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Full Name  Oliver Ackland
Name  Oliver Ackland
Website  Oliver Ackland at IMDB

Years active  1988–present
Occupation  Television actor
Role  Actor
Oliver Ackland

Born  9 November 1979 (age 36) (1979-11-09) Sydney, Australia
Movies and TV shows  Wasted on the Young, 100 BLOODY ACRES, Blinder, The Slap, Pirate Islands
Similar People  Anna McGahan, Alex Russell, Rebecca Breeds, James Kristian, Adelaide Clemens

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Oliver Ackland (born 9 November 1979) is an Australian actor.

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Biography

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In 2012, Ackland was seen in the comedy horror film, 100 Bloody Acres, directed by Colin and Cameron Cairnes, Richard Gray’s feature Blinder and the ABC telemovie, The Mystery of a Hansom Cab.

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Most recently, he appeared as ‘Toby Raven’ in the highly acclaimed mini-series realisation of Tim Winton’s Cloudstreet, directed by Matthew Saville, and as ‘Rhys’ in The Slap, adapted from the multi award winning novel by Christos Tsiolkas. Ackland’s other television credits include All Saints, Always Greener, Young Lions and Outriders. He also appeared in the telemovie Emerald Falls and co-starred in the miniseries Jessica, both directed by Peter Andrikidis.

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Ackland starred in Ben Lucas’ Wasted on the Young, which premiered at the 2010 Sydney Film Festival and screened at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. His other feature film credits include Roger ScholesCable and John Hillcoat’s highly acclaimed feature The Proposition.

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Ackland has also appeared in numerous short films including Damian Walshe-Howling’s The Bloody Sweet Hit and Eve directed by Hannah Hilliard.

In 2009 he was awarded the inaugural Heath Ledger Scholarship by Australians in Film.

References

Oliver Ackland Wikipedia