Experienced Australian/Austrian stage and screen actor and voiceover artist currently based in Sydney, Australia. Since graduating drama school in 2007, I've been regularly working in TV, short films, theatre and voiceover. I also continue to train in different acting methods and related fields.
I'm an excellent sight reader, love improvising and am comfortable with many accents (US, British, Australian, German, French, Russian). As a reader my aim is to provide you with what you need so you can feel as free as possible in your audition and do your best work.
If you need help breaking down a scene or analysing a character, I also have lots of experience developing and editing screenplays as well as writing and translating theatre.
Is your script full of legal or medical language? I'm a law graduate with experience working in a law firm in my previous life. I also work in medical communications as a highly skilled role-player improvising within complex scenarios for medical professionals.
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I'm an experienced Australian/Austrian stage and screen actor and voiceover artist currently based in Sydney, Australia. My passion and skill for storytelling, language and movement has drawn me to work in theatre, film and TV as well as voiceover.
My passion is for storytelling which deepens people’s authentic connection with themselves and others and reveals our shared humanity. I’m especially interested in roles and stories which explore the rich inner lives and voices of women.
Theatre credits include Life is Impossible (subtlenuance/Old 505 Theatre), The Serpent’s Teeth directed by Kristine Landon-Smith (HBR/KXT), Sydney Fringe Festival show How To Change The World And Make Bank Doing It, Through These Lines (TurnAround Productions), Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Luciana in The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare by the Sea), Julius Caesar (Anthony Skuse), W;t and Cosi (New Theatre).
My short film and TV credits include roles in horror series Watch With Mother (The Glue Society) and Axmo Deus, TV series Deadly Women (Seasons 12 and 13), No Burn Day and Out of the Blue, multiple award-winning short film Shift (written/directed by James Croke), Flickerfest films Joy (Lucid Films) and Julia (Fax Machine Films), Tropfest films Taser (Chesterfilm) and Sarah Sloane: The Rash (Curl Co Productions) and The Truth and Boss Assassins (AFTRS).