Tia Andrea Guttensohn

Tia Andrea Guttensohn

Acting Teacher, Actor, Voice Actor and Host/presenter

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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May 2017
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About Tia

An Austrian-Singaporean who grew up in Singapore, Switzerland and Hong Kong, Tia is interested in working in the international theatre and film industry. After receiving her International Baccalaureate Diploma in Hong Kong, Tia returned home to Singapore and began her acting training at LASALLE College of the Arts, where she has appeared as W1 in Samuel Beckett’s Play, The Beheaded in Dracula: How I was able to face the mirror and realise that Living has become a chore, and Elbow and Mariana in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, among other productions. Tia has appeared in various commercials and short films, and worked as a stage manager and children’s drama teacher in Vienna and Hong Kong. While she has a passion for travel, she looks forward to discovering and diving head first into the theatre industry, with a particular interest in exploring multicultural identities.

Unique traits: Accents: American (ASS, Southern, New York), RP, German, Hong Kong, Singaporean, Australian (General) Instruments: Acoustic Guitar (Basic), Ukelele (Basic) Singing: Contralto – Mezzo Soprano Movement: Kalaripayattu, Suzuki Method, Viewpoints, Basic Ballet, Basic Tap, Basic Jazz Other Skills: Basic Runway Model Training, Scuba Diving (PADI Advanced Open Water Certification), Cycling

Credits

  • Swipe Right

    Swipe Right (2017)
    Theater by Claire Wong App, Jacquelisse Writer: Luke Vijay Somasundram Director: Claire Wong Dating is weird. And online dating? Much weirder. Swipe Right is a quirky comedy that’s kind-of about that. Well, that and suspiciously sentient smartphone apps. Plus cryptozoology. But mainly the dating thing. So join a bunch of hapless 20-somethings as they navigate a bizarre and wonderful world of love at first swipe. Along the way, we’ll ask the big sexy questions. Like, why does having so much choice make it so hard to choose? Also, how many right swipes does it take to get to Mr Right? Plus, do pick-up lines ever work?

  • Play

    Play (2017)
    Theater by Sarah Jane Scaife W1

  • INOKIM Mini Ad

    INOKIM Mini Ad (2017)
    Commercial Self

  • Detention Class

    Detention Class (2017)
    Theater by The Substation Chendol

  • Dracula; How I Was Able To Face The Mirror And Realise That Living Had Become A Chore

    Dracula; How I Was Able To Face The Mirror And Realise That Living Had Become A Chore (2016)
    Theater by Stefanos Rassios The Beheaded Writers: Edith Podesta and Stefanos Rassios Director: Stefanos Rassios “There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights.” – Bram Stoker A Japanese Fish Market. The Arctic Tundra. A Martian Invasion. An Online Profile. The Darkness. You never quite know where Dracula is lurking. Inspired by Bram Stoker’s novel, Dracula: How I was able to face the mirror and realise that Living has become a chore is a live-theatre-animation which will unearth the desires, fears and terror of existing in the world of the living dead.

  • Measure for Measure

    Measure for Measure (2016)
    Theater by Adam Marple Elbow, Mariana Shakespeare's Measure for Measure

  • Life's Too Good

    Life's Too Good (2016)
    Film (short) by Mirko Jeck Joanne

  • Family

    Family (2015)
    Theater by Noor Effendy Ibrahim Nam Kun, Ah Huat, Sah Soh, Lucy Leow Puay Tin's "Family"

  • Revolutionary Model Play 2.0 (SIFA 2015)

    Revolutionary Model Play 2.0 (SIFA 2015) (2015)
    Theater by Wang Chong Zhang Chunqiao Commissioned for Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015 Written by Zhao Binghao Directed by Wang Chong (Théâtre du Rêve Expérimental)

  • Dear Sister

    Dear Sister (2015)
    Film (short) by Nur Bibiyana Hussain Sharon

  • Spring Awakening

    Spring Awakening (2014)
    Theater by Aole Budi Miller Ilse Frank Wedekind's "Spring Awakening"

Education

  • LASALLE College of the Arts
    (2014-2017)

  • Renaissance College Hong Kong
    (2014-2017)

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