Vote now for who you think should be the Most Fascinating Female Actress of the month for April 2013! If you feel that you or someone you know deserves to be a featured as one of the Most Fascinating Female Actress of the month then let our talent coordinator know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! Please keep it in mind that any person who leaves negative, unpleasant and unnecessarily rude or derogative comments will be removed and banned from this site permanently. We will ONLY approve comments that are constructive to the contestants. Let’s just keep this voting poll fair and fun!
1. Saara Lamberg (Australia)
Saara Lamberg is of Finnish origin. She is a multilingual, singer, yoga teacher and director as well as an actor – she has a BA (HONS) in acting. The Australian government actually granted her a ‘Distinguished talent’ permanent visa in 2012. She has won an award as best actress in an international film festival in Media Studio in Lithuania. She was introduced to the Australian audience via her role as ‘Sabrina’ in Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here” and she also played the Heroine in “Patient 0, world first live action zombie survival game”. She has actually starred in close to a hundred indie short films and features.
2. Sheridan Morris-Flynn (Australia)
Sheridan Morris-Flynn is an Australian actress studying on full scholarship at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Hollywood. She has been studying there for almost two years now but she is represented in Australia and she has worked on popular shows such as ‘Neighbours’, and ‘as the bell rings’, as well as feature films such as ‘the cup’. Along with that, she has also done many short films and theatre and has also appeared in commercials for AAMI Car Insurance, MJB Homes, Procal Technologies and Sovereign Hill. While living in America she’s had the opportunity to study alongside award winning actors, Oscar, Emmy and Screen Actors Guild winning teachers. She has also worked on several short films, feature films and commercials in the US.
3. Sarah Keating (England)
Sarah is a fun, creative and goal driven actress who hails from Liverpool, England. Hailing from a normal working class background, she considers her proudest moment as having the courage to leave her full time job to pursue acting as a full time career. Since then she has studied the approaches of various American practitioners in both New York and Los Angeles allowing her to develop her own technique. Back in England she has gained feature film, television and theatre credits, she has appeared in various short films, did some voice-over work and 3D filming did some presenting and even appeared in a mini YouTube series. After recently returning to LA to perform a self-written monologue at a showcase, she managed to gain interest from several top Hollywood industry professionals. With feature film opportunities already arising for 2013 and 2014, she is grateful to wake up every day knowing that she is on an amazing journey.
4. Amelia Gattelari (Australia)
Amelia’s asset is the experience she has had with great mentors in the entertainment industry for an upcoming actress of only 17. Amelia’s passion took off in 2010 and immediately she launched herself into action and obtained some lead roles with the International Film School. She has a portfolio with SEEN Models and studied the American accent and was asked to use that skill in ABC’s, First Tuesday Book club and Diabolic Pictures, Bedlam. Other opportunities she has had to use her skills are in, a national commercial for Telstra and of course the experience of doing voice over and playing extras for IFSS and Sydney Film School. Amelia has gained a supporting lead role in a current feature film in preproduction. Her formal training began at NIDA where she was also introduced to the understanding of the Hollywood dream with Pro Act Hollywood. In 2012 Amelia was then offered a placement and flew to LA to boot camp with Stella Adler. Her further studies include the challenging Master classes of Larry Moss, Tom McSweeney and Bill Hughes which have been invaluable, audition workshops with Christine King and her continual coaching with Lynette Sheldon has increased her passion to say “the knowledge of the craft adds depth to my skills that I hope to become a great actress”. Amelia’s blend of skills had led her to be accepted at The Actors College of Theatre & Television and she looks forward to being able to bring out the best of any character for directors.
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