A graduate of the University of Western Sydney (Theatre Nepean) in 2004, where she completed a BA in Performance Theory and Practice (Acting), Christine’s role as Portia in Lee Lewis’ adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, was well received by critics at the Seymour Centre in Sydney.

Christine has since appeared in such popular Australian television shows as Rescue Special Ops and Love My Way. Selected to participate in workshops with Peter Andrikidis and Higginbotham and McGregor Casting in Sydney, she has also had the fortune to engage in artistic endeavours across the globe.

Christine has been involved in theatre, film and television from a very young age. In 2000 she was selected to become a member of the NSW State Drama Company and participated in their Australian tour under the guidance of Paul Viles. With the company, she was cast in the lead roles of Catherine Earnshaw in Wuthering Heights and Rachel in A Property of the Clan. Christine has also trained in voice and movement under the tuition of NIDA’s James Hagen and Kirsty Reilly.

In 2007, she undertook further training at Pinewood Acting in London and performed in the theatre-based production, Top Girls, in Manchester, 2008. It was in this role that Christine carved a name for herself within the UK industry. Having lived in London and spent the past four years travelling, Christine is determined to compound her numerous experiences into furthering her acting skills and career in the Australian industry.

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