Jeremy Sims
Jeremy Sims is a popular and well-known figure in Australian film, TV and theatre - as an actor and director. Working in film he received an AFI award Best Actor nomination for the film Idiot Box. On television he has several Logie and AFI Best Actor nominations, winning for Aftershocks in 1996. On stage, he is one of Australia's greatest actors, playing roles like Cyrano De Bergerac and Hamlet to national acclaim. As a director, he regularly works for Australia's flagship theatre producer - The Sydney Theatre Company. With his own Pork Chop Productions he has directed and produced acclaimed classical interpretations and original theatrical works all around the country. Recently Jeremy has focused on new Australian works, enlisting the Sydney Opera House as a co-production partner. His production of Last Cab to Darwin won many awards and toured nationally in 2004. His first feature film as a director, Last Train to Freo, received three AFI nominations and secured Jeremy's position as one of the country's most promising. He is married to well known film director Samantha Lang (The Well, L'Idole) Jeremy Sims won the Feature Film award at The Hamptons International Film Festival in 2010 for Beneath Hill 60