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David Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu (Gurlpilil is linguistically correct though he is sometimes credited as David Gumpilil; born 1 July 1953), is an Indigenous Australian traditional dancer and actor. His first starring role was Walkabout. A portrait of Gulpilil by Craig Ruddy won the 2004 Archibald Prize, Australia's best known art prize.
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|2008||Australia as King George|
|2006||Ten Canoes as The Storyteller|
|2005||The Proposition as Jacko|
|2002||The Tracker as The Tracker|
|2002||Rabbit-Proof Fence as Moodoo der Fährtensucher|
|2001||Following the Rabbit-Proof Fence as Himself|
|2001||Serenades as Rainman|
|1986||Crocodile Dundee as Neville Bell|
|1977||The Last Wave as Chris Lee (as Gulpilil)|
|1976||Storm Boy as Fingerbone|
|1976||Mad Dog Morgan as Billy|
|1971||Walkabout as Black Boy (as David Gumpilil)|