Dwaine Stevenson

Bad Behaviour One Sheet Character Poster : Dwaine Stevenson as Mark Brown.
   Bad Behaviour  \Australian Cinema \Character Art \ Explotation \ Black Comedy \ Neo Noir \ Actor
Dwaine Stevenson as Mark in Joseph Sim's Bad Behaviour
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Client : MEDiAKiN / Sterling Cinema Pty Ltd / Global Alliance Productions / Caldwell Entertainment
Brief : Read script, on-set observations, utilise on set photographer.
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Digital : One of several Bad Behaviour Character poster concepts created in Adobe Photoshop 2011 a.d
Design Notes : Featuring Dwaine Stevenson as the viciously flawed character Police Constable Mark Brown, partner to John Jarratt's Senior Constable Ricky Bartlett. Dwaine's previous work was as the lead protagonist in Gabriel (2007) playing Sammael/Michael, The most feared and faithful Fallen. Gabriel grossed approximately A$656,000 in its Australian opening week, ranking fifth at the Australian box office. Gabriel's opening week gross represented the second highest of an Australian-made film released in 2007, behind Rogue which opened the previous week with approximately A$667 000. In its opening weekend, Gabriel opened on 98 screens and averaged $4,797 per screen, the third highest per screen average of the top 20 grossing films for the weekend. The Age journalist Jim Schembri described Gabriel's opening week as "impressive," writing that "The gloom-laden film may not be for all tastes, but it looks like it's hitting the right spots with its intended audience of goths, emos and people who have trouble sleeping at night." In its five weeks playing in theaters, Gabriel grossed $1,462,320.

Stevenson got his first taste of acting via the Australian Army by touring Australia in the Military Tattoo, acting scenes from GALLIPOLI and OLIVER and also learning to dance with the celebrated choreographer David Atkins. After leaving the army in 2000, Stevenson followed his passion for the arts and studied at the Actors Centre in Sydney. Before finishing his studies he landed his first lead role in a Sydney production THE NOTHING MEN which has since been made into a film. Stevenson’s talent quickly became recognised internationally and he was invited to train under Robert Hallak at the acclaimed home of method acting, the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, in Los Angeles. Throughout Stevenson’s remarkable acting career he has starred in film, television, and stage. Stevenson is about to start filming the next Craig Newland project, FROZEN MOMENTS, set for release in the North American market. In 2011 the sequel to the cult-film GABRIEL is scheduled to start filming, along with a number of Shane Abbess’ untitled projects.


One-sheet refers to the standard north american sized 70 x 100cm (27 inch x 41 inch) movie poster, what is misleading is the one-sheet size isn’t necessarily consistent or standard, and can vary by several inches/centimeters. This is especially true of some borderless full-bleed posters, which may be 66.04 x 101.6 cm (26 x 40inch) or smaller. The sizing can also change between film studios, with each film company in-house ad production group following it’s own sizing and printing standards.


  • Daybill, size 13 inches by 30 inches (330x762mm), portrait format (before the 1960s, Daybills were 36 inches long)
  • One sheet, size 27 inches by 40 inches (686x1040mm), portrait format

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