Aug. 12th, 1970
Somerset, England, UK
Charles Mesure's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2005 - Boogeyman
Guest TV Roles
Charles William David Mesure (born on 12 August 1970 in Somerset, England) is an actor.
When Mesure was five, his family moved to Australia and he grew up in Sydney. Mesure attended Newington College (1982–1987) and graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Australia, with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1995. The same year he moved to New Zealand where he soon picked up a few acting roles. Mesure has acted, directed, designed, and written upwards of thirty productions for the Sydney University Drama Society while studying law. In 1998 he was nominated for a Best Actor New Zealand Television Award for his work as Ryan Waters on the New Zealand soap opera, City Life and in 2003 he won the Best Supporting Actor award for his work as Kees Van Damm on the New Zealand drama, Street Legal. Mesure appeared as a supporting character in Season 1 of the American TV series V, and was promoted to a regular series cast member for Season 2.
Mesure is known in the United States for his role as the archangel Michael in the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. He has played guest roles on hit shows such as Lost, Without a Trace, Bones and Stacked. Mesure has also had a recurring role as the reporter JD Pollack on Crossing Jordan. He has previously played movie roles in Boogeyman with Barry Watson, Emily Deschanel and Lucy Lawless, Mee Shee: The Water Giant with Bruce Greenwood, Rena Owen and Joel Tobeck, and Superfire with D. B. Sweeney, Chad Donella and Diane Farr.
In 2009, he played Detective-Sergeant Zane Gerard in the New Zealand drama Outrageous Fortune.
In 2010, he plays Alec Ross, the lead character in Television New Zealand's new drama series, This Is Not My Life.
- Has Brown Hair
- Has Blue/Green Eyes
- Graduate of N.I.D.A.
- He graduated from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1995.
- 1998 - He was nominated for a New Zealand Television Awards in the Best Actor catagory for his work as Ryan in "City Life" (1996)
- Acted, directed, designed and/or wrote upwards of thirty productions for Sydney University Drama Society while studying law there.
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