SJM's Daniel Webber has been cast in the Netflix original series ‘Marvel’s The Punisher'. He will be taking on the role of Lewis Walcott, a young veteran who has had a difficult time re-assimilating into Civilian Society. The series will stream globally on Netflix in 2017.
SJM's Katie Robertson is starring in new Australian comedy series 'Rosehaven'. Catch this hilarious show Wednesdays 9PM on ABC.
Catch James Lugton and Huw McKinnen in Bell Shakespeare's Othello. After touring around Australian it is now showing at the Sydney Opera House - not to be missed!
Ed Oxenbould has just wrapped on Australian feature film 'Butterfly Tree' and is heading to the US to commence production on feature film 'Wildlife'. Based on the Richard Ford novel, the film follows a boy who witnesses his parents marriage falling apart after his mum finds another man. Ed has been cast alongside Jake Gyllenhaal & Carey Mulligan.
We are looking forward to catching new Aussie drama 'Doctor Doctor' starring SJM's Hayley McElhinney as Penny. Penny is a no-nonsence, quick-witted Head Doctor at WhyHope Hospital, who has been appointed as Hugh's (Rodger Corser) supervisor. 8.40PM Wednesday 14th September on Channel Nine - Don't miss it!
Mel Gibson's new film 'Hacksaw Ridge' has screened at the Venice FIlm Festival to rave reviews and a standing ovation. SJM's Firass Dirani stars in this World War II biographical war film. Looking forward to the premiere 25th October in LA and Australian release in early Novemer. Check out the amazing trailer here.
SJM's Sean Dennehy attended the premiere screening of DON'T TELL, directed by Tori Garrett, which he appears in alongside a stellar cast including Jack Thompson, Rachel Griffiths, Aden Young, Jacqueline McKenzie and SJM'er Peter Bensley. The film is due to be released next year.
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.
James Lugton is a seasoned theatre performer, having performed in plays including Much Ado About Nothing, Cyrano de Bergerac, Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, The Libertine, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Taming of the Shrew for which he won a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actor in an Independent Production. On TV, he has appeared in Wonderland, Packed to the Rafters, Paper Giants: The BIrth of Cleo, All Saints, Home & Away and most recently, Mary: The Making of a Princess. Early feature films include BMX Bandits and Garage Days and more recently, James has been seen in Joe Cinque's Consolation and Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge.
NIDA graduate Bonnie Sveen stars in Seven's new series The Secret Daughter. She is best know for playing the much loved character of 'Ricky Sharpe' on Home & Away for the past 6 years, for which she won a Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent and received two further Silver Logie nominations. She also managed to fit in a recurring role in Spartacus: Blood and Sand for the Starz! Network during that time. In her final year at NIDA, Bonnie played the lead role of ‘Violet’ in Alice Bell and Craig Boreham’s component of the multi-story feature film Before the Rain.
Bonnie has a beautiful natural read and a unique, down-to-earth sound.
Alex Papps is well known as being a much-loved host on the ABC's children's show Play School. An accomplished actor, he graduated from the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and became hugely popular as original foster child 'Frank Morgan' on Home and Away, having previously also starred in The Henderson Kids. More recently he has appeared in the ABC drama series Time of Our Lives and Seven Types of Ambiguity.
Alex has a very relatable and trustworthy voice, takes direction well and is just a lovely guy!