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About Sandy

It all started with impromptu tap dances for the local milk bar owners age 4. Then made-up radio shows, Shakespeare at school, jazz ballet, eisteddfods and university theatre. It was written in the stars. I was a performer. While I got all caught up with adult-ing, community theatre, choirs, swing dancing all kept the fires burning. Until the mid-naughties when I finally settled to my destiny: forging a professional career in stage, screen, radio and voiceover.

Melbourne-based, I’ve lived around Australia, spent a little time in the US, including intensive study at Atlantic Acting School in New York. Currently I’m cultivating a love of improvised theatre, and making the most of Melbourne Actors Guild (est 2021) to explore all the juicy ways to tell stories.

I’ve done all sorts of work across a whole bundle of industries, so my characters are alive with those experiences; with the wealth of life’s nuances. Comedy is a happy place, maternal caring roles are a staple, but there is something about a defiant woman with a cause that gets my creative juices pumping.

‘Credits’ tell my casting story and reels and gallery share some of my work. The most recent screen releases are feature film “Mutt”, a moment in the final season of “Jack Irish” (ABC TV) and short film “For Becky” (currently on SBS On Demand). Recent theatre includes Madwomen Monologues with Baggage Productions, and “Lenore” with The Knack Theatre.