Bernard Pearson was born on June 24, 1965 in Melbourne, Australia. He is a renowned Australian actor who has been part of the entertainment industry for over 30 years.
Pearson began his career in the 1990s when he was cast in several Australian TV series. He appeared in the drama series 'Paradise Beach' and the crime drama 'Blue Heelers'. He also had a recurring role in the popular soap opera 'Neighbours'.
In 2000, Pearson made his feature film debut in the Australian drama 'The Dish'. He then went on to appear in several other films such as 'The Tracker', 'The Hard Word', 'The Proposition', and 'The King's Speech'.
In addition to his film work, Pearson has also appeared in a number of theatre productions. He has been part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's productions of 'King Lear' and 'Othello', and he has also performed in several productions at the National Theatre in London.
Aside from acting, Pearson is also an accomplished writer. He has published several books, including a memoir titled 'My Life: An Unconventional Life'. He has also written a number of plays which have been staged in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Bernard Pearson is an extremely talented and versatile actor and writer. He has been part of the entertainment industry for over three decades and has made a name for himself with his exceptional work. His performances on both the big and small screens have been critically acclaimed, and he continues to be a respected figure in the entertainment industry.