The show's fourth and final season began in April 2016.
In 2004, Starr performed in two theatre productions: Closer at Auckland's Silo Theatre Between filming Outrageous Fortune seasons five and six, Starr starred in feature film After the Waterfall and the telefeature Spies and Lies. He plays an unnamed ex-con who, after 15 years in prison, assumes the identity of Lucas Hood, becoming the new Sheriff of Banshee.
In 2011, Starr joined the cast of the Australian police drama Rush, playing Senior Sergeant Charlie Lewis., Starr is starring in the television series, Banshee, which is his first role on U. Trying to reconnect with his former lover, Anastasia, both learn that he "has become a distant (violent) version of the man he once was".
If you want to make it clean you can make it clean. The violence has an element of humour, it's super heightened, the show is not real.
If you want to make it dirty, you can make it dirty.
You are often pitched against the imposing Geno Segers as Chayton Littlestone in . I'm not the biggest guy in the world, but [they went with the] idea [that Lucas hood is] the Eveready bunny that just keeps going.