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Rob Sitch Rob Sitch i(A22346 works by)
Also writes as: Audrey Gordon
Born: Established: 1962 Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Rob Sitch was educated at St. Kevin's College and the University of Melbourne. He has been a celebrated television performer, film actor, screenwriter and comedian since the late 1980s and early 1990s, when he was part of the on-screen team of The D-Generation. His creative partnership with Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Jane Kennedy (qq.v.) (in various combinations) has resulted in successful Australian films such as The Castle (1997) and The Dish (2000) and popular television shows such as The Late Show (1992), The Panel (1998) and Thank God You're Here (2006).

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • As well as the awards listed, Sitch received the Australian Box Office Achievement Award at the Australian Movie Convention in 1998 (for The Castle).

Awards for Works

Utopia 2014 series - publisher film/TV

A comedy series set inside the offices of the Nation Building Authority, a new government office for overseeing major infrastructure projects.

For a list of episodes, see Film Details.

2017 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
2015 shortlisted Logie Awards Most Outstanding Comedy Program
2015 shortlisted Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
2014 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
Fat Chance 2008 single work film/TV

'The Prime Minister is caught out on talk-back radio, promising to tackle the problem of childhood obesity. Now the Unit must come up with a policy that keeps everyone happy.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 11/6/2013)

2008 won AFI Awards Australian Film Institute Awards Best Screenplay in Television
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