Award-winning Australian television headliner Ditch Davey is a graduate of one of Australia's leading drama schools, WAAPA. Ditch first established himself as one of Australia's best known television actors through a regular role on the award-winning, highest-rated primetime series "Blue Heelers," which also earned him a Logie Award for Best New Talent. During his time on the show, Davey also performed in various classical contemporary theater productions, including the character of Michael in the world renowned hard hitting play "Festen."
Following "Blue Heelers," Davey performed a range of comedic and dramatic roles in Australian film and television including a recurring role on the high rating primetime drama "Sea Patrol," in the "Underbelly" telemovie "Lucifer Was Here," and guest roles in award-winning shows "All Saints," "Satisfaction" and "Wilfred." He also appeared in the feature films "John Doe," "Blessed," and "Under a Red Moon" before shooting a lead role in the action thriller "Crawlspace."
Davey most recently starred as Nemetes in two seasons of "Spartacus."