Harrison Gilbertson Biography
Harrison Gilbertson is an Australian actor who won the Young Actor Award at the Australian Film Institute Awards in 2010.
Harrison Gilbertson Age
He was born on 29 June 1993 in Adelaide, Australia. He is 25 years old as of 2018.
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He was born to Julie Sloan and Brian Gilbertson. He has a sister named Bridget Gilbertson. His ethnicity is White and he is of Australian nationality.
He began acting at an early age of 6 when he played the character of Sorrow in a local production of Madama Butterfly. He made his screen debut in 2002, playing the role of Greggy in Australian Rules. His big break came in 2009 when he landed the lead role of Billy Conway in Accidents Happen
Harrison Gilbertson Wife
He is not married and he is possibly single. There isn’t any information regarding his romantic affairs and his romantic life.he seems to be focused towards his career path than being in a relationship. Despite all that, he is straight as his sexual orientation is straight. He has managed to keep his personal secret and he chooses not to share it with people.
In 2015, it was revealed that he had been spotted with a charming girlfriend at a jewelry store by an Australian Sun-Times reporter. The reporter stated that the couple may be shopping for pricy jewelry for their engagement. This news was however not confirmed nor denied.
Harrison Gilbertson Movies And Tv Shows
In the Tall Grass
Hounds of Love
Need for Speed
Beneath Hill 60
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Harrison Gilbertson Net Worth
He has earned a great amount of wealth from his acting career; accumulating a net worth amount in millions of dollars. However, at the moment, his net worth is under review. We will keep you posted on his actual net worth upon completion or the review.
Harrison Gilbertson Upgrade
He stars as Eron Keen in Upgrade.
Harrison Gilbertson Fallen
He played his role as Cameron “Cam” Briel in Fallen.
Harrison Gilbertson Need For Speed
He stars as Pete Coleman; Anita’s younger brother and Tobey’s protégé and friend.
Harrison Gilbertson Look Away
He stars as Sean.
Harrison Gilbertson My Mistress
He stars as Charlie Boyd.
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Harrison Gilbertson Interview
Harrison: Yo, can you see me?
Rick: Hello Harrison. I can’t see you.. oh there you go. Alright.
Harrison: You chose the fan?
Rick: I stayed downstairs, yeah. And this is just a warning to everyone, I’m probably gonna get sweaty. I’m half nervous talking to my hero Harrison Gilbertson. But it’s also super hot in Queensland here.
Harrison: Yeah whereabouts are you in Queensland at the moment? Are you up in near Byron or…?
Rick: I’m up on the Sunshine Coast.
Harrison: Aw, beautiful.
Rick: Yeah, and it’s just a cooking… It’s one of those like humid humid hot sweltering days. It’s not even 9:00 a.m. right now so… And where are you?
Harrison: I’m in Adelaide at the moment at Mum and Dad’s place. I’ve been here the last four months. Just saving some money, and then yeah, off to London for a bit and then New York. It’s super exciting.
Rick: Awesome. I was just in New York with the kids.
Harrison: Oh yeah I saw on your Instagram. It looked like they had a great time.
Rick: Yeah. And there are some VisionQuesters out there, so I’ll have to put you in touch.
Harrison: Oh really? Yeah, oh did you do a conference out there? Is that right?
Rick: I did. I did an event, yeah.
Harrison: How did that go?
Rick: It was great. Yeah, they were like five VisionQuesters there, and then they invited their friends, and my sister was there, and it was awesome.
Rick: Yeah, so, okay, thanks so much for taking the time to do this and answer some questions. And I just wrote down a bunch of questions that I’m interested about your life, and your professional process, and where you’re at.
And the first thing I want you to do… Could you just kind of place us in the timeline of your career right now. Like you said that there are a couple things that you worked on that haven’t been released yet. A couple things in the pipeline. Like where are you at, say in the last couple years leading up to now and what are you looking forward to?
Harrison: That’s really nice. I don’t think I’ve thought about it that way.
But yeah I started super young as you know with acting. I was 6 years old. And then I didn’t get another job till I was 14, but I was playing water polo at the time and just being you know a school student and someone chasing a sport they loved.
And then I got my next role when I was 14, and sort of had to choose to go on that path, or stay on the other path. And obviously that was the more interesting path. And something I’ve always wanted to do.
So since I was 14 I’ve worked very steadily until I was about 23 or so. I took a bit of a break because I was feeling a little bit disenchanted I guess that break between having worked as a young man into becoming a mid-twenties man, I just felt a disassociation maybe, or I couldn’t really jam in that.
And then that came back with that break and I was reminded of how much I love it and how much it does feel like an integral part of my soul to perform that way.
And so then I got three rolls sort of back to back very quickly once the energy was back there, and the passion was back, and the strive.
So I did a film in Winnipeg, which has yet to come out, called “Look Away” which is a psychological thriller.