Mr Inbetween

Gary is Ray’s best friend. They’ve known each other for many years and worked together a great deal in the past, but less so now. Gary is married to Tatiana and is trying to live a more respectable life.

Justin Rosniak, who portrays the character, says of him: “Gary is influenced by Tatiana in terms of becoming more responsible; he dresses differently to how he would have in the past; there’s a pressure he feels from his wife to look a certain way. I feel that he’s teetering on the edge, that he’s at risk of falling off some type of wagon. He’s under a lot of pressure to keep Tatiana, because he feels like he’s landed something that he doesn’t feel worthy of.”

Ray is the only person Gary is close to, besides Tatiana, and Gary is the only person connected to his work life who Ray can really trust. As such, they feel a great responsibility to look out for each other.

Rosniak is well known to Australian audiences and has worked alongside some of the most iconic names in Australian film and television. His most notable credits to date are David Michôd’s feature film War Machine, starring Brad Pitt and the Oscar® nominated Animal Kingdom, starring Ben Mendelsohn and Joel Edgerton. He also played a leading role in the feature film Sweet Talker with Karen Allen and co-lead in the Australian cult classic Sample People alongside Mendelsohn, Edgerton and Kylie Minogue.

Rosniak’s more recent film credits include Abe Forsythe’s Down Under, Heath Davis’ Broke and the lead role in the Flynn brothers’ debut feature comedy No Appointment Necessary. Rosniak can also be seen in Jungle’s ABC comedy series Squinters alongside Tim Minchin.

Rosniak was the recipient of the 2015 Best Actor Award at the Canberra Short Film Festival for his portrayal of “Red Elvis” in Florence Has Left the Building, which also starred Jacki Weaver and won the 2015 AACTA for Best Short Fiction Film. He is a co-founder of Full Mumsies Films, established in 2013.

Rosniak’s upcoming projects include Heath Davis’ third feature film Locusts, the second seasons of both Mr Inbetween and Squinters and ABC’s highly anticipated Les Norton.