Matt Nable is an Australian actor and writer. In 2007, which Nable wrote and played the lead in Paramount Pictures’ first Australian acquisition – the critically acclaimed The Final Winter. Following that success, he headed to the U.S. where he played the lead role in the television pilot SIS. Nable went on to star in such feature films as The Killer Elite with Jason Statham, Clive Owen and Robert De Niro; 33 Postcards with Guy Pearce; K-11 and The Turning, a chronicle of short films based on stories by Australian writer Tim Winton, with cast Hugo Weaving, Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne. Last year also saw the release of Riddick with Nable in a lead role alongside Vin Diesel.
On the small screen, Nable starred as Travis in the third season of the international award-winning Australian drama, East West 101. He also played Detective Sergeant Gary Jubelin in the fifth installment of the critically-acclaimed Australian series Underbelly: Badness. Recently, Nable starred as the lead, Jock Ross, in the gritty, six-part series about the war between two of Australia’s most notorious biker gangs, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms.
Up next, Nable will be seen starring in Around the Block with Christina Ricci; the horror-thriller In Cold Light; Son of a Gun alongside Ewan McGregor; the revenge and redemption drama Fell and Incarnate alongside Aaron Eckhart.
Nable is also a writer who has published two books with Penguin: “We Don’t Live Here Anymore” and “Faces in the Clouds.” Nable will soon release his third novel, “It Happened to Us.”