Chrissie Page | Actor, The Clock
Chrissie is an Adelaide based theatre and film actor, and arts advocate.
Her recent theatrical work includes Uncle Vanya (Chekhov) for State Theatre Company of South Australia, True West (Sam Shepard) for Flying Penguin Productions, and numerous roles in new Australian works for Vitalstatistix, Junction Theatre, and various professional theatre collectives. Most recent work includes Seven Jewish Children and Love Child with Early Worx in Theatre and Art. Love Child was awarded the Advertiser & Critics Circle Best In Fringe (week 2) at the 2012 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Chrissie also performed Love Child at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Recent credits in film include roles in 100 Bloody Acres, Broken Hill, Marriage of Figaro, Last Ride and Oranges and Sunshine.
Chrissie also works with young actors, as a mentor and touchstone in their early careers, and, through her work with the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance is one of South Australia’s strongest voices in arts advocacy. She is a proud member of Actors Equity, is Vice president of the South Australian Branch, and a member of the National Performers Committee.