Murray loves the heat and during the summer spends most of his time outside. In the winter, however, he spends most of his time watching movies at home or going to the movie theater.
In 2003 Murray starred in a commercial for Nivea for Men.
Murray doesn't want fans to know everything about him. He feels "a bit of mystery is good".
Murray often rides his bicycle to work. He claims the streets in New York are safer then those in Sydney.
Murray performed in the Australian touring production of the Broadway musical The Boy from Oz, along with co-star Hugh Jackman.
Murray has a "Bacon Number" of 3.
Murray was in Dad and Dave: On Our Selection with Essie Davis,
Essie was in Girl With a Pearl Earring with Colin Firth,
Colin was in Where the Truth Lies with Kevin Bacon.
Before joining the cast of Guiding Light, Bartlett had never seen the show, although he was aware that it is the longest running show in television history.
Murray: I love New York and I love being here, but I think I'll always be Australian at heart.
Murray: (on the production The Boy from Oz) It's reaching so many people and sending out a message of tolerance and that love is the most important thing, regardless of where you stand. We're very proud of that.
Murray: I try as much as possible to not have any preconceptions about what love is. I like to be surprised. I think chemistry is something that's hard to find.
Murray: (About his on-screen "flame" Mandy Bruno) Mandy and I have a really lovely dynamic, and we're really building on that, so it's really enjoyable to play.
Murray: (On his "Guiding Light" co-star Gina Tognoni) I was just saying to her the other day that I'm lucky to get to come in and work with her. You feel this shot of energy when you're working with her; she's very focused, and she just knows what she's doing.
Murray: (On his "Guiding Light" co-star Marj Dusay) She is so good at what she does. She's a great character on the show. Sometimes I feel like I'm in Dallas or Dynasty when I'm working with her because she's got... that real presence; she's so put together!
Murray: When I was at high school, I broke the record for truancy. I shouldn't say this, but my mother used to go away [for work], and my brother would write me notes, and I'd go to the beach!
Murray: (On his "Guiding Light" character's many disguises) Sometimes, I look in the script and I'm like, 'I'm a what?' But it's fun! It's like dressing up when you're a kid. I love it!
Murray: I took acting classes, from a very early age. I'm not sure why. It's something I really enjoyed and my mom was all about letting us do what we dreamed of. She supported that and helped me look for things to do. I went to a great high school that had an acting focus, and went on to more training from there. I had a lot of opportunities and that was great.
Murray: I'm a bodysurfing addict! I'd spend hours in the water.