Richard Carter, 'absolutely unforgettable' great Australian character actor, dies | Luke Buckmaster

Four-decade career culminates in gasp-inducing Mad Max: Fury Road performance that blows your mind and rattles your bones

The great Australian character actor Richard Carter died on the weekend, aged 65. Carter was one of those actors whose name might not be instantly recognisable to the general public, but whose face certainly was.

He popped up all over the place in a career that spanned four decades – including TV shows such as Rake, Bangkok Hilton, Police Rescue, Blue Murder, East West 101 and A Country Practice, and a wide range of films, four of which were directed by George Miller – including Happy Feet 1 and 2, Babe: Pig in the City and Mad Max: Fury Road.
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