Martin Henderson

Martin Henderson is a well-known New Zealand actor. Martin Henderson is also well-known for his roles as Stuart Neilson, a teenager, in the soap opera Shortland Street and as Off the Map, a short-lived American medical drama.

How old is Martin Henderson?

Martin Henderson was born on October 8, 1974, in Auckland, New Zealand. His father’s name is Ian Henderson, his mother’s name is Veronica Henderson, and he has a pet dog. He attended Birkenhead Primary School and Westlake Boys High School. In addition, when he was 17, he turned down the opportunity to attend university in order to pursue a career in acting. He made his acting debut at the age of 13 in Strangers, a local television production. He is 46 years old.

How much does Martin Henderson earn?

Martin was nominated for a “AFI Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role” in 2000 for his performance as Tom Bradshaw in Kick. Similarly, he was nominated for “AFI Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role” and “FCCA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role” for his role as Ray Robert Heart in Little Fish (2005). Martin’s primary source of income is his acting career. His estimated net worth is $6 million, but his actual salary is unknown.

Is Martin Henderson dating someone?

Martin is currently dating Aisha Mendez. He had previously dated Helen Randag. He has, however, had at least 5 previous relationships. He has had relationships with Demi Moore (2012), Radha Mitchell (2006), Nicky Watson (1994), and Marnette Patterson. He is said to be dating Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (2004).

How tall is Martin Henderson?

Martin has light brown hair and blue eyes. He is 5ft 10in tall and weighs around 75 kg. His body measurements (chest-waist-biceps) are 43-31-14 inches.

Career line of Martin Henderson

  • Martin starred as Stuart Neilson in the prime-time soap opera Shortland Street from 1992 to 1995. Then he appeared in a number of Australian films and television shows, including Echo Point and Home and Away. It was before moving to the United States in 1997 to pursue a career in Hollywood films and to train in a two-year program at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City.
  • He made his film debut in Kick in 1999. After more than a year of unsuccessful auditions for film roles in Los Angeles, he was cast in a supporting role in the John Woo-directed war film Windtalkers in 2001. Similarly, Henderson co-starred in the 2002 horror film The Ring with Naomi Watts.
  • Following the film’s box office success, he was cast as Drew in Perfect Opposites, and then as the lead character in the biker film Torque, which was released in early 2004. In the same year, he co-starred with Aishwarya Rai in the romantic comedy Bride and Prejudice and appeared in Britney Spears’ “Toxic” music video.
  • Similarly, he appeared in Cate Blanchett’s award-winning film Little Fish in 2005. Martin received rave reviews in London’s West End in a theatre production of Fool for Love with Juliette Lewis in 2006.
  • Furthermore, he was set to co-star with Jordana Brewster in a television series based on the 2005 film Mr. & Mrs. Smith. However, the series was not chosen by any of the networks.
  • He made his film debut in 2006 with the film Flyboys. He also appeared in a commercial for the 2008 Cadillac CTS and the House episode “Painless.” Martin appeared in Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ short-lived television series Off the Map in 2010. In 2014, he appeared in the multi-platform Australian drama television series Secrets & Lies and the SundanceTV drama series The Red Road.
  • Matin also appeared in the 2015 film Everest, alongside Jake Gyllenhaal. In June of that year, Deadline reported that he would be joining Grey’s Anatomy as a potential love interest for series lead Ellen Pompeo’s Meredith Grey beginning in November.
  • He then left two years later, with his final appearance in October 2017. Martin told Deadline that his departure was motivated by storytelling, adding, “This [was] my final year, so I was expecting Nathan’s storyline to be wrapped up.” His films include “
  • Kick (1999) (Tom Bradshaw), Windtalkers (2002) (Private Thomas Nellie), The Ring (2002) (Noah Clay), Skagerrak (2003) (Ian / Ken), Torque (2004) (Cary Ford), and Perfect Opposites (2004) (Drew Curtis).
  • Similarly, “Bride & Prejudice (2004) (William Darcy),” “Flyboys (2006) (Reed Cassidy),” “Battle in Seattle (2007) (Jay),” “Cedar Boys (2009) (Mathew),” and “Home by Christmas (2010) (Young Ed).”
  • Other films include “The Moment (2013) (John / Peter),” “Devil’s Knot (2013) (Brent Davis),” “Everest (2015) (Andy Harris),” “Prey at Night (2018) (Mike),” “Juveniles (2018) (Oliver),” and “Hellbent (2018) (Jeb Dupre).” His television shows/serials include “Strangers (1989) (Zane),” “Raider of the South Seas (1990) (Jack Taylor),” “Echo Point (1995) (Zac Brennan),” “House (2009) (Jeff),” and “The Red Road (2014-15) (Harold Jensen).”
  • Similarly, “Secrets & Lies (2014) (Ben Gundelach),” “Grey’s Anatomy (2015-17) (Dr. Nathan Riggs),” and “Virgin River (2019) (Jack Sheridan).”