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Owens, Warren

Warren "Wozza" Owens

Born around 1949. Warren Owens is from Nightcliff in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.

Owens got his training from LaTrobe University (Documentary Film Making) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, he graduated in 1985.

Owens died in 2009.

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith~2005 - Senator Fang Zar
Acri~1996 - Tao
My Story: Warren Owens~1994 - himself
Ground Zero~1987 -
Slate, Wyn & Me~1987 - Tommy
Dusty~1983 - Lionel

Barbara Wood: Traumzeit (Dream Time)~2001  - Ezekiel
Moby Dick~1998  (mini) - Cook
Blue Heelers~1994 -
Ocean Girl~1994 -
Burned Bridge (Heartland)~1994 - Hostel Operator, Les in Episode 10
Feds: Abduction, The~1993 - Store Owner
Ratbag Hero - King of the Tribe~1991 - 1993
Law of the Country~1993 - Bryant
The Flying Doctors~1986-1989 - Dougie Kennedy in:
     Doctor's Dreaming
     All That Glitters...
     Next to Go
     The Storyteller
     Don't Tell Anybody
     The Forbidden
     Jacks High
     A Distant Echo
     A Friend of a Friend
Outback Bound~1988 - Roger
Mission: Impossible~1988 - Mulwarra in The Cattle King
Gerry Connelly Show, The~1988 -
D Generation Goes Commercial, The~1988 - The Auditionee in The D Generation Goes Commercial

Not Just Bricks and Mortar~ - (Aboriginal Housing Board of Victoria, Victoria, Australia)
No Sugar~1994 - performer (Ballina Street Bridge, Lismore, NSW, Australia)
Oogadee Boogadees~1997 - performer (Clowning Theatre Group, Melbourne Workers Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Somewhere Into the Darkness~1997 - Grandfather (Aboriginal Playwrights Support Program, Playbox Malthouse,  Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar~1996 - (Melbourne Theatre/Playhouse; Melbourne and Canberra, Victoria and New South Wales Australia)
My Father's Father~1995 - (Melbourne Theatre/Fairfax Studio, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Up the Ladder~1995 - (Melbourne Workers Theatre/Napier Street Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

Reviewer/Writer (Sydney Morning Herald) 
     Sydney Morning Herald~1973 - Book: Lola Montes

Awards, Honors, and Nominations
Uncle Bob Maza Memorial Award:
Rec'd 2005 Recognising Outstanding Contribution to Victorian Indigenous Theatre in recognition of his lifetime of work.  From
"...Warren received the Bob Maza Award in recognition of a lifetime's work. A contemporary of Bob Maza, Wozza worked in film, television, and stage in productions as diverse as The Flying Doctors, Blue Heelers, Ocean Girl, Heartland, and D Generation Goes Commercial, Star Wars Episode III, and Ground Zero, Not Just Bricks and Mortar for the Aboriginal House Board of Victoria, No Sugar, Up the Ladder (Melbourne Workers' Theatre) and Julius Caesar (MTC). A whacker at any time, besides his immense body of work, and his role as Ilbijerri pin up boy on the poster ofr the 3rd & 4th Victorian Indigenous Playwright's Conference, Woz was also nominated for his generosity to young and emerging talent and his work with Indigenous prisoners at Barwon Prison in 2001. An incredible role model and Elder statesman of Victorian Indigenous Theatre (our very own Yoda!), Ilbijerri is proud to honour Uncle Wozza."

1999 - Storyteller at the National Youth Reconciliation Convention

Was active in writing and acting for The National Playwright Conference

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