Paula Arundell

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Paula Arundell is an Australian actress and singer.

Early life[edit]

Her father is African and her mother is Irish. She was adopted into a family in Blacktown in Sydney.[1]

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

Career[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.

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

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Keenan, Catherine (July 7, 2007). "'You feel like you're becoming some kind of wild beast' - Arts - Entertainment". www.smh.com.au. Retrieved 2017-05-29. 

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