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1. Stefan Aleksander (Australia)
Stefan originally landed the role of Danny Zuko in the musical Grease in 2006. In 2008, he starred in another musical titled “Back to the 80’s”, performing three shows at QUT Gardens Point theatre. He took a brief hiatus from acting due to an intrigue behind-the-scenes and then he received a Diploma in Screen & Media in 2009. In 2011, He performed in a few short films, which helped him realise his true ambition in acting. This lead him to attend and graduate from the Film & Television Studio International in 2014. In Melbourne, he landed the role of Paul in a web series titled “Film 101” (which is currently in post-production) as well as attended a Larry Moss Masterclass in April.
2. Kurt Goehner-Winter (Australia)
Graduating high school in 2013 and obtaining a mark of 85, Kurt decided to pursue acting as a career. He went forward as a freelance artist obtaining work where he could and pursuing courses at institutions such as NIDA, ScreenWise and 75% Old School. In the two years Kurt has been acting, he has appeared in a multitude of short films for institutions and independent film makers such as Jack Jazz and The Battle of the Bass NYFA, Brotherhood UTS and Jake Kick It, Ads including 2 that have been aired nationally on Foxtel and features films such as “Gods Of Egypt”. Kurt still attends classes at 75% old School and is working with a multitude of young film makers and directors in creating professional work that will be submitted into festivals soon.
3. Xavier Dupe (Australia)
Xavier has been acting since the tender age of 6 years old, he constantly made an appearance in various musical theatres all throughout primary school as well as in year 11 and 12. Last year, he appeared in a number of short films, including “The Martha Martin Mysteries”, a comedy by Maggie O’Shea, as well as studying VCE Drama where he adapted the fantasy novel “Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief” into an 8-minute solo performance. He also had the opportunity to appear in Josh Thomas’ Please Like Me, as one of the students in a ridiculous school musical. This year he appeared in “The Note”, a play in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a number of short films, and he is currently rehearsing for the musical production of Legally Blonde in August and a play named Destroy Solzenitsyn in June.
4. Joshua William Parker (Australia)
Joshua William Parker is a rising star. The starting point of Joshua’s career began when he was just 12 years old, in the same program that produced stars such as Hugo weaving and Hugh Jackman. It was from here that Joshua caught the acting bug. Since then he has collected medals, awards and held the spotlight in the competitive world of acting, performing in nine theatre productions including the state performance of “The Mysterious Mr Sloanne” at the Seymour Center and “1790 a tale not often told” highlighted on SBS. He has appeared in various movies such as “The daughter” with Geoffrey Rush and the soon the be released 2:22, and he has also appeared in a number of commercials and internet productions all at the age of 19!
Vote for who you think should be the “Most Promising Actor Of The Month” in the poll below! The winner will appear in our website and will be featured in our magazine. The poll closes on the 30th of June, 2015 at 12am AEST (Sydney, Australia time) and you are eligible to vote only once per day (after you’ve voted, 24 hours must pass after the time you voted, for you to be able to see the voting form and vote again the next day). Please note that voting is also restricted to just ONE vote per IP address. Vote NOW and make your voice heard!