Peter Phelps, Vince Colosimo and John Wood all determine a stream sourroundings is tough for actors Vince Colosimo outward Melbourne Magistrates Court.
Picture: Josie Hayden WHERE did it all go wrong for Vince Colosimo?
"Osiris's coming was announced by Three Wise Men: the three stars Mintaka, Anilam, and Alnitak in the belt of Orion, which point directly to Osiris's star in the east, Sirius (Sothis), significator of his birth." "So this was the harbinger of the annual inundation of the Nile through her appearance with the rising sun at the time when the inundation was due to begin.
The bright star would therefore naturally become, together with the conjoined constellation of Orion, the sign and symbol of new vegetation which the Year then beginning would infallibly bring with it." Much has been made of the gospel account of the "star in the east" followed by "wise men" from afar, claimed to have heralded the birth of the newborn savior of the world.
Despite several movie roles and guest roles in A Country Practice (1994), Good Guys Bad Guys (1997) and Stingers (2002), it was not until his performance as Joe Sabatini in Something in the Air in 20 that resulted in wider exposure.
From 2005 until late 2007, Colosimo had guest roles in Blue Heelers (2005), MDA (2005), Two Twisted (2006) and City Homicide (2007).
The Aussie actor has been a unchanging on TV screens given a mid-90s and roughly burst a large time in Hollywood interjection to roles in Body of Lies  alongside Russell Crowe and The Great Gatsby  with Leonardo Di Caprio.
“Acting life is not rarely remunerative,” his lawyer, Patrick Dwyer, told a court.
He made his film debut in the coming-of-age story Moving Out in 1983 and featured in 1984's Street Hero.
Other credits include the cult movie Chopper (2000), in which he played Melbourne drug dealer Neville Bartos opposite Eric Bana, The Wog Boy (2000) Lantana (2001), Walking on Water (2002), The Nugget (2002), Take Away (2004) and Opal Dream (2006).
His American credits include popular shows such as The Practice (2004) and Without a Trace (2003). He portrayed Melbourne gangland figure Alphonse Gangitano in the Channel 9 series Underbelly (in a guest role), played in Channel Ten's telemovie Emerald Falls and Channel Nine's Scorched.
He also appeared in Top Gear Australia's "Star in a bog-standard car" section in the first episode.