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An Evening with Rhys Muldoon, Natalie Saleeba and the executive producer and writer, House Husbands, Ellie Beaumont.

The Equity Foundation & The Arts Wellbeing Collective

Monday, 3 November 2014 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (ACDT)

An Evening with Rhys Muldoon, Natalie Saleeba and the...

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An Evening with actors Rhys Muldoon, Natalie Saleeba and the executive producer and writer, House Husbands, Ellie Beaumont.

"It's Not Just an Act' - The Producer/Creator and the Actor

 A series of 'In Conversation' events, focusing on the strengths of the working relationship between producers, writers, directors and actors to understand what makes a successful and innovative partnership.

Monday 3 November 2014
6.30 pm to 8.00 pm
NSW State Library, Metcalfe Room, Macquarie St, Sydney

With drinks afterwards.

The Producer/Creator and the Actor

One of the most important relationships in the television business is the one between the creator/producer and the actor.  Television is traditionally the producers medium – and nowhere is this more true than with incredibly successful House Husbands TV seriesProducers have the final say on script, casting and the “look” of the production.  Actors and stars of House Husbands, Rhys Muldoon and Natalie Saleeba will explore the successful actor/producer relationship with executive producerand writer, Ellie Beaumont and unravel how the magic happens. Topics to be discussed include:  What are the prerequisites for a producer choosing an actor for projects besides "being perfect for the role..." and how are decisions made? 

House Husbands was created by Ellie Beaumont and Drew Proffitt. Producers are Sue Seeary, Drew Proffitt and Ellie Beaumont.

Biographies

Ellie Beaumont – Screenwriter/ Producer

Ellie is an executive producer and writer of the Logie award winning drama House Husbands which she created with Drew Proffitt. Ellie began her career as a trainee script editor on the ABC’s medical drama GP, and since then, has gone on to write, script edit and script produce some of Australia's most respected and award winning television dramas. Her credits include: Love Is A Four Letter Word, The Secret Life of Us, Wildside, GP, Water Rats and Bed of Roses. She has also written children’s television such as Lockie Leonard, Dance Academy, Blue Water High and The Sleepover Club. Ellie’s feature length films for television include Wicked Love and AFI nominated Go Big which she co-produced. Ellie lives in Sydney with her husband and four children.

Rhys Muldoon

Rhys Muldoon’s varied career encompasses film, television, theatre, radio, comedy and journalism.

His extensive television credits include roles in BASTARD BOYS, CITY HOMICIDE, VALENTINE’S DAY, GRASS ROOTS, McLEOD’S DAUGHTERS, BLACKJACK: GHOSTS, THE SECRET LIFE OF US, BLUE HEELERS, FARSCAPE, BIG SKY as well as PLAY SCHOOL and the children’s drama LOCKIE LEONARD.

Most recently he was seen in the television dramas RAKE, MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES, along with the telemovies JACK IRISH: BAD DEBTS and JACK IRISH: BLACK TIDE.  He has also twice been nominated for AFI Awards for his work in GRASS ROOTS and LOCKIE LEONARD.

Muldoon’s film roles include 33 POSTCARDS, BITTER AND TWISTED, THE EXTRA, DANNY DECKCHAIR and most recently the international box office smash, THE SAPPHIRES.

Natalie Saleeba

Natalie's career as an Actor in Australia has spanned the past 18 years. She has worked on both stage and screen, most recently in Channel 9's Logie award winning drama House Husbands as Doctor Abigail Albert.  In 2005 Natalie received a Logie nomination for her role as Nurse Jessica Singleton on All Saints.  Her other film and television credits include Winners & Losers, The Secret Life of Us, Stingers, Neighbours, Always Greener, Head Start, CNNNN, Corridors of Power, Sweat, Lovebytes and Under the Lighthouse Dancing.  Natalie also toured for two years with The Bell Shakespeare Company as Hero in Much Ado About Nothing and Actors At Work. Natalie is currently working on the feature film Truth. 

 

 Open to the NSW Industry.

 

Our thanks to the NSW State Library and Screen Australia. 

 
 

 

 




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State Library of New South Wales
Metcalfe Room,
Macquarie St
Sydney, NSW 2000
Australia

Monday, 3 November 2014 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (ACDT)


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