Hugh Keays-Byrne

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Distinguished Member
RIP

Keays-Byrne was born in Srinagar, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (part of the British Raj then, India now) to British parents; his family moved to Britain when he was a young child.[2] He was schooled in England and began his career as a stage actor. Between 1968 and 1972

Immortan Joe in Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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Films

Stone
(1974) - Toad
The Man from Hong Kong (1975) - Morrie Grosse
Mad Dog Morgan (1976) - Simon
The Trespassers (1976) - Frank
Blue Fin (1978) - Stan
Mad Max (1979) - Toecutter[1]
Snapshot (1979) - Linsey
The Chain Reaction (1980) - Eagle
Ginger Meggs (1982) - Captain Hook
Going Down (1983) - Bottom, the biker
Where the Green Ants Dream (1984) - Mining executive
Strikebound (1984) - Idris Williams
Lorca and the Outlaws (1984) - Danny
Burke & Wills (1985) - Ambrose Kyte
For Love Alone (1986) - Andrew
Kangaroo (1987) - Kangaroo
Les Patterson Saves the World (1987) - Inspector Farouk
The Blood of Heroes (1989) - Lord Vlle
Resistance (1992) - Peter
Huntsman 5.1 (1999) - Bain
Sleeping Beauty (2011) - Man 3
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)



Television

Bellbird (1967)[10]
Boy Meets Girl (1967) - Leslie
Essington (1974, TV Movie)
The Outsiders (1976) - Doyle
Say You Want Me (1977, TV Movie) - Harry Kirby
Death Train (1978, TV Movie) - Ted Morrow
The Tichborne Affair (1978, TV Movie) - Tichbourne
Barnaby and Me (1978, TV Movie) - Huggins
Secret Valley (1980, TV Movie) - William Whopper
Runaway Island (1982, TV Movie) - Lucas the Ratter
Treasure Island (1987, TV Movie) (voice)
Badlands 2005 (1988, TV Movie) - Moondance
Dadah Is Death (1988, TV Movie) - Hammed
Joe Wilson (1988, TV Mini-Series) - Bob Galletley
Singapore Sling: Old Flames (1995, TV Movie)
Moby Dick (1998, TV Mini-Series) - Mr. Stubb[14]
Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999, TV Mini-Series) - McNiff
Farscape (2001) - Grunchlk[2]
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars (2004) - Grunchlk[2]
 
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