Tahlia Norrish

Age Range: 18-28
Nationality: Australian
Height: 162cm

Accents: Australian, British, American

Currently studying acting at Rose Bruford College in London
Graduated the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts 2014.

For a full list of Tahlia’s Credits, Skills and Attributes please visit;
Tahlia Norrish – Showcast
Tahlia Norrish – IMDb
Tahlia Norrish – Showreel – see below

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To book Tahlia please email casting@filmbites.com.au.

BIO: Described by a casting director as having the ‘It’ factor Tahlia Norrish is a performer of immense talent and integrity. Currently based in London where she is studying Acting at the prestigious Rose Bruford College, Tahlia’s professionalism and dedication to her craft have taken her from her breakout role as Tilly in the award winning film “The Owl” to graduating with distinction in acting and musical theatre at Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, where she won the Philip Holt Human Spirit award.

Tahlia’s aim is to have a career based on variety and longevity and to challenge herself in work that is thought-provoking and explores the human condition and experience. 

Testimonials:

RE: Principal role of Prospero in The Tempest. “You nailed it … You filled the space physically and vocally and your presence was captivating. You had a lovely sense of magic and wry humour with it. Well done ” – Michael Corbidge, Senior Voice and Text Coach at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC).

‘Tahlia has a genuine interest in the world and a huge appetite for life and therefore her work is imbued with an empathy and intelligence that is rare in someone of her year. Tahlia is highly motivated, works independently and is generous and sensitive in her acting.’ Gillian Lemon (Director of ‘The Country’ by Martin Crimp and course leader at LIPA).

‘Tahlia is creative, talented, intelligent and passionate… always giving nuanced, thoughtful, mature and sensitive portrayals of each character. She took direction well and could be relied on to give consistently brilliant performances.’ George Tsakisiris (Director of John XXIII College musicals and shows, and Head of Drama at JTC).

 

Tahlia Norrish Showreel 2016 from Filmbites on Vimeo.

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