Hunter Page-LochardPresenter

Hunter Page-Lochard recently completed production on CRITICAL INCIDENT for Stan and the third series of THE NEWSREADER, where he reprised his role from the second season of the award-winning series for the ABC.  His performance in the series earned him the 2024 AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama.  He will next be seen in the feature film LUNACY directed by Daniel Askill and KID SNOW directed by Paul Goldman.  His other recent credits include the ABC drama series BARONS and the ABC/NBCUniversal critically acclaimed series FIRES.

Hunter starred as “Cleverman” in the ABC’s ground breaking series CLEVERMAN, which premiered at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival, aired on SUNDANCE TV in the US, for which he was nominated for the Graham Kennedy Most Outstanding Newcomer Logie Award.

Hunter made his feature film debut in Rachel Perkins’ award winning film, BRAN NUE DAE.  His other feature film credits include STREAMLINE, SPEAR, which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, THE SAPPHIRES, which screened in Official Selection at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and AROUND THE BLOCK which screened at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

His other television credits include hosting Playschool on the ABC, Stan’s series EDEN, ABC / ABC Studios International series HARROW, LES NORTON and SOUL MATES for the ABC, Foxtel’s critically acclaimed series WENTWORTH, TIDELANDS for Netflix, Nine Network’s WATER RATS, SBS’ EAST WEST 101, and NiTV’s series SHADOW TRACKERS.

Hunter has appeared on stage in ELEKTRA ORESTES for Belvoir; SUGARLAND for ATYP; Stephen Page’s BLAK, KIN (GOMA Tour), BOOMERANG and SKIN for the Bangarra Dance Theatre; BLOODLAND for the Sydney Theatre Company and Adelaide Festival; BLACK DIGGERS for the Queensland Theatre Company and Sydney Festival; and BROTHERS WRECK for Company B, which earned him the ‘Most Outstanding Newcomer’ at the 2015 Glugs Awards and saw him nominated for Best Male Actor in a Play at the 2015 Helpmann Awards.  He also won “Best Newcomer” at the 2014 Sydney Theatre Awards for BROTHERS WRECK, BLACK DIGGERS and SUGARLAND.

His short films include Adrian Wills’ ARCADIA and Wayne Blair’s BLACK TALK and THE DJARN DJARNS, which won the Crystal Bear for Best Short Film at the 2005 Berlin International Film Festival.

Hunter wrote, directed and starred in the short film DJALI which premiered at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival.  He directed the ABC’s family show THALU, has written and directed for PLAYSCHOOL, as well as BEEP & MORT and THE WONDER GANG and is in development on several television and feature film projects as writer and director.



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