Aimee is an accomplished actor working across Australia in film, television, radio and theatre.Most recently, Aimee has concluded an epic seven month Australian tour with the world premiere of ‘Fawlty Towers Live’, playing ‘Polly’, directed by John Cleese and CJay Ranger. She starred in productions for the STC, Griffin Theatre and the ABC, as well as touring nationally for Company B (Belvoir) and Arts Radar. Aimee received a Sydney Theatre Award nomination for her role in the TRS production of The Highway Crossing. Film: Love is Now (Eponine Films), The Burning Man (Paramount Pictures).TRS: The Highway Crossing, Bondi Feast 2013/14. Legs on the Wall: My Bicycle Loves You. Griffin Theatre Company: Quack!, S-27, 24 Hour Project Generator. Sydney Theatre Company: Alphabet Of Arousal (Rough Draft), Like a Fishbone, Brecht Workshop (Education), Bloodwood (Rough Draft). Company B: A Midsummer Nights Dream, Voices (Creative Development), Tiger Country (Creative Development). Playwriting Australia: The Bleeding Tree, The Damned, Swamplands, War Crimes, Tilt. Cry Havoc: Julius Caesar. Beyond Empathy: The Strange Case of Paprika Stead. Theatre of Image: Georgiana Woman of Flowers.NIDA Directors: In the Solitude of Cotton Fields, The Love Talker, Body of Water. SYV: Gallipoli. TV: Recipe for Murder (ABC), East West 101 (SBS). Double Take (7). Training: NIDA, Flinders Drama Centre (SA).
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Working with Kids
It is very important to ensure the specific NSW legislation relating to the employment of children is followed when booking child talent for any ‘Entertainment and Exhibition’ work. An Employer’s Authority must be obtained from the Office of the Children’s Guardian, when working with Children. Some exemptions exist such as if the child is over 10 years old, and the employment is outside of school hours and is for no more than 10 hours per week. However notice of the intention to employ a child must still be provided to the Office of Children’s Guardian to ensure compliance.
If an ‘Employer’s Authority’ is required, it is the responsibility of the employer to obtain one, this can be done by contacting the Office of the Children’s Guardian. Follow the link to the Office of the website for more information and to obtain an ‘Employer’s Authority’: http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/
Anna started acting at the age of 8 and by the time she played Nell in the ABC production of Seven Little Australians at 12 she was a seasoned professional. Her list of credits includes roles in a host of classic Australian television series including Prisoner, Home and Away, All Saints, The Sullivans, Sons and Daughters, The Restless Years, G.P, Janus, Police Rescue, to name a few. Playing Roie in the highly acclaimed mini series Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange was one of her favourite experiences, as was playing Kate in another mini series Fields of Fire. Her theatre work includes the inaugural and critically acclaimed production at the Belvoir St Theatre, Ha Ha Ha Performing Humans and the original long running Sydney production of Mum’s the Word. Anna is a graduate of the Ensemble Acting Studio.
Ashleigh has been part of the RMK family since 2011.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Performance from the Australian Academy of Dramatic Art in 2010, Ash has a strong skill set in performing, as well as a natural ability to breathe life into words lifted off a page.
Ash is currently a presenter for Disney Channel Australia on ‘Hanging with Adam & Ash’, with previous experience hosting Southern Cross Austereo’s ‘Dirt TV’, including corporate presenting for Optus, Carbud and The Australian Institute of Personal Training. Ashleigh has also spent time in various technical and design roles over the course of her training, giving her a broad skill set in the inner workings of screen and theatre production – knowledge that she feels has been invaluable to her in her career endeavors.
Ashleigh’s infectious energy and warm personality make her an absolute pleasure to work with, and her passion for performing, tireless work ethic and industry experience ensures that she’ll deliver a great result every time.
Beth’s acting career started in “Ratbags” a group-devised community theatre project with Powerhouse Youth Theatre in the Casula Powerhouse. Within a few short years Beth would appear on the big screen as country girl Emily in the Beatlemania feature film Secrets alongside Noah Taylor and Dannii Minogue.
