Rarmian Newton

Vitals

Gender
Male
Age Range
17 - 22
Height
173cm
Base Location
Melbourne
Available In
Melbourne
Skills
Actor, Choreographer, Composer, Dancer, Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Voice Artist
Hair
Blonde
Eye
Hazel
Memberships
M.E.A.A

Agent

Acting Agent
Active Artists Management

Feature Photo
Rarmian Newton

Credits

Television

2019
Series Regular, Peter Saubers
Mr. Mercedes
Audience, Sonar Entertainment
Various
2018
Recurring, Drew
Nos4a2
AMC
Various
2018
Recurring, Ethan Davies
Tell Me A Story
CBS
Various
2018
Series Regular, Maashous Evers
Rise
Universal Television, NBC
Various
2016
Series Regular, Young Danny Warren
The Family
ABC Studios (US), Mandeville Films
Various
2014
Guest Recur, Young Garry
Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of INXS
Shine Australia
Daina Reid
2014
Guest, Paul Wooton
Dr Blake Mysteries
December Media
Declan Eames
2011
Recurring, Michael Slade
Dance Academy Series 11
Werner Film Productions
Daniel Nettheim
2006
Guest, Young Bobby Fornoy
Nightmares & Dreamscapes: Stephen King
Coote Hayes Prod
Mikael Salomon

Musical Theatre

2010
Tumblebrutus
Cats
Really Useful
Jo-anne Robinson
2008
Billy Elliot
Billy Elliot The Musical
Louise Withers
Stephen Daldry
2006
Young Peter
Hugh Jackman's Boy From Oz
Ben Gannon and Robert Fox, Seed Productions
Kenny Ortega

Stage

2012
Hiccup
How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular
Dreamworks/RZO
Nigel Jamieson

Short Film

2011
Young Markus
Faces
Cinematix Media
Nick Kozakis
2003
Lead
Gusto
VCA, Tropfest Finalist
Craig Irvin

Dance

2006
Acrobat Flyer
Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
9
Clothing Size
Male - S
Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Accents
American Standard, Cockney, English, Irish, Scottish
Hair Length
Short
Hair Style
Wavy
Instrumental
Guitar, Piano / Keyboard, String
Dance
Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Modern, Tap
Singing
Jazz, Musical Theatre, Show
Singing Range
Tenor
Sport
Cycling, Fencing, Fishing, Gymnastics, Skate Boarding, Snow Skiing, Surfing, Swimming, Water Skiing, Yoga
Circus
Acrobat, Mime
Professional Skills
Actor, Choreographer, Composer, Dancer, Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Voice Artist

Photos


Notes

Rarmian Newton portrays Maashous Evers in the new NBC drama RISE. He was born in Melbourne, Australia and is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School. As a young actor Rarmian captivated on the stage performing as the young Peter Allen opposite Hugh Jackman in the 2006 national tour of THE BOY FROM OZ. The following year Rarmian was cast as 1 of 4 Lead Billy's in the national Australian tour of BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSCIAL brought to life by the Tony Award-winning creative team; director Stephen Daldry, choreographer Peter Darling and writer Lee Hall. The young actor’s portrayal of Billy was awarded Best Male Actor at the 2008 Helpmann Award’s; the premier accolade for Music Theatre in Australia as well as the Sydney Theatre Critics Award for Best Lead Male Actor and Best Production at the esteemed Green Room Awards. He went on to star as Tumblebrutus in the Really Useful Group’s production of CATS and was selected via a worldwide search as the Lead Hiccup in DreamWorks production HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON ARENA SPECTACULAR which toured Australia & the US. At home on the screen Rarmian is known for his recurring role of Michael Slade on the acclaimed Australian teen drama DANCE ACADEMY and as the musician young Gary Beers in Shine Australia’s television special NEVER TEAR US APART: THE UNTOLD STORY OF INXS. Recently Rarmian was introduced to US television audiences on the American Broadcasting Corporation suspense drama THE FAMILY opposite Joan Allen, Alison Pill, Liam James and Zach Gilford for Executive Producer Jenna Bans (Scandal, Grey's Anatomy). He has outstanding physical skills including professional dance, singing, acrobatics and parkour. Rarmian currently divides his time between New York and Los Angeles. Awards: 2009 Australian Dance Award Best Dancer in a Musical Billy Elliot The Musical 2008 Helpmann Award Best Lead Male Actor in a Musical Billy Elliot The Musical 2008 Sydney Theatre Critics Award Best Lead Male Actor in a Musical Billy Elliot The Musical