Rob Collins dreams of being the Marvel character Manifold

Rob Collins dreams of being the Marvel character Manifold

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this post contains names of deceased persons.

The busiest actor on TV right now has to be Rob Collins.

Last week he appeared in The first inventors (10/NITV), Queen of Oz AND Limbo (ABC) e Fire bite (SBS). Collins is currently filming RFDS extension S2 for Seven and recently filmed an upcoming drama Human error for Nine.

But he has another burning ambition.

“Out of all the work I’ve done in the last 12 months, in the back of my mind, I’m quietly saying, ‘At some point, I want to be a part of the Marvel Universe or a bit of an action hero,'” he says. TV tonight.

“Things I’ve done among a SWAT team commander Human error to be a bodyguard Queen of Oz it’s slowly launching me in that direction, I think.

“I would like to be a villain in the Marvel Universe. It would be nice. Bad guys are always funny.

“But if you were to go long, there’s actually an Australian Aboriginal Marvel character that not many people know about. Her name is Eden Fesi and her character name is “Manifold”.

“I’m pushing the age limit to play him. But if I were to get a tap on the back, I’m sure they could make me look younger in postproduction. I would raise my hand to play that character because he’s a fantastic character and not many people know that there is an Aboriginal Australian character in the Marvel universe.

Of course, Manifold also has its own super power.

“It runs a sort of gateway. Then he can open portals to send the rest of the team wherever they go. But he has all sorts of powers and he also has an offside and an elder who looks like the late, great Jack Charles,” she said.

“It’s so sad to no longer have that wonderful human being in the world.”