Chris Haywood

Chris Haywood (born 24 July 1948) is an English-born Australian actor, writer and producer, with close to 500 screen performances to his name. Haywood has also worked as a casting director, art director, sound recordist, camera operator, gaffer, grip, location and unit manager.

Chris Haywood
Chris Haywood.jpg
Haywood in July 2012
Born
Chris Haywood

(1948-07-24) 24 July 1948 (age 72)
Billericay, Essex, England
Years active1972–present
Spouse(s)Wendy Hughes[1]
Children5[2]

Early lifeEdit

Haywood was born in Billericay, Essex, England. He spent his early childhood in Chelmsford before moving to High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire where he attended Royal Grammar School from 1959 to 1965. He then started working in the cellars of a local wine shipper before gaining a place at E15 Acting School. After graduating in 1970 he emigrated to Australia and soon after, he was involved with Sydney's Nimrod Theatre Company and according to an interview with ABC reporter Jane Cowan, actually helped build the premises with scrap timber. He was the Artistic Director of the Pro's and Con's Playhouse at Parramatta Jail for two years. He established the drama service on Kiribati National Radio.[3] Haywood is the Patron of the Friends of Waverley Library where he inaugurated "the Nib" the Waverley Library Literary Award now known as the Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award an annual award of $20,000 given for the quality of research for a published work of literary merit written by an Australian writer and published in the previous 12 months. This prestigious prize has so far distributed around $400,000 directly to deserving Australian authors. Haywood is now the Deputy Captain of VRA Hawkesbury and coxswain of their rescue boat. He is also currently working as a coxswain in the Australian pearling industry for Brocken Bay Pearls, part of the oldest Australian owned pearling company Pearls of Australia.

FilmographyEdit

Television SeriesEdit

Year Series Character Notes
2018 Harrow Connelly episode "Finis Vitae Sed Non Amoris"
2017 Wolf Creek Tom episode "Journey"
2017 The Letdown Gene 2 episodes
2016 Secret City Lloyd Rankin 2 episodes
2016 Black Comedy Elenco Invitado episode # 2.5
2012–2016 Rake Juez Beirworth 3 episodes
2013 Redfern Now Doctor episode "Dogs of War"
2013 Neighbours Walter Mitchell 10 episodes
2013 Top of the Lake Jock episode # 1.2 - miniserie
2010 The Pacific John Leckie 2 episodes - miniserie
2009 My Place Mr. O'Sullivan 2 episodes
2007 Home and Away[4] Bruce Campbell 31 episodes
2007 The Starter Wife Mr. Lewis episode "Hour 1"
2006 Nightmares & Dreamscapes Dr. Bogner episode "The Road Virus Heads North"
2004 Stingers Stevey Dawes episode "Brave New World"
2003 Fat Cow Motel Rey Roy episode #1.9
2000–2003 Grass Roots George Hasnakov 18 episodes
2002 All Saints Peter Buchanan 12 episodes
2001 Mcleod's Daughters Bob 3 episodes
2001 BackBerner Stanley Trundle episode #1.130
1999–2000 Farscape Sorcerer Maldis 2 episodes
1999 Wildside Jim Summers episode # 2.17
1996–1998 House Gang Mike 10 episodes
1998 Good Guys Bad Guys Frank Conroy episode "You Say Etics, I Say Ethics"
1997 Murder Call Jack Telfer episode "Hot Shot"
1997 Frontier Ward Stephen miniserie
1996 Water Rats Peter Anderson episode "Wrecked"
1996 Sun on the Stubble Conductor del Tren miniserie
1996 Naked: Stories of Men Bish episode "Fisherman's Wake"
1996 Pacific Drive Bill Garland -
1996 Snowy River: The McGregor Saga Morell 2 episodes
1994–1995 Janus Michael Kidd 24 episodes
1995 Fire Det. Ron Chandler episode "Glory Days"
1993 G.P. Jack Molineaux episode "One Perfect Day"
1991–1992 Boys from the Bush Dennis Tontine 19 episodes
1986 Cyclone Tracy Steve miniserie
1984 Waterfront Ernie miniserie
1984 Five Mile Creek McCrea episode "Home and Away"
1983 Return to Eden Jason Peebles 2 episodes
1982 A Country Practice Duke 2 episodes
1981 Women of the Sun Alf miniserie - segmento "2: Maydina the Shadow"
1981 Holiday Island Cosmos episode "Mother's Revenge"
1980 The Timeless Land Johnny miniserie
1979 Patrol Boat Parkes episode "Follow the Leader"
1979 Jokes Varios Personajes -
1978 Glenview High Blue episode "Easy Money"
1978 Against the Wind John Leary miniserie - episode "The Tree of Liberty"
1977 Bluey Chris episode "The Wrong Coffin"
1976 The Sullivans - -
1976 Alvin Purple Rod "Spike" Morley 13 episodes
1976 Rush Crew episode "La Belle France"
1976 Homicide Greg Ferguson episode "Third Generation"
1975 Shannon's Mob Richard Pollard episode "Mixed Doubles"
1975 Matlock Police Pete Williams episode "The Contessa"
1975 Quality of Mercy Kurt episode "Send Him on His Way Rejoicing"
1972 The Aunty Jack Show - 2 episodes

