Angus Sampson has an extensive body of creative work spanning film, theatre, television, radio and voice artistry. Born and educated in Sydney, Angus Sampson  is a trained copywriter and a graduate from the AWARD School.

An accomplished actor, he  has had film roles in Summer Coda, Darkness Falls, Razor Eaters, Kokoda, You and Your Stupid Mate, and a TV acting career which included parts in The Secret Life of Us and Greeks on the Roof.  He also portrayed television personality Ugly Dave Gray in the television movie The King which examines the life of Australian TV legend Graham Kennedy.  He was a guest juror at the 2006 Melbourne International Film Festival, and host of the 2010 IF Awards, broadcast on SBS TV.
Sampson's TV acting career was launched in 1996 in the role of  "The Enforcer" on Recovery, an ABC youth music show.  Subsequent television roles include The Secret Life of Us, The 10:30 Slot, Greeks on the Roof, and Stingers.

Sampson portrayed television personality Ugly Dave Gray in the television movie 'The King' which examines the life of Australian TV legend Graham Kennedy.
He also made appearances in Wilfred, the children's television series 'Time Trackers' and Underbelly, the series based on Melbourne's gangland war, 1995-2004.

Angus has been a regularly sought after guest on radio programmes including Tony Martin's Get This on Triple M and has hosted a variety of radio shows on Triple R and Triple J. 

He was announced by Who magazine as one of the world's "Sexiest People of 2007.

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