Tony Llewellyn-Jones graduated from NIDA in 1971. He was invited to join the Melbourne Theatre Company for two years and appeared in Tonight At 8.30, Macquarie, Mother Courage and her Children?, Much Ado About Nothing, The Cherry Orchard, How Does Your Garden Grow?, The Time Is Not Yet Ripe, Danton’s Death, Paying the Piper, An Ideal Husband, You Want It Don’t You Billy?
The Plough and the Stars, Forget-Me-Not-Lane, The Tavern, Sticks and Bones and Batman’s Beachhead.
He went on to appear for the Old Tote Theatre Company in The Matchmaker and The Norman Conquests, for Nimrod In The Tooth Of Crime, Jesters, The Bacchoi, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard Lll, The Seagull, Kookaburra, Rockola, How Does Your Garden Grow?, Well Hung, and The Speakers; for Marian Street in Gone To Bali! and All Things Considered; for Bell Shakespeare in Henry 4, Henry 5 and Much Ado About Nothing and for Belvoir in The Power Of Yes. For the Sydney Theatre Company he has appeared in The Crucible, Saint Joan, Life After George, Corporate Vibes, Amigos, Metamorphosis, The Tempest, King Lear, Two Brothers and Hay Fever. More recently for the Melbourne Theatre Company he has appeared in The Visit, Life X 3, Realism, and North By Northwest, the Australian tour of Yes, Prime Minister for Guild, Woods & Bryce Productions, and Hollywood Ending and The Floating World for Griffin. His television appearances include Rake, I Spry, The Prime Minister Is Missing, Underbelly, G.P., All Saints, Hell Has Harbour Views, Backberner, Grass Roots, 13 Gantry Row, Geese Mate For Life!, The Paper Boy, One Day Miller and Who Do You Think You Are? His film appearances include Illuminations, Inside Looking Out, Kostas, Picnic At Hanging Rock, Lonely Hearts, The Girl Who Met Simone de Beauvoir In Paris, Fatty Finn, Man Of Flowers, Cosi and Human Touch. His film producer credits include the Paul Cox features Man Of Flowers, My First Wife, Cactus, Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent van Gogh, Nijinsky and Salvation. He has served on the Boards of the Sydney Theatre Company, the Melbourne Film Festival, the Australian National Playwright’s Conference and the National Performers Committee of Actors Equity.