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1. Steven Sammut (Australia)
Steven Sammut is a Melbourne based actor represented by Triple Talent Management. He began studying acting around 6 years ago through Screen Actors and TAFTA – he has always been passionate about acting in television and film. His time with Screen Actors and TAFTA has given him the chance to be coached by leading casting directors, actors and teachers. He has been cast in a variety of productions, some including; TV commercials (most recently MyKi and Coles), short films, music videos and The Julian Assange Story. He has also just finished filming a guest role in Neighbours.
2. Kurtis Stacey (UK)
Kurtis Stacey is a 22 year old actor who hails from Liverpool. He has appeared in various TV programmes and plays and he actually has a film coming up. His best achievement to date would have to be playing Alex in “Emmerdale” for 2 years. He spends most of his time at the gym and he is very passionate about his work.
3. Reds Decarvalho (UK)
Reds is a very hard working, self-motivated, and well organised actor who also has a very good sense of humour and is easy to get along with. He is passionate about acting and he wants to be a famous actor one day. He has appeared in a number of short films such as “Drift” by Maria Tanjala, “Butterfly” by Amy Ordinaire/Vinny Dhindsa,”The Fracture” by Adam Leat and “Millionaire Footballer”. He has also appeared in the World Cup 2010 advertisement for Coca Cola Zero.
4. Matt Oxley (Australia)
Acting has been Matt’s life-long passion. He studied Screen acting for two years at NIDA and another two years at Screenwise – he has been a professional actor now for the past 10 years. He has been a patron as well as a festival judge for the Arts North Film Festival for the past two years; he is privileged to hold this role because this position allows him to encourage the young film makers of tomorrow. He was also cast in the inaugural performance of the National Youth Theatre Company and the Australian stadium production of Ben Hur which was very rewarding and inspiring for Matt due to the entrepreneurial nature and scale of both productions. To date he has landed numerous TVCs and he has also played a number of roles in various short films and TV pilots.
5. Abraj Kather (Australia)
Abraj originally kick started his career via stage acting in theatre but then eventually moved to screen acting afterwards. In between the transition, he crafted his dancing skills in ‘Chunky Moves’ Melbourne. He has been trained extensively in both the principles of art and acting, where he has learned a lot of in-depth knowledge about method acting while devolving in a character and also knowing how to switch it off. He has also been mentioned as a Star in the Footscray Magazine.
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