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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. She has a black belt in tae kwan do, a skill she employs on film and in advertisements.
Raeburn is working on another short movie for the festival circuit, Go Girl!, and performs in Nightstar, slated for release in 2011. 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. 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.
- The Ball's In Your Court (2004) as Simone
- Subterano (2006) as Video game girl
- Offing David (2008) as Jane
- Nightstar (2011) as Eva
- Forensic Investigators (one episode, 2005)
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