Steven Vidler (actor)

Steven Vidler (born 1960) is an Australian actor known for his part in the Scottish–Australian series Jeopardy.

Steven Vidler
Born1960 (age 60–61)
OccupationActor

CareerEdit

His film credits include The Good Wife (1987) where he played "Sugar", the younger brother who 'knew' his brother's wife.[1] Vidler made his feature film directorial debut with the 1997 film Blackrock.[2] It was the only feature film he ever directed. He was the good-meaning teacher, Mr Simmons in the BAFTA award-winning Jeopardy and also plays Neil Webster, Tara's father in the Australian drama Dance Academy, he also played officer Frank Williams in WWE Films' See No Evil (2006).

FilmographyEdit

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Note
1984 The Blood of Others Autre Manifestant Film
Displaced Persons Alexander Film
1985 Robbery Under Arms Dick Marston Film
The Dunera Boys Tropp Film
1987 The Good Wife Sugar Hills Film
The Perfectionist Erik Film
1988 Incident at Raven's Gate Eddie Film
1989 Outback Jack Donaghue Film
1990 Harbour Beat Lance Cooper Film
1991 A Country Practice Phillip Dalton TV series (2 episodes)
G.P. Doug TV series (1 episode)
1992 Frankie's House Steve Cotler Film
Bony Jackson TV series (1 episode)
1993 Desperate Journey: The Allison Wilcox Story Lieutenant Commander Jack Harkin Film
1994 No Worries Gary Hay Film
Heartland Phil McCarthy TV series (6 episodes)
1995 Snowy River: The McGregor Saga Daniel Larson TV series (1 episode)
Napoleon Snake/Galah/Mouse Film
Janus Danny Wyatt TV series (4 episodes)
Halifax f.p. Steve Kingsley TV series (1 episode)
Police Rescue Scuderi TV series (1 episode)
1996 The Territorians Robert McCabe Film
1997 State Coroner Salmon TV series (1 episode)
Big Sky Cameron TV series (1 episode)
1998 The Day of the Roses Dick Lamb TV mini-series
Wildside Trevor Kierney TV series (1 episode)
The Thin Red Line 2nd Lieutenant Gore Film
1999 Water Rats Brian Geary TV series (1 episode)
Two Hands The Man Film
Stingers Todd Tregear TV series (1 episode)
SeaChange The Ghost TV series (1 episode)
Dog Watch The Captain Film
2000 The Love of Lionel's Life Robbie Film
2001 Finding Hope Nobby Film
Child Stars: The Shirley Temple Story Darryl Zanuck Film
Blonde Warren Film
2002 The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course Deputy Director Ansell Film
MDA Nick Clarke TV series (3 episodes)
A Ring of Endless Light Mr. Gray Film
Young Lions Sergeant Brian Graham TV series (1 episode)
2003 Bad Eggs Pendlebury Film
2004 The Mystery of Natalie Wood Richard Gregson Film
Salem's Lot Sheriff Parkins Film
Through My Eyes Inspector Graeme Charlwood Film
2005 Jeopardy Gerry Simmons TV series (19 episodes)
2006 Love My Way Steven TV series (9 episodes)
Small Claims Ross Film
See No Evil Williams Film
McLeod's Daughters Hugh Doyle TV series (1 episode)
2007 The Home Song Stories Bill Film
2007-2008 Home and Away Noel Anderson TV series (23 episode)
2009 Satisfaction Terence TV series (3 episodes)
2012 Underbelly Police Commander TV series (8 episodes)
2013 Packed to the Rafters Mark Mackey TV series (3 episodes)
Dance Academy Neil Webster TV series (8 episodes)
2014 Rake NSW Premier TV series (3 episodes)
See No Evil 2 Williams Film

External linksEdit

  1. ^ Steven Vidler at IMDb
  2. ^ Drewe, Robert (1 May 1997). "Flipside of the Anzac coin". The Sydney Morning Herald. p. 16. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)