series Big Nutbrown Hare / Otter
Bourke Boy 2009 Short John
Underbelly 2009 TV Series Donald Mackay
Dream Life 2008 TV Movie Daniel
Emerald Falls 2008 TV Movie Dr. Henry Forbes
Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance 2007 Trevor Morgan
The Alice 2005-2006 TV Series Hugh Delaney
Blue Water High 2005 TV Series Warren
Neighbours 2005 TV Series Bobby Hoyland
Home and Away 2004 TV Series Ian Osbourne
The Alice 2004 TV Movie Hugh Delaney
Through My Eyes 2004 TV Series John Phillips Q.C.
Tempted 2003 TV Movie Mike
Heroes' Mountain 2002 TV Movie Mike Sodergren
Water Rats 2000-2001 TV Series Doug McLaren / Patrick Kernaghan
Tales of the South Seas 2000 TV Series
Airtight 1999 TV Movie Conrad
Blue Heelers 1999 TV Series Mark Powers
Little White Lies 1999 Mark Lynch
Murder Call 1999 TV Series Adrian MacKerras
All Saints 1999 TV Series David Miller
The Day of the Roses 1998 TV Mini-Series Public Servant
The Violent Earth 1998 TV Mini-Series Tom Sutton
Spellbinder 1995-1997 TV Series Brian
Heartbreak High 1997 TV Series Jeff Scheppers
Halifax f.p. 1994 TV Series Owen Toser
G.P. 1993 TV Series Malcolm Henderson
Paradise Beach 1993 TV Series Gordon
Time Trax 1993 TV Series George Whitman
The Flying Doctors 1986-1991 TV Series Dr. Tom Callaghan
The Rocks 1988 TV Movie Det. Sgt. Mark Castelli
Boulevard of Broken Dreams 1988 Jonathon Lovel
Rafferty's Rules 1987 TV Series Police Prosecutor
I Can't Get Started 1985 Freddy
The Flying Doctors 1985 TV Mini-Series Dr. Tom Callaghan
Patrol Boat 1979-1983 TV Series C.O. / Captain
1915 1982 TV Mini-Series Robert Gillen
Doctors & Nurses 1981 Milligan
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1979 TV Series Doone Boyd
The John Sullivan Story 1979 TV Movie John Sullivan
Case for the Defence 1978 TV Series Johnny
Harness Fever 1977 TV Movie Doone Boyd
The Sullivans 1976-1977 TV Series John Sullivan
Break of Day 1976 Tom Cooper
Division 4 1974-1975 TV Series Const. Roger Wilson
Rush 1974 TV Series Drake
Matlock Police 1974 TV Series Ben Reid
Homicide 1972 TV Series Man


Fan 2009/II Documentary thanks


20 to 1 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Play School 1966 TV Series Himself (2000-)

Archive Footage

Democracy Now! 2016 TV Series Dick Hibey
The Olden Days 1993 TV Movie ATM Miner

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