Khan Chittenden

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Khan Chittenden (born 1983 in New Zealand) is a New Zealand-born Australian actor.


Chittenden was born in New Zealand and moved at age 11 to Perth, Western Australia. He graduated from WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts)[1][2] and landed his first major part as Dean "Edge" Edgely in the television series Blue Water High.[3] Khan shot numerous commercials and has done much voiceover work for W.A. based agencies Brainestorm and DoubleDragon – as well as appearing in a couple of short films.

Following Blue Water High, Khan signed on for the Foxtel TV series Dangerous[4] and was cast in the globally successful indie film Clubland (USA title: Introducing the Dwights).[5] The success of this film landed him his first US based film role in Endless Bummer.[6] He has since also appeared on the stage at His Majesty's Theatre in Perth for Perth Theatre Company's production of Peter Shaffer's Equus.[6]



  1. ^ Cacetta, Wendy (18 August 2007). "Khan cracks Hollywood". Sunday Times (Perth). 
  2. ^ Colbert, Mary (5 June 2007). "Emma and Khan's big break". Sunday Times (Perth). 
  3. ^ Molitorisz, Sacha (11 May 2005). "Roller coasters". Sydney Morning Herald. 
  4. ^ "Dangerous liaisons". Courier Mail. 14 June 2007.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)
  5. ^ Byrnes, Paul (23 June 2007). "Clubland (review)". Sydney Morning Herald. 
  6. ^ a b "EQUUS Comes To His Majesty's Theatre 9/15 Thru 9/26". Broadway World. 14 July 2009. 

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