Feb. 23rd, 1975
Auckland, New Zealand
Callan Mulvey's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2004 - Thunderstruck
Guest TV Roles
Rodney 'Rod' Hunter
Himself - Guest Presenter
Mulvey was born in New Zealand and is of Maori heritage. His family moved to Sydney, Australia when he was eight years old. Best known for his role as Mark Moran on the popular Australian drama Underbelly, Mulvey attended Beacon Hill High School along with other Heartbreak High cast members Jon Pollard and Alle Brunning.
In the mid-nineties, he was a member / sponsored by Manly Skates Inline Skating. His skating, like fellow cast member Jon Pollard, was featured extensively in Heartbreak High.
Mulvey was injured in a serious car accident in 2003, in a head-on collision at 100 km/h. He was trapped in the vehicle for almost an hour until he could be freed from the wreckage. The mid section of his face collapsed, an incision was made from ear to ear over the top of his scalp, his face "pulled down" and 17 titanium plates were then inserted to repair the fractures to his face and jaw. His left knee and ankle were badly fractured and he lost vision in one eye. He re-entered the spotlight for the release of Thunderstruck.
Over the last two years, Mulvey has had guest spots on Home and Away (as Johnny Cooper) and McLeod's Daughters.
He starred in the Australian underworld crime show Underbelly as Mark Moran, and currently appears in police series Rush as Sgt. Brendan "Josh" Joshua.
- Has one brother, James, and one sister, Aroha.
- Born in Auckland, New Zealand, he moved to Australia at the age of 8
- Was badly injured in car accident after finishing filming of _Thunderstruck (2004)_ (qv)
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