An Arthouse film followed directed by the mighty Paul Cox and numerous roles in TV productions such as Home and Away, Brides of Christ, All Saints, The Last Bullet and Police Rescue as well as many 100% TV Commercials. Stage roles in Sydney Theatre Company’s “Away” playing Meg and in “Redheads” for Tamarama Rock Surfers.
Beth also worked as a voice artist and commercial actor in the UK and played a Witch in Macbeth outside a 13th Century castle in Scotland for a summer. Beth’s passion for group-devised performance continues as she produces and directs at a performance space she calls DramAttic and runs her Corporate Performance Training business Act! Workshops. To see Beth’s showreel please click here.
Brianna has always had a great passion for drama at a very young age and has been involved in performing arts since the age of 5 where she first attended Brent Street Studios for contemporary dance. She then continued at McDonald’s College for dance and drama as well as attending NIDA classes throughout school. Brianna has applied her acting skills through in-school drama productions from primary school to high school. Brianna attended The Actors Lounge for three years, which extended her skills and abilities in front of the camera. She has been successful in an Actron Air commercial and wishes to promote herself more for further auditions. Brianna is a passionate young woman who is committed to any role that is thrown her way.
Claire is a talented and multifaceted actor. She has a natural ability for character acting and a flair for accents – combined with her passion for performing this makes her an adaptable and versatile. She has had guest roles on Home and Away, Don’t Blame Me and Pizza and is at home on any set. She has worked consistently in theatre over the years and is extremely skilled at improv. Her professional attitude to work mixed with her lively and witty personality makes her fun and easy to work with.
Clare is a versatile and expressive performer, who has nearly 20 years experience as a professional actor. From her early days at ATYP, to many years on Sydney’s theatre stages, she found her home in front of the camera. Since her first television campaign in 1996, Clare has been ‘the face’ of many household names including McDonalds, Telstra, Woolworths, Kelloggs and Holden. She works extensively in the corporate arena, appearing in educational and training videos for Westpac, Lion Nathan, the RSPCA and Optus.
A darling of the independent cinema scene, Clare has starred in several cutting-edge feature films, including “The Edge Of The World”, “Left Ear” (which she also co-produced) and “Pitbulls”. She is also a talented writer, with a feature film script of her own (“Lois & Norman”) in development with production company Red Rug.
Growing up in Bowral and performing theatre from a young age, Demi-Lea knew that she would never want to spend her life doing something else other than entertaining audiences. Now having graduated with an ‘Advanced Diploma of Screen Acting in Contemporary Screen Media’ from the International Screen Academy, Demi-Lea now has a fierce passion in front of the camera as well as an expansive knowledge of how to function behind it. The intense 2.5 year course, allowed Demi-Lea to spend almost every day of her training in front of or around a camera. She breathes comfortability in front of the camera, takes direction exceptionally well and is an absolute pleasure to work with. Demi-Lea has also sparked a passion for writing and has begun to create her own work due to her extraordinary knowledge of the technical aspects of film and television. Demi-Lea is an inspiringly passionate young actress whose resilience is unlike most. Her power on screen is captivating and Demi-Lea always offers the best performance she is possibly capable of. Demi-Lea will debut in her first feature film, ‘Sweet Come Down’, to be filmed in November 2016 and released mid 2017. View Demi’s Showreel here. and more content here.
Contrary to popular belief, Gail started out as an actress on the stage. From the age of 23, Gail and a newfound southern American accent made their stage debuts in Steel Magnolias with the revered inner-Sydney amateur theatre group, the Kent Street Theatre. She then moved through 10 years of treading the boards in Sydney and Melbourne, from tap dancing in Dinkum Assorted to the beautiful Irish play, Dancing at Lughnasa. Staking a place as a character actress with a brilliant flair for accents, Gail has since migrated to on-camera work for TV shows like Home & Away, ABC’s The Hungry Beast, The Go Show for Nickelodeon, The Politically Incorrect Parenting Show, Blue Heelers, Crash Zone and a variety of corporate and often comedic commercial work. Check out Gail’s Acting Reel here, and her Commercial Reel here.
