British/Australian actor Harry Cook has been working consistently the past 17 years in film, television and theatre both nationally in Australia and internationally.

Highlights of Harry’s career so far include starring opposite Academy Award winner Geena Davis as her son in “Accidents Happen”, starring alongside Peter Phelps and Ben Oxenbould in cult Australian thriller Caught Inside,  working with Academy Award nominated director Peter Templeman and starring alongside Sam Neil and Bryan Brown in ABC TV Series Old School. In recent years Harry won the Best Supporting Actor award at the prestigious FilmOut San Diego Film Festival for his role in feature film, Drown, made appearances on ABC Australia’s BUMP, SBS’ Diary of an Uber Driver and the hit FX series, Mr Inbetween, directed by Nash Edgerton.

In addition to his acting work, Harry is also a published author, his memoir – Pink Ink, being published by Finch/Harper Collins in 2018 to rave reviews and his young adult novel, Fin & Rye & Fireflies recently winning the prestigious Scottish Teenage Book Prize. All including themes of LGBTQ representation. His third book, Felix Silver, Teaspoons & Witches was released in 2022 to rave reviews and he has an array of projects in the pipeline, including his third YA novel, “Third Time’s A Charm”.

With a large online following of over 200,000 followers across all his social media, plus over 2.7million monthly views on TikTok, Harry uses his platform to share a message of peace, love and LGBTQI+ representation whenever he can.

In 2024 Harry launched Boho Studios, his own production company, with a slate of projects in development. His first co-production is called ‘Freeloaders’ and is set in a small town in Australia.