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[on the Terminator Franchise] Well, I reacquainted myself with the movies, obviously, before we started, but I would have been actually 15 or something when Terminator 2 came out. I've tried to reclaim a lost love and didn't know how to do it.
He was offered the starring role in Cate Shortland's acclaimed Australian drama Somersault - Wie Parfum in der Luft (2004), opposite Abbie Cornish.
The film made a clean sweep of the Australian Film Institute awards in 2004, winning in 13 film categories - the first time this has ever occurred in the award's history.
So you remember the liquid man, of course, and that was revolutionary for this time, going through the helicopter and all that.
But I think what they do is they showcase how good a storyteller Jim is.
He then went on to work in Australian television on such shows as Water Rats - Die Hafencops (1996) and "Backburner" and then on the American TV show J. Worthington made his film debut in the highly acclaimed Australian movie Bootmen (2000), a film about a troop of "tap dogs".