Based in Sydney, Adam is a young, vibrant and talented actor. Graduating from Sydney Theatre School’s three year Advanced Diploma course in 2016, Adam holds an incredible presence on stage and on screen. This strong presence has resulted in a number of memorable stage performances here in Sydney and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as some fantastic screen performances in a variety of short films, music videos and online campaigns. Adam is a creative artist who is known to take direction well and is easy to work alongside. His passion for acting underlines a great work ethic which always results in a committed and honest performance.
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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/
Adrian Mulraney was in the very first year of the Western Australian Academy in 84. He has appeared in over 80 theatre productions in Perth, Sydney, Darwin and Melbourne. He was in the most important productions that brought Deckchair Theatre in Fremantle to national prominence. He has also worked as a fight choreographer for theatre, TV and opera. He has played the lead role in many ABC radio plays and supporting roles in many more. There have been numerous readings for the ABC and he has recorded nearly 40 audiobooks available internationally. His TV credits include The Secret River, Miss Phryne Fisher, Heelers, Stingers, Halifax FP, MDA, Neighbours, Dirt Game, City Homicide, Winners And Losers, Rush and Satisfaction. Film work includes a comic-horror film, Zombie Brigade, Blackfellas, The Real Thing, Van Diemen’s Land, The Legend Maker and a German feature called Zukker as well as countless short films. A few years back, he wrote, directed and acted in a short film which was shown in many film festivals around the world and was a finalist in the New York film festival. He is one of Australia’s top voice-over artists and is heard on TV and radio regularly both here and overseas.
Andrew has worked regularly in theatre, film and TV for over 15 years. His recent theatre credits include Jeff in The Lunar Effect (Old Fitz Theatre, 2015), Gordy in Philip Ridley’s Shivered (Mad March Hare, 2015), Bottom in Peter Evans’ production of A Midsummer Nights Dream (Bell Shakespeare, 2013) and Alan in Lee Lewis’ national touring production Moliere’s The School For Wives (Bell Shakespeare, 2012). Children across Australia know him as the mischievous Andy from the stage adaptations of Andy Griffiths’ incredibly successful Treehouse Series (CDP, 2014/15). In 2013 Andrew toured schools around Australia with Bell Shakespeare’s The Players program. His self-devised comedy show, Rip Whitening’s SynchroDestiny Experience received the People’s Choice award at the 2010 Sydney Fringe Festival. On screen he is most notable for the lead role of Derek in the award winning independent feature film, Ad Nauseam directed by Nikos Andronicos (Back Seat Rebel, 2014). Andrew works as an MC and announcer at various sporting events around Australia and the world. He is a proud member of Equity. Check Out his latest Show Reel here
Ben is an actor born and bred in Sydney. In just a few short years, Ben has put together a substantial commercial showreel, booking hero roles in large scale campaigns for brands such as PayPal and The Athlete’s Foot. Multiple directors and casting professionals have recommended Ben for his great comic timing, ability to take direction and professional attitude. As an up and coming advertising creative, Ben has a fundamental understanding of what is required of him on set. Check out Ben’s Showreel here!
Ben has worked as an actor since he was 9 years old. Over the years he has featured in numerous TV commercials, a lead role in Breakers, guest starred in A Country Practice, Home and Away, All Saints, White Collar Blue, Head Start and a minor role in the critically acclaimed feature film Somersault. Check out his his showreel -> Here
Darren has been performing since his teens where he attended a performing arts High School in Sydney’s West. A multi instrumentalist, Darren performed in bands for many years, with a career highlight playing on the same bill as “Human Nature” . Darren then turned his creative passions towards film and television, quickly landing a part in the tv series “Headstart” that same year, then his first feature film soon after. Roles in other productions “All Saints”, “Bastard Boys” and a slew of independent productions have followed over the years including two seasons of the stage play “Ned Kelly ; The Australian Knight” (playing Steve Hart in the first season, then Dan Kelly in it’s return) and a season as Mr D’Arcy in “Pride and Prejudice” . Darren has also appeared in television commercials for a diverse range of clients such as Telstra, The Asthma Foundation, Deals Direct, was the face of the Newcastle Herald’s weekend edition and voiced NBN Newcastle’s “…what I like about summer” campaign for two years. In recent years Darren has also been busy behind the camera, directing and co directing projects that have seen local and international releases including “The 7th Hunt”, “Rose”, “Next Door to the Velinskys”and in 2016 co-wrote the screenplay for the the feature film “Ravenswood” which has been accepted for US distribution.
