Tim Draxl

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Tim Draxl
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Tim Draxl in January 2012
Born (1981-10-08) 8 October 1981 (age 42)

Tim Draxl (born 8 October 1981) [1] is an Australian actor and singer, known for his role as Doctor Henry Fox in A Place to Call Home.


Early life

Draxl was born in Sydney and grew up in Jindabyne where his family was in the ski industry. He also spent winters in Austria. He attended high school at the McDonald College of Performing Arts. [2] [3] Draxl is openly gay. [4]


Draxl's film roles include Swimming Upstream (2003), In My Sleep (2010) and A Few Best Men (2011). He was nominated for a Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor in 2004 for the ABC miniseries The Shark Net. Other television roles include in Supernova , Tangle, Serangoon Road, Mrs Biggs , Molly and A Place to Call Home.

Draxl has been referred to as "easily our [Australia's] best cabaret artist" [5] His performance Tim Draxl in Concert was nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Live Music Presentation in 2002.

Draxl appeared in ABC musical drama In Our Blood . [6]



2003 Swimming Upstream John Fingleton
2004Right Here Right NowEd
2006The DealDan(Short)
2008 Red Canyon Devon
2010 Undocumented William
In My Sleep Justin
2011 A Few Best Men Luke
2018 Guardians of the Tomb Andrew
2022 Blacklight Drew Hawthorne


2004The Shark Net(TV Mini-series)
2005 Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure Joe(TV Movie)
2005–2006 Supernova Prof. Mike French(TV Series), 12 episodes
2006HeadlandKieran Bale(TV Series), 9 episodes
2010 Tangle Conrad Doyle(TV Series), 4 episodes
Day One(TV Movie)
2011 Crownies Rob Santangelo(TV Series), 1 episode: "Episode #1.10"
2012 Mrs Biggs Craig(TV Mini-Series), 2 episodes: "Episode #1.4" and "Episode #1.5"
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Simon Abrahams(TV Series), 1 episode: "Raisins and Almonds"
2013 Serangoon Road Stuart Anderson(TV Series), 1 episode: "Episode #1.8"
2015–2018A Place to Call HomeDr. Henry Fox(TV Series), 40 episodes
2016 Molly Karl(TV Mini-Series), 1 episode: "Episode #1.2"
2019 Reef Break Thomas Freeman(TV Series), 1 episode: "Blue Skies"
2020 The Newsreader Adam Lyndell(TV Series) 2 episodes
2022Summer LoveLuke1 episode
2023 In Our Blood David Westford4 episodes
2023 Last King of the Cross Detective Donnolly1 episode
2023 Erotic Stories [7] Jet1 episode (Bound)



List of albums, with Australian chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart
Ordinary Miracles
  • Released: April 1999
  • Label: Columbia (494292.2)
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: Columbia (50130720004)
Live at the Supper Club
  • Released: March 2010
  • Label: Your Management International (YMI200)
  • Notes: Recorded at the Supper Club, Sydney in August 1999
My Funny Valentine
  • Released: 2012
  • Label: Fanfare Records (FANFARE088)


Mo Awards

The Australian Entertainment Mo Awards (commonly known informally as the Mo Awards), were annual Australian entertainment industry awards. They recognise achievements in live entertainment in Australia from 1975 to 2016. [9]

YearNominee / workAwardResult (wins only)
1998Tim DraxlJohnny O'Keefe Encouragement AwardWon

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