Colin is represented professionally by Auckland Actors, but for voice work, only.
Colin starred in the short film This is Her in 2007.
Colin's theatre credits include:
(2008) Betrayal 'Robert', Silo Theatre, Dir Caroline Bell-Booth
(2007) Lobby Hero 'Bill' Dir Caroline Bell-Booth
(2006) Glide Time 'Wally' Dir Oliver Driver
(2006) The Real You 'Wedge' Dir Anthea Williams
(1999) The Young Baron 'The Cavalier' Maidment dirs. Ben Crowder, V.Chappell
Colin has run a number of development workshops and play readings to help the New Zealand theatre community to continue to grow in numbers and quality.
Colin has slowly been developing his craft as a writer as well as an actor and director. His writing credits include the short films One For the Road and Moby. He has also written for the soap Shortland Street. In theatre he has been quite prolific, writing The Little Hero, Play 2, Play 2.03 and The Real You. Between 2002-2005 Colin worked as a script consultant/dramaturge on over 40 plays, many of which went on to have very successful production runs in New Zealand.
Colin has trained to mimic a number of English speakers' accents, including American, Irish, Scottish, and British (RP and regional).
In his spare time, Colin enjoys reading, spending time with his son, writing, cooking and travel. He also plays golf, tennis, cricket, rides horses, and skiis.
Colin considers his role in the movie In My Father's Den to be his big break as an actor, as well as the highpoint of his career thus far.
Colin's first acting role was the Captain in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The production was the school play at Takapuna Grammar School when he was 17 years old.
Colin has a son named Jasper.
Colin is 6'2" (188 cm), with brown hair and blue eyes.
In 2005 Colin won "Best Actor in a Supporting Role" at the New Zealand Screen Awards for the movie In My Father's Den.
The Real You, a one act play Colin co-wrote with John Davies competed against 80 other plays to make it into the finals of the New Zealand PlayRight competition. Colin also performed in the play before the panel of judges at the Herald Theatre.
Colin: (on the movie "In My Father's Den") The whole thing, it was such a good script and great people to work with. For the audition, I had three scenes to learn and I was like, 'Oh my god this character!'
Colin: (on his experience making the movie "In My Father's Den") Being directed by Brad [McGann] was amazing. It really brought home what I valued about acting, the simple authentic things.