SHANE DEBUTED ON STAGE…
as Snow White in his grade 6 graduation play. The captivated audience was later shocked to realise Shane wasn't in fact a young girl.
Furthering his love for the theatre at La Trobe University, Shane appeared in a number of student productions; including A Clockwork Orange at the Northcote Town Hall. Life then shifted to Manchester and the UK, and Shane began to develop a passion for film.
Shane appeared as the Bellboy in Road to Boston, 1947 – a Korean-Australian production; telling the story of the 1947 Boston Marathon.
He played Lt Harry Morgan in My Friend, My Enemy – a WW2 drama set during the Allied inavsion of Normandy, written and directed by Stringybark’s Ben Head.
My Friend, My Enemy was recently announced as an official selection for the 2020 St. Kilda Film Festival.
He also played the lead in Double Black – the VCA graduating film written and directed by long-time friend and collaborator Andrew Kirkman.
An award winning screenplay, Double Black is a (very) dark drama/comedy/sports film about mountainbikes, masculinity and modern man.
Shane wrote, produced and performed Echoes of Villers-Bretonneux, a one-man show about the 15th Brigade AIF in WW1, which debuted at the Courthouse Theatre as part of the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Echoes of Villers-Bretonneux enjoyed a successful full season at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which included a number of sold-out shows and 4-star reviews.
He also appeared in the historical feature film Stringybark as Dan Kelly, and made his TV debut in Neighbours, as Felix Benson.
Shane has performed in over 20 short films, including Ruby Tuesday, which screened at the St Kilda Film Festival & the Arkansas Food and Wine Festival. Shane played on stage in Loose Teeth at La Mama Theatre, and The Helendale Nude Footy Calendar at Gasworks Theatre.
Shane is represented by Bedford & Pearce.