Australian musicians born in 1962

Here are 19 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1962:

Richard Roxburgh

Richard Roxburgh (January 23, 1962 Albury-) a.k.a. Rox is an Australian actor, television producer, screenwriter and voice actor. He has two children, Raphael Roxburgh and Miro Roxburgh.

Roxburgh is best known for his work in Australian cinema, including his performance as the Duke in Baz Luhrmann's "Moulin Rouge!". He has also appeared in several Hollywood films such as "Mission: Impossible II" and "Van Helsing". In addition to acting on screen, Roxburgh has worked extensively in theater and has been praised for his performances on the stage. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the titular character in the National Theatre's production of "Uncle Vanya". Roxburgh has won several awards throughout his career, including a BAFTA for his performance in the television series "Rake". He has also been appointed as an Officer of the Order of Australia for his contributions to the arts. Outside of his work in the entertainment industry, Roxburgh is an advocate for causes such as climate change and environmental protection.

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Tottie Goldsmith

Tottie Goldsmith (August 27, 1962 Australia-) otherwise known as Caroline Goldsmith is an Australian singer and actor.

She is best known as the lead vocalist of the 80s pop band "Chantoozies" and for her recurring role as Cassandra Freedman in the popular Australian soap opera "The Sullivans". In addition to her music and acting career, Tottie is also a radio and television presenter, having hosted various shows on popular Australian networks including Channel 7 and Triple M. Tottie is also a seasoned performer on stage, having appeared in various theatre productions in Australia and overseas.

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John Field

John Field (May 15, 1962 Darlinghurst-) otherwise known as John William Michael Field is an Australian composer and songwriter.

He is best known for his work as the writer and composer of the iconic theme song for the Australian television show, "Round The Twist". Born in Darlinghurst, Field grew up in a musical family and began playing the piano at a young age. He went on to study music at the University of Sydney before working as a composer for film and television. In addition to his work on "Round The Twist", Field has also composed music for other popular Australian shows such as "The Adventures of Lano and Woodley" and "Shock Jock". He has won multiple awards for his work in the entertainment industry, including an ARIA Award for Best Original Soundtrack/Cast/Show Album in 1992.

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David McComb

David McComb (February 17, 1962 Perth-February 2, 1999 Melbourne) otherwise known as McComb, David was an Australian singer.

His discography includes: The Message and Love of Will. Genres: Rock music.

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Glenn Bidmead

Glenn Bidmead (February 3, 1962 Sydney-) is an Australian singer.

Genres: Pop rock, Alternative rock, Pop music, Rock music, Country rock and Arena rock.

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Paul McDermott

Paul McDermott (May 13, 1962 Adelaide-) also known as McDermott, Paul is an Australian actor, screenwriter, comedian and writer. He has one child, Xavier McDermott.

His albums: The Good News Week Tapes, Volume 1: Paul McDermott Unplugged, Shut Up/Kiss Me (feat. Fiona Horne), Bootleg: Love at Edinburgh and Blue.

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Baz Luhrmann

Baz Luhrmann (September 17, 1962 Sydney-) a.k.a. Baz Luhrman, Mark Anthony Luhrmann, Luhrmann, Baz, BLAM, Mark Anthony "Baz" Luhrmann or Baz is an Australian screenwriter, film producer, film director and actor. His children are called Lillian Amanda Luhrmann and William Alexander Luhrmann.

His most well known albums: Something for Everybody and Everybody’s Free (to Wear SUNSCREEN): THE SUNSCREEN SONG (Class of ’99).

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Johnny Klimek

Johnny Klimek (August 18, 1962 Melbourne-) also known as Klimek or Johny Klimek is an Australian film score composer, songwriter, record producer and musician.

His most important albums: One Hour Photo, Lola rennt, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, The Cave, Land of the Dead, The International, Cloud Atlas: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and The Cloud Atlas Sextet.

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Caroline O'Connor

Caroline O'Connor (September 2, 1962 Oldham-) also known as Caroline Ann O'Connor, Caroline O'connor, Caroline O'Connor and Chorus or O'Connor, Caroline is an Australian singer, dancer and actor.

