Damon Herriman (born 31 March 1970) is an Australian actor who is best known for his role in drama series Love My Way.
Damon Herriman was born in Adelaide, South Australia. He began acting in local television commercials at the age of eight, but it wasn't until he was cast as Frank Errol in The Sullivans two years later that his career began to take off. He continued to work solidly as a child actor, with a return to The Sullivans a year later, as well as the Australian series The Patchwork Hero, Sara Dane, For the Term of His Natural Life and Taurus Rising. He received three Logie Award nominations for his performance in The Sullivans.
After appearing in the The Flying Doctors (for which he won the Television Society Award for Excellence in a Performance by a Juvenile) and the children's mini-series Elly & Jools, Herriman was cast as Mark Jorgensen, the bespectacled best friend of Ben Mendelsohn's Danny Clark in the Australian cult comedy classic, The Big Steal.
In 1997, Damon starred in the Tamarama Rock Surfers production of "Three Strikes", alongside Victoria Hill and Jason Clarke.
As well as continuing to work solidly in film, television and theatre, Herriman has also written and/or directed many successful short films, including the Tropfest finalsts They and The Date. In 2004, he won the Best Screenplay award at Flickerfest for the short film Soar, in which he also performed.
In recent years Herriman is best known for his performances as the creepy roadkill truck driver in the US horror film House of Wax, as well as playing Claudia Karvan's workmate and friend George Wagstaffe in the critically acclaimed Foxtel series Love My Way.
Since 2005, he has worked regularly in the United States, appearing in such productions as The Unit; Redbelt (both written and directed by David Mamet); The Loop; Cold Case; as well as the pilot for the unaired Dick Wolf series, Lost and Found.
He currently plays the recurring role of Dewey Crowe in the FX series, Justified.