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Alan David Lee is a well-known Australian TV actor.
Alan David Lee's first role was Don Sertori on the Logie Award-winning children's show, 'H2O: Just Add Water'. 'The Cowra Breakout', 'All Saints', 'Special Squad', 'Murder Call', 'Blue Heelers', 'H2O: Just Add Water', 'Water Rats', 'Prisoner', and 'McLeod's Daughters' are among his television and cinema credits.
Alan David Lee grew up on a farm in Kenya, and his family moved to Australia when he was young and Alan David Lee was able to get roles on television. He earned these after a degree in Dramatic Art from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia. Alan David Lee has performed as a supporting actor in small roles and supporting roles in many films, plays, and TV episodes.
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Alan David Lee is an Australian actor with a net worth of $1.5 million. Alan David Lee's primary source of income is his career as a TV actor.
Alan David Lee's exact annual income is not known and will vary depending on his roles.
Alan David Lee is 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) tall.
Alan David Lee was born on February 24, 1955, so he celebrated his 67th birthday in February 2022. His zodiac sign is Pisces.
Alan David Lee was raised on a farm in Kenya before relocating to Australia when he was seven years old. In 1981, he graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Australia.
Over the years, he has been in a few theatrical productions, including an adaptation of Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons', in which he played Chris Keller.
Alan David Lee has not disclosed any details about his personal life, relationships, or children. It is not known if he is dating anyone, or if he is married.
Alan David Lee made his career debut in 1982, with the television series, 'Prisoner: Cell Block H'. 'Prisoner: Cell Block H' was a crime drama series that ran on Network Ten from 1979-1986 and was produced by the Grundy Organization. The series has successfully finished eight seasons and 192 episodes.
Alan David Lee co-starred in 'H2O: Just Add Water', with Phoebe Tonkin from 2006-2010. The show revolved around prisoners and was inspired by the British drama series, 'Within These Walls'. Alan David Lee starred in over 50 episodes of 'H2O: Just Add Water', as Don Sertori, from 2006-2010.
Alan David Lee is an enthusiastic actor who has been featured as a guest on several shows and award ceremonies. Alan David Lee has also appeared in a few stage plays, including a production of Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons', in which he played Chris Keller.
TV actor, Alan David Lee, has appeared as a recurring character in 'Prisoner: Cell Block H', 'Patrol Boat', 'The Cowra Breakout', 'Special Squad', 'Carson's Law', 'Bodyline', 'The Great Bookie Robbery', 'Corridors of Power', 'Through My Eyes', 'Love My Way', and 'McLeod's Daughters'.
Amongst his film credits include, 'Twelfth Night', 'Alterations', 'Deadly', 'Police Rescue', 'Risk', 'Down Under Mystery Tour', and 'The Custodian'.
The series 'Prisoner: Cell Block H' won a Logie Award, Sammy Award, and Penguin Award in many categories.
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