It was sink or swim time for Heather when she was selected for a Shakespearean tour with Sir Donald Wolfit in which she played Maria in ‘Twelfh Night’: and Hero in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. So began a long professional career during which time Heather has played many and varied roles in theatre and television. She was equally prepared to commit murder for the sake of her helpless sisters – Ellen Creed in ‘Ladies in Retiremnt’ – as she was to bring about the conviction of an innocent girl as Nanny Smith in ‘Potato Factory.’ Heather continues to bring both enthusiasm and a highly professional approach to the work she loves.
It seems that acting has been a part of Jen’s daily regime since birth after acting up as a baby, then acting out as a dramatic and over sensitive teenager. At age eight she developed a love for Poetry Eisteddfods which led to amateur Pantomime and her catholic schooling fostered and nurtured her talent singing until she graduated with an associate dip in theatre at the age of 19 confirming that Jen was indeed destined to perform! Her typing prowess afforded her a ‘day job’ whilst she sang jingles, mastered the art of voice overs, sang in various bands (rock, jazz and country) and put her face to commercials and corporate videos.
A graduate from Sydney Theatre School in 2013, Josephine is now exploring unique ways of filming screen combat with a top Martial Arts and Strength Training Coach. Currently ten weeks into training comments from those that have witnessed Josephine’s speed and skill have compared to her that of a seasoned fighter. Mentored by the likes of Julian Garner from Sydney Theatre Company’s recent production of “Storm Boy,” Underbelly’s Salvatore Coco and Australian Playwright, Malcolm Frawley, Josephine has the professional attitude and aptitude necessary for this industry. Director of ABC’s “Bedhead” series, Ben Matthews, is responsible for igniting her drive to be an extraordinary actor. From seducing the lens as a business woman in the recent short film, “How to beat boredom,” to dominating the stage as a gender-reversed role of Antonio in Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” Josephine thrives in powerful female roles. Yet her work as a lover and warrior in a music video for STS graduates reveals the rawness of her acting. A quality echoed by the determination exhibited in her latest training videos. At the moment she is writing some of her own screen work and dreams of starring alongside Jennifer Lawrence in an action/drama feature film. View Josie’s Showreel here.
Juliet, a native Brit, trained first as a psychologist and theatre director in the USA and then as an actor and voice expert at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art ,gaining the coveted Robert Evans Award for Best Actress. She went on to the London stage playing a string of powerful women appearing as Lady Macbeth, Susan in Plenty and Jean Brodie in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Returning to Australia in the early 80’s Juliet was chosen to play the leading role of Sara Dane in the South Australian Film Corporations first ever multi-million dollar mini -series Sara Dane. Juliet continued to perform and direct throughout the nineties and noughties, appearing extensively on TV as well as coaching celebrities and newsreaders in how to use their voice. She became one of Australia’s most versatile and sought after voice actors appearing in many Burbank animated productions and literally thousands of commercials. For several years she was the voice of Discovery Channel and Arena for Foxtel, and is constantly booked to narrate corporates and documentaries. Juliet is the ideal choice for the mature character and presenter roles, be they serious, tragic or funny. She is a buzz to work with and delivers a fine performance, every time.
In studio or on location, on camera or voice over, with autocue or without, Kate has been delighted to represent a wide variety of clients over the last 5 years. She is currently the “face” of Optus on day time TV, but has also presented and voiced commercials for Hamper King, Kobayashi, DELL, ANZ Bank, CSR Sugar, Insurance Line, Guthy Renker, Million Dollar Woman, International Masters Publishers, Best Direct and Kmart.
“Katie is fresh faced, vibrant and oozes an infectious personality through those big green eyes that will strangle your attention. She brings with her a wide range of life experiences that enables an easy delivery of an authentic performance either it being a sun shiny family friendly or comedy role to a dark and delightfully disturbing character. It’s been said that “Katie is like a chihuahua, a cute little snuggly lap dog that emits love and sweetness… but has the ability to shred your shins at any given moment.”
