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|Occupation||Stuntman, filmmaker, actor|
|Relatives||Joel Edgerton (brother)|
Edgerton was born in Blacktown, New South Wales and grew up in Dural (both suburbs of Sydney). He is the son of Marianne (van Dort), a homemaker, and Michael Edgerton, a solicitor/property developer. His younger brother is actor Joel Edgerton. His mother is a Dutch immigrant who was born in The Hague.
As a stuntman, he has worked on such films as The Matrix trilogy, The Thin Red Line, Superman Returns, and, most notably, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, as the stunt double for Ewan McGregor, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi. His brother Joel appeared in those same films as young Owen Lars.
Intermittently throughout his career he has made critically well received short films often starring himself such as Spider and Bear. Consistent with his short film prowess, he has directed a total of four music videos for artist Bob Dylan ("Beyond Here Lies Nothin'", "Must Be Santa", "Duquesne Whistle", and "The Night We Called It a Day"). His feature-length directorial debut was The Square a notable Australian crime noire of 2008 under Blue Tongue Films. His latest act as feature film director was Gringo, released in 2018.
His latest focus has been directing 26 episodes of surprising TV hit Mr Inbetween, an Australian television black comedy-drama series commissioned by FX Australia starring Scott Ryan, Ryan being a doubly notable figure, considering he not only created the character but directed, starred and wrote the original short film that the show itself is based on. Nash had seen the short film, inspiring him to collaborate with Mr Ryan, to bring his character to a wider audience. His stepdaughter Chika Yasumura appears as Ryan's character's daughter.
He began dating Carla Ruffino in 2011 and they married on 1 April 2014. He is stepfather to her daughter Chika Yasumura from a previous marriage. They have one daughter together, Zumi (born 11 August 2015).
- Loaded (1996) - as Richard - Short co-directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith
- Deadline (1997) - as Young filmmaker - Short
- Bloodlock (1998) - as Ian - Short co-directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith
- The Matrix (1999) - as Resistance Member - Stunt double, uncredited
- The Pitch (2001) - Short
- Moulin Rouge! (2001) - as Stagehand - Stunt team, uncredited
- Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) - Stunts
- Fuel (2003) - Short
- The Matrix Reloaded (2003) - as Security Guard #5
- The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - Stunts
- Lucky (2005) - Short
- The IF Thing (2005) - Short
- Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) -Stunts
- Macbeth (2006) - as Macdonwald - Stunts
- Superman Returns (2006) - Stunts
- Spider (2007) - Short
- The Square (2008) - Director
- Hesher (2010) - Stunt coordinator
- Knight and Day (2010) - Stunts
- Bear (2011) - Short
- I Am Number Four (2011) as Mog - Stunts
- Zero Dark Thirty (2012) as Nate - DEVGRU EOD - Stunt double
- The Great Gatsby (2013) - Stunt double / stunt performer
- The Bling Ring (2013) - Stunt coordinator
- The Wolverine (2013) - Stunt
- Felony (2013) - Stunt coordinator / stunt double
- The Rover (2014) - as Town Soldier
- Son of a Gun (2014) - as Chris
- The Equalizer (2014) - as Teddy's Guy - Stunts, uncredited
- Jane Got a Gun (2015) - as Fur Trader - Stunts
- The Gift (2015) - as Frank Dale - Stunts
- Straight Outta Compton (2015) - Stunts
- American Ultra (2015) - as Beedle - Stunts
- Sinister 2 (2015) - Stunts
- Miles Ahead (2015) - Stunt double
- The Nice Guys (2016) -Stunts, uncredited
- The Darkness (2016) - Stunt coordinator
- American Pastoral (2016) - Stunt coordinator
- 20th Century Women (2016) - Stunt coordinator
- Please Stand By (2017) - Stunt coordinator
- Bright (2017) - Stunts
- Bleeding Steel (2017) - Stunts
- American Express (2017)
- Boy Erased (2018) - Stunt coordinator
- Gringo (2018) - Director
- Little Monsters (2019) - Stunts
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - Stunt performer / stunts
- Babyteeth (2019) - Stunt coordinator
- All the Bright Places (2020) - Stunt coordinator
- The Invisible Man (2020) - as Security Guard
- Crossfire (2010)
- Strong by London Grammer
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