Josh Quong Tart
Josh Quong Tart (born 18 September 1975 in Sydney) is an Australian actor.
Josh Quong Tart
|Born||18 September 1975|
|Years active||Since 1992|
Tart attended the McDonald College before he was accepted into National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1994, graduating in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in Performing Arts. He is a descendant of prominent Chinese Australian Mei Quong Tart, who ran a popular tea house in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney, and was also an early Chinese ambassador to Australia. He is the youngest of four boys in his family.
Tart's list of television credits includes the role of Will Monk on headLand, a drama series airing on the Seven Network and Matt Horner on the Australian award-winning series All Saints. Josh was also an original co-host on the kids TV show Sarvo with Jamie Croft on Foxtel's Nickelodeon.
Quong Tart featured alongside actress Genevieve Lemon and brother Byron Tart in the stage show, Lemon Tart in 2006 and 2007. Tart joined the cast of Home and Away in 2007 as Miles "Milco" Copeland. In October 2011, Tart announced he was departing Home and Away after nearly four years.
In August 2013, it was announced that Tart would play Scar in the 2013–16 Australian production of Disney's The Lion King (nicknamed the Antelope Tour), premiering in Sydney at The Capitol Theatre in December 2013. The show also played in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth and closed in January 2016.
|2001||All Saints||Vincent Sterling, Matt Horner||1999 (Guest)1 episode, 2001–2003–(Main role) 66 episode, 2004 (Guest) 1 episode|
|2004||McLeod's Daughters||Grant Meldrum||2004 (Guest) Season 4, Episode 27|
|2005||headLand||Will Monk||2005–2006 (Main role)|
|2006||Lemon Tart||Himself||2006–2007 (stage show)|
|2007||Home and Away||Miles Copeland||2007–2011 (Main role)|
|2010||Shock||Shitstick||short film for Tropfest 2010|
|2012||The Great Mint Swindle||Brian Mickelberg||Telemovie|
|2012||Underbelly: Badness||Andrew Perish|
|2013||Around the Block||Barry Griffen|
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- "Student Prospectus". McDonald College. Archived from the original on 30 September 2009. Retrieved 13 April 2010.
- Idato, Michael (14 December 2007). "Kate departs the bay for new horizons". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 4 April 2011.
- Davies, Rebecca (17 October 2011). "'Home and Away's Josh Quong Tart confirms departure from show". Digital Spy. Hearst Magazines UK. Retrieved 17 October 2011.
- "Who's who in Badness". TV Week. ACP Magazines (32): 21. 11–17 August 2012.
- Lion King The Musical Archived 27 September 2013 at the Wayback Machine
- Cunningham, Harriet (12 January 2020). "Simply extraordinary: Josh Quong Tart dazzles in reimagining of 70s blockbuster". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 5 February 2020.
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