Marty Rhone is a multi-award-winning actor and singer who has accumulated a distinguished six decade career on the stage, in television and on film. Marty’s theatre credits include both West End London, Australian appearances in The King and I alongside Yul Brynner, Lou Diamond Phillips, Lisa McCune, and Jason Scott Lee. As the Kralahome in the Opera Australia production he was nominated for a Helpmann Award as Best Supporting Actor.
He appeared in the original Sydney production of Godspell with John Waters and appeared with Jackie Weaver in God Save the Queen. He wrote the music for the Machiavellian farce La Mandragola and played the medieval storyteller and was on stage throughout. On television he was a regular cast member of No 96 and Class of 75 and more recently has appeared in American series Bull and Preacher as well as Harrow, Wentworth, Under the Milky Way and Doctor Blake Murder Mysteries.
He has had lead roles in two internationally released films Rise and Comet Kids. His ethnic diversity (Australian, Asian, Dutch, British heritage) and an ability with various accents, including several US dialects, has him in demand to play many nationalities: European, Asian and American. He is also an in-demand voice over artist and has worked both in Australia and the US in this capacity. As a vocalist and recording artist he has achieved 5 x #1 hits that have seen him perform in the UK, Asia and the US.
Marty has most recently added Video Games to his already impressive resume, working throughout 2022 with some of Hollywood’s finest in a leading role and directed by one of the industry’s trailblazers . This hugely anticipated project is not due for completion until well into 2023. ‘Trial and Error’, a short film Rhone stars solo in was an Official Selection and Finalist at the 2023 Cannes World Film Festival.
Marty features in the top-billed cast alongside George Miller, Norman Reedus, Lea Seydoux, Elle Fanning, and Troy Baker in Hideo Kojima’s blockbuster new game title, Death Stranding 2: On The Beach. Marty is lending his vocal and acting performance via motion capture to a new lead role in the franchise, a character featuring the face of George Miller.