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Walsman in February 2013
November 22, 1979 |
Leeanna Walsman (born 22 November 1979) is an Australian actress. She is perhaps best known for her role as Zam Wesell in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), for playing Carly Bishop in the Australian film Looking for Alibrandi (2000) and for her starring role in the mini-series Jessica.
Her theatre credits include:"Speaking in tongues" for the State theatre of South Australia (2011); "Stockholm" for The Sydney Theatre Company (2010);"Saturn's Return" For the Sydney Theatre Company (2010); Othello for the Bell Shakespeare Company (2007); The Shape of Things for the Sydney Theatre Company (STC) co-starring Brendan Cowell (Jan 2003); The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union at Belvoir St. Theatre (Feb–Mar 2002); playing the junkie muse to Robyn Nevin's artist in the STC production of Old Masters (Oct–Nov 2001); The Recruit (Jan 2000) also featuring John Howard, Christopher Stollery, Conrad Coleby, Genevieve Lemon, Drew Forsythe, and Brendan Cowell; and her breakthrough performance in La Dispute (May 2000) also starring Rose Byrne, David Field, Rhondda Findleton and Justine Saunders.
|2011||Dance me to the end of love||Short Film|
|2010||Caught Inside||Feature Film||as Alex|
|2008||$9.99||Animated Film||as Tanita|
|Bitter & Twisted||Feature Film||as Indigo Samvani|
|The Informant||Mini-Series||as Heidi|
|2006||Burst||Short Film||as Angel|
|Ezra White, LL.B.||Short Film||as Louise White|
|One Perfect Day||Feature Film||as Alysse|
|2003||The Shark Net||Mini-Series||as Ruth|
|2002||Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones||Feature Film||as Zam Wesell|
|2000||Looking for Alibrandi||Feature Film||as Carly Bishop|
|1997||Blackrock||Feature Film||as Shana|
|2013||Wentworth||Erica Davidson||TV series|
|2012||Underbelly: Badness||Pam Young||TV series|
|2007||The Starter Wife||Sasha||American series|
|2006||White Collar Blue||Angie|
|2001||Love Is a Four Letter Word||Larissa|
|1997||Murder Call||Camilla Collins|
She has been nominated for two AFI awards, a Logie award as well as an IF award.
- "ForceCast interview". Forcecast.net. 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2012-06-18.