David Gulpilil

Biography

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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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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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.

Description above from the Wikipedia article David Gulpilil, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Gender -

Known Credits 20

Birthday 1953-07-01

Place of Birth Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia

Adult Actor False

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Known For

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 Goldstone
2015 Another Country as Himself / Narrator
2013 Charlie's Country as Charlie
2012 Satellite Boy as Jagamarra
2008 Australia as King George
2007 Crocodile Dreaming as Burrimmilla
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
1991 Until the End of the World as David
1987 Dark Age as Adjaral
1986 Crocodile Dundee as Neville Bell
1978 3 Dances Gulpilil as Dancer
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

Writing

2013 Charlie's Country … Writer

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