Abe Forsythe Poster


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Born in Australia
Birth NameAbraham Forsythe

Mini Bio (1)

Abe Forsythe was born on July 26, 1981 in Australia as Abraham Forsythe. He is an actor and writer, known for Down Under (2016), Marking Time (2003) and Howzat! Kerry Packer's War (2012). He has been married to Helen Dallimore since April 2009.

Spouse (1)

Helen Dallimore (April 2009 - present)

Trivia (9)

Son of actor/comedian Drew Forsythe.
Attended The McDonald College for Performing Arts and Newtown High.
Dropped out of school at age 15.
Won the Tropicana award at Tropfest (an Australian film festival) in 1998 when he was just 16.
In 2000, he wrote, directed and co-starred in "Computer Boy" - a 50 minute, extremely low budget spoof of "The Matrix". In it, he played 'Agent Smith', shot in many of the locations used in the original, and shamelessly advertised McDonalds in a variety of creative ways.
Abe has said that his film, 'Guided by the Light of the Lord', which won him an award at Tropfest, was made with just $70.
His 50-minute spoof of the matrix entitled "Computer Boy" was shot in less than two weeks and on a budget of $2000. Computer Boy has since been downloaded 380,000 times and was so popular it was picked up for DVD release.
Wrote the script for 'Ned' in 3 weeks when he'd been having a bad run with auditions.
Peter Jackson is his film-making hero.

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