julia billington                          harvey kaska zielinski

  Julia graduated from NIDA in 2008 and has worked across film, television and theatre since. She is about to appear in the highly anticipated second season of the ABC’s legal drama Janet King playing Lance Corporal Karen Parker. Her latest Australian feature film, All About E, in which she plays farm girl Trish, has been screening in cinemas worldwide. Julia’s television credits include telemovie Catching Milat, (Shine Productions); East West 101 (SBS); as well as Tricky Business and In Your Dreams (Southern Star). She has appeared in several short films including Shopping; Manmares; The Filmmaker; and Thanks For Coming.     

 

Julia graduated from NIDA in 2008 and has worked across film, television and theatre since. She is about to appear in the highly anticipated second season of the ABC’s legal drama Janet King playing Lance Corporal Karen Parker. Her latest Australian feature film, All About E, in which she plays farm girl Trish, has been screening in cinemas worldwide. Julia’s television credits include telemovie Catching Milat, (Shine Productions); East West 101 (SBS); as well as Tricky Business and In Your Dreams (Southern Star). She has appeared in several short films including Shopping; Manmares; The Filmmaker; and Thanks For Coming

 

 

  Harvey began acting at a young age in W.A, and after a decade of diverse training and theatre productions he attended the Actors Studio in Sydney. Aside from his work as Chris in seasons four and five of Starting From Now, Harvey's recent projects include: the role of Coal in the 2013 Mekelle Mills feature film Zoe.Misplaced, All War is Deception (Melbourne Fringe Festival), The Farce of Sodom (Adelaide Fringe Festival), Quills (Mockingbird Theatre Company), and the Lipton branded short film Coming Home (MOFILMS). These days Harvey is based in Melbourne.

 

Harvey began acting at a young age in W.A, and after a decade of diverse training and theatre productions he attended the Actors Studio in Sydney. Aside from his work as Chris in seasons four and five of Starting From Now, Harvey's recent projects include: the role of Coal in the 2013 Mekelle Mills feature film Zoe.Misplaced, All War is Deception (Melbourne Fringe Festival), The Farce of Sodom (Adelaide Fringe Festival), Quills (Mockingbird Theatre Company), and the Lipton branded short film Coming Home (MOFILMS). These days Harvey is based in Melbourne.

      Linda Grasso              Kylie watson              clementine mills

Linda has worked in many facets of the entertainment industry. She graduated with a Bachelor of Sociology including Theatre and Film studies at the University Of New South Wales, has studied at Actor’s Centre Australia and TVI Studios in Los Angeles. She has won awards for her stand up comedy in Australia and for her acting, writing and filmmaking in Australia and the US. Her award winning short films include ‘My Two Lives’, ‘Wishful Thinking’ and ‘Stretching The Friendship’ and her latest comedy pilot 'Jan of All Trades'. Linda’s recent acting roles include 'Trish's Top Tips', a 'how to' comedy, spin-off web series from 'Starting From Now'. Her other roles include a comedy film called 'Brothel' where she plays a pristine and educated madam, and a sitcom called ‘Rock Chikz’ where she plays the lead singer of an all female rock band which was screened at New York’s ‘Mamapalooza’ Festival in USA.  

Linda has worked in many facets of the entertainment industry. She graduated with a Bachelor of Sociology including Theatre and Film studies at the University Of New South Wales, has studied at Actor’s Centre Australia and TVI Studios in Los Angeles. She has won awards for her stand up comedy in Australia and for her acting, writing and filmmaking in Australia and the US. Her award winning short films include ‘My Two Lives’, ‘Wishful Thinking’ and ‘Stretching The Friendship’ and her latest comedy pilot 'Jan of All Trades'. Linda’s recent acting roles include 'Trish's Top Tips', a 'how to' comedy, spin-off web series from 'Starting From Now'. Her other roles include a comedy film called 'Brothel' where she plays a pristine and educated madam, and a sitcom called ‘Rock Chikz’ where she plays the lead singer of an all female rock band which was screened at New York’s ‘Mamapalooza’ Festival in USA.  

Australian born actress Kylie Watson is best known for her role as Shauna Bradley in 'Home and Away' (1999 – 2002) for which she was nominated ‘Most Popular New Talent’ at the 2000 Logie Awards Australia. Kylie began her career as a teen photographic model and was a finalist in the international beauty pageant’s ‘Miss International’ 1996 (Tokyo) and ‘Miss Asia Pacific 1996’ (Philippines). She spent the subsequent two years fulfilling modelling contracts abroad. During 2009 - 2011, Kylie starred in two independent feature films playing Mary in ‘Calendar Girls‘ with upcoming DOP Kent Marcus, and Jill in PHOBOS produced by Mark Piper. She has also starred in various short films including the well known GLBTI hit ‘Lightswitch’ in 2008. In 2010, Kylie landed her first ever comedic role as Veronica in the lesbian web series ‘The Newtown Girls’. And in 2014, commenced a recurring role as Jackie in the popular webseries ‘Starting From...Now’, now into its 5th season with over 25 million hits worldwide.

