Ian Stenlake

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Ian Stenlake
Born
Ian Edward Stenlake

July 5, 1969
Height185 cm (6 ft 1 in)
Spouse(s)Amber Mulley (2017)
Rachael Beck (2001–2012)
ChildrenTahlula (born 15 January 2007)
Roxie (born 19 April 2009)
Scarlett (born 28 August 2019)
Websitewww.ianstenlake.com

Ian Edward Stenlake (born 5 July 1969 in Barcaldine, [1] Queensland, Australia) is an Australian actor.

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Career

Stenlake's career began during a trip to Rome [1] when he was convinced to become an extra in a movie that was being filmed there - as a waiter in the Godfather III [2] Stenlake is perhaps best known for the role of Constable Oscar Stone which he played in the Australian police drama series Stingers from 1998 to 2002. In 1997, he played Anthony Gibson in Emmerdale: The Dingles Down Under. [1]

Stenlake has starred in numerous other visual media, and also, theatre productions.

Stenlake played Mike Flynn, the commanding officer of the patrol boat HMAS Hammersley, in Sea Patrol which first aired on the Nine Network in 2007. Stenlake was involved in all five seasons of the series.

Stage

Stenlake has starred in many stage productions, including

Television

Concert

Personal life

Stenlake married Amber Mulley on the 4th of September, 2017.

Stenlake was married to Australian musical theatre star Rachael Beck until 2012. Their daughter Tahlula was born on 15 January 2007. Their second child, Roxie, was born on 19 April 2009.


Awards and nominations

AwardCategoryProductionRoleYearResult
Helpmann Awards [10] Best Male Actor in a Musical Oklahoma! Curly2006Nominated
Green Room Awards [11] Best Male Artist in a Leading Role Oklahoma! Curly2005Won
Green Room Awards [2] Best Male Artist in a Leading Role They're Playing Our Song Vernon Gersch2003Won
Green Room Awards [2] Best Male Artist in a Leading Role Cabaret Cliff2003Nominated
Green Room Awards [2] Best Male Artist in a Leading Role Eureka Peter Lalor2004Nominated

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