Cast - SYDNEY II: Lost and Found by Jenny Davis
Myles is a leading Australian actor who has worked extensively in film, television and theatre since graduating from NIDA in 1998.
Myles is best known as Nick Ryan in the Nine Network’s long running series McLeod’s Daughters, earning him a nomination for the TV Week Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor for 2004. Other leading TV roles include Phill De La Salle in Underbelly A Tale Of Two Cities, Mack in Rescue Special Ops, Stuart White in Sea Patrol Series 5, Henry Dupont in Double Trouble and Robert in Water Rats. Myles has worked on TV series from East West 101 for SBS, Packed To The Rafters and Home and Away for the Seven Network, to Wildside and The War That Changed Us for ABC TV. Myles has most recently appeared in the second season of the ABC hit drama series Mystery Road, Matchbox Picture’s The Heights and ABCMe’s Itch.
Myles’s feature film credits include the starring roles of Phelan in X-Men Origins: Wolverine directed by Gavin Hood for 20th Century Fox, Boyce in the Australian feature Thirst, directed by Robert Carter for Imagine Films, Dan in The Turning opposite Rose Byrne, Detective Monaghan in Foreshadow, Andy in Drift opposite Sam Worthington which Myles also co-produced, Bruce in Looking For Grace, Pete Whishart in Jasper Jones, directed by Rachel Perkins, Matt Chandler in The Gateway, Riley in Kriv Stenders’ feature film Danger Close and Sgt. Beaufort in Before Dawn. Most recently Myles starred in the Australian film How To Please A Woman as Richard and as Frank in Adam Morris’ Frank And Frank.
Myles’s theatre credits include Boy Gets Girl, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Glass Menagerie, all for Black Swan Theatre Company, The True Story Of Butterfish for Brisbane Powerhouse, Mistero Buffo for B Sharp/Belvoir St Theatre, Love Letters for NIDA Company, End of the Rainbow for the Ensemble Theatre, Romeo and Juliet and The Winter’s Tale for the Bell Shakespeare Company. M
Most recently Myles starred as Andy Dixon in Black Swan Theatre Company’s Extinction, Sydney II: Lost and Found, both directed by Stuart Halusz and Black Swan/Sydney Theatre Company’s production of City of Gold by Shari Sebbens.