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Anthony Simcoe

Anthony Simcoe
Anthony Simcoe at Deepcon 2006
Born (1969-06-07) 7 June 1969
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Anthony Simcoe (born 7 June 1969) is an Australian actor, best known for his portrayal of Ka D'Argo in the science fiction television series Farscape.

The 1.98m (6 ft 6 in) Simcoe is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney. He holds an MFA in Drama, specializing in actor training.

Simcoe gained international fame when he was cast as Ka D'Argo in Farscape. He was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series in 2002 for his work on the show. He has also appeared in several other television series including Chameleon. He also does an appearance in the short film Syntax Error.

Between acting roles he works as a freelance corporate trainer. He also performs in the band "Signal Room" (formerly known as The Giant Killers, and Number 96). He has two sons, Willem Lee and Jackson Ty; both born on Fridays.

Filmography

Title Character Year Format Notes
The Inbetweeners 2 Ken Webster 2014 Film
Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities Danny Chubb 2009 TV Series Appearance 2 Episodes.
Rogue Nation Major George Johnston 2009 TV Series Appearance Episode 1:1
Nim's Island First Mate 2008 Film
Solo Jim 2006 Film
The Alice Melvyn Knigh 2005 TV Series Appearance Episode 1:19
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Ka D'Argo 2004 TV Series
Syntax Error Steve 2003 Film
Marking Time Scott Seaton 2003 Film
Farscape Ka D'Argo 1999-2003 TV series
The Castle Steve Kerrigan 1997 Film

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