Kit Taylor (born 1942) is an Australian actor, and the son of actor Grant Taylor. He made his acting debut as Jim Hawkins in the film Long John Silver (1954) and the associated TV series The Adventures of Long John Silver.[1] He went on to have an acting career as an adult.

Kit Taylor
Born1942 (age 79–80)
Sydney, Australia
FamilyGrant Taylor (father)



Year Title Role Notes
1954 Long John Silver Jim Hawkins
1976 Don's Party Evan
1978 Weekend of Shadows Ryan
1982 Early Frost Paul Sloane
1984 Innocent Prey Joe
1987 Cassandra Harrison
1995 Rough Diamonds Les Finnigan


Year Title Role Notes
1956–57 The Adventures of Long John Silver Jim Hawkins Main role
1964–1966 Homicide James Curtin / George Tatnell / Tony Clarke / Cliff Ferguson Episodes: "The Knot", "Colour of Hate", "Where There's a Will", "Man at Bay"
1966 The Interpretaris David Carmichael TV miniseries
1967 Wandjina! Con. Jack Hankey Episode: "1.7"
1967 Adventuers of the Seaspray Nathan Episode: "Forgotten Island"
1969 Who-Dun-It Alex Jarvis Episode: "A High Class Death"
1969–70 The Troubleshooters Ted Raven / Jimmy Tyler Episodes: "And One Wise Man Came Out from the East", "Operation Black Gold"
1971 Paul Temple Alan MacAfee Episode: "Death for Divers' Reasons"
1971 The Persuaders! Croupier Episode: "Anyone Can Play"
1974 The Box Trooper Davis Guest role
1975 Division 4 Woods Episode: "Dead Fall"
1975 Quality of Mercy Tom Episode: "Sally Go Round the Moon"
1975 Number 96 Warwick Thompson Guest role
1976–77 Bluey Charles Parker / Jack Stevens Episodes: "A Few Quiet Questions", "Lonely Ordeal"
1977 Born to Run Paul Sanford TV film
1978–79 Cop Shop Larousse / Philip Kendal Episodes: "1.23", "1.24", "1.133"
1979 Skyways Tim Barclay Guest role
1981 Intimate Strangers Greg TV miniseries
1982 Wilde's Domain Dan Wilde TV film
1981–82 The Young Doctors Steve Newman Episodes: "1.1077", "1.1078"
1983–1985 A Country Practice Ronnie Thompson / Farmer Gunn / Tom Gunn Episodes: "September Song", "An Axe to Grind", "Follow the Leader"
1985 Possession Alan Kennedy TV film
1989 A Country Practice Brian Cox Episodes: "Fool's Gold: Parts 1 & 2"
1993 Flight from Hell Capt. Warren Banks TV film
2000 The Lost World Tom Layton / Largo Episode: "Prodigal Father"


  1. ^ "Actor's son is in film". The Argus. Melbourne: National Library of Australia. 8 April 1954. p. 3. Retrieved 3 April 2015.

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