Dylan has been working as a freelance actor since graduating from The Centre of the Performing Arts in 1999. Some highlights include co-producing and performing the lead role of Brett Sprague in the Adelaide premiere of 'The Boys' and touring with cross-cultural theatre company parallelo, Dylan also studied Practical Aesthetics at The Atlantic Theatre Co. in New York 2004.
Since moving to Melbourne in 2003 he has appeared in film, television and theatre. Some of his most recent theatre credits include Centrelink The Musical, The Goat, The Pavilion, Dimboola, Empire, Hotel Obsinio, Blackrock, Closer and For We are Young and Free (which was nominated for a Golden Gibbo).
His film credits include Shine, 'Heaven’s Burning', 'Black and White', 'SMS', 'Buses and Trains', 'Dying Breed' and 'Scratching Yourself'. He also appeared in guest roles on 'Blue Heelers', 'Stingers' and 'Neighbours'.
"I’m really looking forward to working on 'The Legend of Ben Hall'. It’s a ripping Australian story that not enough of us know. Mathew Holmes, who I’ve wanted to work with for a long time, is bringing an enthusiasm for the subject that is contagious. I’ve definitely caught the bug. His determination to bring authenticity to every level of this production is another key motivator for me to do this film. It also means I don’t have to shave for a month or two. I can’t wait to get involved."