Meyne Wyatt

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Kalgoorlie born actor Meyne Wyatt was just 18 when he was accepted into the National Institute of Dramatic Art and has created a buzz in the industry with non-stop theatre productions, TV and film work since graduating NIDA class of 2010.

After graduating, Meyne delivered a truly powerful performance in Griffin Theatre’s production of The Brothers Size. He then followed this up with a standout performance as alienated Aboriginal teen Squid in Griffin Theatre’s Silent Disco, for which he was named Best Newcomer in the 2011 Sydney Theatre Awards. From there, he stepped onto Sydney Theatre Company’s main stage in the Stephen Page production of Bloodland, which also toured to the Adelaide Festival and QPAC in 2012.

In 2012, Meyne performed in the Belvoir Street/Urban Theatre Project/Sydney Festival coproduction of The Buried City. Meyne then embarked on a national tour of Bell Shakespeare’s The School for Wives, in the lead role of Horace before also appearing in Wayne Blair’s feature film The Sapphires, which debuted at Cannes Film Festival.

In 2013, Meyne starred in the lead role of Ralph Meyers production of Peter Pan at Belvoir St Theatre which toured New York in late 2013. Meyne then starred in one of the films comprising feature film project The Turning, based on Tim Winton’s short story collection.

Meyne landed the lead role in ABC’s Logie winning series, Redfern Now (series 2) for which he was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Actor, The Graham Kennedy Award for Best Newcomer at the 2014 TV Week Logie Awards and a 2014 Equity Ensemble Nomination.

In 2014 Meyne was part of the Ensemble cast in the Queensland Theatre Company’s production of Black Diggers directed by Wesley Enoch. He then filmed a supporting role in the upcoming ABC TV Sketch show Black Comedy before beginning work on Kim Farrant’s thriller Strangerland opposite

Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving and Joseph Fiennes.

From 2014-2016 Meyne also played the reoccurring role of Nate on the TV series Neighbours. In 2015 he landed a role in the feature film What If It Works? directed by Romi Trower. That same year Meyne joined Geoffrey Rush on the main stage of the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of King Lear followed by a role in US Warner Brothers television series The Leftovers.

Prior to attending NIDA, Meyne also gained a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Theatre from WAAPA. During his time there, he acted in commissioned work Frankenstein, as Clerval and in The Lion of Nemea by David Milroy. Meyne is also an accomplished artist; his year 12 self-portrait was exhibited in the State Art Gallery as well as in Japan.


  1. It was a privilege to work with Meyne for RMIT’s 2020 Open Day campaign. His ability to embody distinct characters, and bring scripts to life is second to none. Meyne seamlessly incorporated direction into his recording, and I can confidently say the content we produced has been made stronger, and more human as a result of his talent, professionalism and expertise.

    Catherine Sietkiewicz - Senior Advisor – Communications Content - RMIT University

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