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Biography

Kaitlyn Thor

Height: 5’10”

Age Range: 35- 45 years
Degree: Advanced Diploma in Perfoming Arts, "The Journey" ACTORS CENTRE AUSTRALIA
Location: Sydney, Australia (Willing to travel Nationally and Internationally)

Film
2020

DEADLY WOMEN (TV) as Tyler Block Patton Directed by John Mavety

KAYO (TVC) Directed by Matt Devine

By The River (SF) as "Annie" Pre Production

 
2019

The Invisible Man (FF) Directed by Leigh Whannell

Eight (SF) as "Diane" Directed by Beverley Callow (Post Production)

St Vincents (TVC) as "Mother"

McDonalds (TVC) as "Wife"

 
2018

Our Differences (SF) as "Rebecca" for Director: John Kay

I Dance (SF) as "Betty" for Director: Jared Pearce

Killa Kafe (Web Series) as "Boss Boss" for Director: JD Cohen

Sysiphus in the City (SF) as "McKenzie" for Director: Caroline McQuade KAITLYN NOMINATED FOR "2019 BEST ACTRESS AWARD: TOP SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL" 

2017

After (SF) as "Mother" for Director: Ramon Samson (AFTRS)

Second Sight (SF) as "Mum" for Director Ashlie Fisher (AFTRS)

Panoptican (SF) as "Ellen" for Director: Emily O'Brien

Praxadike  (SF) as "Kathy" for Director: Eugene F. Raggio

2016

Home and Away (TV) as Ms Scholes, Seven Network, for Director David Gould

2015 and previous

Deadly Women  (TV) as Kimberly, Beyond Films, for Driector Katie Hides

Cops LAC (TV) as  Woodman, Nine Network Operations for Director: David Caesar    

Bad Coffee (SF) as "Sloane" for Director: Ben Draisma

The Bug Guy  (SF) as "Nancy" for Director: Paul Cammilos
Little Suzy (SF) as "Mum" for Director: Dan Jamieson

Feeling Amorous (FF) as "Sophia" for Director: Gianni Corvetti
Mortal Fools (FF) as "Helen" for Director: Phil Moore
Wishing You Were Here (SF) as "Ensemble" for Director: Briony Dunn

Fifteen Minutes (SF) as "Woman" for Director: Kaitlyn Thor

4 Play (SF) as "Tracey" for Director: Matt Angus BEST OF THE REST "TROPFEST"

Sum of Existence (FF) Detective Forster Director: Jon Cohen
The Cut (TV) as Sergeant Maggie McHugh, ABC, for Director: Mandy Smith

Home and Away (TV) as Helen, Seven Network Operations, for Director: Mark Piper

Fire Flies (TV) as Hotel Receptionist, ABC, for Director: Jessica Hobbs

Always Greener (TV) as Dominatrix, Seven Network Operations, for Director: Scott Hartford-Davis
The Wait (SF) as "Wife" for Director: Chris Lawrence
Solitaire (SF) as "Woman" for Director: Gabe Van Aalst
Actor Phobia (SF) as "Various" for Director: George Whaley AFTRS
Misdemeanor (SF) as "Dream Girl" for Director: Adam Dodman
Sydney Fashion Police (SF) as "Sally" for Director: Phil Huxley
Y2K (SF) as "Michelle" for Director: John Hoon Kim
Husband &Wife (SF) as "Wife" for Director: Stuart Tyrell
Sense vs Feeling (SF) as "Sense Girl" for Director: Tanya Schneider
Slaughter (SF) as "Jane" for Director: Wayne Moore

Awards

Sydney Theatre Awards:
NOMINATION: Best Supporting Actress 2018

Top Shorts Film Festival:

Winner! HONOURABLE MENTION: Actress

 

2019 Best Actress in and Independent Film - nomination

Skills

Guitar

Yoga

Simmer

Scuba Diving

Tennis

Accents

Australian

Standard American

English

New Zealand

 

