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Kirk Torrance is an actor and playwright from New Zealand, best known for his role as Wayne Judd in Outrageous Fortune. He is also a former Commonwealth Games swimmer.
His debut play Strata (2003) won Best New Playwright at the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards. He played the lead role of Holden in the New Zealand movie Stickmen (2001) and award-winning television drama Fish Skin Suit (2003). While appearing on Outrageous Fortune, he hosted one series of a New Zealand version of The Real Hustle.
He was nominated Best Supporting Actor at the Qantas Film & Television Awards 2008 for his ex-cop role in the television series Outrageous Fortune. In 2008, he was named Sexiest Man in Auckland by Metro magazine.
Torrance is a graduate from Toi Whakaari New Zealand Drama School in Wellington.