Darcy Kent is a graduate of the 16th Street Actors Studio, and a recipient of the inaugural Lindis Krejus Scholarship from the Pegasus Foundation, which allowed him to study at Shakespeare & Company in Massachusetts, USA. His theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado about Nothing, (which both toured China with the Australian International Opera Company), Seminar (Artefact Theatre, Chapel Off Chapel), The Servant of Two Masters (La Mama, Make a Scene), As You Like It (Melbourne Fringe) and Vile (La Mama). He also performs as a member of the improv group Stiff Company. Film and TV credits include Offspring, Neighbours, and a host of short films including Baby Boy (Mullane Bros.) and Alf in A Birthday Party (Swagman Films), which was recently selected for both Sydney Film Festival and Melbourne International Film Festival. He is a proud member of MEAA.