Eleni Schumacher

ELENI is a Sydney-based actor with experience in theatrical production, writing, collaborating and directing for theatre, and voice work. She trained with New York’s Atlantic Acting School (2012-2013). Recent theatre credits include Victory Over the Sun (Sydney Chamber Opera, 20th Biennale of Sydney), We Are the Ghosts of The Future (7-ON Playwrights, Village Bizarre), Great Island (Dir. Pierce Wilcox), Dead Time (Lace Balloon) and Details Unknown (Dir. James Dalton, Sydney Living Museums). She recently appeared in Crave in the 2016 Sydney Fringe Festival (Montague Basement), and Ecosexual Bathhouse at Carriageworks for Pony Express (Liveworks 2016).

Mark Dessaix

MARK has a close to a 20-year career in theatre, film, TV and commercial in both Australia and New York City where he recently joined the board of NYC based theatre company Headwall Theatre. Notable credits include: Other Desert Cities (Headwall Theatre, NYC), Elektra (DiMenna Center, NYC), The Bugalugs Bum Thief (Monkey Baa Theatre company), Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre); and premiere productions of Next Fall, The Temperamentals, MilkMilkLemonade, and The Death of Kings. He has done numerous commercials in both Australia and the USA including Volkswagen, Disney Orlando, Nandos and CommBank. Mark is a graduate of ACTT Sydney (Adv. Dip. Performance), and has trained regularly with Karen Kholhaas (NYC), Linklater Centre (NYC) and Stella Adler (LA). 

Ella Watson-Russell

ELLA trained as an actor at the Victorian College of the Arts. She has worked across Australia and internationally as an actor, theatre maker, producer and drama tutor. Her acting credits include work for Kings Cross Theatre, Queensland Theatre Company, Teatre Satu, Browns Mart, Darwin Theatre Company, La Mama, Darwin Festival, ArtBackNT, JUTE & Optic Nerve Performance Group, as well as in film, TV, voiceovers and for the corporate and education sector. Ella has worked with Spineless Wonders for a number of years voicing live and recorded fiction works, and hosted their ‘Little Fictions on Air’ radio show from 2018 – 2019. 

Daniel Fischer

DANIEL is a graduate of 16th Street Actors Studios full time program (2013) and has since continued training with Kerry Armstrong, Elizabeth Kemp (2013), Larry Moss (2015) and more recently with Lisa Robertson.  

In 2017, he was selected to participate in a workshop with Melbourne Theatre Company for Asian Australian actors, an initiative created by CAAP (Contemporary Asian Australian Performance Group). 

His theatre credits include The Great Australian Play (Montague Basement), Gone (Gasworks & Brisbane Powerhouse) and Heirloom (The Actors Theatre Collective). His recent screen credits include We’re all in this together (Logan Mucha) and Composure (Mad Pixie Productions). 


Katie Regan

KATIE is an actor and filmmaker. She most recently studied at the Atlantic Acting School in New York City on an academic scholarship where she studied Practical Aesthetics. She graduated from the Sydney Actors School where she worked with Kevin Jackson, Anthony Skuse, Philip Quast, Kim Hardwick,Julia Cotton, Anca Frankenhaeuser and Lyn Pierse. She has also worked in the Young Actors Studio with Garth Holcombe, Anna Houston and Les Chantery and is a proud member of MEAA/Equity.

Lewis Scamozzi

LEWIS is a Sydney based, professional actor with over 10 years experience and training. Upon graduating from Sydney Theatre School in 2008, Lewis was cast in Shakespeare By The Sea’s 2009 season of Romeo and Juliet and Measure For Measure and has been working steadily ever since. He has appeared in channel 9's Tricky Business and Deadly Women airing on the Discovery channel, feature films The Unjudged and Thaddeus, theatre shows such as Romeo and Juliet, The Importance of Being Earnest and Macbeth and even hosted the live improv comedy show Tweatre which enjoyed a highly successful run at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Lewis is represented by Bedford and Pearce Management: www.bedfordpearce.com.au

Lauren Hamilton Neill

After winning a scholarship and gaining a degree in Music Theatre at the Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music, LAUREN moved to the big smoke of Sydney. Since then she’s appeared as several murderers on "Deadly Women", a bikie girl on "Brothers in Arms: Bikie Wars", a Loki-inspired checkout chick in "Gods of Wheat St", and a terrible actor from Belfast in "Busy As Usual: The Web Series". And with the recent additions of A Remarkable Career and Dead People Problems to her list of credits, she can now add "leading lady" and "sarcastic ghost" to her repertoire.

In 2019, Lauren was in Los Angeles to receive the award of Best Actress International for her work in a short film, ‘A Remarkable Career’, co-starring Zoe Carides.




Tim McGarry

Passionate about interrogating, developing and devising new Australian work, TIM trained at WAAPA and works as an actor, writer and director.

Tim is currently a commissioned writer for both the Queensland Theatre adapting  Trent Dalton’s Boy Swallows Universe, and by The Art House Wyong and The Capital Tamworth to adapt Colleen McCullough’s Tim. Between 2005-2017 Tim was a Creative Director and Producer at Monkey Baa Theatre Company, one of Australia’s largest touring companies for young audiences, where he co adapted and produced nearly 20 new Australian works.

Tim’s acting credits include I Am Jack, Hitler’s Daughter, The Prospectors (Monkey Baa), It’s a Dad Thing (TML Management), The Sentimental Bloke (WATC), Bouncers (RTC), The Carthaginians (O’Punskys), Time Gentlemen, Macbeth, Italian Stories, (Theatre South) The Information (Company B Sharp), Big River (Gordon Frost). Film and TV credits include Lilian’s Story, The Camera Trap, Backberner, Goddess of 1967, All Saints, Underbelly - The Golden Mile and Manny.





