Anthony Simcoe portrays Ka D'Argo, a Luxan warrior wrongfully imprisoned by the Peacekeepers.
Simcoe is best known for his role as Steve Kerrigan in the popular Australian comedy feature from Working Dog Productions The Castle, a film released in May 1999 by Miramax in the U.S. He was also featured in the Australian feature film Mr. Reliable.
His television credits include the Australian series, A Country Practice, Home and Away, Water Rats and English at Work.
Simcoe has extensive theatre credits which include Footloose Theatre Company's World Games, Sydney Street Theatre Space's Craving in which he wrote and performed, Stables Theatre's Three Winters Green, Q.T.C.'s Peter Pan, Griffin Theatre's Complaints and The Murray River Performing Group's production of Double Deception at the Hothouse Theatre.
A graduate of the internationally renowned National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney, Australia, Simcoe holds an MFA in Drama specializing in actor training and degrees from universities and acting schools in Australia and Europe, in addition to lecturing for NIDA.