FilmsEdit

Year Title Character Notes
2014 Wedding of the Year Bede with Maeve Dermody, Deborah Mailman, Colin Friels, Heather Mitchell & Noni Hazlehurst
2014 The Bugle's Call Bluebroker short - with Kieran McKinnirey & Ronan Banks
2014 Love is Now Ben with Eamon Farren, Claire van der Boom, Anna Torv, Dustin Clare & Rodger Corser
2013 Return to Nim's Island Grant with Bindi Irwin, Toby Wallace, John Waters, Matthew Lillard, Jack Pearson & Sebastian Gregory
2013 The Interviewer Paul Dexter short - with Brendan Donoghue, Winston Cooper & Laurence Brewer
2012 Dangerous Remedy Sir Arthur Rylah with Susie Porter, Maeve Dermody, Peter O'Brien, Nicholas Bell, Gary Sweet & Caroline Craig
2011 Swerve Armstrong with Emma Booth, Travis McMahon, Vince Colosimo, Roy Billing & Robert Mammone
2011 Busong Landowner with Alessandra de Rossi, Clifford Bañagale & Dax Alejandro
2011 Sleeping Beauty Man with Rachael Blake, Emily Browning, Peter Carroll, Michael Dorman & Mirrah Foulkes
2010 Savages Crossing Chris with Sacha Horler, John Jarratt, Craig McLachlan & Jessica Napier
2010 Beneath Hill 60 Coronel Wilson Rutledge with Brendan Cowell, Aden Young, Gyton Grantley, Warwick Young & Anthony Hayes
2009 The Boys Are Back Tom with Clive Owen, Emma Booth, Laura Fraser, Erik Thomson, Nathan Page & Emma Lung
2009 False Witness Browning with Dougray Scott, Richard Roxburgh, Don Hany, Stephen Curry & Alin Sumarwata
2009 Correspondence Quentin Samuels shortmetraje
2008 The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce Robert Knopwood with Adrian Dunbar, Ciarán McMenamin, Don Hany, Dan Wyllie & Socratis Otto
2008 The View from Greenhaven Dashiell with Steve Bisley, Wendy Hughes, Susan Prior, Russell Dykstra & Geoff Morrell
2008 Salvation Architect with Wendy Hughes, Bruce Myles, Natasha Novak & Kim Gyngell
2008 A Pretty Penny Jack short - with Max Cullen
2008 The Weight of Sunken Treasure Michael Dooley short - with Renai Caruso & Michael Dorman
2008 You Better Watch Out Santa short - with Dan Wyllie, Stephen Curry & Caitlin McDougall
2007 Swing - short - with Bianca de Meyrick & Lachlan Mantell
2006 Solo - with Cameron Ambridge, Tony Barry, Vince Colosimo, Colin Friels & Paul Gleeson
2006 Vend Mechanic short - with Christopher Baker, Matt Dyall & Christopher Heaslip
2006 The Water Diary Guest short - with Alice Englert, Geneviève Lemon, Justine Clarke & Russell Dykstra
2006 Jindabyne Gregory with Gabriel Byrne, Laura Linney, John Howard, Deborra-Lee Furness, Max Cullen & Eva Lazzaro
2006 Hotel Vladivostok Man short - with Ria Irawan, Ivan Isyanov & Shozo Sakai
2005 Jewboy Sam with Saskia Burmeister, Leah Vandenberg & Ewen Leslie
2005 Adrift Albert short - with Paul Kelman & Helen O'Leary
2004 Through My Eyes Des Sturgess Q.C. with Miranda Otto, Craig McLachlan, Peter O'Brien, Steven Vidler, Grant Bowler & Nadine Garner
2004 BlackJack: Sweet Science Wayne Tippet with Colin Friels, Vince Colosimo, Alex O'Loughlin, Anthony Hayes & Nash Edgerton
