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Henry Nixon is an Australian actor.
He graduated from the Australian National University with an Arts degree, majoring in Anthropology, Sociology and English, before deciding to pursue an acting career. He auditioned for and was accepted into the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney.
Since graduating from NIDA in 2000 Nixon has worked extensively in film, television and theatre.
In 2002 he regularly played the character Chris King in the popular Channel 5 TV serial Don't Blame Me (or Don't Blame the Koalas). He is known for his work as Sterlo McCormack on All Saints, an Australian hospital drama. In 2009, Nixon portrayed Lieutenant Hugh (Ivy League) Corrigan in the HBO Film follow-up to Band of Brothers, The Pacific. He played the role of Fergus in the mini-series The Kettering Incident in 2016.
- The Lost World (2002) (or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World) (Episode: "Tapestry"), as Bartholomew Thorne
- Home and Away (2002) (Season 1, Episode 3270), as Steve McLaren
- Don't Blame Me (or Don't Blame the Koalas) (2002) as Chris King
- Somersault (2004), as Nick
- All Saints (2003–2004), as Sterling (Sterlo) McCormack (52 episodes)Season 6 - Season 7
- Safety in Numbers (2005), as Nigel
- McLeod's Daughters (2001–2006), as Greg Dawson (6 episodes)
- Happy Feet (2006) (as live action cast)[clarification needed]
- Feeling Lonely? (2007), as Drew
- Noise (2007), as Craig Finlay
- The Black Balloon (2008), as Trevor
- $9.99 (2008), as Drazen/beanbag/radio announcer (as voice only)
- Nightwalking (2009), as Dad
- Triangle (2009), as Downey
- Squid: The Movie (2010), as Alan or Uncle Fester
- The Pacific (2010), as Lt. Hugh (Ivy League) Corrigan
- Cold Sore (2010), as Guy
- Scumbus (2011), as Adam
- Sleeping Beauty (2011), as Mark
- Bastow, Clem (9 June 2016). "The Kettering Incident review – Tasmanian gothic thriller par excellence". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 June 2016.
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