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A NIDA graduate, John Curtin College of the Arts graduate, and recipient of the Mike Walsh Fellowship for Acting, Dorje has consistently worked on stage and screen since graduating.

In Feature Films, he recently starred as the villain Sio Bohan in The Tail Job (Winner of the Jury Prize for Best Film at CATE festival in LA and Slamdance Official Selection in Park City, Utah)  and as the loveable reformed alcoholic Podge in the Sony Pictures comedy hit, Spin Out.

On the Small Screen, Australian audiences know him best as "The Barista" love rat from Wonderland, but he has also had extensive guest roles on Home and Away, City Homicide, Sea Patrol, Gangs of Oz and Sam Fox Adventures.

On Stage, he is one of Australia's hardest working actors, regularly appearing for Bell Shakespeare, Riverside Theatre, Sport for Jove, Griffin Theatre and many other theatre companies,  often touring the nation.

For a full list of credits or to make a booking, click here.

 

Headshot and Stills Gallery

 
 

 FEATURE FILMS:

 

The Tail Job -

 

Official Selection:

Slamdance Film Festival, Utah 2016,

Cinema At The Edge Festival, Santa Monica 2016.  

Role: The Villain: Sio Bohan.  

SBS On Demand link

Facebook page

IMDB

 

SPIn OUt

 

Sony Pictures Australia film

Role: Podge

Itunes Film link

Australia On Screen

Ten Australian Films for 2016

IMDB

 

2018 Golden Pencil Winner at Award AwardS for Best Film/Video Charity -  "The Big Deal"

 

Went Viral Worldwide with over 6 Million Views and received International Acclaim 

International Praise from:

Buzzfeed

BBC

Daily Mail

News.com.au

Campaign Brief

 

 

 Theatre CREDITS,

WITH CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

 

DRESDEN,

KXT BAKEHOUSE, 2018

 
 

She Rode Horses Like The Stock Exchange,

KXT BAKEHOUSE, 2017

 
 

Hakawati,

Riverside Theatre, 2017

 
 

Three Sisters,

Sport For Jove, 2016

 
 

As You Like It,

Bell Shakespeare, 2015

 
 

A Riff On Keef:  The Human Myth,

Griffin Theatre, 2015

 
 

Platonov,

ATYP, 2014

 
 

Lenny Bruce: 13 Daze Un-Dug in Sydney 1962,

Tamarama Rock Surfers, 2013

 
 

    Games in the Backyard,

The Wharf, 2012

 
 

I Only Came To Use The Phone,

Darlinghurst Theatre, 2011