Marty Fields

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Probably more known for his success in stand up comedy and music, Marty’s acting career is extensive. His first role was at the age of seven in the ABC series, Bellbird. This led to him appearing in many Australian series as a child actor, such as Crawford Production’s Homicide, Blue Ribbons, Division 4, Matlock, and the child lead in the mini-series, Marion, again for the ABC.

As he matured, he appeared in Prisoner, The Sullivans, Skyways, Carson’s Law, Starting Out, and a semi-regular role in The Flying Doctors. His most recent television work has been in Seachange, Something In The Air, and playing the regular role of Sgt. Roy Holland in Blue Heelers.

His movie credits are many, including roles in Evil Angels, Death of a Soldier, and the leads in Rainbow’s End and Hard Work But Satisfying. Most recently he appeared opposite Nicholas Cage in the blockbuster, Ghost Rider.

But it is his work in theatre that has given him his greatest rewards. He has starred in the musicals, High Society (STC), Three Guys Naked From the Waist Down (Universal), and Crazy For You (GFO), receiving Green Room Award Best Actor nominations for each role, and winning the award for his portrayal of the manic "Lank" in Crazy For You, with which he toured Australia.

More recently, he played the coveted role of Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls (Prod. Co.), opposite Marina Prior, Moonface in Anything Goes (Prod. Co.), Billis in South Pacific (Prod. Co.), reprising his role of Mike in High Society (Prod. Co.), and Gangster Number One in Kiss Me Kate (Prod. Co.), all at the State Theatre, Melbourne. His most recent role was his last minute casting as Alfie Doolittle in My Fair Lady at the Comedy Theatre, replacing the injured Jon English, and having only 48 hours to learn the entire show. It’s also noteworthy that in over 1000 theatre performances, Marty has never missed a show.

He has written and starred in his own television comedy series, The All Sports Show, and is the author and composer of the upcoming stage musical, The Paradise, starring Alan Fletcher, Natalie Basingthwaite and Matt Hetherington. Marty is also the national entertainment manager for Howl At The Moon, a chain of dueling piano bar venues.

Recently nominated for a Mo Award as the best stand-up comedian in the country, Marty is considered one of our great comedy exports, and has just returned from his third tour of the United States where he performed in Phoenix, Chicago, L.A, Las Vegas, Dallas, and headlined for a week at the New York Comedy Club in Manhattan.
Committed to promoting animal welfare causes, particularly the Lost Dogs Home, of which he is patron, Marty lives in Melbourne with his partner and new baby daughter.

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