Awards & Winners

Phillip Adams

Date of Birth 12-July-1939
Place of Birth Maryborough
(Australia, Queensland)
Nationality Australia
Also know as Phillip Andrew Hedley Adams
Profession Journalist, Film Producer, Actor, Farmer, Broadcaster
Phillip Andrew Hedley Adams, AO is an Australian farmer, broadcaster and public intellectual. He currently hosts an ABC radio program, Late Night Live, four nights a week, and writes a weekly column for The Australian. He has been a successful advertising executive and film producer, and has served on many boards including Greenpeace Australia, Ausflag, Care Australia, Film Victoria, National Museum of Australia, both the Adelaide and Brisbane festivals of ideas, the Montsalvat Arts Society and the Don Dunstan Foundation. Awards include four honorary doctorates from Australian universities; two Orders of Australia; Republican of the Year 2005; the Senior ANZAC Fellowship; the Australian Humanist of the Year, the Golden Lion at Cannes; the Longford Award; and the Henry Lawson Australian Arts Award. In 1997 the International Astronomical Union named a minor planet orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter after him. A National Trust poll elected him one of Australia's 100 national living treasures.

Awards by Phillip Adams

Check all the awards nominated and won by Phillip Adams.


Nominations 1977 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
AACTA Award for Best Film Don's Party


AACTA Award for Best Film
Honored for : Jack And Jill: A Postscript

Nominations 1969 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
AACTA Award for Best Film Jack And Jill: A Postscript