Leeanna Walsman

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Leeanna Walsman
Leeanna Walsman 2013.jpg
Walsman in February 2013
Born (1979-11-22) 22 November 1979 (age 36)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present

Leeanna Walsman (born 22 November 1979)[1] 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.[citation needed]'Anaconda for the Rock Surfers Theatre Company (2013);



Year Title Role Notes
1997 Blackrock Shana
2000 Looking for Alibrandi Carly Bishop
2002 Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Zam Wesell
2004 One Perfect Day Alysse Green
2006 Ezra White, LL.B. Louise White Short film
2006 Burst Angel Short film
2007 Soul Mates Rachel Short film
2008 Bitter & Twisted Indigo Samvini
2008 $9.99 Tanita (voice)
2010 Caught Inside Alex
2010 Kissing Point Sarah Logan Short film
2011 Home (voice) Short film
2011 Dance Me to the End of Love Mary Short film
2012 Suspended Michelle Short film
2013 Fort, TheThe Fort Darcy Short film
2013 My Mother Her Daughter Lynette Short film
2014 Touch Dawn
2015 Manny Lewis Maria
2015 Unified Short film, post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1996 Police Rescue Debbie "Tomorrow Never Knows"
1997 Big Sky Rachel "Paradise"
1997 Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord Girl "Sun Becomes a Star"
1997 Murder Call Camilla Collins "Blood Heat"
1998 Wildside Jo "1.15"
1998 Home and Away Barbie "1.2512", "1.2513"
1999 Heartbreak High Jet Recurring role
1999 Thunderstone Myah Recurring role
2001 Farscape Borlik "Suns and Lovers"
2001 Love Is a Four Letter Word Larissa Barrett Main role
2001 BeastMaster Morah "Chosen One"
2002 Young Lions Freda Lareen "1.4"
2002 Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Zam Wesell (voice) Video game
2003 White Collar Blue Angie "2.3"
2003 Shark Net, TheThe Shark Net Ruth Parnham TV miniseries
2004 Jessica Jessica Bergman TV miniseries
2005 Hercules Megara TV miniseries
2006 All Saints Sophie Celna / Michelle "Behind Closed Doors"
2007 Starter Wife, TheThe Starter Wife Sasha TV miniseries
2008 Informant, TheThe Informant Heidi Oliver TV film
2009 Rogue Nation Mary Putland "Honour Among Thieves"
2010 Pacific, TheThe Pacific Cpt. Lucy Otis "Iwo Jima"
2012 Underbelly: Badness Det. Serg. Pam Young Recurring role
2013 Wentworth Erica Davidson Recurring role
2015 Catching Milat Shirley Soires TV miniseries
2016 Cleverman Belinda Frosche "1.1"


She has been nominated for two AFI awards, a Logie award as well as an IF award.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "ForceCast interview". Forcecast.net. 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2012-06-18. 

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