Ryan Carter

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Hair Brown - Dark
Eyes Blue
Height 183cm
Age 33
Location New Zealand - Auckland

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Photographs by Dean O’Gorman



Artist, Rock Climbing, Sign Language, Skiing, Water Skiing


American (standard), Australian, New York, RP, Southern American

Acting Experience


2022Power Rangers: Dino Charge, 'Heckyl (recurring)'

Marvista Entertainment Dir: Various
2021Mr. Corman, 'Young Artie'

A24 Dir: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
2021The Brokenwood Mysteries: Series VI, 'Caleb'

South Pacific Pictures Dir: Various
2020The Secrets She Keeps, 'Regan Cole'

Lingo Pictures Dir: Catherine Millar & Jennifer Leacey
2018Straight Forward, 'Emil Iversen (recurring)'

Screentime Productions Dir: Charlie Haskell & Ric Pellizzeri
2016Shortland Street, 'Cam McCaskill (recurring)'

South Pacific Pictures Dir: Various


2017Red Speedo, 'Ray (lead)'

Auckland Theatre Company Dir: Benjamin Henson
2014Rausch, 'Ensemble'

NIDA Dir: Jessica Arthur
2013Danny in the Deep Blue Sea, 'Danny'

Industry Showcase Dir: Phillip Quast
2013Almost Maine, 'Chad'

Industry Showcase Dir: Dean Carey
2013Closer, 'Dan'

Industry Showcase Dir: Lewis Fitz-Gerald
2013Curse of the Starving Class, 'Wesley'

Theatre USA Dir: Rodney Fisher
2013Joe Turners Come & Gone, 'Ruben'

Theatre USA Dir: Rodney Fisher
2012Stories from the West Side, 'Ian'

Dir: Dean Carey
2012Macbeth, 'Macbeth'

Dir: Joseph Uchitel

Short Film

2018Confessions of a Highly Emotional Bag Man, 'Peter'

Sideways Productions
2014Blue Myst, 'Tom Hamilton (lead)'

Story Rock Star Dir: Pauline Findlay

Television Commercials




11-13Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts (Acting)

Actors Centre, Australia



Ryan Carter is an actor/painter.

His television/film credits include Power Rangers (Nickelodeon), Shortland Street, Brokenwood (South Pacific Pictures) The Secrets She Keeps (Channel 7) Mr Corazon (A24) Oddly Even and Staight Forward (TVNZ). Stage credits include Red Speedo (Auckland Theatre Company) A Month in the Country, Curse of the Starving Class, Macbeth (Actors Centre Australia) and Russian Transport (Darlinghurst Theatre Company).