ADAM WILLSON as Mick Coneley
Adam Willson portrays the cowardly and sly Mick Coneley, the friend of Hall's who betrayed him to the police in May 1865.
Adam Willson is a graduate of Adelaide's Centre of Performing Arts. He worked in various professional theatre companies residing in the City of Churches and has since made the move to Melbourne. His film and TV credits include numerous guest appearances on Mcleod's Daughters, Wire Through The Heart and Gruen Transfer.
Adam has worked with director Matthew Holmes on four film projects; firstly in the indie cult feature The Biscuit Effect (2005) and its spin-off web series, Crooked, (2010), Twin Rivers (2007) and The Artifice (2014).
Adam is also the writer of the stage show Centrelink the Musical which has enjoyed sell out seasons throughout Victoria and South Australia including two Adelaide Fringe Festivals and the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
"Deeeeeelighted to take on the challenge of Mick 'Goobang' Coneley. A man remote in his environment and thoughts..... Plus, it's a good excuse to grow your hair long with a mighty thick beard... and then waltz around Brunswick like you're the guy who put the 'hip' into hipster!"