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Garvey at the 2011 Logie Awards
|Known for||McLeod's Daughters (2001 - 2007); Underbelly: The Golden Mile (2010); Terra Nova (2011); Rake (2012); The Leftovers (2017)|
Damien Garvey is an Australian film and television actor.
Garvey had guest roles in several drama series in his early part of his acting career. Some of his early roles include shows like Medivac (this was his first role, in 1998), Water Rats (in 2000), Young Lions (in 2002) and in the children's drama Cybergirl (in 2001).
In 2008 and 2009, he appeared on ABC1's drama East of Everything. In 2010, was in Channel Nine's Underbelly: The Golden Mile, in which won him an AACTA Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama in 2010.
In 2011, had a role in the American sci-fi series Terra Nova filmed entirely on the Gold Coast in QLD https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/movies/spielberg-miniseries-to-be-filmed-in-seq-20100809-11squ.html , playing the role of Tom Boylan.
In 2015 Garvey appeared in two episodes of Ash vs Evil Dead.
Garvey, although appearing mainly on television, has had a few roles in film, including Under the Radar, In Her Skin, Accidents Happen, Daybreakers, Beauty and the Beast, Bait 3D,Drive Hard and Bleeding Steel.
In the late 80s Garvey was lead singer in the power-pop band The Tellers. The Tellers released two albums, Flex and Limited Movement.
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