October 11, 1963
Marcus Graham is an Australian born actor, probably best known for his role in Good Guys, Bad Guys as Elvis Maginnis or on E-Street, an 80s Australian soap. He left school at the age of 15 and only found out later in life that he suffered from dyslexia.
Most recently he has appeared in the feature films Mulholland Dr. (2001) directed by David Lynch and starring compatriot Naomi Watts, and as the lead in Peter Shaner's Nicolas (2001), which won Best HD Film at Digi Dance. Graham has an impressive series of credits on stage including a highly praised production of The Seagull for the Melbourne Theatre Company and The White Devil for the Sydney Theatre Company, both in 2001. For television Graham played the lead in Good Guys, Bad Guys and appeared in Blue Murder and Halifax. In the US, he has been a guest star on Charmed.
As of 2011, Marcus moved back to Australia and had a brief role in the television show Underbelly. However now, he is a recurring role on the popular Australian drama, Home and Away where himself, portrays Harvey Ryan, a fisherman in ranks with one of the main stars.
- Dangerous Games
- Point of No Return
- Blue Murder
- Spike Up!
- Three Blind Mice
- Home and Away
- E, Street
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Notes and Trivia Edit
- Marcus as well as Melissa George both starred on Home and Away.
- He lived with Nicole Kidman before she married Tom Cruise.