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Rob Sitch
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    (March 17, 1962- )
    Member of the D Generation
    Wrote, directed and starred in the TV series 'The Late Show' as various characters, 'Frontline' as Mike Moore and 'A River Somewhere' as himself
    Wrote the parody TV series 'Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures'
    Writes, produces and hosts the TV show 'The Panel'
    Wrote and directed the films 'The Castle (1997)' and 'The Dish (2000)'
    Appeared in the TV shows 'The D Generation,' 'The D Generation Goes Commercial,' 'The Olden Days,' 'Bargearse,' 'D Genocide' and 'The Mick Molloy Show'
    Appeared on the radio comedy program 'The D Generation Breakfast Show (1989-91)'
    He has a fan site called 'The I Love Rob Sitch Page,' complete with spelling errors and atrocious grammar.
    His films stick with the typical 'Aussie battler' storylines.
    When The D Generation broke up, he formed a production group (Working Dog) that only included two other D Gen members.
    Despite being involved with The D Generation's comedy writings for over 10 years, he mainly works in drama.
    His humor is the most matured out of The D Generation.
    Working Dog is one of the most successful production companies in Australia today.
    His 'All Aussie Adventures' program is a Steve Irwin parody.
    Both of his films received universal praise among critics.
    Both his films were the top box office earners in Australia for their respective years.
    He has had the most solo critical success out of the D Generation.
    His film 'The Dish' took second honors at Sundance in 2000.
    He is a qualified medical practitioner (graduate of the University of Melbourne).
    He was one of the founding members of the D Generation.
    He was one half of the famous 'Graham & The Colonel' characters (he was Graham).

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