Rodney Arthur

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Gender
Male
Age Range
52 - 54
Height
176cm
Base Location
Gold Coast
Available In
Brisbane, Gold Coast
Skills
Actor, Musical Theatre
Hair
Greying
Eye
Blue / Green
Pdf Bio

Agent

Australian Agent
Agency 888 Actor Management
Phone

Feature Photo
Rodney Arthur

Credits

2019

Musical Theatre
Mr Price and Ensemble
Kinkyboots
Spotlight Theatre
Katie Grace
Musical Theatre
Caveman Ancestor / Ensemble
The Adams Family Musical
Gold Coast Little Theatre
Jay Ahern

2018

Short Film
Non Speaking Antagonist – Mr. Davis
Nineteen Ninety Nine
Olfactory Films
Grace Uther
Short Film
Lead Singing Role – Jerome (Father)
Never Plain Sailing
Friendship Productions
Cathy Dinh

2016

Musical Theatre
Multiple Roles
You Can't Stop The Beat
LAMS
Shelley Grace
Musical Theatre
Multiple Roles
A Night on Broadway
LAMS
Shelley Grace

2015

Feature Film
Monarch Marine
Pirates of the Caribbean
Disney Productions
Commercial
Background Extra
Transition Lenses

2012

Musical Theatre
Elvin - Antagonist
Mayhem in Toyland
Ant Group Productions
Shelley Grace

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
8.5
Waist
107cm
Neck
40cm
Chest
108cm
Hip
106cm
Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Hair Length
Bald / Shaved
Hair Style
Wavy
Singing
Musical Theatre
Drivers Licences
Car, Motorcycle
Professional Skills
Actor, Musical Theatre

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Notes

Rod has been very diverse in his performing in the past decade. He has played characters such as; Max – The Producers, Danny – Grease, Trekkie – Avenue Q, Hedwig – Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Edna – Hairspray, just to name a few. Rod has also been a featured extra in Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men tell No Tale and is happy to show anyone his 30 seconds of fame in a Hollywood Disney Movie. In 2018 Rod was a lead in 2 Gold Coast made short films, a musical called ‘Never Plain Sailing’ and the Antagonist in ‘Nineteen Nighty Nine’ which was recently featured in ‘Monster Fest – 2019’. In 2019 Rod was a part of 2 musical theatre productions. Gold Coast Little Theatre’s ‘Adams Family Musical’ and Spotlight theatre’s ‘Kinkyboots’. Yes, he even danced in high heel boot but it wasn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last… Rod loves playing the antagonist and if he can do a bit of singing and dancing as well, even better. He is excited to see where his career takes him nex