Jess Collett is a British Actress based in London.
She studied Performing Arts at Worcester Technology College and then American Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College, gaining her BA (hons). This included a year studying at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Then she moved to London and worked on various productions of film, radio, TV, music video, corporate video & voice over as well as stage productions & rehearsed readings.
Jan 2013 to Mar 2014, Jess lived in Sydney and was represented by Carolyn White Management. She made Ads for Toyota and Foxtel as well as appearing in a number of short films and providing the voices for an animation.
She continued to train, taking Acting for the Camera with Gabriella Marselli-McGrail at Sydney Drama School & attended workshops with director's Tony Tilse and Peter Andrikidis as well as Bobby Galinsky's Masterclass - "the producer's perspective".
Recently she attended Mark Summer's Masterclass in London.
Film (Drama) Actress Football is Charlie's joy. When he has the ball at his feet, he can make magic happen - a gift that many teenage boys only dream of. Now the opportunity for Charlie to play professionally has come along. It looks like Charlie will be able to succeed where his father could not. But Charlie has a secret, a secret locked in his heart. Now, with his future seemingly mapped out, the secret cannot stay hidden any longer. Charlie's decision to reveal the truth tears his once united family apart and puts his friends in turmoil. No-one is quite sure of themselves or each other anymore and the road back to harmony is paved with obstacles, prejudices and confusion.
Liz & Richard
Film (Short and Drama) Actress Liz is closing the café after a long hard day when Richard arrives wanting a quick last drink. Unbeknownst to Liz, Richard has an ulterior motive, but things don't go exactly to plan.
Film (Comedy and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Michael and Kristen were child hood sweethearts, but haven't spoken in 10 years. Thrown back together as they both begin their thirties, is there still anything between them? With nothing but a gang of dysfunctional friends as allies will they discover if this second chance is love or just nostalgia? Dead Cat is a quirky take on contemporary relationships in London. Written by Sam Bern
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Film (Short, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Producer Josh sits alone in a café, happily watching the world go by. Even if that means denying his longing for the waitress, Annie. But when Carrick walks into his life, the scene is set for an opportunity that could change Josh forever.
The Two Teams Team
Film (Short) Actress Two characters, an actor and a video artist are chatting in a film set during a break. They are having a beer in the middle of props and cables. The conversation is about film sets in film and in video art projects, they are pointing out the differences of both ways of filming. They talk about budget, emotions and about the different relations that cinema and video-art have with fiction and reality. The camera has been getting closer and the quality of the image has changed to become more cinematographic. We no longer see the film set environment but just a frame with two characters. What at the beginning was a casual video in a break of a shooting is now a proper film of two characters talking. Written by M.S.B.G.
Film (Short) Actress Timestretched, a scientific future fiction. In a future society the use of hibernation has become widespread in all walks and spheres of life. The technology is such that it allows users to be frozen for seconds, months or years, be readily reanimated without physical side effects. The universal use of the system creates a new social dynamic. The story unfolds through 15 scenes in which characters from different environments and backgrounds reveal aspects of this new situation, the benefits and inevitable problems entailed within. The fact of being time easy to accumulate and death, if not abolished then indefinitely postponed, transforms human's whole economic, social and cultural structure. Written by M.S.
Rose Bruford College