Albert Crundall played by James Hoare
Tanned & tattooed coachman in the employ of the Fitzhuberts. Loyal, straight-talking – an honourable & hard-working man. “Dragged up” in an orphanage along with his younger sister Sara, who he hasn’t seen in years (& has no idea is so close by at Appleyard College). Since then he’s spent time with sailors, in lock-ups, drifted here & there. The Fitzhuberts treat him well. He’s working with horses. He can’t complain. Albert is comfortable in his skin, content with his lot in life.
More about James Hoare
James Hoare, a graduate of NIDA, will next appear as Albert Crundall in the anticipated re-image of Australian classic Picnic at Hanging Rock for Foxtel and Amazon. Previous television credits include AMC pilot Galyntine and the Australian telemovie Paper’s War.
Feature credits include independent films The Lears (US) alongside Bruce Dern and Sean Astin and currently in post production, is We’re not here to F*** Spiders. James’ short film Picture Wheel, which he co-produced, premiered at the San Diego Film Festival in October 2017.