Murray Bartlett

Murray Bartlett (born 20 March 1971) is an Australian actor.

Murray Bartlett
Born (1971-03-20) 20 March 1971
Sydney, Australia
Years active1987present

Life and career

Bartlett was born in Sydney and raised in Perth, Western Australia. He pursued an acting career in Australia for several years, including a high-profile role in the series headLand. In 1993 he played con man Luke Foster in Neighbours.

In 2000, Bartlett relocated to the United States. His first big break there came a few years later, when he was cast as a guest star in the HBO series Sex and the City.[1] He also played D.K., John Crichton's best friend, in four episodes of the SciFi Channel series Farscape. In 2006, Bartlett toured with Hugh Jackman in the Australian touring company production of Jackman's Broadway hit The Boy From Oz.

From March 2007 until the show's cancellation in September 2009, Bartlett was a cast member on the CBS daytime soap opera Guiding Light, where he played Cyrus Foley. He also starred as Dominic "Dom" Basaluzzo in the HBO comedy-drama series Looking from 2014 to 2015, and then reprised his role in the series finale television film, Looking: The Movie in 2016.[1][2][3] Bartlett assumed the central role of Michael 'Mouse' Tolliver in the Netflix revival of Tales of the City.[4]



Year Title Role Notes
1995 Dad and Dave: On Our Selection Sandy Tayler
1999 Half Mongrel Short film
2000 The Three Stooges Trocadera Patron
2001 Muffled Love Short film
2005 Postmortem Troy Short film
2007 Om John Short film
2010 Boys on Film 4: Protect Me from What I Want Troy Direct-to-video
2010 Needle Tony Martin
2011 August Troy
2013 Girl Most Likely James Whitney
2013 Kingston Avenue Le copain de Barbara
2015 Stubborn Murray


Year Title Role Notes
1987 The Flying Doctors Michael Freeman Episode: "The Unluckiest Boy in Town"
1992 Home and Away Randy Evans Recurring role
1992–1993 A Country Practice Owen Wyatt / Richard Welbourne 3 episodes
1993 Neighbours Luke Foster Recurring role
1995 The Ferals Dr. Bob Ivory Episode: "The Dentist"
1996 G.P. Episode: "Pendulum"
1996 The Beast Christopher Lane TV movie
1997 The Tower Jeremy TV movie
1997 Flipper Episode: "Help me, Rhonda"
1999 Murder Call Gavin Todd Episode: "Dying Day"
2000 Above the Law Nathan Peters Episode: "Happy Families"
2001 Flat Chat Episode: "The Old Flame"
2002 Sex and the City Oliver Spencer Episode: "All That Glitters"
2002 McLeod's Daughters Simon Birch 3 episodes
2002 The Secret Life of Us Nick 6 episodes
2002 All My Children Julian Sinclair Series regular
1999–2003 Farscape Douglas 'D.K.' Knox 4 episodes
2006 Headland James Brogan 5 episodes
2006 All Saints Roy Pickforth Episode: "The Real Thing"
2007 Flight of the Conchords Mark Episode: "Sally Returns"
2007–2009 Guiding Light Cyrus Foley Series regular
2009 White Collar Adrian Tulane Episode: "Free Fall"
2011 Damages Seth Sloan Episode: "I'd Prefer My Old Office"
2014–2015 Looking Dom Basaluzzo Series regular, 16 episodes
2016 Looking: The Movie Dom Basaluzzo TV movie
2017 Nashville Jakob Fine[5]
2017–2018 Iron Fist Dr. Paul Edmonds 3 episodes
2019 Tales of the City Michael "Mouse" Tolliver Main cast
2019 Madam Secretary Australian Prime Minister Chris Lawson Episode: "The Common Defense"


  1. Access Hollywood (20 April 2011). "Looking's Murray Bartlett Recalls Sex And The City Past; Jonathan Groff Previews New HBO Show". Yahoo omg! UK. Retrieved 20 January 2014 via
  2. Andreeva, Nellie (23 August 2013). "Scott Bakula Joins HBO's Michael Lannan Dramedy Series, Now Titled Looking". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  3. "Looking Stars Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez And Murray Bartlett Tell All To Out Magazine". Huffington Post. 14 January 2014. Retrieved 20 January 2014.
  4. Petski, Denise (16 October 2018). "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City: Paul Gross To Reprise Role In Netflix Revival; Full Cast Set". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 16 October 2018.
  5. Ausiello, Michael (22 September 2016). "Nashville Season 5: Looking Fave Joins Cast... as Will's New Love?". TVLine.
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