VARIOUS ARTICLES & PHOTOS THRU THE 2000's.
Articles that weren't related to anything above have been put on their own pages.
Open Waters, 17 March 2001 (typed). Quite a revealing upfront interview.
'There's a certain amount of yourself that you have to give over,' he says. 'I mean, a lot of the times you think "Well, the public doesn't own me, they only own the work that I do because that's what I do for them and that's how I make my living and the private me is not their concern". 'But there's always that little blurred boundary. People are always going to want to know a little bit.
Going Nuts, 6 Jan 2002 (2 scanned pieces). Talking about his childhood and teen years.
John Waters ran away from home at 16, but 38 years later he's slow to admit it. At first he says "I sort of overstayed my school holidays." The he shakes his head and confesses "I was a wretched kid."
ABC Online Interview Transcript 30 June 2004 (typed with link to real player interview).
John enjoys his life and work as an Australian actor but still feels a certain nostalgia for the environment in which he grew up. "It's hard not for me at some times to feel slightly displaced," he says.
Steady Waters. CommunitiesForCommunities article November 2005
"The best thing about Australia is that you are given the opportunity to be an all round entertainer. I have always been careful not to be pigeon holed."
Untroubled Waters Keeps on Flowing. The West Magazine. 16 September 2006.
on becoming a new dad all over again.... "I'm loving it. I have two grown up children from a previous marriage - and now this. I think I'd recommend it to any man who gets into his 50s and decides he wants to rejuvenate. I'd say find a young woman and have children. It works wonders."
Flight of folly: two adults, three kids, 16,000 kilometres. Sydney Morning Herald diary article by John. 6 Jan 2007.
"It was, according to friends, neighbours, colleagues and assorted local shopkeepers, an utterly stupid idea. On the face of it, taking a family of two consenting adults and three children from Sydney to Leeds for a wintry family get-together over the festive period would hardly seem an impossible scenerio."
Charity Soccer Match: 15 July 2007.
The Baulkham Hills Sports Club Soccer Division held a Charity Match between their Premier League and a group of celebrities. including:
Colin Scotts - USA National Football League St Louis, Dean Capabianco - Athletics, Kate Gill - Matildas, Gavin Robertson - Australia Cricket, Radio & Channel 7, Anthony Field - The Wiggles, John Waters - All Saints, Alex Tobin - Socceroo, John Mangos - Broadcaster, Mike Conway - The Wiggles & musician, Duncan Kerr - Celeb trainer - Aus & NSW Cricket teams, Manly Sea Eagles and The Wiggles, and Charlie Teo - Neurosurgeon.
The game took place at Ted Horwood Reserve - Field 3, Baulkham Hills.
All Saints fan Rachael attended the game and took some photos - click on the link on the right to view them.