Eddie Martin

Eddie Martin

Director, Camera Operator, Producer, Editor


Eddie Martin is an Australian director, producer and screenwriter best known for his work on the television series Underbelly, Jack Irish and the feature films The Magician and The Legend of Ben Hall.

Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1979, Eddie Martin developed an early interest in film and television as a child. After completing high school, he studied film production at Monash University, then worked as a freelancer in video production before gaining experience in post-production and editing.

In 2004, Martin was hired to direct the drama series Neighbours, and in 2006 he made the move into feature films, directing and producing The Magician. The film was successful with audiences, and won several awards.

In 2008, Martin wrote and directed the six-part mini-series Underbelly, which became an instant success. The series went on to win awards, including the Logie Award for Most Outstanding Drama Series.

In 2010, Martin wrote and directed the feature film The Legend of Ben Hall, which was nominated for multiple awards and opened to critical acclaim. The film was also a success with audiences, and Martin went on to direct the feature film Blinder in 2013.

In 2017, Martin once again turned to television, directing the acclaimed series Jack Irish, based on the novels by Peter Temple. The series has been nominated for several awards, and Martin has been lauded for his skillful direction and visual style.

Eddie Martin continues to work in film and television, and is one of Australia's most acclaimed directors. He is currently in production on the feature film The Furnace, and is also developing several television projects.