| Angus McLaren|
| 3 November 1988 (age 27) (1988-11-03) Wonthaggi, Victoria, Australia|
H2O: Just Add Water, Packed to the Rafters, Silversun, Worst Best Friends, Court of Lonely Royals
Indiana Evans, Cariba Heine, Luke Mitchell, Cleo Massey, Claire Holt
Angus McLaren Wikipedia
Angus McLaren (born 3 November 1988) is an Australian actor who is best known for his roles in the television series Packed to the Rafters as Nathan Rafter and H2O: Just Add Water as Lewis McCartney.
McLaren was born in Wonthaggi, Victoria and grew up on a dairy farm near Loch. He was the drummer of the band Rapids (Ballet Imperial) and also played bass guitar in the band Bogey Lowensteins.
He appeared in a number of school and amateur productions for the Leongatha Lyric Theatre. He made his professional debut when he was 12 years old with a recurring role on the ABC series Something in the Air. Further TV credits followed, including the children's series Worst Best Friends, The Saddle Club and Fergus McPhail, along with guest roles on Blue Heelers, Comedy Inc and a recurring role on Neighbours.
McLaren's first main cast role came in 2004 with the children's series Silversun, which aired on both the Seven Network and the ABC. His feature film debut followed in 2005 with the low budget Melbourne feature Court of Lonely Royals, directed by Rohan Michael Hoole. 2005 also saw McLaren work on Last Man Standing, and achieve a solid footing on the advert voiceover circuit. In 2006, McLaren began working on the children's series H2O: Just Add Water, appearing from series one through midseason of series three as the character Lewis McCartney.
From 2008, he appeared in Packed to the Rafters in the role of Nathan Rafter. He appeared in 114 episodes over the show’s six seasons.
Through 2013 and into 2014 he took a variety of master classes in New York, LA, Sydney and Melbourne with some of the world’s finest teachers. He then studied a Bachelor of Acting at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth, Western Australia. While at WAAPA, Angus appeared in eight WAAPA stage productions. He was The Marquis De Sade in WAAPA's production of Marat/Sade, The Man in Tender Napalm and, in his graduating year, received great reviews playing the title role in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus.
In 2016, he played the character of William "The Crimson Fiddler" Graham in Quartermaine. He won the Nine Network Channel 9 Best Actor Award at the WA Screen Academy Awards for his portrayal of Will in this short film.