2004 The Widower Neville with Tony Barry, Matt Dyall & Ben Harkin
2004 Salem's Lot - with Rob Lowe, Donald Sutherland, Robert Mammone, Penny McNamee & Brendan Cowell
2004 Human Touch Edward with Jacqueline McKenzie, Aaron Blabey, Rebecca Firth, Aden Young & Simon McBurney
2003 Lennie Cahill Shoots Through Twink with Tony Barry, Diana Glenn, Steven Vidler & Gary Waddell
2003 Paradise Found Charles Arnaud with Kiefer Sutherland, Alun Armstrong, Nastassja Kinsk, Thomas Heinze & Nicholas Hope
2003 Subterano Cleary with Alex Dimitriades, Tasma Walton, Alison Whyte & Jason Stojanovski
2002 Stuffed Bunny Father of Marcus short - with Ryan Johnson, Russell Dykstra, Michael Dorman, Marshall Napier & Jessica Napier
2002 The Nugget Doug with Eric Bana, Stephen Curry, Belinda Emmett, Vince Colosimo, Max Cullen & Linda Cropper
2002 Black and White Detective Sargento Karskens with Robert Carlyle, Colin Friels, Ben Mendelsohn, Bille Brown & Roy Billing
2001 My Husband My Killer George Cannellis with Colin Friels, Craig McLachlan, Tara Morice, Bridie Carter, Linda Cropper & Abi Tucker
2001 The Day of the Roses Informante with Stephen Curry, Helen Dallimore, Gigi Edgley, Rebecca Gibney & Peter O'Brien
2001 The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky Oscar with Derek Jacobi, Delia Silvan & Hans Sonneveld
2001 One Night the Moon Sargent with Paul Kelly, Memphis Kelly & David Field
2000 The Monkey's Mask Dad Fitzpatrick with Marton Csokas, Susie Porter, John Noble, Brendan Cowell & Bojana Novakovic
2000 Innocence Minister with Julia Blake, Robert Menzies & Marta Dusseldorp
2000 Muggers George Roy Rogers with Jason Barry, Petra Yared, Rob Carlton, Matt Day, Marshall Napier & Nicola Charles
1999 Molokai: The Story of Father Damien Clayton Strawn with David Wenham, Derek Jacobi, Sam Neill, Peter O'Toole, Tom Wilkinson & Aden Young
1999 Change of Heart Harry with Tony Barry, Grant Bowler, Jerome Ehlers & Roxane Wilson
1997 Oscar and Lucinda Mr. Judd with Ralph Fiennes, Cate Blanchett, Tom Wilkinson, Richard Roxburgh & Geoffrey Rush
1997 Fable Flagg with Simon Westaway, Melissa George, Marta Dusseldorp & Peter Hardy
1997 Blackrock Detective Sargento Wilansky with Linda Cropper, Simon Lyndon, Justine Clarke, Essie Davis, Bojana Novakovic, John Howard
1997 Kiss or Kill Detective Hummer with Frances O'Connor, Matt Day, Barry Otto, Max Cullen & Barry Langrishe
1997 One Way Ticket Bertie with Peter Phelps, Rachel Blakely & Jane Hall
1996 Lust and Revenge George Oliphant with Nicholas Hope, Claudia Karvan, Robert Menzies, Max Gillies & Wendy Hughes
1996 Shine Sam with Geoffrey Rush, Sonia Todd, Ella Scott Lynch, Nicholas Bell & Noah Taylor
1996 Cabbie of the Year - short - with Steve Adams & Simon Hill
1995 Singapore Sling: Old Flames Sonny with John Waters, Priscilla Barnes, Ray Barrett & Simon Bossell
