Anni is an Actor, Director and Writer working across Theatre, Film, Television and Voice over.
Anni was awarded an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama for her performance in Rowan Woods’ telemovie, 3 Acts of Murder. For the stage she appeared in Parramatta Girls for Parramatta Riverside, Poor Superman, The Threepenny Opera, Antony & Cleopatra, The Loaded Ute and The Women of Troy for the Sydney Theatre Company; Richard Roxburgh’s Ray’s Tempest, Jesus Hopped the A Train and Benedict Andrews’ The Threepenny Opera for Belvoir Street; Othello for the Bell Shakespeare Company; The World’s Wife and Macbeth for the Melbourne Theatre Company; Rabbit for the Griffin Theatre Company; and Kimberly Akimbo for Ensemble Theatre. Independent theatre productions include Lenz, for Melbourne Festival, a tour of Asia and Europe in A Christmas Carol with American Drama Group Europe and writing, performing and producing her one woman show Gravegnomes.
Anni has appeared in numerous feature films including Craig Boreham’s Teenage Kicks, Julia Leigh’s Sleeping Beauty, The Clinic, The Boys Are Back, Prime Mover, Johnny Ghost, Queen of the Damned, Accidents Will Happen and Strange Fits Of Passion. Short films include: The Uncertainty Principle, Damage Control, Touch, Grace, Devine is Dead. Television credits include Glitch, Underbelly Badness, City Homicide, All Saints, Love My Way, Home and Away, Stingers, Blue Heelers, Halifax f.p., Good Guys Bad Guys and State Coroner.
As a Director, Anni is co-creating Mental Fiction: an interactive site for stories about art and mental health. She recently co-directed the short film A Priest in the Family, a 30 minute drama. For theatre in education: The Shoehorn Sonata by John Misto and Stolen by Jane Harrison at Parramatta Riverside in 2014 and 2015.
For Senior showcase: Happiness is a Place called School and School of Life.
As a Writer: A Girl Called Wild originally commissioned by Red Hot Arts NT, Just Like George – a youth drama/musical (current), Gravegnomes (La Mama)