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Josh Ockenden


Josh Ockenden is a British-Australian actor, who spent his early years growing up in the Canary Islands, Malaysia and Brisbane, Australia. After high school Josh trained in theatre on the Y.A.S. program with NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts), before moving to study in L.A. in 2010. He has worked on several T.V. projects including The ... See full bio »
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Known For

Weaverfish
Weaverfish Matt Devlin
(2013)
Project Eden: Vol. I
Project Eden: Vol. I Michael Lawson
(2017)
Shifters
Shifters Evan Ross
(2011)
Neon
Neon Bennet
(2011)

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 2017 Project Eden: Vol. I
Michael Lawson
 2015 Arthur & Merlin
Saxon
 2014 Through the Lens
Freddie Carson
 2013 Weaverfish
Matt Devlin
 2012 The Underwater Realm (Short)
Scavenger (1588)
 2011 Shifters (TV Series)
Evan Ross
- Echoes of Yesterday: Part 1 ... Evan Ross
- East Is West ... Evan Ross
- Pilot ... Evan Ross
- Memories ... Evan Ross
 2011 The Digger (TV Movie)
Prvt. Will Turner
 2011 Damaged (Short)
Michael
 2011/I Neon (Short)
Bennet
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 2011 Damaged (Short) (co-producer)

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