With experience in both sides of the industry, Katie has just got the discipline, creative understanding and intelligence to give you what you need and excitingly, more then what you would expect.”
Kelly’s passion for acting started at the tender age of seven when she was cast in the role of Maisy in ‘The Boyfriend’ at primary school. Subsequently as a child Kelly acted and danced in plays on the west end stage in London and performed in shows such as Guys & Dolls, West Side Story and Kismet to name a few. Kelly has also co presented two magazine sports series for ITV in the UK, and had her own sports segment on TWI/ IMG. In Australia Kelly has been a professional voice over artist for over ten years and recently completed an acting course with The Actors Lounge in Sydney. Check out Kelly’s Show reel here
Kim has worked on numerous voice over jobs including work for the EDGE 96.1, The Disney Channel and Nova 96.9. Her passion for performance is clear and her talent lies on the screen or stage, showcasing her acting talents. Kim has been involved in an episode of Rescue Special Ops and Toyota advertisements whilst being with RMK as well as stage performances through the Actors Lounge performing at King Street theatre. Kim is Always willing to work hard and give her best.
Picture this: an actress with the sass of Isla Fischer and the wide-eyed innocence
of Kristen Bell. Throw in some charm and blonde locks, and you have Lara
She is an inaugural graduate of a Diploma of Screen Acting (2012) from
Screenwise. Here she focused primarily on techniques for film and television.
Over the years, Lara has worked tirelessly to refine all the skills and tools she has
gained, working with some of the finest actors, teachers and directors in the
business. From furthering her training to Hollywood, she was accepted into TVI,
Lesly Kahn & Co as well as attending many casting director workshops.
She has starred in Saturday Disney, Dark Minds, short films, theatre, various
online presenting gigs for Kiis 1065 and WSFM.
Her biggest achievement thus far was creating her own show in 2015. She
created, directed, produced and starred in her own web series called “Cut “. This
is a comedy web series based on the life of an actor in Australia.
Lara is primed and ready to take on anything the business has to offer her with
integrity, tenacity and an infectious sense of humour. Check out Lara’s Show reel
Described as a girl with raw talent and natural ability from a young age, Lauren is a versatile actor who has trained and worked in film and television for the past 12 years. After studying a Bachelor of Performance at Nepean (University of Western Sydney), she moved on to complete a Cert IV of Performing Arts at Brent Street studios and has continued to refine her craft through training under some of the worlds leading acting coaches including Anthony Meindl and Lynette Sheldon.
Lauren has played lead roles in numerous TV commercials, independent films, drama series’, music videos and even dipped her toe into the world of reality TV. One of her favourite roles to date has been the lead in an independent sci-fi drama “8:47”, which gained acclaim in international film festivals and took her to Hollywood where the film won honourable mention at the Academy Awards qualifying ‘HollyShorts Film festival’. Lauren’s openness and willingness allows her to dive into whatever role may be thrown at her. She has a natural flair for comedy and her honest approach to her work allows her to bring an emotional depth and believability to every character. See showreel here and TVC reel here.
Watch presenter clip here!
Lisa’s natural tone is engaging and authentic, bringing life to scripts that seek to educate, inform and entertain. NIDA training and a ready repertoire of accents combine to ensure she remains highly sought-after for character voice acting. Her acting CV includes professional theatre and feature films such as The Square and Little Fish, TV roles in Stingers, Water Rats, Thank God You’re Here, The Secret Life of Us, and the web series Avalon Now.
A long loyal list of clientele, years of experience and a mastery of the cold read all mean you can book Lisa with confidence.
Michelle’s presenting style is fresh, energetic and fun! She has a natural ability to engage and connect with people, so when she is out and about vox-popping the general public on random topics, this really shines through. Michelle breathes life into any script and injects her own unique style. Over the summer of 2010/2011 she was Sydney’s own Helicopter Traffic Reporter for the Today show, Channel Ten news as well as many other radio stations. Not long after, she became one half of Channel Ten’s extreme sports program, ONE ACTION, with Bondi Rescue’s, Whippet. Each week they would channel their inner-thrill seeker and run amuck down at Bondi beach. Recently Michelle has leant herself to the Optus team by becoming an “Optus Guru” for their online content, also featuring in their Optus “No Gotchas” campaign nation wide.
