2015 Graduate

Dylan Hare

Dylan has worked in several productions on stage, film and television. Recently Dylan has been involved in a series of productions at ACA. He has played Weston Hurley in “Fifth of July” directed by Kevin Jackson, Vershinin in “Three Sisters” directed by Stefanos Rassios, the Duke of York in “Henry VI – Part III” directed by George Ogilvie and William in “As You Like It” directed by Jennifer West. Dylan trained in several courses and master classes with a range of great tutors, both in Australia and the USA, before accepting the offer to study full-time at ACA, where he will graduate in June 2015. Prior to his time at ACA, Dylan worked on the feature film “Drown,” directed by Dean Francis, where he played a troubled life guard.

He has been in several TVCs, including Bonds, KFC, Fitness Plus and Bohemian Cider. Dylan is from the small country town of Deniliquin, located in southern NSW. He grew up in the bush, where he worked on the land with his father and helped his mother raise injured wildlife. He moved around Australia, working as a personal trainer, and travelled the world before settling in Sydney where he is now working on making a successful career in the arts.

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