Carter in Sydney, 2013
|Died||13 July 2019 65) (aged|
|Occupation||Actor, voice artist|
Richard Carter (11 December 1953 – 13 July 2019) was an Australian actor and voice-over artist who appeared in several television series and independent films.
Some of Carter's filmography includes Rabbit-Proof Fence , Hating Alison Ashley , Babe: Pig in the City , Happy Feet Two , Our Lips Are Sealed (with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) and Mad Max: Fury Road , the last of which was his final role.
He died in the early hours of 13 July 2019 after a brief illness.
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|1983||Hostage||Sleazy Carnival Customer||Uncredited|
|1984||Fast Talking||Geography teacher|
|1985||Rebel||Harry De Wheels|
|1987||Howling III||First Drunk|
|1988||Around the World in 80 Ways||Financier|
|1988||The Clean Machine||D.S. Frank Truro|
|1988||Grievous Bodily Harm||Les|
|1990||Sher Mountain Killings Mystery||Conrad|
|1992||Exchange Lifeguards||Al Eastman|
|1993||Reckless Kelly||Police Sergeant (Aust.)|
|1994||No Escape||Sleeping Sentry|
|1994||Muriel's Wedding||Federal Policeman|
|1994||Signal One||Frankie Button|
|1995||On the Dead Side|
|1996||Idiot Box||Big Bloke|
|1998||Babe: Pig in the City||Detective||Uncredited|
|1999||Two Hands||2NAX DJ|
|2000||Our Lips Are Sealed||Sidney|
|2001||My Husband My Killer||Mike Hagan||TV Movie|
|2001||The Man Who Sued God||Dirk Streicher|
|2002||Rabbit-Proof Fence||Farmhouse Policeman|
|2002||Heroes' Mountain||Police Inspector||TV Movie|
|2003||You Can't Stop the Murders||Chief Carter|
|2003||Gettin' Square||Craig 'Crusher' Knobes|
|2005||Hating Alison Ashley||Lennie Grubb|
|2007||Murder in the Outback||Bradley Murdoch||TV Movie|
|2011||Happy Feet Two||Bryan the Beach Master|
|2013||The Great Gatsby||Herzog|
|2015||Mad Max: Fury Road||The Bullet Farmer||Final role|
|1983||Sons and Daughters||Jim / Keith||2 episodes|
|1986||Spearfield's Daughter||2nd IRA Man||(Television film)|
|1986–1993||A Country Practice||Big Jules / Detective Branco / Turf Cutter||8 episodes|
|1987–1991||Rafferty's Rules||Detective Sgt. Brown||21 episodes|
|1989||Bangkok Hilton||Detective King||3 episodes|
|1990||The Flying Doctors||Doug Holland||Season 6 - Episode 12: Dead Reckoning|
|1991||Police Rescue||Vic Wilson||Season 1 - Episode 8: Raid|
|1992||Hey Dad..!||Policeman||Season 8 - Episode 12: Arthur McArthur, P.I.|
|1994||The Ferals||Brimley Snod||Season 1 - Episode 15: Seasons Greedings|
|1994–1996||G.P.||Arthur Connolly / Commander||3 episodes|
|1995||Blue Murder||Lyail Chandler||2 episodes|
|1997||Twisted Tales||Season 1 - Episode 11: Borrowing Bazza|
|1997||Fallen Angels||Craig Douglas||5 episodes|
|1997–1999||Wildside||Brian Deakin||5 episodes|
|1999||All Saints||Alistair Walsh||Season 2 - Episode 33: True Love and the Blues|
|1999||Water Rats||Victor Wise||Season 4 - Episode 25: Shark Bait|
|2000||The Corner||Crime Scene Officer||Season 1 - Episode 6: Everyman's Blues|
|2000–2003||Pizza||Detective / Bad Cop / Dad Stanko||4 episodes|
|2001||The Bill||Keith Drury||Season 17 - Episode 59: Beech on the Run|
|2001||Blue Heelers||Les Anderson||4 episodes|
|2001||Farscape||Ullom / Kabaah||2 episodes|
|2002–2003||White Collar Blue||Ted Hudson||44 episodes|
|2006-2008||Stupid, Stupid Man||FA / JA||2 episodes|
|2007||City Homicide||Larry Klein||2 episodes|
|2008–2011||East West 101||Mick Deakin||5 episodes|
|2010–2014||Rake||Mick Corella||5 episodes|
|2013||Housos||Narrator||Season 2 - Episode 1: Voucher|
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