|Date of Birth||March 27, 1974|
|Origin||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
Life and Career
Curry was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Victoria in Australia, and grew up in a home with two brothers, Stephen and Andrew Curry. His first professional acting role was in the popular Australian soap opera Neighbours in 1995, on which he portrayed the character Luke Handley who remained popular on the series for just over one year (later returning for a cameo appearance in 2005 for the show's 20th Anniversary). After his time in the soap world, Curry went on to co-write and co-star in ABC sketch-show Flipside. Curry starred in Junction Boys, an American made-for-TV movie, alongside Tom Berenger. He appeared in other similar projects such as The King and Puppy.
In 2009, Curry joined the cast of another popular Australian soap opera, Home and Away, on which he portrayed Hugo Austin. Leading up to this role, he starred in a BBC-commissioned soap known as Out of the Blue and had the small role of Vishnu on Packed to the Rafters; he since left Home and Away, going on to host Beauty and the Geek Australia. Other TV roles include shows such as Pretty Little Liars, NCIS and Once Upon a Time. On the latter, he portrayed the role of Liam Jones, a celebrated navy captain and brother to current main character Killian Jones/Captain Hook.
Gallery of behind the scene stills released to promote the actor.