Stage & Screen Acting


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My passion and skill for storytelling, language and movement has drawn me to work in theatre, film and TV as well as voiceover.

Theatre credits include lead roles in A Very Expensive Poison (Margaret Thanos/New Theatre) and 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 film and TV credits include a role in feature film Latency due for release in 2024, 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 short films Joy (Lucid Films) and Julia (Fax Machine Films), Tropfest short films Taser (Chesterfilm) and Sarah Sloane: The Rash (Curl Co Productions) and The Truth and Boss Assassins (AFTRS).

Headshot by Alex Vaughan

My voiceover work includes corporate, commercial, narrative, audiobook and gaming voiceover in English and German, as well as IVR. I’m currently the voice of the Amaysim Mobile customer service hotline. Listen to my demos here.

I have also written for theatre, including a monologue Tampax? which I performed at the Storyteller Festival 2019 and a short play Playing Dirty performed at Short & Sweet 2005, as well as the Australian translations of German plays Threesome Without Simone (Kristo Sagor), performed at ATYP, and I’m Sorry Dad But I Have To (Laura Naumann), published in Germany in 2011.


For a list of my recent theatre and screen credits as well as videos, please visit my profiles on Casting NetworksShowcast or IMDb.

Shift – Cinematographer Velinda Wardell