Emma Randall

Emma Randall is an Australian Film and Television Actor. She attended the Queensland University of Technology where she graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts (Drama). Majoring in set design, Emma spent her formative years working in the Art Department of various film, theatre and TVC projects, often building scale models for stop-motion animations. Her passion for acting never waned however, and she went on to study screen acting at The Actors Workshop and soon began her career in front of the camera. She as awarded Best Female Actor at the Queensland New Film-Makers Awards for her work in Rebecca Parker’s “Once I Was”, and Best Esemble Cast at BAFF for her work in Joe Bauer’s “Australiens”. Emma has had the pleasure of working with some of Australia’s best film directors and looks forward to more creative collaborations in the future.

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