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Marcus Graham
Marcus Graham.jpg
Born (1963-10-11) 11 October 1963 (age 58)
OccupationFilm actor,
Stage actor,
Television actor
Years active1986 - present
FamilyRon Graham (father)
AwardsAACTA Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama

Marcus Graham (born 11 October 1963) is an Australian film, television (including both serials and mini-series) and stage actor and director, with roles 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". He is also known for his role as Harvey Ryan in Home and Away


Marcus Graham was born in Perth, Western Australia as the son of English-Australian actor Ron Graham, whom was a character actor of numerous theatre and television roles. He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 1983, before making his professional debut in 1986.

2006 saw Graham win an 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, 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 and Pav in Season 1 of the Australian drama The Heights.


Year Title Role
1986 A Fortunate Life (TV mini-series) Unknown role
1987 Dangerous Game Jack
1990 Shadows of the Heart (TV mini-series) Vic Hanlon
1990 The Flying Doctors (TV series) Ted Paterson
1991 G.P. (TV series) Sean Bradey
1992 Mad Bomber in Love Franklin
1989-1992 E Street Stanley "Wheels" Kovac
1993 Ratbag Hero (TV movie) Unc.
1993 Crimetime
1994 The Battlers (TV series) The Busker
1994 Halifax f.p. (TV series) Vinnie Geralitis
1994 Point of No Return Grady/Christian
1995 Blue Murder (TV series) Allan Williams
1997 The Last Embrace Bartender
1997 Good Guys Bad Guys: Only the Young Die Good (TV movie)
1998 Sins of the City (TV series) Vince Carol
1997-1998 Good Guys, Bad Guys (TV series) Elvis Maginnis
1998 Three Chords and a Wardrobe (short) Nick
1998 Justice Bobby Lewis
1999 Secrets Men's Business (TV movie) Michael Schofield
1999 Mulholland Dr. (TV movie) Mr. Darby
2000 Charmed (TV series) Dragon Warlock
2000 Mulholland Drive Mr. Darby
2001 Nicolas Nicholas
2003 Horseplay Max MacKendrick
2004 Roll (TV movie) Alex
2004 Josh Jarman Josh Jarman
2004 Cool (short) Stephen
2006 Blue Heelers (TV series) Pilgrim Bond
2007 Spike Up (short) Tolly Manditis
2007 Blackjack:Ghosts (TV movie) Harry Searle
2007 Stupid, Stupid Man James
2008 Underbelly" (TV series) Lewis Crane
2008 Three Blind Mice John
2008 Burley! (short) Ricko (voice)
2008 Time Trackers (TV series) Kevin
2009 Clearing the Air (short) Dad
2009 Snobs Therapist
2011 Laid (TV series) Telly
2011 City Homicide (TV series)
2011 SLiDE (TV series) Patrick
2011 Crownies (TV series) Danny Novak
2011 Blockhouse Blues and the Elmore Beast Jimmy Twice
2012 The Last Match (short) Barry Bluster
2013 Worm (short) Uncle Craig
2011-2014 Home and Away Harvey Ryan (228 episodes)
2014 Janet King Danny Novak
2015 Hiding (TV series) Nils Vadenberg
2015 Holding the Man Doctor Sam
2015 Off Record (short) Michael
2016 Jack Irish Rob Shad
2016 Woman with an Editing Bench (short) Boris Shumyatsky
2016 Cold Hearts Convict
2017 House of Bond (TV mini-series) Michael Williams
2017 Rip Tide Farriet
2017 Cleverman Stephen McIntyre
2018 Picnic at Hanging Rock (TV mini-series) Tomasetti
2019 Calliope's Prelude (short)
2019 Secret City (TV series) Andrew Griffiths
2019 Reef Break (TV series) Dax
2019 The Heights (TV series)
In production Myall Creek Day of Justice George Gips


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