Martin Copping


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November 1, 1977
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Martin Copping Bio

Martin Copping is an Australian actor and producer who was born on November 1, 1977, in Melbourne. He began his acting career in 1996 when he played Orky in the tv series “Ocean Girl”. Since then, he appeared in numerous tv series including "The Violent Earth”, “Something in the Aire”, “Blue Heelers” and “Rush”. In 2013 he starred in the short film “Elegy for a Revolutionary”, written and directed by Paul Van Zyl, for which role he won the best actor award at Filmstock International Film Festival. That same year he also starred in the movies “Zombie Hunter” alongside Danny Trejo and Clare Niederpruem and “Forbidden Ground” opposite Johan Earl and Tim Pocock. In 2015 he started acting in famous videogames including “Rainbow Six: Siege”, “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” and “Call of Duty: Vanguard”. In 2021 he starred in the movie “The Dunes” alongside Alexandra Davies and Tim Phillip. For his role, he earned several awards in prestigious festivals and awards, including Berlin Indie Film Festival, Chicago Indie Film Awards, and Golden Harvest Film Festival.

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