1994 Muriel's Wedding Ken Blundell with Roz Hammond, Toni Collette, Dan Wyllie, Rachel Griffiths & Matt Day
1994 Exile Sacerdote with Aden Young, Claudia Karvan, Barry Otto, Hugo Weaving & Tony Llewellyn-Jones
1994 Bernie's Magic Moment Bernie shortmetraje
1993 The Feds: Betrayal Daniel "Mac" McIntyre with Robert Taylor, Angie Milliken, Peter Phelps, Tammy MacIntosh & Brian Vriends
1993 Touch Me Claude short - with Claudia Karvan, Barry Otto, David Field & Norman Kaye
1992 Alex Mr. Jack with Lauren Jackson, Josh Picker, Cathy Godbold & Bruce Phillips
1992 The Nun and the Bandit Michael Stanley with Norman Kaye, Tony Llewellyn-Jones & Robert Menzies
1992 The Last Man Hanged Sheriff with Colin Friels, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, Angie Milliken & Graham Harvey
1991 A Woman's Tale Jonathan with Gosia Dobrowolska, Norman Kaye, Max Gillies & Tony Llewellyn-Jones
1991 Sweet Talker Gerald Bostock with Bryan Brown, Karen Allen, Justin Rosniak & Bruce Spence
1990 Quigley Down Under Major Ashley-Pitt with Tom Selleck, Laura San Giacomo, Alan Rickman & Ben Mendelsohn
1990 Aya Mac with Eri Ishida, Nicholas Eadie & Tim Robertson
1990 Golden Braid Bernard with Gosia Dobrowolska, Norman Kaye & Robert Menzies
1990 Call Me Mr. Brown Peter Macari with Bill Hunter, John Polson, Patrick Frost & Max Cullen
1990 Plead Guilty, Get a Bond - short - with Lillian Crombie & Dennis Miller
1989 Island Janis with Irene Papas, Eva Sitta, Anoja Weerasinghe & Norman Kaye
1988 Emerald City Mike McCord with Nicole Kidman, Robyn Nevin & Nicholas Hammond
1988 The Navigator: A Mediaeval Odyssey Arno with Bruce Lyons, Marshall Napier & Noel Appleby
1988 Manifesto Wango with Alfred Molina, Simon Callow, Lindsay Duncan, Rade Serbedzija & Gabrielle Anwar
1988 Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train Jefe de Estación with Wendy Hughes, Colin Friels, Norman Kaye, John Clayton & Lewis Fitz-Gerald
1988 A Day and a Half - with Renée Geyer, Richard Jacob & Patrick Ward
1988 The First Kangaroos James Giltinan with Dennis Waterman, Jim Carter & Wayne Pygram
1987 The Tale of Ruby Rose Henry Rose with Melita Jurisic, Rod Zuanic & Martyn Sanderson
1987 Don Quixote of La Mancha - with Robert Helpmann, Phillip Hinton, Peter Kaye & Keith Robinson
1987 The Bit Part Michael Thornton with John Wood, Katrina Foster, Nicole Kidman, Deborra-Lee Furness & Maureen Edwards
1986 Dogs in Space Man with Michael Hutchence, Deanna Bond & Nique Needles
1986 Malcolm Willy with Colin Friels, Lindy Davies & Charles Tingwell
1986 King Solomon's Mines - with Tom Burlinson, John Meillon & Arthur Dignam
1986 Double Sculls Paul Weber with Judi Farr, Vanessa Downing & Vincent Ball
1985 Burke & Wills Tom McDonagh with Jack Thompson, Nigel Havers, Greta Scacchi & Drew Forsythe
1985 A Street to Die Col Turner with Brett Climo, Jennifer Cluff & Arianthe Galani
1985 The Coca-Cola Kid Kim with Eric Roberts, Greta Scacchi, Kris McQuade, Max Gillies & Tony Barry
