Since graduating from NIDA in 2010, Gideon has performed in over eighty theatres across Australia, the United States and Canada with tours of Tim Winton’s The Bugalugs Bum Thief and Jackie French’s Hitler’s Daughter for Monkeybaa Theatre Company.
Gideon appeared in the series 3 finale of Rescue Special Ops on Channel 9.
During university, Gideon, a trained gymnast, worked with Legs On The Wall and was directed by John Sheedy in Hamlet, Darren Gilshenan in Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Lee Lewis in After Dinner.
He was also able to receive in-depth instruction from various experts including Shakespeare with Richard Cottrell, Chekov with Egil Kipste and Brecht with Peter Kleinert. Gideon received screen tutelage from Helmut Bakaitis, Nicholas Bishop, Les Chantery, Felix Williamson and Leon Ford.
Gideon is a proud member of the Media and Entertainment Arts Alliance.
Training: NIDA - Bachelor of Dramatic Art (Acting) 2008 - 2010
Age Range: 17 - 28
Skills: Actor, Presenter, Specialist Performer, Voice Artist
Hair: Dark Brown
Suit: 37 / Regular
Head Circumference: 58cm
Across Front: 34cm
Front Neck - waist: 37cm
Nape Waist: 43cm
Across Back: 37cm
Shoulder to wrist-sleeve length: 60cm
Around top arm: 30cm
Around Forearm: 27cm
Around Wrist: 18cm
Gideon has toured extensively through Australia and the USA with Monkeybaa Theatre.
In 2011 Gideon was awarded Best Actor at the Griffin Theatre’s 24-Hour Play Project.
In 2012 Gideon starred in Monkeybaa’s production of Hitler’s Daughter, a play based on the novel by Jackie French. The production won the 2012 Glug Award for Best Children’s Theatre.
More recently he has performed in at Music By The Sea on Vancouver Island in Canada.