Sascha Raeburn

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Sascha Raeburn is an Australian actress and film maker with film, television and theatre credits to her name. Raeburn received a scholarship for acting and appeared in two productions with PACT Theatre, a youth theatre company, in 2002. She was also shortlisted in the final fifteen for the Reelife Film Festival in Australia, 2007, for writing, directing and producing a short film, Skin and Fashion.[1] She has a black belt in tae kwan do, a skill she employs on film[2] and in advertisements.[3]

Raeburn is working on another short movie for the festival circuit, Go Girl!, and performs in Nightstar, slated for release in 2011.[4] Recently she was pictured on the front cover of Sydney Central Magazine telegraphing a high side kick demonstrating her martial arts abilities billing her as a 'DIY Superhero'. The article mentions her manga style clip which has turned into a viral video on the internet made humbly by herself and friends which was inspired by the 'Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040' Anime series.[5] After garnered attention Raeburn was handpicked by TV/Film Director Rob Dupear and flown to work in the jungles filming in Malaysia on a top secret action project.



  • Wide Open Road (2002)[6]
  • Lo-Tech and Sawdust (2003)[7]


  • The Ball's In Your Court (2004) as Simone
  • Subterano (2006) as Video game girl[4]
  • Offing David (2008) as Jane[8][9]
  • Nightstar (2011) as Eva[2][4]



  1. ^ Roach, Aaron (23 April 2007). "Reelife Film Festival Finalists". Retrieved 12 December 2009. 
  2. ^ a b Knight, Magda (9 November 2009). "Actress & Martial Artist Sascha Raeburn". Comi Girl. Retrieved 12 December 2009. 
  3. ^ "Give Bank Fees the Chop". Retrieved 2009-12-14. 
  4. ^ a b c "Sascha Raeburn". Girl. Retrieved 14 December 2009. 
  5. ^ Shaw, Kim. "Actor Sascha Raeburn's DIY superheroes", Central Magazine, Sydney, 15 September 2010. Retrieved on 2010-12-04.
  6. ^ "Wide Open Road". PACT: Contemporary Performance for Emerging Artists. 2002. Retrieved 2009-12-13. 
  7. ^ "Lo-Tech and Sawdust". PACT: Contemporary Performance for Emerging Artists. 2003. Retrieved 2009-12-13. 
  8. ^ Wheeler, Amy (19 May 2009). "Offing David Saved From Being Offed". Filmink. Retrieved 12 December 2009. 
  9. ^ Bryceson, David (1 January 2006). "Australian Cinema Circa 2006". The Epoch Times. Retrieved 12 December 2009. 

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