Michael Caton (born 1943) is an Australian actor best known for playing Uncle Harry in the Australian television series, The Sullivans, and also Darryl Kerrigan from 1997's low budget hit film The Castle. He is married to Helen Esakoff.
Born in Monto, Queensland, Caton appeared in the 1971 Melbourne production of the rock musical Hair. He also appeared in the risqué 1990s soap opera Chances, the American comedy The Animal, the series Five Mile Creek and the third series of the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars. He also played co-lead to Paul Hogan in the 2004 film Strange Bedfellows.
Caton also hosts two lifestyle programs for the Seven Network: Hot Property and Hot Auctions.
He has also appeared on stage at the Twelfth Night Theatre. In 2007-08, Caton appeared in Priscilla Queen of the Desert - the Musical as Bob.
Currently Michael is the face of RP Data's consumer property reports section MyRP.
^ People: Michael Caton, Dimensions (ABC TV), 29 August 2002.
Michael Caton at the Internet Movie Database
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