The Hon. Michael Fitzhubert played by Harrison Gilbertson
The handsome nephew of Colonel and Mrs Fitzhubert, Mike has recently arrived to stay with his uncle and aunt at their summer house at Mt Macedon. It’s expected he’ll make a good marriage, but has a better rapport with his uncle’s uncouth, tattooed young coachman Albert than he does with any of the refined young ladies paraded before him… that is before he is utterly transfixed by the sight of Miranda, on her way up the Rock on the day of the picnic. He is the last person to have seen the girls alive. Why does he not tell police the whole truth? Why is he determined to return to the Rock after they go missing? And indeed why was Mike dispatched to Australia? Is there a scandal in his past that will answer these questions?
Meet Michael Fitzhubert
More about Harrison Gilbertson
Harrison recently wrapped on the Universal / Blumhouse thriller Stem opposite Logan Marshall-Green and has just finished production on the Fremantle Australia mini-series Picnic at Hanging Rock opposite Natalie Dormer. Last year Harrison also wrapped the independent feature Behind the Glass opposite Jason Isaacs and India Eisley, and was last seen playing a supporting role in Hounds of Love which premiered at the 2016 Venice Film Festival. Harrison recently starred opposite Jeremy Irvine and Addison Timlin in the feature adaptation of the best-selling YA franchise Fallen for director Scott Hicks, as well as the DreamWorks feature Need for Speed opposite Aaron Paul and Dominic Cooper.
His other star credits include the Australian thriller My Mistress for Film Movement; the short film “On Your Knees” in The Turning – a series of Tim Winton’s short stories directed and starring some of Australia’s name talent including Cate Blanchett, Mia Wasikowska, Miranda Otto and Hugo Weaving; Haunt starring Jacki Weaver and directed by Marc Carter; Virginia opposite Jennifer Connolly and Ed Harris for director Dustin Lance Black and executive producer Gus Van Sant which premiered at the 2010 Toronto Int’l Film Festival; Accidents Happen opposite Geena Davis which premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival; Blessed alongside Deborra Lee Furness, Francis O’Connor and Miranda Otto at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival entry; and he won the “Best Young Actor Award” at the 2010 AFI Awards (Australia’s equivalent of the Oscar) for his performance in Paramount Australia’s war drama Beneath Hill 60.