Emma Kew

EMMA graduated from NIDA in 2018 and currently lives and works on the land of the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. Her credits include (TV): Doctor Doctor (Stage): The Midnight Gang (CDP), LIARBIRD (Crack Theatre Festival), Håmlet (Ban Shakespeare), Blood on the Cats Neck (Montague Basement) and Leopardskin (JackRabbit Theatre). Emma received the Hazel Treweek Shakespeare Award for excellence in Classical Theatre in 2017 and also holds a Diploma of Live Performance and Technical Services (Stage Management) from AC Arts and a Bachelor of Psychological Science from the University of Adelaide. She is a proud member of the MEAA.







Alex Neal

ALEX graduated QUT Acting in 2017, and has been living and working in Sydney.  Alex is a long-time member of the Little Fictions Production team. He is currently working on a short film and recently appeared in the Australian film Danger Close.






Sarah Kennedy

After completing her Acting training with a Bachelor of Theatre Arts in 1998, SARAH enjoyed an award winning career in professional Australian theatre and film for 10 years before deciding to focus on her family and her burgeoning voice career.  For the past 18 years she has enjoyed success across all genres of voice work and draws on her solid foundations in acting and voice training to narrate audiobooks in Australian, British and American accents with her versatile voice that is strong and clear with oodles of natural warmth.

Sarah has narrated for Penguin Random House in Australia and is currently working on a series of five audiobooks with USA Today bestselling author Juliette Duncan.






Aileen Huynh

Following graduating from WAAPA, AILEEN made her professional debut in the critically acclaimed SBS mini-series Better Man. Since then her screen credits have included Neighbours, Spin Out, The Commons and as mad scientist Everick in series 1&2 of Cleverman. You will also find Aileen regularly on Australian theatre stages. Recent credits include David Williamson’s The Big Time, Gloria for MTC and Flight Paths for The NToP. She has done national tours of Critical Stages’, 4000 Miles and Performing Lines’ Hello Goodbye & Happy Birthday, which received a Helpmann nomination. 

Aileen’s voice credits include audiobooks such as Alice Pung’s Laurinda, Jessie Tu’s A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing, and ABC National’s radio series A Thoroughly Wet Mess.


Anni Finsterer

Anni is an actor, and bestselling author. She is a Voice-over Artist, Singer, Keynote Speaker, Director, and Facilitator. She was awarded an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama for 3 Acts of Murder and won Amazon bestseller for her book Radical Rock and Roll Resilience. Recent TV credits include the television series The Gloaming for STAN, Glitch for the ABC and Harrow. Feature films include Luke Eve’s I Met A Girl, Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country, the horror anthology Deadhouse Dark and Craig Boreham’s Teenage Kicks. Alongside various ad campaigns, Anni recently voiced for Flying Bark’s 100% WOLF, and Go Gentle for Andrew Denton.

Thomas Burt

THOMAS is a Sydney-based actor and voice artist - a 2017 graduate of the International Screen Academy, he has also trained at NIDA and with Howard Fine.

He is the voice of 89.9 LightFM in Melbourne, and previous clients include AMP, Ribs and Burgers, Triple J, Snapshot Games and Gloucester Valley Wines. 

You can also catch him in video games Phoenix Point, Demon Turf and Lovingingly Evil, and narrating for audio with Lyric Audiobooks.

Aimee Smith

AIMEE is a full-time Australian voiceover artist represented by EM Voices. She has narrated almost a dozen audiobooks, having worked on titles with Penguin Random House that are now available on Audible, including 'FLY: Financially Literate Youth' and 'How to Train Your Dog.' She has a background as a former Primary School Teacher which makes her an asset working on children's content and instructional reads, and with her tremendous experience in working on video games such as SMITE, she is excellent with vocal differentiation, energetic performances and accent work. She looks forward to helping you bring your next book to life!

Felix Johnson

FELIX is an actor living and working in Sydney. After graduating from WAAPA (Acting) in 2013, he has featured on stage in The Merchant of Venice (Sport for Jove), Fierce (Old Fitz), Four Minutes Twelve Seconds (Old Fitz) and The Credeaux Canvas (Seymour Centre), as well as a completing international tour of the USA with original Australian production The Unknown Soldier (Monkey Baa). Felix has a range of professional stage and screen experience including Picnic at Hanging Rock (Foxtel), Secret City (Foxtel) and Danger Close: the battle of Long Tan (Red Dune Films). He has performed at over twenty Little Fictions events, is currently developing a black comedy series for television and has produced a range of theatre shows across Sydney since early 2018.

Vaishnavi Suryaprakash

Vaishnavi Suryaprakash is an Indian-Australian actor based in Sydney. A 2017 NIDA graduate, she also holds a double degree in Arts and Law from Sydney University.  Vaishnavi's theatre credits include: White Pearl (STC); Life of Galileo, Counting and Cracking, and Sami in Paradise (Belvoir); Moby Dick (Sport For Jove); and Pramkicker (Vox Theatre). Vaishnavi's screen credits include: Wakefield. Pieces of Her; The Secrets She Keeps, and I am Kannagi. As a voice artist, Vaishnavi has worked for triple J radio, and Spineless Wonders Audio in the audiobooks 'To My Maker' and 'Zorba the Buddha'. For her performance in Counting and Cracking, Vaishnavi received the 2019 Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role.