After training at Adelaide’s Flinders University Drama Centre, Doug fell into the evil clutches of rock n roll, having been told by the city’s leading agent that he was “… just too tall darling…how will you fit in the screen?”
Having stood comfortably behind a microphone for around 20 years, Doug is now becoming familiar with standing in front of the camera, most notably presenting several “Advertising Features” for carsales.com.au
See how he fits in the screen here.
Ed Wills grew up doing voice-overs and acting. From the age of four he was the cute, street-smart kid called uponto lend his voice to advertising campaigns (spoken and singing) for clients all over Australia including regular clients Optus and McDonalds as well as almost every radio station in Sydney.
In fact, by the time he landed his first long-term acting role in Home and Away, at the age of eleven, he was so grounded in the industry that his parents frequently had comments from Assistant Directors, make-up artists and fellow actors on how professional he was. That is one of Ed’s great strengths: his focus. Whatever the role or client, Ed is devoted to giving everything the attention it needs to not just be good, but great.
Apart from the professional aspect, his roles in both voice and acting have enabled him to show his strength,sensitivity and humour, a powerful combination.
Goran D. Kleut
Check out Goran’s new showreel here! Goran graduated from the Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts in Sydney and got his first break in film when he secured the role of Lampay Fay in Star Wars Episode III Revenge Of The Sith directed By George Lucas, while still studying. He was then cast as Moloch in the film Gabriel and shortly after the role of Vjek in Sea Patrol. He has built a reputation for being one of Australia’s finest character actors. A talented and dedicated craftsman, versatile and compelling to watch, who can seamlessly slip into any role with ease. Goran has since appeared in famous film and television productions such as The Great Gatsby directed by Baz Luhrmann, as Rekem in I, Frankenstein directed by Stuart Beattie and Underbelly where he played bikie president Jasper Pengilly. He can also be seen in Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries depicting European Gambler Karol Valenski. Goran Kleut starred as the god of the underworld; Anubis, in the blockbuster Gods Of Egypt directed by Alex Proyas. Goran portrayed, Andy ‘Ghoul’ Walker, a WWII soldier in the battle of Okinawa, in Mel Gibson’s new war epic Hacksaw Ridge. Goran stars in Skinford as Falkov and in Out Of The Shadows as Baal, as a pirate in the latest installment of the Pirates Of The Caribbean, franchise, Dead Men Tell No Tales. Watch him take on the roles of NEOMORPH and XENOMORPH aliens in the upcoming Alien: Covenant directed by Ridley Scott.
Jake is an accomplished actor and presenter. Over the last decade he has earned lead roles in TVCs for the likes of the Yoplait, Lynx, RTA, Sun Herald, Supercheap Auto and St George. Recently Jake featured in a global multi-media campaign for Microsoft. Jake’s presenter roles include a branded internet series for Volkswagen and training products for Westpac, Optus, GIO and the Royal Australian Navy. You can see all of Jake’s showreels, listen to demos, and get more info on his website: http://www.voiceoverman.com/Jake_Downs/Showreels.html
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Jesse is an actor, presenter and event MC. He’s also a musician, voice-over artist, has a degree in Sound Engineering and postgraduate degree in Broadcasting. He plays guitar, piano and sings in Sydney band Gaspar Sanz, and can rip a few breakdance moves if an emergency dance battle happens to break out. Jesse has earned TV roles in commercials for Hungry Jacks and Toyota and is currently host of X-Games’ Freesurfer TV, airing on ABC (USA). He has announced on radio in Perth and Sydney for NovaFM and 2DayFM and also travels around the globe hosting the music festival/sporting event The Music Run, which has taken him from China to South Africa, Sweden and across South East Asia. Jesse brings affability and warmth to any project, is malleable in his performance and follows direction.
