May 6th, 2013
Clubland is an Australian film that was released in 2007. The movie is about a young, awkward man named Tim whose overzealous mother stands in the way of his love-life. You may be able to see airings on cable tv. Here is a look at the film’s collective cast:
Khan Chittenden plays the film’s leading character, Tim. Born in New Zealand, Chittenden has been appearing in commercials, doing voice-over work and acting in films since he graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. His first big acting break was in Blue Water High, an Australian television program. Since filming Clubland, he has gone on to star in other films, including the American comedy Endless Bummer.
Actress and model Emma Booth plays Jill, Tim’s love interest in the film. The role earned her a “Best Supporting Actress” award from the Australian Film Institute. As a teenager, Booth worked as a model all over the world before moving on to acting. She will play Madeline Usher in the upcoming 2013 television series Gothica that is set to air on ABC.
The legendary British actress Brenda Blethyn plays Jean, Tim’s comedienne mother, in the film. Blethyn began acting when she was 30 years old. After divorcing her first husband, she decided to try her hand at theater and made the switch to screen four years later when she starred in a televised play for the BBC’sPlayhouse. Since the beginning of her career, Blethyn has been nominated for and won numerous awards for various roles in theater, television and film. She is currently married to Michael Mayhew, an art director, and is the chairwoman of the Kent Film and Television Board in England.
Tim’s mentally disabled younger brother, Mark, is played by English-born actor Richard Wilson. Wilson has been nominated for several acting awards, including “Best Supporting Actor” by the Australian Film Institute for his role in Clubland. He has appeared in multiple films over the last decade and currently resides in Sydney, Australia.
Other members of the cast include Philip Quast, Frankie J. Holden, Katie Wall, Russell Dykstra and Rebecca Gibney.