Roxane Wilson

With a career spanning over 30 years, Roxanne is a graduate from WAAPA, as well as training at the famous HB studio in New York, in the Meisner technique and taking further drama training with Robert Modica.

Roxanne’s feature roles in plays include Noel Coward’s Private Lives, Practical Mamet, Edward Albee’s Finding The Sun and Freak Winds by Marshall Napier. Audiences in Australia also know Roxane through her television work in Water RatsStingers and The Alice.

During the same period, Roxane was “Angie 4 “ one of 8 Angie leads in the confronting independent film Black and White and Sex. In addition Roxane played the lead role in the short film Emily written and directed by the celebrated student Benjamin Mathews from the Australian Film Television and Radio School. The film Emily has won awards in Australia and Belgium, as well as being officially selected for the St Kilda Festival in Melbourne, the Cannes Festival in France and the Etudes Panorama in Poland. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts in Los Angeles has also nominated it for the best student foreign film.

Roxane teaches

Holiday and Term Classes

Acting Classes for Young Adults 12-16

Screenteens & Acting Classes for Teenagers

Screenteens prepares young adults with professional screen acting techniques for a successful move into the Film & TV industry.

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