Erryn Arkin

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Erryn Arkin
Born (1982-10-16) 16 October 1982 (age 38)
Sydney, NSW, Australia


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Erryn Arkin (born 16 October 1982) is an Australian actor, writer and director who is involved in film and television.

He is a graduate of the academically selective James Ruse Agricultural High School and the University of NSW where he became qualified as an optometrist before embarking in a career in entertainment.[1]

Originally performing in local theater productions, Arkin's professional acting career began on Australian drama series including Rescue: Special Ops, Rake, Blue Water High, and Home and Away.

Arkin has since performed in American independent feature films and major network procedural shows: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Stitchers, Rake.[2]


List of roles in film and television
Year Title Role Note
2002-2009 Home and Away Surfer / Mark Gillen TV Series (10 episodes)
2005 Blue Water High Ref TV Series (2 episodes)
2005-2009 Crime Investigation Australia TV Series (9 episodes)
2009 Rescue: Special Ops Rescue HQ Officer TV Series (1 episode)
Killer Guy
2010 The Illustrator Jack Ridley
Rake Constable Saunders TV Series (1 episode)
2011 Equilateral Derek
Cell/Phone Ethan TV Series (1 episode)
2012 The Critic Michael Thornton
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Ledo Wright TV Series (1 episode)
2014 Rake Saunders TV Series (1 episode)
2015 Stitchers Sekeci TV Series (1 episode)
2016 The Killing Hour Jared


  1. "Official Site Bio". Retrieved 20 December 2009. 
  2. "IMDb". Retrieved 12 July 2015. 

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