Doc White

Actor, Extra, Singer, Guitarist

Victoria, Australia
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Physical Details

177 cm / 5ft 10in
91 cm / 36 in
92 kg / 202 lbs
Eye color:
White / Caucasian
Hair color:
111 cm / 44 in
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Credits & experience

  • Deluxe Old Time Radio Hour : Harry Harper - co-lead; writer; producer
  • Wentworth : Prison Visitor
  • Judy and Punch - (FF) : Ropemaker
  • Love You All The Time - Lowdown Hokum Orchestra (Music Video) : Writer, producer, lead, songwriter
  • Golden Age - play, National Theatre : Original score and sound design
  • Emily (SF) : Extra
  • The Arms of Venus de Milo (SF) : Buster
  • House Husbands : Extra
  • That's Showbiz - Melbourne Fringe : Actor, singer, writer, producer
  • That's Showbiz - Sydney Fringe : Actor, singer, writer, producer
  • That's Showbiz - Adelaide Fringe : Actor, singer, writer, producer
  • Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival : Performer
  • That's Showbiz - Lowdown Hokum Orchestra and Burlesque Revue : Writer, producer, lead
  • National Theatre Drama School : Advanced Acting
  • Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival : Performer
  • Snowy Mountains Music Festival : Performer
  • Broadbeach Blues Festival : Performer
  • Australian Blues Music Festival : Performer
  • Tabasco Tom and Doc White with Broderick Smith : NZ Tour
  • Australian Blues Music Festival : Performer
  • Australian Blues Music Festival : Performer
  • Australian Blues Music Festival : Performer
  • International Guitar Festival : Performer
  • Port Fairy Folk Festival : Solo Performer


Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles

Acting agent

The Real People

  • English

  • Australian

Union memberships
  • MEAA

Doc started acting in youth theatre in South Australia in a company put together by the late Morna Jones.
He appeared in children's plays including Hunder The Giant where he played an 8' ogre despite being only 4' tall at the time.
Doc also appeared on the popular children's TV show - The Channel Niners along with a very young Humphrey B Bear.
The teenaged Doc combined his acting skills with an interest in ocean endeavours when he landed a job at Marineland in South Australia helping out with the dolphin and seal shows and feeding the sharks and fish in the viewing tank.
Doc took a many year break from acting to concentrate on music.
In 2014 he combined acting with music to write, produce and star in That's Showbiz - a musical theatre piece performed at The Wonderland Spiegeltent and a 14 date season at the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Clothesline Magazine called That's Showbiz - "A brilliant way to spend an hour"
Doc recently completed the Advanced Acting Course at The National Theatre in St Kilda, Victoria.
Recent roles: Stage play - That's Showbiz - lead
Feature film - Judy and Punch - Ropemaker
Short film - Emily - mourner (extra)
TV series - House Husbands - passerby (extra)
Feature Film - The Spirit of The Game (featured extra)
Short Film - Laundry Day (property buyer)
Short Film - The Arms of Venus de Milo (Buster)


Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Guitar ability


Vocal ability

Lead singer

Vocal range


Influences: Little Feat, The Band, Tom Waits, Muddy Waters

Doc is an award winning songwriter and sing and plays guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, harmonica, percussion. He has recorded 6 CD's and been featured on the ABC and community radio.

Song of the Year 2004 VicTas Blues Awards
Finalist Lawson Patterson Songwriting Award – Port Fairy Folk Festival

Notable Gigs and Festivals
Port Fairy Folk Festival – 2002, 2004
Australian Blues Music Festival – 2002, 2006, 2012, 2013
Broadbeach Blues Festival – 2012
International Guitar Festival – 2007
Tour of NZ – 2012
CBS Studio B – Nashville, Tennessee 2000
Dandenong Ranges Folk Festival – 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
Dunolly Blues Festival 2011
Echuca Winter Blues Festival -2014
Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival - 2013, 2014
Maldon Folk Festival - 2010, 2011
Cygnet Folk Festival - 2010, 2011

Supports for international artists: Chris Smither, Kieran Kane and Kevin Welch, Michael Jerome Brown, Eric Bibb, Roy Book Binder, Joe Louis Walker, Charlie Parr

Shared the bill with: Broderick Smith, Phil Manning, Geoff Achison, Andy Cowan, Spectrum, The Backsliders, Nick Charles, Fiona Boyes, The Hornets, Collard, Greens and Gravy, to name but a few

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