James Fraser Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Australia
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

James made his film debut in 2007 opposite Daniel Radcliffe in 'December Boys'. His more recent film work includes 'The Turning' and Russell Crowe's directorial debut 'The Water Diviner'.

In 2014 has was labeled as "One to Watch" by GQ magazine. In 2015 he appeared alongside Sam Worthington, Hugh Dancy and Charles Dance in 'Deadline Gallipoli'.

In 2012 James graduated from The Australian Film, Television and Radio School and has since directed a range of Music Videos, Short Films and Commercials.

In 2016 his short film 'Hench' won James the Best Australian Young Filmmaker and Audience Choice Awards at Dungog Festival. In 2017 his film 'Dirt Tin' won Best Australian Short at Fantastic Planet Film Festival. And in 2018 his parody 'Safety Driver' won the inaugural Blue Datto short film competition.

In 2019 'Snare', which James wrote, acted in, and edited was selected for the Official Short Film Competition at SXSW and TriBeCa Film Festival.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (8)

In 2011 James was nominated as one of the 15 finalists for the Heath Ledger Scholarship.
In 2014 has was labeled as "One to Watch" by GQ magazine.
In 2015 James was again selected as one of 20 finalists for the Heath Ledger Scholarship.
Nominee - Best Actor - St Kilda Film Festival 2015 - 'Nineteen'.
Winner - Best Actor - New York Independent Film Festival 2018 - 'The Virgin'.
Winner - Best Australian Short Film - Fantastic Planet Film Festival 2017 - 'Dirt Tin'.
Winner - Best Australian Young Filmmaker & Audience Choice Award - Dungog Festival 2016 - 'Hench'.
Winner - Inaugural Blue Datto Short Film competition 2018 - 'Safety Driver'.

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