Dushan won a 2017 Green Room Award for his performance in Angels In America, for Dirty Pretty Theatre.
On screen, he was recently in Stan original series The Gloaming and Channel Ten’s My Life is Murder, directed by Leah Purcell.
He has graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts Foundation Program (Melbourne), The Melbourne Actors Studio (Bruce Alexander), The Actor’s Playhouse (Meisner Technique) and 16th Street (Chubbuck Technique). In London, he is a member of the Actors Centre.
Previous TV credits include ABC’s Glitch, Channel 10’s Offspring, Foxtel’s Wentworth and the American TV Series Hunters. He was also main cast in Channel 31’s ghost hunting six-part series Sonnnigsburg.
Dushan recently played Alex in Red Stitch’s Sci-Fi Dystopian Control and toured Big House Dreaming at Darwin & Brisbane Festival. He performed in the Australian Shakespeare Company’s productions of Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth (directed by Glenn Elston), playing the roles of Lord Capulet and Macduff. He has worked with Red Stitch Theatre Company on multiple occasions, in Fury, The Antipodes and Right Now. For Malthouse Theatre Company, Dushan played Ivan the Crocodile in The Crocodile.
Dushan made his theatre debut with the Flying Bookworm Theatre Company, touring through Victoria as the lead male in productions of Macbeth and Romeo & Juliet.