Paige is a trained Actor and has been involved in Performing Arts since a young age. She has performed in Musical Theatre, Theatre Restaurants, Pantomimes and Improv Shows. Paige is also trained in various styles of dance, including Tap where she excels. Paige’s strengths lie in her versatility as an Actor, having worked across comedic and straight Theatre productions, and in improvisation. She is easy to work with and combined with her broad range of Performing Arts experience, brings a great energy to her work and those around her. Paige also runs her own Performing Arts school, The Tap Scene passing on her passion, knowledge and experience to others.
Paige Walker began her life in the arts at the age of 13. A native of the US, Paige has had the pleasure of working in theatre, music theatre, in film and commercials in both the US and Australia. She has played roles such as Kate in Taming of the Shrew to the title role in Gigi. She brings with her a plethora of experience & love of her craft to every project she is involved in.
London born multi-faceted vocalist, songwriter, and performer Paula Baxter started her musical journey at the age of 6 influenced by artists such as Nina Simone, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin. After graduating from Hammersmith and West London College with an advanced Diploma in Performance Art, Paula went on to perform with various original and cover bands before being snatched up by Norman Cook (Fat Boy Slim) to sing backing vocals for one of his projects The Alfabet Tree. Since relocating to Australia in 1999 Paula has immersed herself in the Sydney music and TV scene where it didn’t take long before she was a vocalist in demand called upon to lend her vocals to artists such as; Christine Anu, Richard Clapton, Pop ‘1927’, James Morrison, Jessica Mauboy, international artists Tony Hadley (Spandou Ballet) Belinda Carlisle (The Go Go’s) Josh Groban (USA) and Michael Franti (Spearhead) Paula’s TV appearances include, The Voice, XFactor the Morning Show, Sunrise, The Today show, Good New week, Spiks & Specks and Rove live to name a few. Paula is currently taking acting classes University and is keen to develop her skills in this area.
Naturally talented, Rebekah first appeared on screen after being cast alongside her Actor partner in a huge campaign for Western Australia Tourism. Rebekah has since been cast in a number of recent national commercials for major brands playing a varying number of characters including a frustrated yet forgiving wife, a capable mother of two sorting out the needs of her family, and a successful city business woman, to name a few. Rebekah is a Sydney based professional singer able to perform any style. She specialises in gospel/soul music on stage at least 3 times a week. She has performed live with Steve Clisby, and has sung on live albums recorded and filmed. She is a Creative director at her place of work, overseeing and coordinating over 40 people in music, production, sound, lighting and creatives. Miss Gould is a singing teacher at a creative arts college and also teaches a class for adults with disabilities. Rebekah has an honest and pure approach to on screen acting and is looking forward to furthering her career in television.
Scarlett has an incredible presence on screen. She has worked with some of Australia’s top TV producers and directors, who all adore her talent, enthusiasm and professionalism. Recently Scarlett has been involved in presenting an exciting new virtual reality program. She has also just returned from Taiwan where she featured as a ‘Regina George’ character in Jackie Chan’s latest action film, Bleeding Steel. The production teams in each of these projects could not be more positive about the quality of her work.
Scarlett’s Meisner training at Maggie Flanigan’s studio in New York, and three-year acting course in Sydney have galvanised a natural talent which has secured her place in the Australian film and television industry.
