Marcus Graham

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Marcus Graham
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Born (1963-10-11) 11 October 1963 (age 52)
Perth, Western Australia
Occupation Film actor,
Stage actor,
Television actor
Years active 1987 - present

Marcus Graham (born 11 October 1963) is an Australian television and stage actor who has also starred in several films, including Mulholland Drive and Josh Jarman. He was known as a teenage heartthrob in the early 1990s while starring in the Australian TV soap E Street as the character "Wheels". His father Ron Graham is also a well known character actor of numerous TV series.

Marcus Graham spent his early years in Perth, and graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 1983.

2006 saw Graham win Australian Film Institute award for a guest role on the Channel 7 drama, Blue Heelers.[1] Other television credits include Good Guys, Bad Guys, All Saints, Shadows of the Heart, The Secret Life of Us, American Supernatural series Charmed and most recently in the ABC comedy Stupid, Stupid Man. Stage credits include The Rocky Horror Show, The Blue Room opposite Sigrid Thornton and Les Liaisons Dangereuses for the Melbourne Theatre Company and the Bell Shakespeare Company's production of Pericles (2009).[2] Graham also starred in the Australian drama series Underbelly[3] and the American drama series Charmed Episode 2x22.

Graham has played two Melbourne underworld figures in Australian television dramas - Alan Williams in 1995's Blue Murder, and Lewis Caine in 2008's Underbelly.

He formerly played Harvey Ryan in the Channel 7 series Home and Away. He is well known for his role in the six-part mini-series Jack Irish, screening February, 2016.

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