Jan 30, 2023
Roz Hammond is a highly accomplished theatre, film and television actor as well as a writer and director with some of the most credits in the Australian industry, who’s been in the industry for 30+ years.
Her numerous television appearances include sixty episodes of ABC drama The Heights, ten series of Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell, Five Bedrooms and Jack Irish. Other long running roles include three series of The Librarians, three series of The Micallef Programme, three series of Skithouse and Thank God You’re Here, together with guest roles in everything from Blue Heelers, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, The Let Down, Please Like Me, It’s a Date, Offspring, Mr and Mrs Murder, Outland, Slide, The King, Curtin and Newstopia. She has performed leading roles for the Melbourne Theatre Company, Black Swan Theatre Company and Playbox Theatre. Her film roles include Cheryl in Australian classic Muriel’s Wedding, The Dish and How to Please A Woman. Her own solo shows have toured internationally and she has been nominated for Best Show at Perth Fringe Festival, the Golden Gibbo at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Best Female Performance at the Dublin Fringe Festival.
As a writer, her credits include Home and Away, It’s a Date, Little Lunch, Skithouse, Eric, SmallTales and True as well as her solo theatre shows.
We chat about happiness and joy, grief and death, mental health,
yoga and meditation, gratitude, the benefits of tapping, panic
attacks on stage, being a journey woman actor, and how the universe
works for us plus plenty more!
The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well (one day after release)! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan
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