Stephen Hunter's extensive acting career spans both film and television. Stephen's major international big screen role was as the Dwarf Bombur in all three of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films. Stephen began his career on NZ television before landing the role of Sharpie on the Australian Network Ten's series Love My Way. Stephen quickly followed this with lead guest roles on the Seven Network's All Saints, Nine's Rescue Special Op, HBO's The Leftovers, ABC's Janet King, STAN's Wolf Creek, Netflix's Wanted, BBC/Showtime's Wakefield, US ABC Studios' Reef Break, BBC & STAN's The Tourist and most recently in Barons for ABC. Stephen's comedic TV credits include roles on Nickelodeon's The GO Show, Foxtel's Spirited, the NZ series Fresh Eggs, ABC comedies Review with Miles Barlow, and series Rosehaven, and a lead role in the ABC animated series CJ the DJ. Stephen's feature film credits include the lead role of Madcap in the sci-fi action-adventure Blue World Order opposite Billy Zane & Jack Thompson, and the thriller Escape from Pretoria alongside Daniel Radcliff. Stephen's other feature credits include the Australian/Indian feature UNindian, the Australian/Chinese feature The Whistle Blower, the Australian/UK comedy Two Heads Creek, Killing Ground, and The Merger. Most recently Stephen appeared as the Fur God in Thor: Love & Thunder. Stephen also starred in the short film MESSiAH opposite David Gulpilil. Stephen was recently nominated for Best Supporting Actor, by Film Critics Circle of Australia, for his portrayal of Doug in Ruby's Choice, starring alongside Jane Seymour, Jacqueline McKenzie & Coco Jac Gilles. Stephen will next be seen in Heartbreak High for Netflix, and the US feature Children of the Corn, written and directed by Kurt Wimmer.
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