Sera entered the acting scene, completing an 8 week Intensive Acting Skills Workshop at The Actors Lounge. Since joining RMK she has appeared in both TV and print campaigns. An emerging unique voice, with uncompromising energy and talent, Sera is marking her tracks as she strides her musical pathway into the hearts of thousands. Her vocal prowess has taken her to the stage and performed for audiences around the globe including Sydney, Auckland, Malaysia, Japan and Macau. After studying Contemporary Voice for three years at The Australian Institute of Music, Sera was also a performer at the Institute’s Open Days, and was the face of their Media Campaign on billboard and in ‘Drum Media’. Her technique, range and tone was developed over years of study with her inspiring vocal coach Catie Halliday and more recently, mentoring by The Voice’s, Doug Williams. Throughout the years Sera has written/recorded original material with well-known Sydney producers and continues to complete her EP with artists including C Major and Hugh Murray. Sera is currently performing regularly with Doug Williams and his band The Mix while also attending castings to further her experience in acting and voice over work. In a world overloaded with mediocrity Sera raises the bar. Her passion, work ethic, and musical honesty make Sera Rose…a leader, not a follower.
Shae Brewster is no stranger to the telly, she’s best known for her 11 years hosting the long-standing children’s show Saturday Disney on the Seven Network. Other highlights in Shae’s established career include hosting Totally Wild, Kid’s Detectives (Beyond Productions), appearing as a guest host on The Great Outdoors, Sydney Weekender, Weekend Sunrise and Better Homes & Gardens. Shae has recently completed filming a new game show “Flushed” which will air on the Seven Network next year.
Sharon began her career in music theatre, film and television with roles in everything from “Sons & Daughters” and “Neighbours” to “Rafferty’s Rules”. Then Sharon was lucky enough to host “Cartoon Connection” Channel 7 which sent her on a new path. “I realised I was much better at being myself, than being someone else”. Since then, she has worked as a presenter and reporter on a number of lifestyle shows including Sydney Weekender Ch 7 Sydney, Coxies Big Break Channel 9 Melbourne, On Display Ch 9 Melbourne and Qantas Inflight Entertainment. These days, Sharon is busy as a voice over artist, corporate presenter and being a Mum. Watch Sharon’s Showreel
Simone Dee is a versatile concoction of talents and experience. Having performed professionally since she was 11 years old and spending years in Australia and the UK, acting in various TV guest speaking roles with the BBC and feature films both in the UK and in Australia. As a Singer travelling the world with both musical theatre and contemporary vocal roles to: Spain, Egypt, Ireland, and various touring shows around Australia, such as: Off – Broadway shows, backing International artists, and regular Solo “Morning show” appearances. Also doing Vocal Sessions for writers, and Original projects. Simone now still performs every week for Corporate Clients, Clubs, and Session work, whilst running her own Singing school with her Singer Husband. She has combined the lunacy of parenthood and the randomness of a self-employed performers life and the result is a vivacious, lively, well travelled, all-rounder, afraid of nothing, and mad enough to try anything within the realms of performance!
Suzanne is a gifted actor, starting her acting and singing career in children’s theatre productions across schools, shopping centres and theatres. Suzanne went on study at the Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts and has continued to work in all areas of the performing arts. With an eye to a challenge, Suzanne has taken roles in independent theatre and film covering the gamut of genres from comedy to horror. Directors enjoy working with Suzanne because she brings a lot to her roles, can take direction and hits the mark every time. Suzanne continues to take on television commercial work and voice over for leading national brands (Woolworths, NSW Health, Challenger, KFC, Aldi, Foxtel) with a versatile persona that covers off posh to quirky to earnest. Suzanne is always ready for the next adventure and the chance to meet the next challenge.
Vicki is a new member of RMK Faces and is delighted to be presented by the agency. She has been taking part in acting classes for nine years now, with a variation of different teachers such as; Alita Fey-Lee, Mary Vass. Now most recently at the Actors Lounge she has had the pleasure of being taught by; Tash Beaumount, Jules Tyler and Malcom Frawley. Vicki has taken part in a number of school productions as well as performed at the Kings Street Theatre, and has done various on-camera works. Her dedication to drama is due to her long life dream of acting, and the more she is taught of the skills and techniques of the craft the more her passion grows. She has also studied Drama in high school, and will do so for the HSC, acquiring the knowledge of Brechtian, Abusrdist and Classical Greek Theatre, as well as sufficient character development work. Vicki is a natural performer, as she has a background in presenting her talents of dancing, singing and acting to a public audience. Her outgoing and quirky personality are attributes to her open and welcoming attitude to learning and working.