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Stephen Curry

Known for
as Jacob Kitto

in Pine Gap
as Mr. Black

in Mr. Black
as John Pinder

in Hiding
as Jim Coghlan

in Fat Tony & Co
TV Series Starring Stephen Curry
Mr. Black
Ten,

2019

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

48-year-old Mr. Black is a retired, old-school sports journalist, whose mortality is staring him in the face. Mr. Black has a disease that is eroding his bones. He walks with a stick and rides an electric scooter. He has lived a full life, but has no intention of going gently into the night - especially when there's so much to be angry about. And now because of his failing health, he is forced to move in with his daughter Angela and her sensitive boyfriend Fin, to receive extra care.


Pine Gap
ABC (AU),

2018

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

Aussie and American employees juggle on-the-job tensions and personal relationships at a joint intelligence facility in remote Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia.


Hiding
ABC (AU),

2015

| Drama, Crime
Rating: 4/5

The show tells the story of a Queenland family who find themselves placed into witness protection in Sydney.


Fat Tony & Co
Nine,

2014

| Drama, Crime

This series uncovers the true story of one of Australia's most notorious criminals, Tony Mokbel.


30 Seconds
Foxtel,

2009

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

This Australian comedy series produced exclusively for The Comedy Channel looks at "the moral dilemmas people face, heightened by the excesses of the advertising industry and the three maintain no character in the show is based on any single person they know, but drawn from many of their real-life experiences".