Clayton D. Moss

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Clayton D. Moss
Born Clayton Douglas Moss
(1980-06-25) 25 June 1980 (age 38)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actor
Website claytonmoss.com

Clayton D. Moss (born 25 June 1980) is an Australian actor and writer, born in Sydney, Australia.

Acting career[edit]

Television[edit]

Clayton's television credits include episodes of All Saints (2008), Underbelly (2009), and Rescue: Special Ops (2009).

Film[edit]

Clay made his feature film debut in 2011 with Dealing with Destiny alongside Luke Arnold and Emma Leonard. In a review for the film, Filmink magazine noted him as one of "Australia's emerging acting talent".[1]

Theater[edit]

Clayton performed at Belvoir St. Downstairs Theater for the play MATE. He was also cast in Devil May Care's production of John Donnelly's Songs Of Grace And Redemption for The Sydney Fringe in 2010, receiving favorable reviews for his performance of the character Steve.[2][3][4] He returned to the Sydney Fringe in 2016 to perform Sarah Kane's Crave to similar critical reception.[5][6]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2006 Backflip Jeremy Von Pearljam
2009 Silver and Gold Phil
Hegira - credited as writer/director
2010 Lady Luck Waiter uncredited cameo
Awake Ben
My Two Lives - credited as writer
2011 Dealing with Destiny Lloyd
2012 Now What... Peter
2013 Manos Arriba Bandit 1
2015 Drunk Steve
2016 The Chicken Men Chad
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2008 All Saints Eddie MacKinley 2 Episodes
2009 Underbelly Young Detective Uncredited cameo
2009 Rescue: Special Ops Motorcyclist Season 2, Episode 4
2015 Abandoned Zack
Theater
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Mate Jim Harris Downstairs Belvoir
2010 Songs of Grace and Redemption Steve Sydney Fringe Festival
2016 Crave A Sydney Fringe Festival

References[edit]

  1. ^ Catherine Brown (29 August 2011). "Dealing With Destiny". Filmink Magazine.
  2. ^ Anne Marie Peard (8 November 2010). "Songs of Grace and Redemption is a tense, pacey piece of theatre". Aussie Theatre.
  3. ^ David Kary (17 November 2010). "Devil May Care's production of British playwright John Donnelly's play 'Songs of Grace and Redemption' was a whirlwind ninety minutes of theatre". Sydney Arts Guide.
  4. ^ Paulo Montoya (22 November 2010). "a very entertaining and ultimately moving story of how peoples' paths can intersect by fate, with variable results". Arts Hub.
  5. ^ "Crave - A Review - VERTIGO". 2016-09-23. Retrieved 2016-09-27.
  6. ^ Dalton, Angus (2016-09-23). "Sydney Fringe Festival Reviews: Crave". Grapeshot Online. Retrieved 2016-09-27.

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