Antony Starr bio, age, height, weight, net worth, salary, nationality, ethnicity
Facts of Antony Starr
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For a long time, Antony Starr has kept his personal life hidden. That’s why there were rumors that he was gay. However, there have been rumors that he is dating Lucy McLay.
Quick Facts of Antony Starr
Is Lucy McLay your wife?
When it comes to his love life, Antony tries to keep a low profile. As a result, the majority of us are conflicted regarding his relationship status. It’s impossible to say whether he’s married or dating.
Lucy McLay has been mentioned as Antony’s partner on numerous sites, including his wiki page.
If that’s the case, they must have met about 2004, because that’s the first time we saw them on television together. They had previously collaborated on the film Without A Paddle.
Then, in a 2014 interview with the NZ Herald, he recalled his fiancée, who said she couldn’t watch his combat sequences in Banshee’s horrific clashes because she couldn’t see him fight. And we’re guessing the girlfriend he’s referring to is Lucy McLay.
It will be their sixth year together if they are still in a relationship.
Hopefully, Antony will come clean soon and put an end to his followers’ speculation about his relationship status.
Antony’s Net Worth is a well-kept secret.
The outstanding New Zealand actor has a net worth of $2 million as a result of his professional acting career.
Antony began his professional acting career in the 1990s with guest parts on Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and Shortland Street. He is known for his dual role as twins Jethro and Van West in New Zealand’s smash comedy/drama Outrageous Fortune.
He won the 2007 Air New Zealand Screen Award for Performance by an Actor, Best Actor at the Asian T.V.V. Awards, and Best Actor at the Qantas Television Awards for his part in Outrageous Fortunes. In 2005, he was named Best Actor at the inaugural Qantas T.V.V. Awards.
He made three cameo appearances in the television series Mercy Peaks Todd Van der Velter in 2001. He played Waverley Wilson’s brother in the soap drama Shortland Street. Since then, he’s had recurring appearances in shows like Hard Out (a kids’ show), guest appearances in dramas like Street Legal and P.E.T. Detectives, and a cameo in Serial Killers (a comedy series).
He made his acting debut in the film No.2 in 2006. The World’s Fastest Indian, Without a Paddie, and In My Father’s Den are among his other cinematic credits.
In 2012, Starr was nominated for a Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Award and an Australian Film Institute (AACTA) Award for his role in the Australian film “Wish You Were Here.” Recently, he played Garrett Hawthorne in the television series “American Gothic.” He also had a prominent role in Cinemax’s Banshee series as ex-con Lucas Hood.
In January 2018, he starred as The Homelander in the web television series The Boys. The second season will premiere in September 2020, and the third season has already been picked up for a third season. Then, in 2020, he starred in Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, a sketch comedy TV show.
Biography of Antony Starr
Antony Starr, who was born in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1975, celebrates his birthday every year on October 25th. The 43-year-old actor was born under the sign of Scorpio. He is of Caucasian white origin and bears the nationality of New Zealand. Antony stands at 1.80 meters (5 feet and 11 inches tall).
He attended the University of Auckland for his study.