Her albums include What I Did for Love.

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James Morrison

James Morrison (November 11, 1962 Boorowa-) a.k.a. James Morrision or Morrison, James is an Australian composer, trombonist, trumpeter, teacher, multi-instrumentalist, screenwriter and actor.

His albums: Live at the Sydney Opera House, On the Edge, Postcards From Downunder, Snappy Doo, This Is Christmas, Manner Dangerous, European Sessions, Three Minds, Gospel Collection, Volume 1 and So Far So Good. Genres he performed include Jazz, Jazz fusion and Bebop.

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Andrew Garton

Andrew Garton (May 19, 1962 Guildford-) is an Australian musician, record producer, songwriter, composer and film director.

Genres he performed: Folk music, Ambient music, Instrumental and Psychedelic music.

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Richard Ploog

Richard Ploog (October 29, 1962-) otherwise known as Richard ploog, Ploog, Richard or Richard John Ploog is an Australian , .

Genres he performed include Rock music.

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Jayney Klimek

Jayney Klimek (August 18, 1962 Melbourne-) a.k.a. Klimek, Jayney is an Australian singer and songwriter.

She is best known for her work in the electronic dance music genre, particularly as a vocalist for trance and ambient music. Klimek began her music career as a backing vocalist for various Australian bands before moving to London in the late 1980s. There she collaborated with electronic music producers such as BT and Jan Johnston. She has released several solo albums and has contributed vocals to many popular trance tracks, including the hit single "Area" by British DJ Tilt. In addition to her music career, Klimek has worked as a vocal coach and judge on reality singing competitions in the UK and Australia.

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Mick Gerace

Mick Gerace (October 19, 1962 Australia-) is an Australian , .

Genres: Rock music, Pop music and Blues.

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Flea (October 16, 1962 Melbourne-) also known as Flea, Richard 'Flea' Balzari, Mike B. The Flea, Mike B the Flea, The Flea, Michael "Flea Balzary", The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Red Hot Chilli Peppers or Red Hot Chili Peppers is an Australian singer, bassist, actor, musician and composer. His children are called Sunny Bebop Balzary and Clara Balzary.

His discography includes: Helen Burns. Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Punk rock, Funk rock, Funk, Fusion, Experimental rock, Hardcore punk, Jazz-funk, Psychedelic rock, Jazz, Classical music, Bebop and Electronica.

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Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil (September 15, 1962 Tawonga-) also known as Scott McNiel, Scott McNeill, Scott Mcneil, Scott MacNeil, Scott Mc Neil or Old Lady McNeil is an Australian actor and voice actor.

He has worked on a wide range of productions in both North America and Japan. McNeil is particularly well known for his work in anime and video games, having provided the voice for characters such as Duo Maxwell in Gundam Wing, Koga in Inuyasha, and Piccolo and Jeice in Dragon Ball Z. He has also lent his voice to numerous Western animated series, including Beast Wars: Transformers, ReBoot, and X-Men: Evolution. Additionally, McNeil has appeared in numerous live-action productions, including Stargate SG-1 and Highlander: The Series. In his home country of Australia, he has worked on a variety of television shows and films. McNeil has won several awards for his voice acting work, including the 2002 Leo Award for Best Voice Performance in an Animated Program or Series for his role in Dragon Booster.

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Jo Kennedy

Jo Kennedy (August 5, 1962 Melbourne-) is an Australian film director, actor and screenwriter.

Her albums: Body and Soul / Rocking Institution.

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Jon Stevens

Jon Stevens (October 8, 1962 New Zealand-) also known as Stevens, Jon is an Australian singer.

His albums include Circle, Are U Satisfied?, Jezebel, Ain't No Life for the Faint Hearted, Testify!, The Works and Changing Times.

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Gareth Koch

Gareth Koch (April 6, 1962 Milan-) is an Australian guitarist and music artist.

His albums: Carmina Burana (Carl Orff), España, The Fragrence of Paradice and Van Diemen's Land.

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