Melanie is a singer-songwriter, musician, actor and the co-founding creative producer of Stirling Pictures.
Founded by Australians but based in Santa Monica, Stirling Pictures is currently developing five original features across the action, thriller, drama, supernatural/crime and comedy/horror genres.
Stirling Pictures is seeking a literary manager for its in-house writer, and like-minded experienced co-production/investment partners to work across financing, development, production, marketing and distribution.
Since 2013, Melanie has produced independent music, several music videos and a live concert at the world-famous Whisky a Go Go.
As an actor, Melanie has worked in Los Angeles on TV series such as Modern Family and features including Let’s Be Cops, Cardboard Boxer, My Sister, Jailbird, The Lady Killers and The Dog Who Saved Easter.
Melanie holds a Bachelor of Creative Arts, Bachelor of Journalism and Graduate Certificate in Public Relations.
Unique traits: Australian and British accents; performs as singer-songwriter, Mel Stirling; plays rhythm guitar; military training during service in the Australian Navy and Army.
Nanga Mai Hill Thriller ⋄ Crime A country cop must step into the world of the supernatural to prove his innocence and save the children of his small town from a devious sex predator.
M.O.S.A Thriller ⋄ Drama A businessman with amnesia tries to repair his damaged relationship with his family while dealing with the repercussions of his former secret life.
Counterforce Action A former military operative becomes the world’s only hope when terrorists seize a top-secret weapon of catastrophic capability.
Death From Above Horror ⋄ Comedy Campers encounter deadly creatures of urban myth deep in the Australian outback.
Dark Sky City Budget: $0 - $100K | Thriller ⋄ Drama A travel vlogger is tricked into transporting drugs planted in his vehicle by a hitchhiker.
Mel Stirling: Kamikaze
Mel Stirling: Live at the Whisky a Go Go
Mel Stirling: Standing to Fall
Mel Stirling: Slipping Slowly
Hello Au Revoir
The Lady Killers
The Final Level
TV Short Actress
University of Southern Queensland