Douglas Hansell | Biography

A Doll’s House is Douglas’s first appearance with Sport For Jove.

Training: WAAPA (Acting 2003); Associated Studios (London 2014), Larry Moss Masterclasses (16
th Street).

Theatre includes: Going Bush (Bush Theatre, London),
Neighbourhood Watch, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (Ensemble Theatre), Freud’s Last Session (Australian premiere, Theatre Royal Sydney), Variations (Neglected Musicals), The Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, Lady Windermere’s Fan (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre Company), Oedipus Rex/Symphony of Psalms (Sydney Festival), The Cold Child (Griffin Theatre), The Temperamentals, Fatboy (New Theatre), Shakespeare On Trial (Canute Productions), Actors At Work (Bell Shakespeare).

Film and TV: Critical (Sky TV, UK), Underbelly: Badness (Channel 9), All Saints, Home and Away (Channel 7), 36 Squad (Breakaway TV), Scheyville (AFTRS).

Other: Teaching artist with Sydney Theatre Company School Drama program.

Douglas is a 2013 recipient of The Mike Walsh Fellowship. He will next be appearing in the The Wharf Revue (STC).

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