Antony Starr

Biography: Born in 1975, Antony began his professional acting career with a small part on Shortland Street and a handful of guest starring roles on Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules. From there Anthony went onto play Waverley's brother, Stratford Wilson, in Shortland Street once again, in a recurring guest role.
In 2001, Antony was cast in Mercy Peak as Todd, one of the no-good, white trash Van der Velter brothers. It was a guest role that he had throughout Mercy Peak's three seasons.
Since then, Antony's television credits have included a core cast role in kids' series Hard Out and guest roles in P.E.T. Detectives and Street Legal as well as a brief stint in Serial Killers, the critically acclaimed comedy series that was penned by Outrageous Fortune co-creator James Griffin. During the production of the first series of Outrageous Fortune, Antony also managed to squeeze in time for filming Toa Fraser's internationally acclaimed debut feature, No.2 which was released in New Zealand
Born in 1975, Antony began his professional acting career with a small part on Shortland Street and a handful of guest starring roles on Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules. From there Anthony went onto play Waverley's brother, Stratford Wilson, in Shortland Street once again, in a recurring guest role.
In 2001, Antony was cast in Mercy Peak as Todd, one of the no-good, white trash Van der Velter brothers. It was a guest role that he had throughout Mercy Peak's three seasons.
Since then, Antony's television credits have included a core cast role in kids' series Hard Out and guest roles in P.E.T. Detectives and Street Legal as well as a brief stint in Serial Killers, the critically acclaimed comedy series that was penned by Outrageous Fortune co-creator James Griffin.
During the production of the first series of Outrageous Fortune, Antony also managed to squeeze in time for filming Toa Fraser's internationally acclaimed debut feature, No.2 which was released in New Zealand in early 2006. Antony's other film credits include Roger Donaldson's The World's Fastest Indian, the US comedy feature Without a Paddle and Brad McGann's acclaimed feature film In My Father's Den. In the summer of 2006/7 between series two and three of Outrageous Fortune, Antony also worked on a collaborative short film with some friends.
Antony appeared on stage in the second edition of Sex with Strangers (2005) while in 2004 Antony performed in two theatre productions: Closer at Auckland's Silo Theatre and Sex with Strangers directed by Colin Mitchell at the Herald Theatre. Anthony is based in Auckland.

Training:
Meisner Technique (Tutor: Michael Saccente) 2000-2004 Acting for Film (Tutor: Maggie Maxwell) 2000 Acting for Film (Tutor: Vicky Yiannoutsos) 1997/2000 Maura Fay Casting Workshop 1995/1996
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Antony Starr's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 52
Highest Metascore: 68 The World's Fastest Indian
Lowest Metascore: 29 Without a Paddle
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 3
  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
3 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
60 Wish You Were Here Jun 7, 2013 Jeremy King / Jeremy King 8.2
68 The World's Fastest Indian Dec 7, 2005 Jeff 8.4
29 Without a Paddle Aug 20, 2004 Billy Newwood 7.9