Vote now for who you think should be the Most Promising Actress Of The Month for June 2014! If you feel that you or someone you know deserves to be a featured as one of the Most Promising Actresses 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. This is not a page where you can post your rants – we will ONLY approve comments that are constructive to the nominees. Let’s just keep this voting poll fair and fun!
1. Chantelle Naude (Australia)
Chantelle Naude has been involved in the arts and dance since she was just 9 years old. She has been studying drama and acting since she was 17 years old as well as learning instruments and taking singing lessons to further enhance her craft. She had her first featured role on “Wasted on the Young” which went international along with many up and coming Australian talents. Her credits also include getting a lead role in a short film for the Fringe World Fremantle Film festival, getting a featured role in the Perth feature film “Infected Paradise”, getting a speaking role in a major Australian Feature film called “Kill Me Three Times” and just recently she has been cast as a second lead in a short 40 minute Perth feature with SAE. She has enjoyed learning and growing her skills via Perth Acting College, a short course with WAAPA, Frog Management and the Nicholson’s Academy of Screen Acting.
2. Demitra Sealy (Australia)
Demitra is a young, vibrant, multi-lingual writer, dramaturge, theatre maker and actress who has been an active presence in the theatre industry since 2011. She is actually both a trained theatre and screen actress. Having graduated with Bachelor of Performance from AIM-DA (formerly known as AADA) in 2013, Demitra has extensive training and skills both on and off the stage & screen. Some of these skills include theatre design and backstage crewing, writing and pitch proposals & marketing campaign construction, acting, producing, corporate performance, stage combat, dancing and singing. Recently, she has been in such productions as Jason Langley’s Australian premier of play Chekhov in Hell, Andrew Davidson Playhouse Creatures & Meg Collin’s The Shift amongst many others. She also has many years of experience in charity, promotional & children’s entertainment. Her up and coming work includes the launch of the creative networking company ‘A Day in the Life’ and screen work on various short and feature films including Double Vision & Dare to be Great.
3. Rebecca Robinson (Australia)
Rebecca was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia. While studying for her Bachelor of Arts at university, she began acting in plays and short films. Recently, she has been accepted to study at the prestigious Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, where she will undertake a Master of Arts in Acting for Screen, one of less than twenty candidates worldwide. Her professional film debut was in the feature film “These Final Hours”, playing a mysterious, sexy party girl in the apocalyptic thriller. This was closely followed by the breakout role in the independent Australian web series, “Nasty Pieces of Work”. Her performance as the troubled Adelaide was actually lauded as “heartbreaking”. As well as being an actress, Rebecca is a photographer, a writer, and a passionate social justice activist – she continues to advocate for many causes including Take Back The Night, and campaigns for more diverse representation of women in the media.
Vote for who you think should be the “Most Promising Actress 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 27th of June, 2014 at 1am 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!