RESUME 

 CHRISTINE MILO 

Height: 5"5   |   Eye Color: Brown   |   Hair Color: Black

Christine dedicated three years to formal intensive training at Australia's premier acting school QUT (Queensland University of Technology), from which she graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting). Christine is professionally trained in stage combat, improvisation, singing and dance.

 WORK EXPERIENCE 

Theater

Playwriting Australia   |   White Pearl  |   2018  |   Lead Actor

QUT   |  Splendor in the Grass  |   2014  |   Lead Actor

QUT   |   A Chorus of Disapproval   |   2014  |   Supporting Actor

Film

Kiersten Villanueva   |   On Mommas   |   2019  |   Lead Actor

Kenji Bennet  |  Another Place   |   2019  |   Supporting Actor

 

Little Shaw Productions   |   The Team   |   2018  |   Lead Actor

Little Shaw Productions  |  Adult Conversations   |   2017  |   Lead Actor

Sundayarvo Productions  |   Stage Mums   |   2017  |   Supporting Actor

Jacob Detwiler  |   Cul-De-Sac   |   2015  |   Lead Actor

Commercial

MLA   |   The Greatest Meat on Earth   |   2017  |   Supporting Actor

 Training & Workshops 

Robin Dale Meyers   |  Private Acting Coach   |   Current

Margie Haber Studio   |  On Going Classes  |   2019

Les Chantery   |  Film & Television Masterclass   |   2019

 

Kim Farrant   |  How to Access Raw Truth   |   2016

Tim McSweeney   |   Advanced Audition for Screen  |   2015

QUT   |   Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting)   |   2014

Dianne Eden   |   Linklater Voice Training   |   2014

Kat Davidson   |   Stand Up Comedy   |   2013

Justin Palazzo-Orr   |   Basic Level Stage Combat   |   2012

Charles Allen  |   Eric Morris Method Acting   |   2011

 Special Skills 

Christine is also a formally trained dancer with a background in Jazz and Hip Hop.

 

In addition to acting, Christine has also worked behind the camera. Writing, directing, producing and starring in the comedy short, überRICH. Christine's first short film was shortlisted for Tropfest and the Stellar Short Film Festival in 2017.

Christine then went on to win two awards at the Shorts in Paradise Festival (SIPFEST) including People’s Choice. She was then nominated for Best Young Filmmaker at the Noosa International Film Festival and accepted into Cinefest Oz and the Sydney Indie Film Festival. 

© 2018 Christine Milo.