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|Born||1942 (age 78–79)|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 1+1⁄2 in)|
|Spouse(s)||first wife: Liz Mullinar (approx. 2 yrs);|
second wife: Penny Ramsey-Mullinar (dec. 2009)
Rodney Mullinar (born 1942) is a British Australian actor, noted for his roles on Australian television. He emigrated to Australia with his first wife, casting agent Liz Mullinar in 1969.
Mullinar took the leading role in Australian espionage drama Hunter late in the show's run in 1968, however he appeared in just eight episodes due to the cancellation of the series. He subsequently played the title role in television series Ryan (1973). His first wife was casting agent Liz Mullinar and his second wife was actress Penny Ramsey, daughter of actress Lois Ramsey.
Other credits include: Cop Shop , Bellbird , Homicide , Division 4 , Matlock Police , Against the Wind , Breaker Morant , Prisoner , Five Mile Creek , All Saints , Stingers , Joanne Lees: Murder in the Outback , Reef Doctors, The Lost World, and The Doctor Blake Mysteries .
|Contrabandits (TV series)||1967||unknown|
|The Adventures (TV series)||1968||?|
|Hunter (TV series)||1968/1969||Gil Martin/Ted Cook|
|It Takes All Kinds||1969||Policeman|
|The Set (film)||1970||Tony Brown|
|Dynasty (TV series)||1971||Bob Campbell|
|Division 4 (TV series)||1969-1972||5 character roles|
|Matlock Police (TV series)||1971-1972||3 roles|
|Over There (TV series)||1972||Tom Bowden|
|Boney (TV series)||1972||Frank Abbott|
|Homicide (TV series)||1967-1974||8 roles|
|Rush (TV series)||1974||Jim Hill|
|Ryan (TV series)||1973-1974||Michael Ryan|
|Down the Wind||1975||Reg|
|Quality of Mercy (TV series)||1975||Charlie|
|Bellbird (TV series)||1974-1975||Scott Leighton (365 episodes)|
|Beyond Reasonable Doubt (TV miniseries documentary)||1977||Prosecutor|
|Young Ramsay (TV series)||1977||George|
|Bluey (TV series)||1977||Swanson|
|The Pajama Girl Case||1978||Inspector Morris|
|The Geeks (TV movie)||1978||Martin|
|Run For the Morning (TV series)||1978||Spencer|
|Against the Wind (TV miniseries)||1978||John MacCarthur|
|Magee and the Lady (TV movie)||1978||Tom|
|Skyways (TV series)||1979||Geoff Blake|
|Taxi (TV movie)||1979||Leslie Armitage|
|Brea=ker Morant||1980||Major. Charles Bolton|
|Cop Shop (TV series)||1978-1980||3 roles|
|Water Under the Bridge (TV miniseries)||Don Brandywine|
|Prisoner (TV series)||1979-1980||David Austin/Wayne Travers|
|...Maybe This Time||1980||Jack|
|Dust for Four||1982||Ken Overland|
|Breakfast in Paris||1982||Michaels Barnes|
|Now and Forever||1983||Geoffrey Bates|
|For the Term of His Natural Life (TV miniseries)||1983||Lt. Maurice Frere|
|Eureka Stockade (TV miniseries)||1984||Vera|
|Five Mile Creek (TV series)||1983-1985||Jack Taylor|
|The Flying Doctors (TV series)||1986||Darcy Adams|
|Echoes of Paradise||1987||Terry|
|Walter Dixons Wombat (TV movie)||1987||Johnathon|
|Rafferty's Rules (TV series)||1988||Harry Bertie|
|The Fremantle Conspiracy (TV movie)||1988||?|
|Dead Calm||1989||Russell Bellows|
|Inside Running (TV series)||1989||?|
|Mission: Impossible (TV series)||1989||Conrad Drago|
|The Magistrate (TV mini-series)||1989||Ian Walters|
|The Humpty Dumpty Man||1989||Stewart Brax|
|Boney (TV series)||1992||Selby|
|Cluedo (TV series)||Frederick Stokes|
|Newlyweds (TV series)||1994||Kirby Hacker|
|Halifax f.p. (TV series)||1994||Melvin Lazar|
|Simone de Beauvoir's Babies (TV miniseries)||1997||Mick|
|All Saints (TV series)||1998||Professor|
|Tales of the South Seas (TV miniseries)||2000||?|
|On the Beach (TV movie)||2000||Admiral Jack Cunnington|
|Shortland Street (TV series)||2000||Max Dubrovsky|
|Curse of the Talisman (TV movie)||2001||Father Eccleston|
|Shock Jock (TV series)||2001||Basil Hannigan|
|BeastMaster (TV series)||2001||Chiuma|
|The Lost World (TV series)||1999-2002)||3 roles|
|MDA (TV series)||2002||Dr. Nathan Tate|
|Welcher & Welcher (TV miniseries)||2003||Toby|
|Stories from the Golf (TV series)||2004||Richard|
|Stingers (TV series)||2004||Colin Burns|
|Joanne Lees: Murder in the Outback (TV movie)||2007||Judge|
|City Homicide (TV series)||2008||Olivier Braxton|
|Very Small Business (TV series)||Dick Denyer|
|Satisfaction (TV series)||2008-2009)||Jimmy Buraston|
|Rush (TV series)||2009||Gavin|
|Killing Time (TV miniseries)||Judge Hart|
|Dogstar (TV series)||2007-2011||Chester|
|Lowdown (TV series)||2012||Additional Voices|
|Reef Doctors (TV miniseries)||2013||Sonny Ferrall|
|The Flamin' Thongs (TV. series)||2014||King Rerpsies|
|The Doctor Blake Mysteries (TV series)||2015||Jock Clement|
|Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (TV series)||2015||Wilbur Littleton|
|Comedy Showroom: Bleak (TV movie)||20156||?|
|Dogstar Christmas in Space (TV movie)||2016||Commercial announcer|
|House Husbands (TV series)||2017||William Mitchell|
|Thats Not Me||2017||Summer Street "Len"|
|True Story with Hamish and Andy||2017-2018||Narrator|
|Utopia (TV series)||2019||Voice|
|Secret Bridesmaids' Business (TV miniseries)||2019|
|Bloom (TV series)||2019-2020||Tommy Brydon|
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