Martin Dingle-Wall

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Martin Dingle-Wall
Born Martin Dingle-Wall
(1971-07-22) 22 July 1971 (age 46)
Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actor, producer, screenwriter
Years active 2002–present
Notable work Flynn Saunders in Home and Away
Website martindinglewall.com

Martin Dingle-Wall (born 22 July 1971)[1] is an Australian actor. He originated the role of Flynn Saunders on the Australian soap opera Home and Away in 2001. He departed the show in 2002. Dingle-Wall has appeared in Satisfaction, Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities and Cops: L.A.C.

Career[edit]

For his portrayal of Flynn Saunders in Home and Away, Dingle-Wall received a nomination for the Logie Award for Most Popular New Male Talent.[2]

In 2003, he appeared on stage as Kip Polson in an adaptation of the screenplay The Nothing Men. He was picked for the Peugeot 307 SV campaign in 2004. Later in 2004, he took a part in a short movie for the BBC, Out of Water, playing the lead.

In 2005, appeared as Scott Allen in the television drama film Summer Solstice, directed by Giles Foster, playing alongside Jacqueline Bisset, Honor Blackman, Jason Durr and Sinéad Cusack.

In 2007, he appeared as Johnny Lake in and episode of the television series Satisfaction.

In 2007/8, he also filmed the comedy feature film The Makeover, playing the lead Roger Keaton.

He has also written two screenplays: Heart of a Nation and Pariah; both were taken up by an (unnamed) production house in the UK with Shepperton and Pinewood Studios.

In 2007/8, he also filmed the movie version of The Nothing Men for which he was also a producer through his company Alchemy Film Productions P/L., via which they became a global industry headline for pioneering the revolutionary RED digital cinema camera in the Southern Hemisphere, second in the world to only Steven Soderbergh's Guerrilla/The Argentine.

In 2008/9, he was cast as the younger brother Les Kane of the notorious Kane Brother's, bosses of the Painters & Dockers for the Underbelly prequel Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities.

In 2010, he appeared alongside Kate Ritchie for a third time in Cops: L.A.C.

Martin went to Los Angeles in 2012 to play the title role of Matthew Butticker, Defense Attorney in the Award Winning play ANACONDA for the Hollywood Fringe Festival. It went on to win the Festival & be nominated as Top 10 Theatre Productions that year by the GLAAD Awards.

Martin relocated to Los Angeles in 2013 & booked a major commercial campaign for NISSAN cast as the Hero by Director Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion, TRON-LEGACY).

Martin booked the support role of Neil McPherson in the film "Strangerland" with Nicole Kidman & Joseph Fiennes, Directed by Kim Farrant.

Martin soon booked the romantic lead in the Feature Film "All that Jam" shot on location in Russia, for which he learned Russian & played almost the entire film in that language. His support cast included Chris Owen, (Sherminator from the American Pie Franchise) & Svetlana Khodchenkova (Viper from Wolverine).

Martin then booked the lead role in Happy Hunting (2016 film), shot in America in the Californian desert, Directed by Joe Dietsch & Louie Gibson. It had its American Premier at Screamfest where it won BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY. It is heavily engaged in the 2017 Festival Circuit both domestically and abroad.

Dingle-Wall joined the cast of Salty, alongside Antonio Banderas and Olga Kurylenko in July 2016.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Dingle-Wall is married to Peta Danvers. Their first child, a son, was born in 2015. He has a brother and sister. Jamie & Sally. His nephew Jake is by far the Best. [4]

In October 2016, Dingle-Wall revealed that shortly after relocating to Los Angeles in 2012, he began receiving treatment from Alcoholics Anonymous.[5] The actor told Jonathon Moran of The Daily Telegraph that he decided to attend AA because he did not like the personality changes he suffered as a result of consuming alcohol.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin Dingle-Wall
  2. ^ Ede, Charisse (3 April 2002). "TV's longest night is back". Illawarra Mercury. Retrieved 7 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (13 July 2016). "Martin Dingle Wall Joins Simon West's 'Salty'; Carter MacIntyre Climbs Aboard 'Hunter Killer'". Deadline.com. Retrieved 12 November 2016. 
  4. ^ "Home And Away Star Reveals: My Alcohol Abuse Nightmare". New Idea. 5 October 2016. Retrieved 12 November 2016. 
  5. ^ a b Moran, Jonathon (4 October 2016). "Former Home and Away star Martin Dingle-Wall reveals he went to AA meetings in LA". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 12 November 2016. 

External links[edit]

Martin Dingle Wall Channel - YouTube.