Paula Arundell

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Paula Arundell is an Australian actress and singer.

Training[edit]

Paula Arundell studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), in Sydney. She graduated in 1995, with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting).

Television[edit]

Arundell has appeared on television in Water Rats, Murder Call, Farscape, All Saints, Home and Away, Out of the Blue and Love My Way among others.

Film[edit]

Arundell's films have included Disgrace, Dags, Sample People and Gods of Egypt.

Singing[edit]

As a singer, Arundell performed a version of the Tim Buckley song "Song to the Siren", which was used in the 2006 Neil Armfield film Candy.

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