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Harry Michaels

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Harry Michaels
Harry Michaels.jpg
A portrait of Harry Michaels
  • Entrepreneur
  • actor
  • director
  • producer
  • soccer player
Known forNumber 96
AwardsOrder of Australia

Harry Michaels, (OAM), is an Australian entrepreneur, active in both the soccer and television industries as an actor, director and producer, he is of Greek Cypriot descent.


He was recognized in 2004 with an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to "multicultural media" and "Soccer".[1]

Television career

Michaels pioneered English-language ethnic television, as the host of Greek Affair[2] and The Greek Variety Show which were broadcast on Network 10 in the 1980s.[3]

He is a former actor, who shot to fame in the late 1970s for his role as Italian deli assistant Giovanni Lenzi in the iconic Australian TV series Number 96. Michaels was cast as Giovanni having appeared previously in the series in a brief guest role.[4]

Acting and hosting credits

Producer credits

Director credits

  • 2006 – Australia v Greece,
  • 2005 – Australia v Iraq, Australia v Solomon Islands, Australia v Indonesia,
  • 2002 – UEFA Cup in Greece: Aek v Inter Milan,
  • 1998 – Australia v Iran (Logie Award winning), Australia v Uruguay 2006 World Cup Qualifier
  • 1993 – World Youth Championships (directed & produced)
  • 1986–1996 – Australian National Soccer League
  • 2010–2011 – Sky News "The Nation" and "Australian Agenda"


  1. ^ N/A, N/A. "The Age – Order of Australia Medal list – General Division". The Age. Retrieved 20 February 2015.
  2. ^ GR, N/A (3 March 2012). "Pioneers of program variety". The Newcastle Herald. Retrieved 20 February 2015.
  3. ^ Colvin, Mark (12 June 2013). "Greek public broadcaster taken off the air". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 28 July 2014.
  4. ^ Giles, Nigel "NUMBER 96: Australia TV's Most Notorious Address", published by Melbourne Books 2017 ISBN 978-1-925556-00-1 paperback

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