|Education|| National Institute of Dramatic Art |
Anglican Church Grammar School
|Occupation||Film and television director|
Donald Charles Crombie(born 5 July 1942) is an Australian film and television director and screenwriter.
He was educated at the Anglican Church Grammar Schooland studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
Crombie started work at the Commonwealth Film Unit in 1963. He has directed feature films, telemovies, mini-series, drama series, documentaries and commercials, and has also written film and television scripts. Crombie has been a board-member of the AWG, ASDACS and ASDA and the President of ASDA for over 5 years.
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