1984 Strikebound Wattie Doig with John Howard, Carol Burns & Hugh Keays-Byrne
1984 Razorback Benny Baker with Gregory Harrison, Bill Kerr, John Howard, Judy Morris & John Ewart
1984 The Great Gold Swindle Peter Duvnjak with John Hargreaves, Steve Jodrell, Tony Rickards & Paul Conti
1983 The Return of Captain Invincible Maitre D' with Alan Arkin, Christopher Lee, Bill Hunter, Michael Pate, John Bluthal & Max Cullen
1983 Man of Flowers David with Norman Kaye, Julia Blake & Werner Herzog
1982 Lonely Hearts Detective with Wendy Hughes, Norman Kaye, Julia Blake, Jonathan Hardy & Kris McQuade
1982 The Clinic Dr. Eric Linden with Simon Burke, Gerda Nicolson & Rona McLeod
1982 Running on Empty Fotógrafo with Max Cullen, Richard Moir & Penne Hackforth-Jones
1982 The Man from Snowy River Curly with Kirk Douglas, Sigrid Thornton, Jack Thompson & Tony Bonner
1982 Heatwave Peter Houseman with Judy Davis, Richard Moir, Bill Hunter & John Meillon
1982 Attack Force Z "Sparrer" Bird with Mel Gibson, Sam Neill, John Phillip Law & John Waters
1982 With Prejudice Rogerson with Max Cullen, Richard Moir & Tony Barry
1982 Freedom Phil with Charles Tingwell, Max Cullen & Reg Lye
1981 ...Maybe This Time Vendedor with Judy Morris, Bill Hunter & Lyn Collingwood
1980 'Breaker' Morant Capitán Sharp with Edward Woodward, John Waters, Bryan Brown, Ray Meagher & Lewis Fitz-Gerald
1980 Dead Man's Float Thug with Jacqui Gordon, Rick Ireland, Bill Hunter & Gus Mercurio
1979 Kostas Martin with Wendy Hughes, Kris McQuade, Tony Llewellyn-Jones, Graeme Blundell & Norman Kaye
1978 In Search of Anna Jerry with Richard Moir, Judy Morris & Bill Hunter
1978 Newsfront Chris Hewitt with Bill Hunter, Wendy Hughes, Bryan Brown, Drew Forsythe & Tony Barry
1978 A Good Thing Going Terry with Veronica Lang, Miles Buchanan, Beth Buchanan & Simone Buchanan
1977 Out of It Warren with Glenn Mason, George Spartels, Martin Harris & Terry Camilleri
1976 Deathcheaters Carnicero with John Hargreaves, Drew Forsythe, Grant Page & Margaret Gerard
1976 The Trespassers Sandy with Judy Morris, Briony Behets, Peter Carmody & Max Gillies
1975 Ivanhoe - with Alistair Duncan, Barbara Frawley, Mark Kelly & John Llewellyn
1975 The Removalists Rob with Peter Cummins, Jacki Weaver & Kate Fitzpatrick
1975 The Great MacArthy Warburton with Judy Morris, Barry Humphries, Max Gillies & John Jarratt
1974 The Cars That Ate Paris Darryl with John Meillon, Terry Camilleri, Max Gillies, Danny Adcock, Bruce Spence & Melissa Jaffer
1974 Essington Squires with Jacqueline Kott, Sandra McGregor, Cornelia Frances, Melissa Jaffer & Drew Forsythe
  • Producer & Writer:
Year Series/Film/Documentary Notes
2001 The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky assistant to the director & manager
1991 The Media Project producer
1989 Island assistant to the light technician
1986 Malcolm manager
1976 Alvin Purple writer - episode "Ciao Alvin"

