Felicity Mason

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Felicity Mason
Felicity Mason Photograph, LA Film Festival.jpg
Born Felicity Mason
1976 (age 40–41)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actress and Artist

Felicity Mason (born 1976) is an Australian actress, writer and visual artist. She has starred in two major film roles, in 2002 and 2003.

Mason was born in Sydney, Australia. Her artwork explores a variety of themes from identity to values within popular culture. Her works range from oil paintings, sculpture, mixed media, installation to video and film.

In 2001, Mason graduated from The Actors Workshop in Brisbane Australia. Mason has a BA Fine Arts minoring in film from The Queensland University of Technology. In 2002, Mason starred in the feature film, Undead directed by The Spierig Brothers. In 2002, Mason starred opposite South Indian actor Upendra in a Science fiction Kannada film titled Hollywood. She was required to act and sing entirely in the Indian language – Kannada.[1] The film was shot in both India and Australia. In 2005, Mason held a solo art exhibition titled "Chelsea a Mixed Bag", at Fox Gallery, Brisbane. In 2006, Mason created, wrote and starred in "Oralick Records", a comedy pilot series produced by NBC Universal, NYC. In 2008, Mason attended "The Arts Students League" in New York city. Mason held a one night only art exhibition titled "The Election Show" at a private venue in Soho, NYC.[2] Her artwork was later featured in the New York Post Newspaper. In 2010, Mason is the writer and producer of the short film titled "ShockArt".


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  1. ^ "Aussie actress finds Kannada dialogues a challenge". The Times of India. 9 Jul 2002. Retrieved 13 Oct 2012. 
  2. ^ Wieselman, Jarett (13 July 2009). "Bert & Ernie: Vote For Civil Unions!". New York Post. Retrieved 13 Oct 2012. 
  3. ^ KERN, LAURA (1 July 2005). "Slapstick Zombies Run Amok in Australia". New York Times. Retrieved 13 Oct 2012. 

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  1. Kehr, D. 2005. Summer Movies. New York Times. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9E07E2DB153FF93BA35756C0A9639C8B63&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=5 (accessed May 2010)
  2. Venice Magazine (USA) July 2005, pg. 14 & 15, by: Eli Kooris, "Felicity Mason Camping (It Up) Down Under"
  3. Femme Fatales (USA) June 2005, Iss. belles du jour, pg. 7 & 9, by: Jeff Bond, "Felicity Mason"
  4. Calamia, M. 2009. Oralick Records – NBC pilot. http://vimeo.com/3514130 (accessed May 2010).