Rhys Wakefield Biography
Rhys Wakefield is an established Australian actor and director who recently starred as Freddy Burns in Season 3 of HBO’s True Detective.
He won the 2013 Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Rhys Wakefield Age
He was born on 20 November 1988 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. he is 20 years old as of 2018.
Rhys Wakefield Height
He stands at a height of 1.83 m.
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He was born to Chris Wakefield and Elizabeth Wakefield. His mother, Elizabeth, is a medical standards officer while his father serves in the army. He has an elder brother called Luke Wakefield.
He began following his dreams of being an actor since 2000 when he appeared in an Australian comedy-drama film called Bootmen where he played the role of a Dancing Kid. After two year, he appeared in an Australian children’s TV program called Don’t Blame Me with the role of Brad.
He attended high school at The McDonald College and earned a scholarship to study acting at the same college in 2003. While in college, he appeared in several school productions and at the same time working at Opera Australia and the Australian ballet. He studied at McDonald College till 2006 and also studied acting at the Zenith Theatre. he finally graduated in 2006.
Rhys Wakefield Wife
He is not married and neither has he been linked romantically to anyone lately. He was previously linked to the beautiful Australian actress called Indiana Evans. The two began dating in February 2006 and after dating for nine months, they ended their relationship in November 2006. After their separation, the blue-eyed and blond haired actor has not been seen with or rumoured to be romantically involved with anyone.
Rhys Wakefield Movies And Tv Shows
The Grand Son
You Get Me
Paint it Black
Echoes of War
After the Dark
The Black Balloon
Home and Away
Don’t Blame Me
Rhys Wakefield Net Worth
From his great work as an actor, he has accumulated a net worth of $3 million.
Rhys Wakefield True Detective
He plays his role as Freddy Burns in Season 3.
Rhys Wakefield Endless Love
He stars as Keith Butterfield.
Rhys Wakefield Home And Away
He starred as Lucas Holden, the youngest member of the Holden family.
Rhys Wakefield The Purge
He stars as the polite stranger.
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Rhys Wakefield The Purge Interview
‘The Purge’ Star Rhys Wakefield Talks Psychopaths & New Projects In An Interview
Horror Fuel: “Did you enjoy getting in touch with your darker side for The Purge?”
Rhys: “I really did. I enjoy dark characters. You have to find a sense of empathy with those characters. He’s just a well-dressed psychopath who just wants to Purge.”
Horror Fuel: “That smile is so eerie. Did you already know that you could do that look or did you discover it while filming, kind of accidentally?”
Rhys: “[laughter] I knew I could do this almost devilish smile. ”
Horror Fuel: “That’s a good way to describe it, devilish.
Have you seen Truth or Dare yet? There are a couple of scenes where the possessed characters do something very similar with their smile, almost like an homage. When I watched the movie I automatically thought of that porch scene in The Purge.”
Rhys: “Awe, thank you for thinking of me. I have not, but I might have to see it.”
Horror Fuel: “Given the opportunity would you Purge or would you hide?”
Rhys: “I would absolutely hide. I’m still taken back by the number of people who are into the idea. It is a bit disturbing.”
Horror Fuel: “Your character was a bit evil, you played it well.”
Rhys: “Thank you.”
Horror Fuel: “Can you tell us anything about your role in the upcoming third season of True Detective?”
Rhys: “I’m sorry I can’t yet.”
Horror Fuel: “I get it. You can’t blame me for trying [laughter]. I absolutely love the show. I look forward to seeing you in action.”
Rhys: “[laughter] Thank you. It’s fantastic.”
Horror Fuel: “Do you know the premiere date? I’ve tried to find it.”
Rhys: “I know it will come out in 2019.”
Horror Fuel: “The Grand Son, also known as American Pets, will soon be coming out. What do you think drives your character, Tod? Is it greed or lust? Because you have to admit, Tod gets busy a lot in the film [laughter].”
Rhys: “[laughter] He does. But I think it is a bit of both. He comes from a very narcissistic family who puts more stock into possessions than anything else.”
Horror Fuel: “Did he kill by accident or was it a choice?”
Rhys: “We wanted to leave that up for interpretation. What do you think happened?”
Horror Fuel: “Spoiler-free version? I think it was a bit of an accident, but once it happened he was okay with it. He seemed panicked at first, then pleased with the situation he created.”
Rhys: “That may have been the case. We, Robert and I, wanted the audience to decide for themselves.”
Horror Fuel: “At times the character is a bit hard to read, but I guess that’s the case with a lot of psychopaths. Can you explain the relationship he has with his sister?”
Rhys: “He is definitely a psychopath. I think that a lot of the women in the film serve as a type of mother figure. With Lani (Fabianne Therese), he’s in more of a fatherly, protective role. She’s the only one he truly trusts. He’s only looking out for himself and her.”
Horror Fuel: “What do you hope viewers take away from The Grand Son?”
Rhys: “The film is like a strange feeling, it’s hard to explain. Most of all I hope that the audience is entertained by a few colorful characters. Ultimately, we just want the audience to be entertained.”
Horror Fuel: “Now the dreaded question, what’s next for you?”
Rhys: ” I have a movie that I wrote and will direct that is coming out next year.”
Horror Fuel: “What is the title?”
Rhys: “It’s my Untitled Hollywood Hills Project.”
Horror Fuel: “What genre is it?”
Rhys: “It’s a dark comedy thriller, with Nick Cage, Jack Falahee, and James Roday. It’s about two guys who accidentally kill their friend and it unfolds over a night. It’s a bit A.D.D. I guess would be a good way to put it, it’s funny. You’ll have to see it for yourself, it will be out next year.”
Horror Fuel: “Congratulations! I look forward to seeing it. You have made several short films also. Am I right?”
Rhys: “I have. This will be my first feature.”
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