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Stephen Sewell was born on March 13, 1953 in Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia. He is a writer and director, known for The Boys (1998), Isabelle Eberhardt (1991) and Lost Things (2003). See full bio »
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The Boys
The Boys Writer
Isabelle Eberhardt
Lost Things
Lost Things Writer


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 2012 Andy X (Short) (writer)
 2003 Lost Things (writer)
 2001 Elly (Short)
 1999 Sydney: A Story of a City (writer)
 1998 The Boys (writer)
 1998 Let's Wait (Short) (writer)
 1986 The Gillies Republic (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- The Bjelke-Petersen Republic (1986) ... (segment "The Twilight Cone")
- The Keating Republic (1986) ... (segment "The Twilight Cone")
- The Howard Republic (1986) ... (segment "The Twilight Cone")
- The Hawke Republic (1986) ... (segment "The Twilight Cone")
- The Singleton Republic (1986) ... (segment "The Twilight Cone")
 1985 Wrong World (additional dialogue)
 1985 The Long Way Home (TV Movie)
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 1998 Let's Wait (Short)
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 2000 Chopper (script editor)
 1997 True Love and Chaos (script editor)
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 1999 Foolish (additional editor)
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 1986 Chile: Hasta Cuando? (Documentary) (special thanks to)
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His play, "Myth, Propaganda, & Disaster in Nazi Germany & Contemporary America," was performed at the Orange Tree Theatre in London, England with Jonathan Guy Lewis, Amanda Royle, Vincent Brimble, Robert Benfield, and David Rintoul in the cast. Sam Walters was also director.

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