Join us for a live Facebook Q&A with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets director Luc Besson Thursday, Nov. He is widely known for his role in the hugely successful theatre production of The Wogboys, which toured nationally in the mid 1990s and was later adapted to a feature film in 2000.Colosimo's theatre work has also included productions of A Streetcar Named Desire, The Club, Twelfth Night and Othello for the Melbourne Theatre Company, and Romeo And Juliet.His television work has included a sustaining role in All The Way and, A Country Practice and guest roles in Good Guys Bad Guys, Halifax, Stingers, Something In The Air and most recently, probably the biggest show he's ever been in, The Secret Life of Us as Rex Mariano.Baby's day out: Vince Colosimo has stepped out with his newborn baby.
It wasn’t until a few years later that massive gangland funerals became the order of the day, but Colosimo WAS buried in style, and, well, can we expect that would-be grave robbers would have really looked up all the details?
I can’t imagine how they thought they’d get the coffin out of the tomb, let alone carry it back to their car or drive away with it, but, hey, it’s none of my business. The death certificate confirms his age and place of interment, so this is kind of a mystery. Did whoever carved it just screw up and figure no one would ever see it, so it didn’t really matter?
He is widely known for his role in the hugely successful theatre production of The Wogboys, which toured nationally in the mid 1990s and was later adapted to a feature film in 2000. Make sure to follow IMDb on Facebook and send your questions here.
Colosimo's theatre work has also included productions of A Streetcar Named ...
Here’s how the tomb looks today (not pictured are the mournfully-cawing crows who circulated about while I took the pictures). Vince Colosimo has worked a lot in theatre, television and film since the early 1980s.