Gulliver McGrath

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Gulliver McGrath
Gulliver William[citation needed] McGrath

August 15, 1998 (1998-08-15) (age 20)

Gulliver William McGrath (born August 15, 1998) is an Australian actor.

Life and career[edit]

McGrath played Charlie in the Australian crime series Rush.[2] He also starred as the title character in the Melbourne Theatre Company production Poor Boy alongside Guy Pearce and Abi Tucker.[3][4]

Recently, McGrath portrayed David Collins in the 2012 feature film Dark Shadows, which earned him a 2013 Young Artist Award nomination as Best Supporting Young Actor in a Feature Film.[5] He portrayed Tad Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's Lincoln.

He was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. He then moved to Birmingham, UK, and was raised there. His mother, Heidi Chapman, is a neuroscientist, and his father, Craig, is an anaesthetist.[6] He is the older brother of actors Zen and Winta McGrath.[7] He portrayed Jerry Hickfang in the 2015 comedy thriller The Voices as the younger version of Ryan Reynolds's character.[8]



Year Title Role Notes
2009 The Wake Charles Billed as Gully McGrath
2009 The Loved Ones 8-year-old Keir Willis Billed as Gully McGrath
2010 The Long Night Luke Short film
2011 Hugo Young Tabard
2012 Dark Shadows David Collins Billed as Gully McGrath

First Major Role

2012 Lincoln Tad Lincoln
2015 The Voices Teenage Jerry
2016 Boys in the Trees Jonah


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Rush Charlie Series 1, episode 12


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Poor Boy Main character

Further reading[edit]

  • "Young Children As Active Citizens" edited by Glenda Mac Naughton, Patrick Hughes and Kylie Smith, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2008). Gulliver co-authored a chapter in this book with his brother, Zen McGrath.


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  2. ^ "Rush: Credit List - episode 12" (PDF). Retrieved 2009-02-08.
  3. ^ "Agency News November 2008". Centre Stage Agency. November 2008. Archived from the original on January 6, 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-08.
  4. ^ "POOR BOY a play with songs by Matt Cameron and Tim Finn". Melbourne Theatre Company. Retrieved 2009-02-08.
  5. ^ "34th Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved 2013-03-31.
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  8. ^ The Voices

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