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His mother, Anne Pearce (born 1940), was from County Durham, England; she was a schoolteacher specialising in needlework and home economics.
In May 2012, Pearce was cast to star in David Michôd's The Rover.In 2013, Pearce played the villain character Aldrich Killian in Iron Man 3.Pearce had a supporting role in Neil Armfield's romantic-drama film Holding the Man, as Dick Conigrave.Pearce also found roles in other television series such as Home and Away (1988) and Snowy River: The Mc Gregor Saga (1993).The director/producer/writer Frank Howson cast Pearce in his first three films, Heaven Tonight, Hunting, and Flynn, and paid for him to go to the Cannes Film Festival in 1991 for the premiere of the Howson-directed Hunting.He has won a Primetime Emmy Award and received nominations for Golden Globe Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and AACTA Awards.
Since 2012, he has played the title role in the TV adaptations of the Jack Irish stories by Australian crime writer Peter Temple.
Next to acting, Guy has a lifelong passion for music and songwriting.
He released his first album, Broken Bones, in November 2014.
Pearce attended Geelong College, a local private school, and was a member of the Geelong Society of Dramatic Arts (GSODA) Junior Players. He lived in Box Hill North, Victoria in the late 1980s while working on the Australian drama series Neighbours.
At the age of 16, he was a competitive amateur bodybuilder, leading to the title of Junior Mr. Pearce starred in several theatre productions when he was young.
The 2015 film stars Ryan Corr and Craig Stott, with supporting performances from Pearce, Anthony La Paglia and Geoffrey Rush.