Clint Facey


Award-winning actor Clint Facey’s motto is: The work is the reward. Hardworking and passionate about his craft, Clint has an impressive number of television and film credits to his name.

Clint is known for his work in Horizons Crossing, a love story and psychological thriller blurring the line between imagination and reality.

He starred in the short film First World Problems. The 5-minute film centres on two mates discussing the hardships of their lives over a bad cup of coffee, oblivious to the beauty and sadness surrounding them.

Clint was nominated for Best Actor (Made in The West Film Festival) for his role in the short comedy. The film won Best Film (Made in The West Film Festival) and Best Indie Spirit (Sydney Indie Film Festival).

He appeared in the comedy-drama film 1MC: Something of Vengeance and Clint’s television work includes Home and Away, Swipe Right, Full Disclosure, Lawless: The Real Bushrangers, Deadly Women, All Saints and Headland.

He also joined the cast of the films That Changes Everything, A Series of Precarious Predicaments, Wolf at The Door, and Tate. He played a starring role in the award-winning short drama Intermission directed by Susannah Collins.

Clint’s work has been called "...emotionally deep and incredibly present, mixed with his attitude of always trying new things and always improving."

Clint has also appeared in multiple television commercials and corporate training videos.