Martin Copping - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Martin Copping’s height is 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)

Martin Copping is an Australian film, television, and theater actor, known for his roles of Jeremy James in Elegy for a Revolutionary, Hunter in Zombie Hunter and Cpl. Richard Jennings in Forbidden Ground.

Best Known For Movie: Zombie Hunter
Born: November 1, 1977 , Melbourne, Australia
Filmography: The Right Hand of God (2015), Shadow May Lie (2015), Hand of God (2015), Hawaii Five-0 (2014), Amnesia (2013/IV), Battle Ground (2013), Zombie Hunter (2013), Elegy for a Revolutionary (2013), Reboot (2012), Pineapples (2012), Blame the Rain (2012), Victory Blvd (2012), Sheep Impact (2011), Lowdown (2010), Shadow’s Heart (2010), When I Grow Up I Want to Be White (2008), Rush (2008), The Countdown (2008), Mark Loves Sharon (2008), Platform 4 (2007), Number 2 (2006), Jackpot (2005/I), Bereave It or Not (2004), Blue Heelers (2004), Halifax f.p. (2002), Eugenie Sandler P.I. (2000), Something in the Air (2000), Stingers (2000), On the Beach (2000), Neighbours (1997-1999), The Violent Earth (1998), Good Guys Bad Guys (1998), Amy (1997/II), Ocean Girl (1996-1997), The Pirate Movie (1982), Patrick (1978), Cyborg X (2015), Lust for Love (2014), Amnesia (2013/IV), Pineapples (2012), Blame the Rain (2012), Victory Blvd (2012), Crushed (2008), The Countdown (2008), Platform 4 (2007), Number 2 (2006), Jackpot (2005/I), Blame the Rain (2012), The Countdown (2008), Number 2 (2006), Jackpot (2005/I), The Countdown (2008), Platform 4 (2007), Number 2 (2006), Jackpot (2005/I), Amnesia (2013/IV), The Countdown (2008), Number 2 (2006), Blame the Rain (2012), Victory Blvd (2012), Deserted (2011), Police Under Fire (2010), Personality Plus (2009), Murder on Her Mind (2008), When I Grow Up I Want to Be White (2008), Inside NHP (2013), TMZ on TV (2012), My Restaurant Rules (2004), The Car Show (2003).
Other Names: Marty Copping
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Film Actor
Parents: Robin Copping
Height: 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)

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