Rob Carlton has been a professional actor since he was 14 years old. A recognised face in Australia for both comedy and drama, his credits span TV, film and theatre. Most recently Rob was seen on Underbelly III - The Golden Mile as crooked cop Neville 'Scully' Scullion.
In February 2006 Rob won Sony Tropfest with Carmichael & Shane which he wrote, starred in, co-directed and co-produced.
From 2007 to 2009 Rob's television production company Shadowfax TV produced two series of the award winning comedy Chandon Pictures, seen on Movie Extra and the ABC in Australia. He co-directed the project and also takes creator, writer and acting credits in the series. Chandon Pictures now plays in over 15 territories around the world, including the USA and UK.
As a writer, Rob won an AWGIE award for Chandon Pictures. His play A-Framed was first produced by his production company in 1998 to critical and box office success. A-Framed has since been produced in Sydney and Melbourne by two different theatre companies.
Rob has a strong background in debating and theatresports through his time at the University of Sydney where he studied English Literature.
Rob is also a proud ambassador for the Dymocks Children's Charities where he helps raise money for kids who can'tt afford books.
Most recognisable for his 'likeable persona' on national ad campaigns for Tooheys, QANTAS, Telstra and Sir Walter, he is also the bad guy in Australian drama. Since getting his head flushed down a toilet in The Year My Voice Broke, Rob's...
- Been hrown out of Summer Bay by Alf;
- Been kicked off E Street by the Reverend Bob;
- Had his testicles removed in A Country Practice;
- Had his kidney stolen in the feature film Muggers;
- Been shot in the heart with an arrow in the US series Roar;
- Been shot dead as he stalked Water Rats' Frank Holloway;
- Had his heart removed by the side of the road on All Saints;
- Been trampled on by horses and women in McLeod's Daughters;
- Had his gender swapped in the feature film Strange Bedfellows;
- Blew himself into a thousand pieces on Blue Heelers; and
- Killed a granny on Thank God You're Here.
Rob hopes to die on all good Australian dramas.
Rob Carlton travels from New South Wales Australia
"Consistently professional, courteous, efficient communication."
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