His mum also reckons he’s just the best, so…
For his presenter demo click Here!
Joel is an Australian actor, presenter & voice. From a rich childhood of training and performance, Joel relocated to Sydney from the Byron Bay area. Across both Theatre & short films, Joel has now featured in numerous television commercials and hosted online campaigns for major brands like Nikon, McDonald’s & HTC. He has guest-starred in Home & Away, working alongside Chris Hemsworth, and has spent a number of years presenting ABC3’s music show ‘Stay Tuned’. He has also spent time in both Melbourne & Brisbane, creating shows for the same network (including ‘Handball Heroes’).
Joel’s voice has been heard across multiple platforms. In more recent years, he became the voice of e-learning content produced for Macquarie University; (Narrating the entire HSC syllabus of both Chemistry & Biology is not for the faint of heart!) Joel is also a singer-songwriter, plays guitar & happens to be a freelance video editor/producer. He is fun, creative, warm and mature – giving 110%. Joel is always willing and eager to deliver on any direction given. Check out Joel’s Showreel here.
Julian’s professional theatrical experience includes Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, Tom Stoppard and Tennessee Williams. Recently he impressed audiences with a range of characters and accents in the original Sydney production of “Atomic–The Musical”. He has performed in film and TV drama productions since 1987, with exposure around the world, including Australia, the UK, USA and South Africa. He has also appeared in a number of roles in a variety of television commercials. Julian’s on-camera presenter work is well known, with appearances for a wide range of high profile corporate, professional and industrial clients. A mother-tongue English speaker, he also speaks German and Afrikaans, as well as some French, Italian and Spanish. To see this talent first hand please click here for his commercial show reel and here for his acting.
I got my start back in the 1950′s (the silent era) and if experience in the commercial world of radio and later television and film counts for anything, I’m your man. A million commercials, corporate commentaries and visual roles as a character actor keep me one of the hardest working guys in the business. The secret? I’m a commercial animal. It’s simply a matter of completely understanding the client’s needs, enthusiasm for the product and the ability to be versatile in any given situation. Experience does the rest.
Since graduating from NIDA in 2009, Laurence has gone on to appear in the feature films The Cup and Before the Rain. His television credits include Neighbours, Devil’s Dust, Home and Away, and he is currently playing Doctor Jack Macauley on the Channel 7 drama Winners and Losers. Laurence has played a diverse range of roles from teachers, journalists, and doctors, to mad comedic directors. His versatility comes from his upbringing. Born in Yorkshire (UK), Laurence moved to Australia with his family when he was two and he has travelled widely ever since. He learned Spanish in South America. Laurence has worked as a drama and voice teacher, specialising in character work, and acting for film and TV. He has taught at NIDA, The Actors Centre Australia, and C3 Creative College. Laurence also teaches audition classes for commercials, having played the lead role in 12 commercials over his career. Watch Laurence’s Showreel
After many years concentrating on writing & directing, Malcolm returned to acting in 2004. He appeared in the recurring role of Bluey Waterhouse in the ABC-TV series Out There. He played major roles in the feature films The 7th Hunt & Sum Of Existence as well as supporting roles in the feature films Next Door To The Velinskys and I Wish I Was Stephanie V. He played the title role in the prize-winning short film Reubens as well as major roles in The Griever, The Game, Rose, Love Your Work and Product. On stage he has appeared in the plays A Delicate Egg, King Of The Castle, Feathers, and A Change In The Wind & is an original member of the Tweatre impro show. He has been featured 100% in TV commercials for Guardian Insurance & Foxtel/Socceroos as well as featured roles for Clear View, Aldi Coffee Makers and Spray’n’Wipe. Check out Malcolm’s Showreel here.
