Roy’s career has been extensive in Australia and New Zealand over the last thirty years covering film, television, and theatre. He is also an established voice artist. His NZ credits are substantial, he has won NZ acting awards for film and television. He has been based in Australia for the past sixteen years.
Roy started his career as an ensemble member of Auckland's now-defunct Theatre Corporate where he spent four years doing back-to back plays including playing Tupper, the coach, in Greg McGee's groundbreaking play, Foreskin's Lament, centred around a small town rugby team. He was in the premiere of this play and four subsequent productions spanning twenty years and performed in the film based on the play, Skin and Bone.
His work in New Zealand television includes