Martin Delaney is a British actor known for 'Zero Dark Thirty', 'Flags Of Our Fathers', 'Beowulf and Grendel' and 'Now You See Me 2'.
Delaney started acting by performing in theatre in the West End. He starred in 'Oliver!' at the London Palladium, as well 'Peter Pan - The British Musical' at the Cambridge Theatre, Covent Garden. Other stage roles include playing the young lead in Roy Williams' 'Local Boy' at The Hampstead Theatre. He later played the lead role of Rochester in the Theatre 503's production of 'The Ministry of Pleasure' and played the role of Luke in the UK debut of American Broadway hit 'Next Fall' at the Southwark Playhouse.
His screen career started at just 18 when he starred in Nickelodeon's first British TV show, the BAFTA nominated 'Renford Rejects', which he appeared in for 4 years. He starred in 'Family Affairs' for 3 years, earning him multiple award nominations for Best Newcomer and Best Actor. He later joined New Zealand's biggest drama 'Shortland Street' playing a regular in the show. His career is made up of numerous appearances in classic British TV dramas such as 'Wycliffe', 'Pie in The Sky', 'Casualty' as well as hits such as 'The Promise', 'The Shadow Line', 'Robin Hood' and 'Victoria Cross Heroes'.
His comedy work includes 'Rock & Chips', 'Teenage Kicks', 'Two Pints of Lager', BAFTA winning 'Him & Her' and 'Father in Law', as well as writing additional material for multi-award nominated, 'The Kevin Bishop Show'.
Delaney's movie experience, is made up of both British and Hollywood projects. He plays Tony in the British Asian comedy 'Amar, Akbar and Tony'. Other film work includes Oscar-nominated 'Flags of Our Fathers' (Dir: Clint Eastwood), Oscar-winning 'Zero Dark Thirty' (Dir: Kathryn Bigelow), 'The Little Riders', 'Gadgetman', 'Stormhouse', 'Bonded by Blood 2', 'Beowulf & Grendel' and 'Now You See Me 2' (Dir: Jon M. Chu). British feature 'Judas Ghost' has earned him multiple Best Actor nominations, including New York's Buffalo Dreams Festival, as well as one win for Best Actor, at Bram Stoker Festival UK.
Delaney Co-Produced festival favorite and multiple award winning documentary 'Wrath of Gods', as well as Producing and Directing short film 'Queen's Mile'.
Name: Martin Delaney
Known for: Zero Dark Thirty
BirthDay: 01, Jun ,1982