Ashley Zukerman stars in "Manhattan" on WGN America as Charlie Isaacs.

Ashley Zukerman is best known for playing as Senior Constable Michael Sandrelli for all four seasons of the Australian television series "Rush" from 2008–2011. The role earned him a Logie nomination for Most Outstanding New Talent. He also had recurring roles in the crime drama "Underbelly" and the comedy "Lowdown" and guest starred in "Mr. & Mrs. Murder" and "The Slap."

In the U.S., he played the recurring role of Lucas Taylor in FOX's science-fiction drama series "Terra Nova" and appeared in HBO's miniseries "The Pacific."

On the big screen, Zukerman was seen in the independent films "Blame" and "Bushweed."

Theater credits include "Angels in America" and "As You LIke It" at Belvoir, "The History Boys" and "The Hypocrite" for the Melbourne Theatre Company, "This Is Our Youth" for Inside Job Productions, of which Zukerman is a founding member, and "BC" for The Hayloft Project for which he received a Green Room Award for Best Male Supporting Performer. He began his acting career performing with Nuworks Theatre in such productions as "God Saved the Queen," "Kelly" and "Hamlet."

Zukerman graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2006 with a Bachelor of Dramatic Art – Acting. While there, he performed in "The Three Sisters," "Pericles," "The Lower Depths" and "Happy End," as well as many other productions.


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Height: 6' 0"
Birthplace: Santa Monica, CA

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