I have had a passion to entertain people since I was young driving our household into hysterics. My parents saw my passion and at 14 they supported me to start my journey and booked me in to do a course at NIDA in Screen Acting. I started gaining lead roles with the Film Schools in Sydney and knew this was my passion. I increased my understanding of acting by attending coaching classes with Lynette Sheldon and master classes with Larry Moss and Bill Hughes and audition workshops with Christine King Casting. I also travelled to LA to attend a boot camp at Stella Adler's school. I continued studying with the Australian College of Theatre & Television and also learned the American accent thanks to Troy Mackinder, refining my skills with Matt Zeremes & Guy Edmonds at BAAA. I have done US voice over for a character in the film Bedlam and US accent in a segment for ABC's First Tuesday Book Club. I've also appeared in an episode of Deadly Women. I have also done some Theatre at the Short & Sweet Festival and some modelling and photoshoots but have a passion and prefer screen acting. Over time I have gained experience in a variety of forms of screen acting from extras, ADR/VO, music videos, commercials to lead roles and cannot wait to be immersed full-time in screen acting. I have also been to Canada and have a working visa to enable me to gain some international acting experience.
Name: Amelia-Rose Gattellari
Lives in: Sydney, Australia
Film (Thriller) Actor George is haunted by the demons of his family's past and tortured by the voices inside his head. He makes one last attempt at recovery by contacting his dead mother's doctor. The doctor's orders; that he attend Bedlam Hospital for a guaranteed recovery. As George checks in he's confronted by a world of society's unwanted, unloved and unstable. Soon, he will discover that all is not as it seems. The hospital hides a dark secret. Welcome to Bedlam... Written by Diabolic Pictures
Film (Short and Drama) Actor Two sisters struggling with grief find renewed hope and repaired relationships.
Television (Documentary and Crime) Actor Deadly Women fuses bone chilling story telling, sumptuous period drama and forensic fact in a bid to explore history's most alluring, intriguing and horrifying female killers. Each episode profiles four famous cases from the past and delves into a deadly world shaped by spiraling forces that are beyond the women's control: obsession, greed, and revenge. Written by Toby Padilla
Film (Short and Drama) Actor Ricochet is the beginning and end of a love story. Agnes is leaving Gael, her long-term boyfriend, suddenly, and without explanation. Told through a series of vignettes, Ricochet is about the tricks of time, perceptions of love and memory's persistent invasion of reality. Ricochet is inspired by Luis Bunuel's biography My Last Breath, and features a riveting central performance from award-winning Australian actor Daniel Henshall (Snowtown). Sometimes life can only be understood backward. Unfortunately it has to be lived forward. Written by Anonymous
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