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Combining good looks and an innate acting ability, MARTIN HENDERSON (REED CASSIDY) is an exciting new member of the 'next wave' of actors making their way to Hollywood from Australia and New Zealand. He was last seen in the hit Bollywood musical Bride and Prejudice, an Indian adaptation of the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice, from director Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham). He recently finished shooting the independent crime thriller Little Fish starring opposite Cate Blanchett and Sam Neill, in Australia. Henderson has also been seen in the Warner Brothers action feature Torque, set in the world of motorcycle racing, opposite Ice Cube, as well as in John Woo's Windtalkers, and Gore Verbinski's horror hit The Ring, opposite Naomi Watts

Born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Henderson was introduced to acting when Strangers, a local television program, held an open casting call at his elementary school. He was thirteen years old when he was cast in this series and he has been acting professionally ever since. In 1993 Henderson won the 'Best Male Dramatic Performance in a Television Show' award at the New Zealand Television and Film Awards (equivalent to the Emmy Awards here in the US) for his role as 'Stuart' on Shortland Street.

In 1995 Henderson moved to Sydney, Australia where he played an Olympian in training on the series Sweat and was later cast opposite Radha Mitchell in the feature Kick, a film set in the world of the Sydney ballet. In order to prepare himself for acting in the United States, Henderson moved to New York in 1997 and began a two-year program of study at the Neighborhood Playhouse, and appeared in the off-Broadway play Ophelia Thinks Harder at the Samuel Beckett Theatre. Henderson currently lives in Los Angeles.


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