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Karl Dodd is a 40-year-old Australian actor, writer, and director. He is best known for his roles in the films The Rover (2014), The Little Death (2014), and The Mule (2018). Born on 13 November, 1980 in Southport, Australia, Karl Dodd is the son of a former professional rugby league player. He attended the University of Queensland, where he studied film and television. Karl Dodd began his career as an actor in the early 2000s, appearing in a number of short films and television series. He made his feature film debut in the Australian drama The Rover (2014), which was directed by David Michôd. He then appeared in the Australian comedy The Little Death (2014), which was directed by Josh Lawson. In 2018, Karl Dodd wrote, directed, and starred in the Australian crime drama The Mule. The film was a critical and commercial success, and earned him a nomination for Best Director at the AACTA Awards. Karl Dodd is currently single and resides in Sydney, Australia. His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
|Karl Dennis Dodd
|43 years old
|13 November, 1980
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Karl Dodd Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Karl Dodd height is 1.88 m and Weight 181 lbs.
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Karl Dodd Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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In October 2014, Dodd accepted the position of Head Coach of the Western Pride FC Senior Men's Team in the National Premier League (Qld) however in June 2015 he left the club and joined Brisbane Roar FC to take up a position as the High Performance Manager. Karl resigned from his role as the High Performance Manager at Brisbane Roar FC on 25 March 2017, stating that he was seeking something that "aligns with my professional and personal values"
The Guam Football Association announced that Dodd had signed on as national team manager on 26 December 2017, starting in the next month.
On 5 June 2013, Dodd became the strength and conditioning coach of the Newcastle Jets FC.
On 3 September 2011, Hong Kong First Division League side TSW Pegasus signed Dodd, who was given number 5 in the following season.
After two years at Wellington. Dodd turned down a three-year contract, and an offer from Newcastle Jets to try his luck in South Korea, "Karl's been an integral member of the Phoenix," Pignata said. "It's disappointing that we're parting company but we wish him all the best for the future." A cartilage problem in his knee prevented his fortune and returned to Australia for surgery and on return from injury signed for the remainder of the 2008–09 season with NSW Premier League team Sydney United FC.
He played for the Brisbane Strikers before being recruited by the Queensland Roar for the revamped A-League competition. After half a season with the Queensland Roar he signed for Romanian club FC Universitatea Craiova in January 2006. However, after failing to settle with the club he quickly moved on, joining Falkirk on a short-term contract in March 2006. After impressing manager John Hughes, it was announced on 15 May 2006 that Dodd had agreed a new one-year deal to stay at the club. On 19 May 2007, after turning down a contract extension at Falkrik, he signed a two-year contract with new A-League franchise Wellington Phoenix. He scored his first professional goal for Phoenix on 19 October 2008.
Karl Dodd (born 13 November 1980, in Southport, Queensland, Australia) is an Australian former professional soccer player, and current manager of the Guam national football team.