Theatre[5]Edit

Year Play Character Director Theatre Notes
2010 Hippolytos Raised - - Roundhouse Theatre with Travis Ash, Stephanie Bennett, Charlotte Green & Pierce Wilcox
2010 Quack - Chris Mead Stables Theatre with Jeanette Cronin, Charlie Garber & Aimee Horne
2008 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - Gale Edwards Victorian Arts Centre with Martin Henderson, Gary Files, Essie Davis & Rebekah Stone[6]
2004 Victory - Judy Davis - with Peter Carroll, Judy Davis, Marta Dusseldorp & Colin Friels
2000 A Cheery Soul - Neil Armfield Drama Theatre with Vanessa Downing, Rohan Nichol, Robyn Nevin & Geoff Morrell
1997 Black Mary Fred Britten Angela Chaplin Wilson Street with Lillian Crombie, Jerome Ehlers, Margaret Harvey & Irma Woods
1993–1994 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice - Wayne Harrison Playhouse Theatre with Magda Szubanski, Angela Toohey & Felix Williamson
1993 Summer of the Aliens - Angela Chaplin Wharf Theatre with Toni Collette, Penny Cook & Damon Herriman
1980 She'll Be Right - Chris Haywood - with Laurence Bettarel
1977 Going Home - Richard Wherrett Nimrod Upstairs Theatre with Gary Day, James Elliott, Nancye Hayes & Catherine Wilkin
1975 The Ride Across Lake Constance - Richard Wherrett - with Christine Amor, Peter Carroll & Kate Fitzpatrick
1975 Ginge's Last Stand - Kenneth Horler Nimrod Upstairs Theatre with Peter Carroll, Bill Charlton, Kate Fitzpatrick & Robyn Nevin
1974 My Foot, My Tutor - Richard Wherrett Nimrod Street Theatre with Peter Carroll
1974 Well Hung - Kenneth Horler Nimrod Upstairs Theatre with Peter Carroll, Peter Corbett & Tony Llewellyn-Jones
1974 Kookaburra - Richard Wherrett - with Peter Carroll, Maggie Dence, Robyn Nevin & Tony Llewellyn-Jones
1973 Kookaburra - Simon Hopkinson Nimrod Upstairs Theatre with Jenny Brown, Peg Christensen & Lloyd Cunnington
1973 Who? - - VIC Theatre with Bill Garner & John Smythe
1973 Jumpers - Peter James Russell Street Theatre with David Clendinning, Peter Flett, Jonathan Hardy & John Wood
1973 Kaspar - Richard Wherrett Nimrod Street Theatre with Lex Marinos, Berys Marsh, Philip Sayer & Andrew Sharp
1973 The Dumb Waiter - Charles Kemp - with Max Gillies
1973 Tooth of Crime - John Bell Nimrod Street Theatre with Michael Caton, Tony Llewellyn-Jones & Anna Volska
1971, 1972 The Removalists - John Bell Playbox Theatre with Martin Harris, Sandra MacGregor, Jacki Weaver & Janie Stewart
1972 Housey - Aarne Neeme Nimrod Street Theatre with Diane Craig, Max Cullen, Nick Enright & Barry Lovett
1972 The Legend of King O'Malley - Richard Wherrett Hunter Theatre with Elaine Cusick, Angus McLean & Jacki Weaver
1971 After Magritte - Larry Eastwood Nimrod Street Theatre with Martin Harris, Max Phipps, Carole Skinner & Jacki Weaver

Film credits as an Art Director: Force of Destiny (2015)

Film credit as Casting Director: The Crater (2015)

Film credit as Producer: The Media Project directed by Peter Watkins (1991)

TelevisionEdit

TV credits as an actor include: Homicide, Essington, Against the Wind, Five Mile Creek, Return to Eden, Waterfront, A Good Thing Going, Boys From The Bush, Water Rats, Farscape, McLeod's Daughters, All Saints, Stingers, Grass Roots, Home and Away, The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce and The Pacific. Haywood appeared in Neighbours as Walter Mitchell in June 2013.[7]

TV credits as a writer: Alvin Purple additional material (1976)

AwardsEdit

His performances have been honoured with three Awards from the Australian Film Institute (from a total of eight nominations) for his roles in the feature films A Street to Die and Emerald City, and for television in Stingers as well as the Film Critics Circle Award for Kiss or Kill and the Asian Film Festival Award for In Search of Anna. He garnered three Logie Awards for his work on television-for Essington, Good Thing Going and Janus. Most recently he won the Best Actor award at the Tampa Bay Film Festival in Florida.[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://if.com.au/2014/03/10/article/Chris-Haywood-pays-tribute-to-Wendy-Hughes/VTNASYSPDH.html
  2. ^ http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/australian-actor-wendy-hughes-has-died-at-the-age-of-61/story-fni0cx12-1226848998648
  3. ^ Chris Haywood InterviewAustralian Broadcasting Corporation
  4. ^ Home and Away Official Page
  5. ^ Ausstage - Theatre - Actor Chris Haywood
  6. ^ Cat on a Hat Tin Roof
  7. ^ "Chris Haywood ventures into Erinsborough". Neighbours.com.au. Eleven. 17 June 2013. Retrieved 17 June 2013.

The Day of the Roses

External linksEdit

  • Brian McFarlane, Geoff Mayer, Ina Bertrand (Ed.) (1999). The Oxford companion to Australian film. Melbourne, Australia ; New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-553797-1.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link) CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  • Chris Haywood at IMDb