March 20, 1971 (52)
Murray Bartlett is an Australian actor best known for his dramatic roles on TV series. This includes his Primetime Emmy-winning supporting role in HBO’s “The White Lotus”, starring alongside Jennifer Coolidge, Sydney Sweeney, Steve Zahn, Connie Britton, Jake Lacy, and Alexandra Daddario. In 2022, he had roles in “Physical” with Rose Byrne and “Welcome to Chippendales” with Kumail Nanjiani and Juliette Lewis.
Bartlett began his acting career in the late 1990s and soon gained recognition for his outstanding work. He has appeared in several popular TV series, including “Guiding Light,” “Sex and the City,” and “Nashville.” His most prominent role to date has been in the HBO series “Looking,” where he played the character of Dom Basaluzzo, a middle-aged waiter chasing his dreams of opening his own restaurant. His portrayal of Dom was widely appreciated, and he received critical acclaim for his performance.
In addition to his work on TV, Bartlett has also made notable appearances in several independent films. He starred in the 2011 film “August,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and later appeared in the 2016 film “The Headhunter’s Calling.” His performance in the latter earned him a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the Canadian Screen Awards.
Bartlett’s talent has not gone unnoticed in the theater world, where he has also made a name for himself. He has performed in various productions, including “The Seagull,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and “The Cherry Orchard.” His exceptional work on stage has earned him recognition and respect from his peers in the industry.