Cedric Williamson

Victoria, Australia

Model, Actor

Most of my life has been spent as a corporate lawyer and senior company executive. Now that I am semi retired, I am more involved in my long time passion, acting in theatre and film.

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Physical Details

Height
167 cm / 5ft 6in
Waist
83 cm / 33in
Weight
78 kg / 171 lbs
Shoe size
7.0 UK / 8.0 US / 40.5 Euro
Ethnicity
White / Caucasian
Hair color
Grey
Skin color
Olive
Hair length
Medium
Eye color
Brown
Hair type
Straight
Chest
106 cm / 42 in

Experience

1968
  • University of Western Australia : English, Speech & Drama, Perth, Australia
1964
  • Aquinas College : English & Drama, Perth, Australia
  • Aquinas College, : Drama, Perth, Australia

Modeling

Modeling experience: Part-time model - paid commercial work
Commercial photography shoots

Acting

Acting experience: Previous paid speaking roles
Languages spoken
  • English
Accents spoken
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Irish
  • New Zealand
  • South African
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • French
  • Indian
  • Italian
Union memberships
  • Equity
  • MEAA
Cedric is a strong actor with diverse stage and film experience in many different roles both in drama and musical comedy; Shakespeare to farce, tragedy to comedy. He has a good speaking voice and neutral accent.

While living in Perth, he appeared in numerous theatrical productions in lead roles from the age of 12 through school and for some years after completing University. He received many best acting awards. During this time, he also spent two years working professionally in performing in “Old Time Music Hall” style Theatre Restaurant in leading roles. He has a reasonable singing voice.

During 2009, Cedric made a return to acting and has been heavily involved in both stage and film-making.

During that Year, he has:
• Appeared in Channel Ten’s tele-movie “Hawke”, the feature films “The Dream Children”, and “Who’s that Boy”.
• Appeared on stage in three productions including “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead” in the role of Claudius, and “A Dog’s Life” in which he was nominated as best actor in a supporting role in a one-act festival.
• Completed filming of a TV Pilot where he was cast in a minor speaking role together with the voice over for that pilot.
• Completed a MTV music video playing a major role.
• Appeared in the TV dramas Satisfaction (series III) and City Homicide and in TV commercials.
• Completed a commercial photographic shoot.
• Completed filming over a dozen short films, the majority where he was cast in a major role.

During 2010, he has:
• Appeared on stage in a production of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream as part of the 2010 Melbourne International Comedy Festival in the role of Theseus.
• Appeared as Jacob Vella in STAG’s production of “The Last Days”.
• Appears as Mr Gardiner in Chanel 7’s “City Homicide”.
• Appears in the role of the Tipstaff in FremantleMedia’s production of the TV series “Killing Time” for Foxtel’s TV1.
• Appears as a Melbourne Cup horse owner in “The Cup”, directed by Simon Wincer.
• Completed several short films.
• Completed several advertising and training videos.
• Completed a commercial photographic shoot.

During 2011:
• Appeared as an obstetrician in a number of episodes of Southern Star’s production of Offspring.
• Appeared as Geoffrey in Malvern Theatre Company’s production of “Six Degrees of Separation”.
• Appeared in a concept music video directed and produced by Roman Meyer for Moby's new album Destroyed to the song "the Day" in an international competition run by Saatchi & Saatchi. The winner will be announced and their video screened at this year's New Directors' Showcase in Cannes.
• Appears in a Channel 31 production of “It’s not you … It’s Bree”.

Cedric lives with his wife Kay in Melbourne, Victoria.

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