Matty Baseley is one part golf, one part show tune and one part natural born performer. In year 6 he won the ‘Loves the Limelight’ award and nothing has changed since. He is currently the co-host of the top rating drive show ‘Rosso on Drive’ program which is networked on KIIS 1065FM in Sydney and Mix 101.1FM in Melbourne. Matty is also a regular fill in host on the Kyle and Jackie O breakfast show. His first break in the biz was on the Nova Network in 2002 as the whipping boy for the ‘Merrick & Rosso’ breakfast show and Nova is where he spent the next 10 years doing a variety of roles from hosting his own nights show, national drive program as well as being the station emcee. In his time Matty has had the opportunity to work with and interview some of the biggest names in music and entertainment – from a hotel room in London with Ricky Gervais, the world’s smallest sound booth with KISS lead singer Paul Stanley, to trying to make sense of what Kim Kardashian was actually talking about. Matty’s presenting style is effortless, with a mix of charm, wit and cheek. Check out his Showreel here.
You may recognise Matty’s voice before you recognise his face. For years he’s used his dulcet tones to encourage Australians to buy stuff. Voice artist, musician, philatelist, tegestologist, MC and host….. He has a natural talent for making a script seem unrehearsed or seemingly improvised. After a professional life spent hiding behind microphones in dark studios Matty is increasingly being seen in a new light.
Test drive Matty and his plump skin today.
Check out his Showreel here.
Michael has been with RMK as a voice since 2001, and had recently made the transition into the world of acting. From slapping his ass and jumping into swimming pools wearing a tutu to cracking open beers with his eye socket and jumping over milk crates in Olympic style. Mikey has all the qualities of a great actor.. er.. well.. he’s learning every day. If you’re looking for someone that takes direction extremely well is keen to learn and gets sweaty very easily, then you’ve found your man! Michael acting dream is to play a drifter on Home and Away. He’d drift into Summer Bay and Alf Stewart would immediately have a grudge against him but in the end Mikey moves in with Alf and they become great mates. So check out the showreel and if you’re willing to give a kid from a small town*** a break do it!
Integrity and humour are paramount to Nick’s story-telling and his experience as a multi-disciplined journalist and presenter is legendary. He was invited to London to interview George Michael for E! News and a disarming style has delivered hundreds of interviews that include Bon Jovi, Ms. Lauryn Hill, U2 Manager Paul McGuiness, Debbie Harry, Stevie Nicks and John Mayer. TV credits include Studio Ten, Sunrise, Channel [V], Music Max,
E! News, and Ground Zero and he’s presented specials on ABBA, The History of Toyota Star-maker and INXS. Nick has hosted live Q ’n A events for Keith Urban, Barry Gibb, Kiss, Lisa-Marie Presley and Shannon Noll.
He holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) and industry longevity makes him an engaging media teacher and trainer in corporate and tertiary arenas (AFTRS and TAFE NSW)
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Nikos is an actor, presenter and radio host. He’s also a voice-over artist, scriptwriter and director, has bachelor’s degrees in Law and Philosophy from UNSW, studied directing and editing at the London Film School, and recently landed a diploma in French patisserie cooking. He speaks German and Greek, he sings and plays guitar, and he is currently curing the world of all known diseases. Nikos’s presenting credits include the SBS TV documentary series Greeks of the Sea (yes, it did involve sailing around the Greek islands for two months, don’t hate him), viral sensation The Truth Hunters (a stunt-based series selected for the front page of the world’s #1 comedy website FunnyOrDie.com) and award-winning feature-length documentary A Nivan Odyssey. Nikos brings a warm, intelligent presence to every project he fronts, while his quick wit means he’s great with off-the-cuff interviews. Nikos has also hosted live radio (calling rugby league and cricket on Macca and the Method) and interviewed countless celebrities for Sydney magazine The Brag. As an actor, Nikos has appeared in feature films such as Ad Nauseam, TV shows like The Ronnie Johns Half-Hour and web series like Psychotown (MTV). See his reel here:
From a theatrical family with both parents heavily involved with amateur repertory theatre & his father Johnny Johnstone becoming a well-known NZ actor & specialist children’s theatre tutor, PJ was involved in performing from a very early age. In 1972 he moved to Sydney where his life in the performing arts began via the original Sydney cast of Jesus Christ Superstar, playing an apostle & understudying several lead roles – a break which opened doors that are swinging still. Following Superstar came ten years of mainly musical theatre with roles in the original Sydney cast of the Rocky Horror Show, understudying most of the male roles, the first Australian production of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, the first production of the fledging Sydney Theatre company – Patrick White’s ’A Cheery Soul’ at the Sydney Opera House, ‘Hero’ – a rock musical for the Australian Opera Company, Reg LIvermore’s rock musical ’Ned Kelly’, the first New Zealand production of Rocky Horror Show – playing the dual role of Eddie and Dr Scott, and ‘Boy’s Own McBeth’ – Grahame Bond’s legendary anarchic rock musical comedy. ‘Boy’s Own’ had its humble beginnings in Sydney’s Kirk Gallery before an extended season at Sydney’s Paris Theatre before touring Australia then a season at Los Angeles’ Westwood Playhouse. Notable in PJ’s several on-screen roles was that of Cundalini, the biker villain in the original Mad Max, & the sleazy garage attendant in Running On Empty.
Ric Herbert has appeared on Australian Television for many years. Film credits include Peter Jackson’s epic King Kong (2005). While on TV he featured in Underbelly, Police Rescue, Home and Away, Sweet and Sour, Prisoner and All Saints to name a few. His musical theatre career includes lead roles in Sinbad, Rocky Horror, J.C.Superstar (Judas), Full Monty, Joseph and Assassins. Ric is a voice actor and session singer and has recently moved into producing new musicals and Australian films.
Rob Harding is an extremely experienced, versatile and engaging presenter. Both on-camera and in person Rob is warm, friendly and easy-going. He works on the weekends as an astronaut. Rob has presented training videos, instructional videos, promotional videos, TV commercials and more, for some of the biggest brands in Australia. Rob is also one of the faces of the BBC’s pre-school channel CBeebies. Rob calls this his ultimate gig, where he gets paid to speak in a pirate accent and dress up as a gnome on a regular basis. Rob considers it a huge privilege to earn a living from what he loves, and approaches every job with anticipation, creativity, a big smile and a coffee. No direction you’ll give Rob will be too weird or too hard, and he’s just as keen as you are to get the best result possible. To top it all off, Rob is easy-going, great to work with, ego-free and 100% biodegradable.
View Rob’s Show Reel here.
Find out more at www.robharding.com.
McGregor’s most recent credit was playing a seducer, the central character in a play about internet dating by Rivka Hartman in late 2013, a contemporary twist on his Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses. In the same year he played a fundamentalist father in a comedy about a man coming out on his wedding night. In Dan Ilic’s controversial ‘Beaconsfield the Musical’ he played various media characters as well as that of the narrator. McGregor loves Shakespeare and Greek Tragedy and has performed Shakespeare’s sonnets, in the Tempest, Twelfth Night, Coriolanus, played Oberon in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Medea in the Playbox’s production of the same name and Creon in Antigone. His roles in television extend all the way back to playing characters in Homicide and Division Four. See Below some of Robbie’s work:
Robbie as President Snow. Watch Here!
Robert started his professional career at the age of 12 with a TVC. Since that time he has appeared in numerous TVC’s, Television series and films. In recent years Robert has been focusing on his own projects and hitting the US scene. With a current valid 01 Visa, Robert was employed to be the pre-production, and on-set, acting coach for the feature film “Freedom” (Carry Me Home) starring Cuba Gooding Jnr & Bill Sadler. He also performed a small role in such. Moving back to Australia Robert has been teaching acting to Bachelor of Dramatic Arts students at the Wesley Institute as well as putting himself back into the mix within the Australian market. Robert is a highly “directable” and personable actor.