Theatre
2019

 (We Ate) The Poisoned Apple as Ida, KXT Storytellers Festival, for Director: Kirsty Kiloh

 
2018

Stupid Fucking Bird WINNER 2018 SYDNEY THEATRE AWARD for BEST INDIE PLAY and KAITLYN NOMINATED FOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS as Emma, The New Theatre, for Director: Warwick Doddrell READ MY REVIEWS HERE

 
2017

The Big Meal as Woman 2 (Nikki, Maddie and Jaqueline), The Depot Theatre, for Director: Julie Baz READ MY REVIEWS HERE

 

2016

Don't Talk to the Actors as Lucinda, Sutherland Shire Theatre Company, for Director: David Bunt

 
2015 and previous

No Exit as "Inez", Suck it and See Productions, for Director: Briony Dunn
Push Up 1-3 as "Pratrizia", Cipher Productions, for Director: Anthony Skuse
Achilles as Sarah, Short and Sweet Productions, for Director: Trisha Starrs
Wild Honey as Anna Petrovna, Suck it and See Productions, for Director: Briony Dunn
Pick Ups as "Various", Tamarama Rock Surfers Production, for Director: Travis Williams

Love Match as "Jules", Short and Sweet Productions, for Director: Jacinta Legge Wilkenson
The Lover as Sarah, Cipher Productions, for Director: Anthony Skuse
Oceans of Time as Various, ACA Prodcutions, Directors: Dean Carey, Chrissie Koltai
The Taming of the Shrew as Katherine, ACA Productions, for Director: Lisle Jones
A Month in the Country as Natalia Petrovna, ACA Productions, for Director: Dean Carey
Cream of Cult as "Various", ACA Productions, for Director: Brett Wood
True West as "Mom", ACA Productions, for Director: Andrew Lloyde
Sweet Pheobe as "Helen", ACA Productions, for Director: Andrew Lloyde
Vocations as "Vicki", Cement Box Theatre Productions, for Director: Vicki Keating

LIGHT GLOBE AWARDS Nominated for "Best Suporting Actor"
King Lear as "Various", American Academy of Performing Arts, New York City, for Director: Jim Demonic
Ben Elton’s “Gasping”  as "Catherine", Cement Box Productions, for Directors: Trish Appleyard, and Jonothan Brand
Comparative Love Scriptures as "Various", Cipher Productions, for Director: Kaitlyn Cox
Out of the Frying Pan as "Dotti", Cement Box Productions, for Director: Trish Appleyard
Goodnight Desdemona, Goodmorning Juliet as "Constance Ledbelly", Cement Box Productions, for Directors: Linda Page, & Patti Glasgow
Hotel Sorrento as "Pippa Moynahan", Brisbane Arts Theatre, for Director: Brenda White
Low Level Panic as "Celia", Cement Box Productions, for Directors: Linda Page, & Patti Glasgow

Commercial
 

Mcdonalds, Vodafone, Oak Milk, ELoan, NRMA, Energy Australia, Becker Entertainment, Retravsion.

Training & Workshops

Kim Farrant Raw Truth in Acting 2018 and 2019

Acting Master Class with Ben Mathews, Andrew lloyde and more, 2014 to Present 2017

Anthony Meindl Acting Intensive with Anthony Meindl, April 2015

Larry Moss Acting Intensive Scene Work 2014

The Screen Practice with Benjamin Mathews, and Marty Murphy. Screen Acting Workshop, 2003 to Present 2016

Actors Centre Australia- THE JOURNEY- Graduated with Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts. 2001

Tom McSweeney. Acting for Camera Weekend Intensive. 1999

Rowena Balos. Shakespeare and Voice. 1998

Rowena Balos. Camera and Voice. 1998

The Actors Workshop, Brisbane. Acting for Film. 1996 to 1999.

Michael Caton. Acting for Camera. One term as part of The Actors Workshop. 1997.

The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York. Practical Aesthetics Summer School. 1996

The Academy of Film and Television Australia, Gold Coast. Graduate 1995.

 

 

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