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"To be directed by Lucas meant working with a creator of pop mythology, the man who directed possibly the most influential film ever made and lodged the notion of the Force in the collective psyche. I had twelve lines in two scenes with two days to prepare. All I knew about Star Wars: Episode II and the character was contained in the pages of script I still clutched after the screen test. Confidentiality clauses would prevent me talking of plot points (I didn't know any), the character's relationship to the story (no idea), even the character's name."
―Graeme Blundell[src]

Graeme Blundell (born August 7, 1945[1]) played Ruwee Naberrie in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, although his scenes from Episode II did not make the final cut of the film. Blundell also stood in for Oliver Ford Davies (Sio Bibble) vocally in the scene with Queen Jamillia. Davies could not be there because he was in Tokyo, Japan, for a play.[2]

Filmography[]

Year Title Role Other notes
2011-2012 Laid Graham McVie TV series
2011 Underbelly Jack Lang TV series
2011 City Homicide Graham Proctor TV series
2011 The Jesters Himself TV series
2009 East West 101 Shock Jock TV series
2009 In Her Skin Ivan a.k.a. I Am You
2008 The Hollowmen Geoff TV series
2007 Chandon Pictures John TV series
2005 Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith Ruwee Naberrie
2004 Through My Eyes Rex Kuchel TV movie
2003 Marking Time Ralph Dare TV movie
2003 Ocean Star Clive 'Swampy' Marsh TV series
2002 The Secret Life of Us Alex's Dad TV series
2002 Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones Ruwee Naberrie Deleted scenes
2001 Pizza Judge TV series
2001 All Saints Peter Hurst TV series
2000 Looking for Alibrandi Ron Bishop
2000 The Love of Lionel's Life Stan TV movie
1998 Murder call Morgan Mason TV series
1996-1998 Medivac Doctor Harry TV series - Also Director
1996 Idiot Box Detective Eric
1996 Fire Senior Station Officer Druce TV series
1996 Naked: Stories of Men Hughe TV series
1995 Police Rescue Coleman TV series
1994 Gino Larry Stone
1993 Joh's Jury Nicholas Cowdery TV movie
1992 G.P. Dr. Peter Swift TV series
1992 The Distant Home Dr. Chambers
1988 Richmond Hill Mick Fryer TV series
1987 The Year My Voice Broke Nils Olson
1987 Those Dear Departed Dr. Howie
1987 Australian Dream Geoffrey Stubbs
1984 Melvin, Son of Alvin Alvin Purple
1984 Brass Monkeys Noddy TV series
1984 Kingswood Country Unknown role TV series
1983/1984 A Country Practice Hilton Mercer & Antony York TV series
1983 Midnite Spares Sidebottom
1982 The Best of Friends Tom
1981 Doctors & Nurses Mr. X
1981 Pacific Banana Martin
1980 Spring & Fall Unknown role TV series
1980 Young Ramsay Bob O'Hara TV series
1980 Going Home Jim TV movie
1980 Water Under the Bridge Ralph TV series
1979 The Odd Angry Shot Dawson
1979 Kostas John
1978 Weekend of Shadows Bernie
1976 Don's Party Simon
1976 Alvin Purple Alvin Purple TV series - Also Writer
1976 Mad Dog Morgan Italian Jack
1976 Power Without Glory Snoopy Tanner TV series
1976 The Sentimental Bloke The Bloke TV movie
1974 Alvin Rides Again Alvin Purple & Balls McGee
1974 Marion Unknown role TV series
1974 The Box Don Cook TV series
1974 Matlock Police Jim Andrews TV series
1974 Three Old Friends Ron Short movie
1973 Alvin Purple Alvin Purple a.k.a. The Sex Therapist
1973 Ryan Flip Mitchell & Slade TV series
1971 Stork Westy
1970 Brake Fluid Unknown role
1969/1972 Division 4 Several roles TV series
1969 Two Thousand Weeks Journalist
1968 The Girl-Friends Unknown role
1965 Watt's Last Voyage Unknown role
1964/1974 Homicide Several roles TV series

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