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Australian Season (2006)

Cast (2006)
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Workshop (2003)

Cast (2003)
Sponsors (2003)
Thanks (2003)


A graduate of The Actors Institute, London (UK), Sally has played leading roles on the London stage in various productions including Macbeth, Hamlet, Top Girls, Uncle Vanya and the World Premier of Annabel's Requiem. She has appeared on UK television in The Bookworm, The 80's, The Late Show and as "Angie Powers" in the BBC mini-series Bootleg opposite Tim Robertson (soon to air in the USA).

On the Australian stage, her credits include leads in On The Town, Streetwise, For Tomorrow We Die, Little Shop of Horrors, Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Song & Dance, Annie, Lovepuke, The Clairvoyant, The Auxiliary, Young Turks and the professional Australian Premier of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at the Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne opposite Julia Morris and Matt Hetherington during the 1999 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Australian television credits include Flying Doctors, Totally Full Frontal, The D-Generation, Bingles, Blue Heelers, Neighbours, Tonight Live and Comedy Inc. Film credits include Without A Word, Ring of Roses, Raising Props, Death of a Property Salesman, Within, Life of Death and Return and the UK features Ladybird, Secrets and A Little Rain Must Fall opposite UK comic Alistair Barrie.

She has just completed filming the lead role of "Catherine Gale" in Earnest Kim's Sleeper and was most recently seen on stage playing eight different characters ranging from an eighteen year old night-clubber to an eighty year old grandmother for The Melbourne Writers' Theatre Ten Minute Play Festival readings at the Carlton Courthouse.

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