| Matt Passmore|
| Matthew Passmore|
24 December 1973 (age 41) (1973-12-24) Wynnum-Manly, Brisbane, Australia
Rachael Carpani (2006–2011)
Jacqui Pass (m. 1997–2006)
National Institute of Dramatic Art
The Glades, Satisfaction, McLeod's Daughters, Come Back to Me, The Cut
Stephanie Szostak, Kiele Sanchez, Blair Redford, Katherine LaNasa, Rachael Carpani
Matt Passmore Wikipedia
Matt Passmore (born 24 December 1973) is an Australian actor. He is known for McLeod's Daughters (2006–2009), Blue Heelers (2003), and his first American television show, The Glades (2010–2013).
Passmore began his career on the children's television series Play School. Later on, he took on a variety of roles on Australian television shows such as Always Greener, Blue Heelers, The Cooks, Last Man Standing, McLeod's Daughters, and Underbelly: Tale of Two Cities. Passmore also starred in USA Network's Satisfaction.2001 Graduated from National Institute of Dramatic Art [NIDA];
2002 Passmore began his career on the children's television series Play School;
2003 Played Pete in Always Greener as DJ Pete 'Dr Love' Jones; 6 episode role as Brad, the handicapped, trauma-suffering husband of Susie Raynor on Blue Heelers; Brief appearance as network executive in Son of the Mask;
2004 Recurring role as Jake on The Cooks; and Tom in The Alice mini-series;
2005 Played Cameron in Last Man Standing alongside Rodger Corser and Travis McMahon;
2006 Played Greg in McLeod's Daughters who was a supposed love interest for Tess (Bridie Carter);
2006–2009 Returned to McLeod's Daughters, this time as Marcus, Alex's half-brother;
2008 Passmore also played the leading role of private detective Reilly in the 2008 Australian film noir short film Noir Drive;
2009 Played Warwick Mobbs on Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities; Played John Wood's son in the ABC series The Cut. Headed to LA where he got the lead on the pilot Masterwork by Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring. It went nowhere, but A&E Network targeted him for The Glades;
2010 Filming commenced on Season 1 of The Glades;
2011 Filming commenced on Season 2 of The Glades.
2012 Filming commenced on Season 3 of The Glades.
2013 Filming commenced on Season 4 of The Glades.
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