Johnny Carr

Johnny Carr

Information

Acting age
25 - 35 years
Year of birth
1983
Size (in cm)
179
Eye color
blue
Hair color
brown
Ethnicity
Central European
Place of residence
Berlin
Cities I could work in
New Castle, Berlin
Languages
German: basic
English: native-language
Instruments
Piano: medium
Sport
Snowboard
Dance
Latin American dances: medium
Profession
Actor
Pitch
Baritone
Driver's license classes
Car class (B, BE)

Vita entries

Other Education & Training

Victorian College of the Arts (Bachelor of Dramatic Art - Acting)

Awards

Friends of the VCA Award 2007 Irene Mitchell Award (Outstanding performance by a third year actor) 2008

Film

Today

Leading role Liesl Pieterse Distribution: Independent

Along came Phil

Supporting role Anna Vera-Dudas Distribution: Studentenfilm

Last Drinks

Leading role Jonnie Leahy Distribution: Studentenfilm

A walk in the park

Leading role Andrew Robertson Distribution: Independent

Suburban Mayhem

Supporting role Paul Goldman Distribution: Independent Lang-Film

Television

Sex: An unnatural history

Gastrolle (OR) Luke Eve TV Channel: ABC Australien

City Homicide

Gastrolle (OR) David Cameron TV Channel: Chanel 7 Australien

Rush

Gastrolle (OR) Grant Brown TV Channel: Chanel 10 Australien

Theatre

Charcoal Creek

Leading role Anne-Louise Rentell Theatre: Merrigong Theatre

The Boys

Sam Strong Theatre: Griffin Theatre

Dad and Dave

Leading role Katrina Douglas Theatre: Q Theatre

The Suicide

Supporting role Simon Stone Theatre: B Sharp

The Rites of Evil

Supporting role Alex Menglet Theatre: Red Stitch

Life is a Dream

Leading role Daniel Schlusser Theatre: Storeroom

Leaves of Glass

Leading role Simon Stone Theatre: Red Stitch

The Fan

Leading role Gary Down Theatre: Victorian College of the Arts

The Masque of the Red Death

Supporting role John Bolton Theatre: Victorian College of the Arts

Suicide in B flat

Leading role David Symons Theatre: Victorian College of the Arts

Taming of the Shrew

Leading role Tanya Gerstle Theatre: Victorian College of the Arts

The Season at Sarsaparilla

Supporting role Melanie Beddie Theatre: Victorian College of the Arts