Australia is best known for its nightmarishly poisonous animals, expansive outback, and beautiful beaches.
But, did you know that Australia has produced many top actors which now feature in American or British movies? It might be tricky to know which famous actors are Australian as they do work on their accents!
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But for now, we’ll show you the top 3 Australian actors who have done their magic in American or British movies!
Josh Helman, who was born in Adelaide, South Australia, is a handsome actor who has made a name for himself within the last couple of years. Back in 2007, his first acting gig was in ‘All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane,’ in a glorified cameo. That was enough to land him few parts in television with ‘McLeod’s Daughters’ and ‘Home and Away.’
Interested in other creative activities, Helman sat into the director’s chair for the first time in 2016. He featured himself in the ‘Kate Can’t Swim’ drama, alongside Celeste Arias and Zosia Mamet.
Julian McMahon was born in Sydney, Australia. The latter broke into the mainstream in 2003. He played a major role of Dr. Christian Troy in ‘FX’s Nip/Tuck.’ Christian is a narcissistic ladies’ man, unethical and arrogant, played impeccably by McMahon. The audiences didn’t know whether to hate or love him!
You might also identify Julian from his work as Dr. Victor Von Doom, in the 2007’s Rise of the Silver Surfer. Today, Julian still gets solid work in movies and television, playing alongside John Malkovich and Bruce Willis in the movie ‘RED.’ The best thing is that the Australian star has a good sense of humour.
Noah was born in London. However, when he was five years’ old, his family ultimately returned to their native home of New Zealand. The love for theatre motivated the young Noah to craft his skill for acting. He went on to feature in 1987’s ‘The Year My Voice Broke’, which was themed on a young boy in rural Australia. Later, after four years, he featured in its sequel called ‘Flirting!’
In 2013, Noah featured in both the 3rd and 4th seasons of HBO’s classic fantasy series Games of Thrones. It was based on the ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ book series by Martin George, in which he gained famed. Noah is perhaps best known for his role as a young David Helfgott in ‘Shine.’
These are some of the most talented and funniest Australian actors that have ever lived. If you like watching movies in your spare time, perhaps you can look for films featuring these actors!