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Andrew Upton

Andrew Upton was born in 1966 in Australia. He is known for his work on The Turning (2013), Stories of Lost Souls (2005) and Gone (2006). He has been married to Cate Blanchett since December 29, 1997. They have three children. See full bio »

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The Turning
The Turning Writer
(2013)
Stories of Lost Souls
(2005)
Gone
Gone Writer
(2006)
Bangers
Bangers Writer
(1999)

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 2014 Philistines: Live at the University of Regina (Short) (adaptation)
 2013/I The Turning (screenplay - segment "Reunion")
 2006/VI Gone (written by)
 2005 Stories of Lost Souls (segment "Bangers")
 1999 Bangers (Short) (writer)
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Provided the English translation for the 2005 Australian Theater season performance of "Cyrano de Bergerac", which stars David Wenham, his wife's cast mate from "The Lord of the Rings". See more »

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