Simon has been with RMK for almost 15 years. He’s best known as a voice artist and works for all manner of clients throughout Australia and beyond into South East Asia. However, Simon is also an actor and on-camera presenter. His varied personal interests let him draw on a range of genuine personas from sophisticated and urbane to the rugged, outdoor Aussie. In the past year he has had small roles in Channel Nine’s “Power Games” and “Love Child” as well as Foxtel’s “The Devil’s Playground”. He has also appeared in various TVC’s including two alongside his 10 year old daughter, Asha! (also with RMK). On-camera presenting roles are another area Simon is often cast, be they for training, educational or promotional use. Simon delivers a very professional on-camera look that can be moulded to fit any audience from kids to corporate. Recent jobs include a series of training films for the auto industry, marketing presentations for several software companies and a promotional film for a pharmaceutical enterprise plus others. He is very adept with auto-cue and has a precisely honed ability to read long and complex scripts with almost no errors meaning minimal re-takes. Simon takes direction happily and is really easy-going to work with….. he also understands that when you break for lunch – the cast shouldn’t eat ’til the crew do! Watch Simon’s Showreel here:
Stephen Briggs is the author of the best selling memoir, “the boy who could tickle clouds” he has 20 years experience in front of the camera and an aversion to talking about himself in the third person.
Stephen James King
Stephen graduated with a full scholarship from Juilliard. His screen credits include The Great Gatsby, The Little Death, Home and Away, Life on Mars and The Rage in Placid Lake. On stage, he has performed at Belvoir, Sydney Theatre Company and most recently at the Ensemble Theatre with Helpmann Award winner Colin Moody in the acclaimed two hander, Red. Watch Stephen’s Comedy Reel here.
Ted began his career with Nashville’s Circle Theater whilst a student at Vanderbilt Uni, playing the title role in Brendan Behan’s “The Hostage”. Heading for New York City to apply to The merican Academy, he found himself stranded in upstate New York, where his distinctive voice quickly landed him a job in broadcasting with a small local radio station. After 9 years as a broadcast journo, including stints with WRKO-Boston, Metromedia News Network-Washington, and NBC News-New York (and a small role in the feature film “The Friends of Eddie Coyle” in between), he joined an international consultancy in an executive capacity in it’s London office. Ted’s first London appearance was an uncredited role in the James Bond film “A View to A Kill”,followed by increasingly substantial roles in “Highlander”,“Superman IV”, “Nightbreed”, “Spy Game”, “XXX”, amongst others. Ted also appeared in numerous television productions by BBC and independent companies in both the UK and mainland Europe. His stage work included playing “Mr. Archdale” in Trevor Nunn’s production of “Porgy and Bess” for two seasons at Glyndebourne at one season at London’s Royal Opera. Since relocating to Sydney with his Australian wife, he has continued working as an actor in films such as “Superman Returns”, “Knowing” and “Mao’s Last Dancer”. He also recently appeared as CIA station chief “Wild Bill” in the HBO/ABC series “Serangoon Road”.Watch Ted’s Showreel
Tim has been acting since he was 14 and to this day he is as enthusiastic as ever. Since 2013 he has been the lead host of “ABC ME”, which includes writing, producing, acting and presenting his own content for the channel.
Tim began his voice over career in 2015 and has worked with many high profile clients such as; Fox FM, Gold FM and many other independent productions.
He is well experienced within the industry, takes direction incredibly well, and is a pleasure to work with and be around. He looks forward to establishing himself more in the acting field.
Check out Tim’s acting reel here: https://youtu.be/5Ue22kl3ujA
After operating his own wine bar, restaurant, boutique and chart yacht Warwick became an actor and playwright in his early thirties. His work was performed throughout Australia as well as New York and London. As an actor, he appeared in dozens of TV dramas, sitcoms and telemovies. Besides many other hosting roles, he is probably best known for the supernatural series ‘The Extraordinary’, aired on national and international television for four years and 86 Episodes.