Gabriel is a proud Wulli Wulli man born and raised in Rockhampton Queensland. He is an actor, comedian, writer and producer – perhaps best known for his comedic video sketches of a character he created called the Bush Tucker Bunjie. He recently wrote, directed and starred in the hilarious short comedy film Long Black with Steph Tisdell.
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Lafe is a proud Goenpul man from Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) in Queensland. He has worked extensively with Queensland Theatre, Kooemba Jdarra Theatre Company and others over many years as actor, director and producer and will be honoured with the Alan Edwards Lifetime Achievement Award or Outstanding Contribution to the Performing Arts in Queensland later this year.
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Charles Passi is an Australian actor and musician from the Torres Strait Islands. His acting career began as a regular on RAN Remote Area Nurse. For this role he was nominated for the 2006 AFI Award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama. He was also a main cast member of Grace Beside Me.
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Greg is an actor, stand-up comedian and voice artist with extensive stage and film and TV credits including Wentworth, The Circuit, The Sapphires, Mad as Hell and Wake in Fright. He has been a member of the Lloyd Jones ensemble for 22 yrs at La Mama Theatre which he considers his 2nd home.
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Paula is a Quandamooka woman based in Brisbane. She is an actor, writer, Voice Over artist and First Nations advocate. Paula has extensive film, TV and theatre credits including Wake in Fright, The Newsreader S2, Long Black, Upright 2, Darby and Joan and Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. She has worked with Queensland Theatre, Jute Theatre, Kooemba Jdarra and Ensemble Theatre.
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Perry Tracey-Mooney is a proud Yuwi person (Mackay), with South Sea Islander and Euro-Australia lineage, who grew up predominantly in Brisbane. They have worked as both an actor and model and are currently filming their first major television role on a new series shooting in Victoria.
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Aurora has a deep, heartfelt tone that works perfectly for PSAs and community awareness campaigns. Adept at spoken word poetry, she brings a profundity and realness to every read. VO credits include Victoria Police and Lexus
Kayci-lee Gillies is a proud Gubbi Gubbi and Kamilaroi woman, an ACPA Performing Arts graduate who is currently studying a Bachelor of Creative industries at QUT, majoring in Media and communications. Over the past 8 years she has worked/volunteered as a Youth Teacher in various Aboriginal communities across Queensland and the Northern Territory. Kayci has been performing on stages for large audiences across Australia since the early age of 6. She is currently a Developing Artist with Digi Youth Arts, Acting in a touring Docudrama with RACQ and QPS, starring in a short film and is co-writing another.
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Majeda is a Sydney based actress, singer and dancer who comes from a proud Wuthathi mother from Far North Queensland and an African American father. At five years of age Majeda started performing in schools with her family’s cultural dance group and over the years her talents have seen her perform over a wide variety of mediums. Majeda has become well known for her starring role in the ABC3 Drama series Ready For This and also appeared in On The Ropes and The Letdown.
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Sarah Roberts Field
Sarah is a Widjabul woman from the Bundjalung nation who has worked with Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA) to develop local stories from Regional NSW. She has been involved with a number of productions with the company including Three Brothers and The Horse’s Mouth.
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