Matthew Nable Biography
Matthew Nable is an Australian film and television actor, writer, sports commentator, and former professional rugby league footballer.
After playing in the Winfield Cup Premiership during the 1990s for the Manly-Warringah and South Sydney clubs, he wrote and starred in the rugby league-centered drama The Final Winter in 2007. Nable went on to act in films such as Killer Elite and Riddick and appeared on The CW’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow as Ra’s al Ghul.
Matthew Nable Age
Nable was born on Marchc8, 1972, in Australia. He is 46 years old as of March 2019.
Matthew Nable Family
Noble’s family details are under review but he grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney and also, as a young boy, spent two years at Portsea, Victoria, when his father, Dave, a soldier, was stationed there.
Matthew Nable Dating
there is no information about Nable’s dating
Matthew Nable Height
Nable has a height of 1.8 meters.
Matthew Nable Career
Nable rose through the junior ranks at the Manly-Warringah club and made five appearances for the Graham Lowe-coached team over 1991 and 1992. Following this, he wouldn’t appear in the premiership until 1995 when he played three games for the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
After another season in England where he played for Carlisle before moving to the London Broncos, Nable quit football and then tried his hand at boxing, fighting for the state light-heavyweight title as an amateur. He then worked as a beer salesman and personal trainer, but eventually decided to leave paid employment to become a writer.
After encouragement from his mentor, Booker Prize-winning novelist Thomas Keneally, Nable wrote a screenplay for The Final Winter based on his unpublished novel of the same name. With friends, he also managed to raise $1.6m and they worked together to make the film. The film was released in 2007, and earned critical praise but was a box office failure.
Nable went on to act in the United States as a Los Angeles detective in the 2008 television movie S.I.S.. In 2009, his book We Don’t Live Here Anymore was published, in 2011 he published his second book Faces in the Clouds, which won critical praise.
He worked as a writer on Channel 7’s new rugby league comedy programme, The Matty Johns Show.
Nable appeared in the main cast of critically acclaimed and award-winning SBS drama series, East West 101, and in the 2011 action film Killer Elite along with Clive Owen, Robert De Niro, Yvonne Strahovski, Jason Statham, and Dominic Purcell.
Nable starred in the 2012 Australian drama series, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms. That same year he was announced as a cast member of another Australian TV series, Underbelly: Badness. He also had a role in the film 33 Postcards.
He appeared in the 2013 sci-fi film Riddick aopposite Vin Diesel.
In March 2014 it was reported that Nable would appear in the Nine network’s upcoming miniseries Gallipoli.
On 4th September, Stephen Amell announced on Facebook that Nable would portray the role of Ra’s al Ghul on the third season of Arrow. Despite Liam Neeson (Ra’s al Ghul in The Dark Knight Trilogy) expressing an interest in reprising his role for the television series’ third season and the CW Network reaching out to him, he was unavailable and Nable was cast as Ra’s instead. IGN’s Jesse Scheeden said he brought “charisma and danger to the part”. Nable portrayed the character in ten episodes of the third season. He reprised his role in Legends of Tomorrow.
On October 9 Matt guest starred on FX network’s , Mr. Inbetween as a hit man for hire.
Matthew Nable Net Worth
Nable’s net worth is estimated to around 11 million dollars.
Matthew Nable Books
- We don’t live here anymore (2009)
- Faces in the clouds (2011)
Matthew Nable Movies and TV Shows
The Final Winter
East West 101
Detective Neil Travis
Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms
Detective Sergeant Gary Jubelin
Around the Block
Son of a Gun
In Cold Light
Ra’s al Ghul
Sergeant Harry Perceval
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
Ra’s al Ghul
Hyde and Seek
Lt. Colonel Cooney
Blue Murder: Killer Cop
In Cold Light
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