Anthony Hayes is an Australian actor best known for his television miniseries roles as Gary in The Slap (2011) and as Colin "Caesar" Campbell in Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, in 2012.
An actor since the age of nine, Anthony Hayes has appeared on film and television screens for over 20 years, with film credits including the Beneath Hill 60, Rabbit Proof Fence, Bootmen alongside Sam Worthington, Ned Kelly with Heath Ledger, and the local independent feature West.
He has appeared in such award-winning films as The Boys, Look Both Ways, Suburban Mayhem and The Square.
Anthony's extensive body of work in television includes his role as Gary in the The Slap, the ABC miniseries Bastard Boys, the six-part ABC series Changi and guest roles in numerous and well known Australian series including Rush, Sea Patrol, McLeod's Daughters, Water Rats and Blue Heelers.
He also stars in Burning Man with Matthew Goode.
Anthony wrote/directed New Skin; a $32,000 budget 56-minute film, which won the prestigious 2002 Dendy Award at the Sydney International Film Festival. He won an IF Award for best emerging director and a Gloria Payten/Gloria Dawn Foundation grant for young artists.
His first short film Sweet Dreams won most popular film, St Kilda International Film Festival 2003.
Anthony's feature debut Ten Empty had its World Premiere at the Sydney International Film Festival (2008) and released through Mel Gibson's Icon films. It was co-written/Directed/and co-produced by Anthony.
The screenplay was nominated for 2007 QLD and Victorian Premiers literary award 2008.