David Allen's Cheapside in which the extraordinary difference between his performances as Christopher Marlowe and Shakespeare prompted the Sunday Times critic to suggest that he be treated for advanced schizophrenia.
Crystal Clear: for which he was nominated for a Gold Swan Award.
Of his performance as Antonin Artaud in Artaud at Rodez the National Times said 'he achieves greatness'.
And in Terry Johnson's Dead Funny (brought back to the Regal Theatre for a second season by public demand) he took off all his clothes; which for some reason caused hilarity among the thousands of people lucky enough to see it.
TV appearances include roles in Sons and Daughters, The Restless Years and Prisoner, in which, as 'Grub' the bikey drug-pusher, he initiated a major break-out.
He was a regular on the ABC's Maths Break playing dozens of characters from thick-witted cavemen to Pythagorus and even Australia's greatest super-hero: 'Captain Koala'.
And another dim-witted character: Kawolsky, the useless security guard, for 26 episodes of Barron Film's Ship to Shore.
Despite all these achievements Ingle is probably most recognisable as the coconut-dodging accident-prone tourist in the long running HBF travel insurance commercials.
Ingle has performed in more than fifty professional theatre productions, including:
Uncle Vanya (Black Swan Theatre)
The Crucible (Black Swan Theatre)
Amadeus (Perth Theatre Company)
Hedda Gabler (Perth Theatre Company)
Under Milk Wood (Perth Theatre Company)
Crystal Clear (Perth Theatre Company)
Dead Funny (Perth Theatre Company)
Silly Cow (Perth Theatre Company)
Third World Blues (Perth Theatre Company)
Alice in Wonderland (Barking Gecko)
Don Quixote (Barking Gecko)
The Emperor's New Clothes (Barking Gecko)
Golden Valley (Barking Gecko)
He was nominated for the 2003 Melbourne Green Room award for best performance in the fringe for The Getaway Bus.
Television appearances include roles in some of Australia's favourite television shows:
Sons and Daughters
The Restless Years
Prisoner (as “Grub” the bikey drug-pusher, he initiated a major break-out)
A regular on the ABC’s Maths Break playing dozens of characters from thick-witted cavemen to Pythagorus and Australia’s greatest super-hero - “Captain Koala”.
The Sleepover Club (Southern Star Productions)
Professor Giffin in the acclaimed television series Wormwood
Ingle Knight has had many plays and musicals professionally produced—including these.
Dolphin Talk: produced and toured across Australia, Canada and theatre festivals worldwide.
Wicked: The Australian Critics' choice for the 1996 Best New Play of the Year in WA.
Bullyfruit: nominated for 1997 Gold Swan Award.
Milk and Honey: winner of the 1999 Premiers Book Award, script category.
Wrote and performed in 52 episodes of Let's Have Music for ABC Radio, teaching kids across Australia to enjoy and appreciate music.
Most recent writing for TV was two episodes of The Gift for Barron Films.
In 1998 the first participant in the inaugural WA/South Africa Playwright's Exchange.
Lectured in scriptwriting at Murdoch University and was a script consultant for Perth Theatre Company and the WA Playwright's Consortium.
|1978||The Empire Builders||Father||WA Theatre Company|
|1989||Alex, or The Automatic Trial||Alex||Griffin Theatre Company|
|1980||The Threepenny Opera||various||NSW Theatre of the Deaf|
|1981||Artaud at Rodez||Artaud||Griffin Theatre Company|
|Ballboys||Rupert||Griffin Theatre Company|
|Pygmalion||Freddy||WA National Theatre|
|1982||Cheap Thrills||Jim Morrison||Griffin Theatre Company|
|Sweeney Todd||Dr Lupin||Magic Mirror Theatre|
|1983||Son of Man||Pontius Pilate||P3 Theatre Company|
|The Kid||various||Winter Theatre|
|1984||Sexuality||various||SWY Theatre Company|
|1985||The Theatrical Illusion||Magician||Fata Morgana Theatre Company|
|Dialogue with Typewriter||The Writer||Plastercast Theatre Company|
|1986||Great Expectations||Herbert Pocket||WA Theatre Company|
|Some Other Town||George||Winter Theatre Company|
|Funny Peculiar||Various||Manford International|
|1987||Cheapside||Marlowe/ Shakespeare||SWY Theatre Company|
|Bedroom Farce||Trevor||Manford International|
|Golden Valley||Uncle Di||WA Theatre Company|
|Circus Aristophanes||various||Festival of Perth|
|1988||A Chorus of Disapproval||Ian Hubbard||WA Theatre Company|
|Paddy||Various||Deckchair Theatre Company|
|1990||Under Milk Wood||various||SWY Theatre Company|
|Crystal Clear||Richard||SWY Theatre Company|
|1991||Hotel Sorrento||Edwin||WA Theatre Company|
|A Night in the Arms of Raeleen||Moxy||Swy Theatre Company|
|1993||Hedda Gabler||Tesman||Perth Theatre Company|
|1994||Alice in Wonderland||March Hare/ Mock Turtle||Barking Gecko|
|1995||Dead Funny||Richard||Perth Theatre Company|
|1996||Ship to Shore (TV)||Kowalski||Barron Entertainment|
|1997||The Emperor's New Clothes||Emperor||Barking Gecko/Festival of Perth|
|Dead Funny (rerun)||Richard||Regal Theatre|
|1998||Silly Cow||Sidney Skinner||Perth Theatre Company|
|1999||Third World Blues (David Williamson)||Neville||Perth Theatre Company|
|2000||The Getaway Bus||all||3D/Fairweather|
|Exploding Breakfast||all||Perth Theatre Company/Effie Crump|
|Gasping||Perth Theatre Company|
|Don Quixote||Barking Gecko|
|Amadeus||Perth Theatre Company|
|The Crucible||Black Swan Theatre Company|
|Uncle Vanya||Black Swan Theatre Company|
|Twelfth Night||Andrew Aguecheek||Black Swan Theatre Company|
|2003||Educating Rita||Frank||Black Swan Theatre Company|