Australian born actress Kylie Watson is best known for her role as Shauna Bradley in 'Home and Away' (1999 – 2002) for which she was nominated ‘Most Popular New Talent’ at the 2000 Logie Awards Australia. Kylie began her career as a teen photographic model and was a finalist in the international beauty pageant’s ‘Miss International’ 1996 (Tokyo) and ‘Miss Asia Pacific 1996’ (Philippines). She spent the subsequent two years fulfilling modelling contracts abroad.

During 2009 - 2011, Kylie starred in two independent feature films playing Mary in ‘Calendar Girls‘ with upcoming DOP Kent Marcus, and Jill in PHOBOS produced by Mark Piper. She has also starred in various short films including the well known GLBTI hit ‘Lightswitch’ in 2008. In 2010, Kylie landed her first ever comedic role as Veronica in the lesbian web series ‘The Newtown Girls’. And in 2014, commenced a recurring role as Jackie in the popular webseries ‘Starting From...Now’, now into its 5th season with over 25 million hits worldwide.

After a happily nomadic upbringing in England and New Zealand, in 2010 Clementine emigrated to Australia to start her own life and career in Sydney. Since graduating from Actors Centre Australia in 2012, she has been accruing industry experience in film, theatre and television. Her most recent roles include: Tracey in M.Rock (Sydney Theatre Company) Virginia in Edgar's Girls (Poe Burlesque Theatre Company) Mizi in Sweet Nothings (Pantsguys Productions) Caitlin in the feature film Mirror, and Nat in Zoe.Misplaced, an indie film which focuses on the normality of life as a lesbian, and is currently gaining momentum within the national and international film festival circuits (http://www.zoemisplaced.com/) Clementine is also a writer, printmaker and a proud and involved member of the LGBT community.

After a happily nomadic upbringing in England and New Zealand, in 2010 Clementine emigrated to Australia to start her own life and career in Sydney.

Since graduating from Actors Centre Australia in 2012, she has been accruing industry experience in film, theatre and television. Her most recent roles include: Tracey in M.Rock (Sydney Theatre Company) Virginia in Edgar's Girls (Poe Burlesque Theatre Company) Mizi in Sweet Nothings (Pantsguys Productions) Caitlin in the feature film Mirror, and Nat in Zoe.Misplaced, an indie film which focuses on the normality of life as a lesbian, and is currently gaining momentum within the national and international film festival circuits (http://www.zoemisplaced.com/)

Clementine is also a writer, printmaker and a proud and involved member of the LGBT community.

           

            francesca savige                            lauren dillon

Francesca graduated with two degrees, in Theatre and Acting, from the Queensland University of Technology and has furthered her studies in Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and Shakespeare & Company in the US. In September 2015 she will spend 3 weeks training at The Globe in London as a recipient of a Globe International Actors Fellowship.  Francesca's theatre experience includes 'Shellshock' for Parramatta Riverside; 'Girl in Tan Boots' for The Griffin Theatre Company; 'Away', 'The Importance of Being Earnest', 'The Female of the Species' and 'The Crucible' for the Queensland Theatre Company; 'All's Well That Ends Well', 'A Doll's House', A Midsummer Night's Dream'. Much Ado About Nothing', Cyrano De Bergerac', 'Twelfth Night', The Comedy of Errors' and 'The Tempest' for Sport for Jove Theatre Company. 

Francesca graduated with two degrees, in Theatre and Acting, from the Queensland University of Technology and has furthered her studies in Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and Shakespeare & Company in the US. In September 2015 she will spend 3 weeks training at The Globe in London as a recipient of a Globe International Actors Fellowship.  Francesca's theatre experience includes 'Shellshock' for Parramatta Riverside; 'Girl in Tan Boots' for The Griffin Theatre Company; 'Away', 'The Importance of Being Earnest', 'The Female of the Species' and 'The Crucible' for the Queensland Theatre Company; 'All's Well That Ends Well', 'A Doll's House', A Midsummer Night's Dream'. Much Ado About Nothing', Cyrano De Bergerac', 'Twelfth Night', The Comedy of Errors' and 'The Tempest' for Sport for Jove Theatre Company. 

Lauren has worked as an Actor in Film, Television and on stage for Channel 9, The ABC and Opera Australia, as well as independent film and theatre. Her screen credits include Rescue Special Ops, Sea Patrol, East of Everything, the feature film Truth(starring Robert Redford & Cate Blanchett), and Stephen Sewell’s Embedded.  Lauren directed and starred in the web series The 27 Club, for which she was named the RAW Brisbane 2014 Filmmaker of the year, and 2016 is bringing her back to writing with 2 television series, a couple of web-series and a feature film currently on the drawing board. Lauren is a proud member of the MEAA.

Lauren has worked as an Actor in Film, Television and on stage for Channel 9, The ABC and Opera Australia, as well as independent film and theatre. Her screen credits include Rescue Special Ops, Sea Patrol, East of Everything, the feature film Truth(starring Robert Redford & Cate Blanchett), and Stephen Sewell’s Embedded.  Lauren directed and starred in the web series The 27 Club, for which she was named the RAW Brisbane 2014 Filmmaker of the year, and 2016 is bringing her back to writing with 2 television series, a couple of web-series and a feature film currently on the drawing board. Lauren is a proud member of the MEAA.