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John Clarke

Comedian, Writer, Actor

John Clarke Funny As Compilation

2021, Subject - Television

Funny As: The Story of New Zealand Comedy

2019, Subject - Television

Meet the Mavericks

2017, Actor - Television

A Month of Sundays

2015, As: Phillip Lang - Film

The Ex-PM

2015 - 2017, As: Henry - Television

Sporting Nation

2012, Presenter, Writer, Co-Producer - Television

John Clarke interviewed by Ian Fraser (NZFGC Conference)

2012, Subject - Web

Radiradirah

2010, Actor - Television

Radiradirah - First Episode

2010, Special Guest Star - Television

bro'Town - A Vegetarian at My Table

2009, As: Fred Dagg - Television

One News - John Clarke at the Logie Awards

2008, Subject - Television

Sunday - John Clarke interview

2008, Subject - Television

The Fred Dagg All Purpose DVD and Music CD

2008, Presenter - Television

Arts All Blacks announcement - John Clarke

2006, As: All Black Selector, Subject - Television

bro'Town - I Still Call Australia Home...Oh

2006, As: Fred Dagg - Television

The Dagg Sea Scrolls

2006, Subject, Producer, As: Fred Dagg, various roles - Television

Who Laughs Last

2006, Subject - Television

SportsCafe - Grand Final

2005, Subject - Television

The Bledisloe ...Two Nations, One Cup

2005, Subject - Television

bro'Town

2004 - 2009, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Stiff

2004, Director, Writer, Producer

The Brush Off

2004, As: Ken Sproule, Producer, Writer - Television

Face to Face with Kim Hill - John Clarke

2004, Subject - Television

Crackerjack

2002, Script Editor, As: Bernie Fowler - Film

Blerta Revisited

2001, Various roles, Writer, As: Fred Dagg, Original Director - Film

The Games

1998 - 2000, Creator, Writer, Executive Producer, As: John - Television

We Don't Know How Lucky We Are

1998, Subject - Music video

The Problem with Men

1997, As: Various roles , Writer - Television

Kiwiana

1996, Subject - Television

Beyond a Joke!

1995, Subject - Television

Fraser - John Clarke interview

1994, Subject - Television

Clarke and Dawe

1991 - 1993, 2013 - 2016, Writer, As: Varous roles - Television

Holmes - John Clarke

1991 - 1993, Subject, As: Bob Hawke & Paul Keating - Television

The Grass is Greener - John Clarke

1991, Subject - Television

The Grass is Greener - Sam Neill

1991, Subject - Television

Blood Oath

1990, As: Sheedy - Film

Death in Brunswick

1990, As: Dave - Film

Magic Kiwis - Lynn & Fred

1990, Subject - Television

A Current Affair

1989, Writer, As: Various roles - Television

Eyewitness News - John Clarke interview

1989, Subject - Television

Magic Kiwis

1989 - 1991, Subject - Television

Never Say Die

1988, As: Car salesman - Film

The Making of Footrot Flats

1986, Subject - Television

The 7.30 Report

2000 - 2011, As: Various roles - Television

Man and Boy

1986, Director, Writer - Television

Footrot Flats

1986, As: Wal - Film

Then Again - John Clarke interview

1986, Subject - Television

The Fast Lane

1985 - 1986, Creator, Writer - Television

The Gillies Report

1984, As: Farnarkeling expert - Television

Lonely Hearts

1981, Writer, As: Alan - Television

Eyewitness - Dr Fred Dagg on Australian Politics

1980, Subject - Television

The Fred Dagg Lectures on Leisure

1978, As: Fred Dagg, Writer - Television

Telethon - Fred Dagg

1978, Subject, As: Fred Dagg - Television

A Bit of a Dagg (Fred Dagg Live)

1977, Writer, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Dagg Day Afternoon

1977, Co-Director, Writer, Music, As: Fred Dagg - Short Film

Wild Man

1977, As: Doctor Daggenheimer - Film

Grunt Machine - Andy Anderson spoof interview with John Clarke

1975, As: Hiram W. Violent - Television

Buck House - Series Two, Episode One

1975, As: Ken, Additional Writing - Television

Fred Dagg at Opening of Avalon TV Centre

1975, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Fred Dagg Skits

1975, Actor - Television

The Wonderful World of...

1975, Writer, As: Fred Dagg, David Sorenson, Dennis Racket, little boy & mother, various roles - Television

Tonight at Nine

1975 - 1976, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Tonight at Nine - Fred Dagg Skits

1975 - 1976, Writer, As: Fred Dagg, All Black, priest - Television

Buck House

1975, As: Ken - Television

Percy the Policeman - Series

1974, As: Mr Grump (episode two) - Television

Country Calendar - Fred Dagg

1974, Writer, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Country Calendar - NOT THE Fred Dagg Special

1974, Director, Writer, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Nationwide

1974 - 1975, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Nationwide Skits - Fred Dagg and Company

1974, Writer, As: Fred Dagg, David Frost, various public servants - Television

Gallery - Fred Dagg and company

1973, As: Fred Dagg - Television

Gallery

1973, As: Fred Dagg - Television