Martin Crewes

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Martin Crewes (born 1968) is an Australian stage, television and movie actor. Crewes was born in London. He moved to Australia when he was 10 years of age, and attended the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, in Perth. Other notable graduates of WAAPA include Hugh Jackman, Lisa McCune and Frances O'Connor. Since graduating, Crewes has taken part in many stage plays and musical productions, both in Australia and internationally, and has also appeared in various television and movie productions. Crewes' stage musical theatre roles include "Lt. Joe Cable" in South Pacific, "Marius" in Les Misérables, "Claud" in Hair and "Chino" in West Side Story. Other stage musicals include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Wizard of Oz and Aspects of Love. Crewes originated the leading role of "Walter Hartright" in the West End production of The Woman in White (in which he starred from September 2004 to July 2005). Crewes' television and movie roles include "Luis Amor Rodriguez" in Dream Team, and a major role as "Chad Kaplan" in the 2002 film Resident Evil.
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