Biography

Born in Fremantle, Western Australia, he started appearing in various TV shows from the age of 12. He received a scholarship to study acting at John Curtin College of the Arts and was accepted into the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts straight out of high school.

He was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award for his lead performance in Jewboy, a film that screened in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival and the Discovery Section at the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2007 he was invited to join the Sydney Theatre Company Actor's Company where he played Prince Hal in War of the Roses opposite Cate Blanchett. He received a Helpmann Award and a Sydney Theatre Award for this performance. His other STC credits include Riflemind which was directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Josef K in an adaption of The Trial.

In 2010 he played Richard III for the Melbourne Theatre Company. He received his second Helpmann Award and a Green Room Award for this performance. In 2011 he played Hamlet in a sellout season for the Melbourne Theatre Company.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: SM

Born in Fremantle, Western Australia, he started appearing in various TV shows from the age of 12. He received a scholarship to study acting at John Curtin College of the Arts and was accepted into the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts straight out of high school.

He was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award for his lead performance in Jewboy, a film that screened in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival and the Discovery Section at the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2007 he was invited to join the Sydney Theatre Company Actor's Company where he played Prince Hal in War of the Roses opposite Cate Blanchett. He received a Helpmann Award and a Sydney Theatre Award for this performance. His other STC credits include Riflemind which was directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Josef K in an adaption of The Trial.

In 2010 he played Richard III for the Melbourne Theatre Company. He received his second Helpmann Award and a Green Room Award for this performance. In 2011 he played Hamlet in a sellout season for the Melbourne Theatre Company.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: SM

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender -

Known Credits 27

Birthday 1980-07-27

Place of Birth Fremantle, Western Australia

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Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2019 The Nightingale as Goodwin
2018 The Cry (4 episodes) as Alistair
2018 Safe Harbour (4 episodes) as Ryan Gallagher
2018 Peter Rabbit as Pigling Bland (voice)
2018 Sweet Country as Harry March
2017 The Butterfly Tree as Al
2015 The Daughter as Oliver
2015 Death in Bloom as Christopher Crumples
2014 The Mule as Paris
2013 The Railway Man as Captain Thompson
2013 Scene 16 as Luka
2012 Devil's Dust (2 episodes) as Matt Peacock
2012 Suspended as Dave
2012 Dead Europe as Isaac
2012 Mabo as Bryan Keon-Cohen
2011 Sleeping Beauty as Birdmann
2009 Apricot as Marcel
2008 Netherland Dwarf as Dad
2008 Three Blind Mice as Sam Fisher
2007 Lockie Leonard (51 episodes)
2007 Katoomba as Don
2006 Kokoda as Wilstead
2005 Jewboy as Yuri
2002 The Junction Boys as Luke Mason
2001 Wild Kat (13 episodes)
1998 All Saints (492 episodes)

Art

2018 Crazy Rich Asians Art Direction

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