Paul Cronin is one of Australia's best known faces of television. He is the winner of five Silver Logies for Most Popular Lead Actor. He is best remembered around the world for his character as Dave Sullivan in Australia's most successful and celebrated television drama series The Sullivans. The Sullivans is still attracting international audiences.
Paul was also Constable Gary Hogan in the long running police dramas Matlock and Solo One. He also portrayed two memorable leading roles in the acclaimed tele-movies Mathew & Son and A Place to Call Home.
In 1986, Paul was the first person to be granted a licence by the Australian Football League (AFL) to establish a non Victorian AFL team when he lead a consortium to establish the Brisbane Bears. As chairman, Paul was instrumental in sourcing and establishing the Bear's first home ground and facilities, contracting players and appointing staff and coaching staff. Despite being given all the misfits and cast-offs, the Bears have since evolved into the triple AFL Premiers - the Brisbane Lions - acknowledged as the best AFL team of the modern era.
Paul Cronin travels from Victoria Australia
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