Alex Dimitriades is an award-winning actor, who made his debut with the hit feature film, The Heartbreak Kid. This was followed by an outstanding turn in Head On (Cannes Film Festival selection), which earned him his first AFI Best Actor nomination in 1998 and Film Critics Circle of Australia winner for Best Actor. He also received a supporting actor nomination from AFI in 2001 for his role in La Spagnola. Other film performances include Three Blind Mice, Ghost Ship, Deuce Bigalow, Kings of Mykonos, Summer Coda, The Infinite Man. Dimitriades received a 2015 AACTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Ruben Guthrie, the film adaptation of Brendan Cowell’s critically acclaimed stage play. In 2012, Dimitriades won the 2012 AACTA award for Best Lead Actor in a TV drama for critically acclaimed ABC miniseries The Slap and also played the title role in the SBS drama The Principal, directed by Kriv Stenders and produced by Ian Collie. He has starred in acclaimed series’ Seven Types of Ambiguity directed by Glendyn Ivin, Matt Saville and Ana Kokkinos; Matchbox Pictures’ Wanted and Secret City alongside Jacki Weaver and Damon Herriman and in Network 10’s Wake in Fright, directed by Kriv Stenders. Dimitriades was most recently seen in The Cry on ABC, alongside Ewen Leslie and Jenna Coleman, and the Netflix series Tidelands.