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Matthew "Matt" Sunderland  (born c.1972) is a New Zealand actor. He performed the lead role of David Gray in the feature film Out of the Blue, based on the events of the Aramoana Massacre. At the New Zealand Screen Awards in 2008 he won Best Actor Award for this role.
Sunderland was also nominated for a Best Actor Award in the 2006 NZ Screen Awards for Natures Way, which screened In Competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006.
His other feature film roles include A Song of Good, Christmas, Stringer and Woodenhead as well as more than twenty short films.
Sunderland graduated from The New Zealand Drama School Toi Whakaari in 1997 and has concentrated on New Zealand film work with numerous theatre excursions also. He has appeared at the Silo Theatre (Fool for Love, Blasted), and the Herald Theatre (Trainspotting) in Auckland, and the Court Theatre in Christchurch (Peninsula) .
Sunderland appeared in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Streets first official 90 minute episode as White Dragon in a storyline concluding the 3 year Kieran Mitchell story arc.

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Actor
6 Days (2017)
as "Tom Lovett"
as "Dan"
Backtrack (2015)
as "Steve, Barry's Brother"
as "Uncle Rory"
as "Col Klaus Meyer"
as "Vigo"
as "Lemuel"
as "David Gray"
Woodenhead (2003)
as "Tramp's vocals"
Woodenhead (2003)
as "Gustav the Strongman"
Christmas (2003)
as "Brett"
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