Troy Coward was born in Sydney, New South Wales. At age 8, Troy began training as a boxer and his fighting skills would eventuate into him fighting alongside the likes of Danny Green at The Australian Titles, being ranked 1st for his weight from Western Australia and 2nd in Australia.
However acting has also been a huge passion of Troy's and it's his raw natural talent for performing that has seen him take on various roles in film and television, all of them memorable. His performance debut was age 12 as a DJ/MC for a senior year high school production.
Troy has demonstrated his incredible range by terrifying audiences with his menacing performance as Eddie Jones in "The Great Mint Swindle" and making audiences laugh with his comedic turn in the online hit "Super Dingo"
Coached by several of WA's most respected teachers and artists, Troy has also worked professionally opposite the likes of Shane Bourne, Ewan McGregor, Nathan Phillips, Michael Muntz, Grant Bowler, John Waters, John Batchelor and Todd Lasance, just to name a few.