Made his international breakthrough as the Doof Warrior in "Mad Max: Fury Road."
Made his film debut as Trimalchio the Orchestra Leader in Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby."
Co-created the cabaret show "Smoke and Mirrors" for The Sydney Festival, winning three Helpmann Awards.
Joined the Sydney Dance Company for a production of Graeme Murphy's "Berlin."
Made his theatrical debut starring in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" at the Newtown RSL in Sydney.
Released his first album, "The Hip Bone Connection."
Left home at age 17 to tour Australia with the hard rock band Loose Goose.
Officially changed his name to iOTA at 26 in order to embrace his new identity as a musician, an openly gay man, and a recovering alcoholic.
Was bungee-corded to a moving truck, carrying a 35-pound combination guitar/flamethrower, to film his scenes for "Mad Max: Fury Road."