Welcome to the story of five unlikely allies in life. Throwing caution to the wind, they’re teaming up, signing contracts and buying a house together. It’s a grand social experiment. It might be genius, or it might be a total disaster. But one thing is for certain: they’re not putting their lives on hold for love any longer.
The show premieres 15 May at 8.30pm on 10. Watch the first trailer HERE.
The first trailer for feature film 'Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan' has been released ahead of Anzac Day in Australia. The film tells the story of he watershed conflict during the Vietnam War which saw 108 Australian and New Zealand soldiers ultimately defeat more than 2,500 heavily armed Viet Cong troops.
Starring SJM's Daniel Webber, Ben Esler, Travis Jeffery, and Stephen Peacocke, director Kriv Stenders says: “It is truly an epic movie, made with the kind of ambition, scale and scope that is rarely possible in this country. I am honoured to have had the opportunity to tell this significant and remarkable Australian story and to be finally sharing it with audiences.”
Watch the trailer below.
SJM's Daniel Webber stars as lead singer Vince Neil in upcoming Netflix biopic 'The Dirt'. The first trailer has just been released and gives audiences the first glimpse of this rock'n'roll epic based on the book of the same name.
Rollingstone says " ... expect a truly debauched movie that delves deep into their rise from the early Eighties Sunset Strip metal scene to their days as arena headliners and their epic collapse in the Nineties as bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam made them seem like dinosaurs almost overnight."
Watch the trailer below.
We're proud to announce that Shingo Usami will star in season 2 of 'The Terror' alongside George Takei.
Shingo will play Henry Nakayama in the series, which takes place during World War II and is set, in part, in a Japanese-American internment camp.
Production is scheduled to begin in January in Vancouver. Season 2 will air on AMC in 2019 with ten episodes.
Read about it here on VARIETY.
We are so excited to announce that we now represent the brilliant and talented Michelle Doake! Since graduating from The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), Michelle has worked as an actor, singer and voiceover artist. She has trodden the boards with the most prestigious theatre companies including the Sydney Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare, Ensemble Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company and Perth Theatre Company. She has appeared in TV series including Puberty Blues, My Life With Julia, All Saints and Backburner.
On the voicing front, Michelle has worked extensively in animation and interactive games, and is terrific with all voicing styles including retail, promo, corporate, dialogue and character acting. She has a beautiful natural delivery and is a true professional and a joy to have in the studio.
David Collins is a BAFTA , Emmy, Logie and Helpmann winning writer, actor and voice artist, better known around the world as half of The Umbilical Brothers.
David plays 'Arnie ...
Kelly Monisse is a breath of fresh air with a natural warmth, authenticity and playfulness that she brings to the room, making her a delight to work with. Originally from the Sunshine State ...
Grant Lyndon began his voice career at the age of 14. He is also a trained actor, presenter, musician and writer, and a very proud father of four.
Grant's versatility has allowed him to work across many platforms from TV and radio promo, advertising, corporate and IVR to animation and narration in both television and film. It's Grant's ability to add just the right feel and personality to a read that keeps him busy as one of Australia's most in demand voice artists.
Grant also works as a voice coach to both newcomers and seasoned voice artists. Have a listen to his demos below to hear what he can bring to your work.