Australian actor Nick Tate and Elaine Stevens

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Title

Australian actor Nick Tate and Elaine Stevens

Subject

Cork Film Festival, Nick Tate, Elaine Stephens, Everyman Theatre, Australia

Description

This is a black and white undated photo of the Australian actor Nick Tate on the stage with the Cork theatre actor Elaine Stephens. They are both laughing as Stevens looks down at her notes.

Born in 1942, Tate is best known for his role as a pilot in the British-Italian 1970s science fiction television series Space: 1999 (1975-1977) with Martin Landau. Tate also had parts in many Australian and American television shows including The X-Files, Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, Star Trek: The Next Generation (1990) and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1998). His filmography includes parts in Licensed to Love and Kill (Lindsay Shonteff, 1979), Cry Freedom (Richard Attenborough, 1987) and the Japanese heist film Lupin III (Ryuhei Kitamura, 2014). In 2000 Tate provided the voice of a character, Ozzie Mandrill, from the adventure game Escape from Monkey Island (LucasArts).

Elaine Stevens is a Cork theatre stalwart who celebrated her 100th birthday in April 2020. Born in Wales she moved to Cork with her husband Alan who worked on the oil refinery in Whitegate. Stevens performed with the Everyman in the Little Theatre in Castle Street, at Father Matthew Hall and at the Palace. In 1967 Stevens won the All Ireland Best Actor Award for her performance in the Sidney Howard-Emlyn Williams play The Late Christopher Bean. She was a member of the board of the Everyman into her late eighties and her contribution to Cork theatre was immense.

Creator

University College Cork, Cork Film, Donal Sheehan ,

Source

Cork Film Festival Collection

Publisher

University College Cork

Contributor

Donal Sheehan

Rights

┬ęDonal Sheehan. All rights reserved. Please credit Cork International Film Festival & provide a link back to this site.

Format

Photo
TIFF
JPEG

Language

English, eng

Coverage

Cork, Ireland

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photo

Physical Dimensions

251 x 203mm

Collection

Citation

University College Cork, Cork Film, Donal Sheehan , , “Australian actor Nick Tate and Elaine Stevens,” Cork International Film Festival Archive, accessed July 3, 2022, https://corkfilmfest.ucc.ie/items/show/403.