Darcy Edwin Crouch | Actor, Speak Out
Graduating in 2013 with Honours in Creative Arts at the Flinders Drama Centre, Darcy has enjoyed a successful training experience, whilst demonstrating great tenacity in his craft with numerous professional appearances. His stage credits include; ‘Cheever’ (2009) in The Crucible directed by Tiffany Lyndall-Knight, ‘Andre’, ‘Grif’ & ‘Marty’ (2010) in the Australian Premier of Stove Pipe directed by Corey McMahon, ‘Ricko’ (2010) in Black Rock co-directed by Kym Begg & Rosalba Clemente, ‘Dan the Vicar’ & ‘Tony’ (2012) in Mouthful of Birds directed by Rosalba Clemente, an unconventional gender swap as ‘Madame de Volanges’ (2013) in Dangerous Liaisons directed by David Mealor, and most recently ‘Bennett’ in Punk Rock directed by Tom Healey. In 2013, Darcy also toured regional and Metropolitan S.A with Edwin Kemp Attrill & Act Now Theatre Co. Darcy received the SASA’s best performance award (2013) for his role as ‘Cod’ (2012) in Salvage Production’s award winning short film River Water written by Sara Jane West. Later in 2012 he played the role of ‘Tim’ in the award winning OZAsia film Pardesi written and directed by Danielle Tinker. He made his feature debut as ‘Toly’ (2012) in Tracks directed by John Curran and starring Mia Wasikowska and Most recently played the role of ‘Post Office Private’ in the upcoming ABC TV series ANZAC Girls. Darcy also demonstrated his knack for presenting landing a job as a TV Compare for a new Pop culture TV show IllestTV.