Birth Name: Phillip Noyce
Birth Place: Griffith, New South Wales, AU
Born on April 29, 1950 and raised in Griffith, New South Wales, Australia, Noyce began his journey as a filmmaker at 17 years old, when he made his first short film, "Better to Reign in Hell" (1967). After attending Barker College in Sydney, he was one of 12 students to make up the first-ever class at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, where he learned his craft alongside later successful Australian filmmakers Gillian Armstrong and Chris Noonan. While at the school, he made the 50-minute short documentary film, "Castor and Pollux" (1973). A couple of years later, Noyce had his first professional credit when he was the assistant director on "The Golden Cage" (1975) before direc...
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