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Kristin Keam

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Gender: Female
Age Range: 45 - 55
Height: 168cm
Base Location: Melbourne
Skills: Actor, Composer, Musical Theatre, Presenter, Prof. Musician, Prof. Singer, Stand-up Comedian, Voice Artist, Writer
Hair: Blonde
Eye: Blue / Grey
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Memberships: Actors Equity UK, M.E.A.A
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Credits

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2014 C Winning Wife Made By Kiosk, Ryan Renshaw
2010 SF Carol Shaw Thing Productions, Stephanie L. Phillips
2009 ST Margaret Lady Muck Productions, Sarah McCusker
2008 TV Mayor Jackie Jones Fremantle Media, Tony Osicka
2007 MT Sonya Kovalevskaya No Mates Productions, Nic Clarke
2005 ST Kathy Malthouse Theatre, Terence O'Connell
2004 ST Meg Blue Tongue, London, Gordon Murray
2004 MT Irene B Magnormus Productions, Aaron Joyner
2003 ST One-woman show Jermyn Street, London, Stuart Maunder
2001 MT Mother Really Useful Group, London, Gale Edwards
1999 MT Charity Barnum UK Productions, David Kelsey
1998 MT Woman Attic Theatre, Wimbledon, Stuart Maunder
1998 MT Coquette Lost Musicals at the Barbican, London, Ian Marshall Fisher
1997 MT Queen of Light Perth Repetory Theatre, Scotland, Michael Winter
1996 SF Grace Independent, Lee Chambers
1995 MT Pitti Sing Perth Repetory Theatre, Scotland, Clive Perry
1994 MT Rose Really Useful Group, London, Gale Edwards
1992 MT Vi Petty E & B Productions, London, Rob Bettinson
1991 MT Edith E&B Productions, London, Peter Walker
1989 TV Comic Channel 9, Gavin Disney
1989 TV Comic Channel 10, Ian McFayden

Training & Additional Notes

Kristin’s career has taken her from Melbourne to London and back. 
In London and around the UK she played many roles in music theatre, including Charity Barnum in BARNUM, for which she received standout reviews.
On the West End: she played Edith in PIRATES OF PENZANCE at the London Palladium, where she also appeared in the charity gala of HELLO DOLLY, directed by Tommy Tune and starring Broadway legends Chita Rivera and Carol Channing.
For Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Really Useful Group she played Rose in ASPECTS OF LOVE and Mother in WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND.
Other roles include: Vi Petty in BUDDY, Coquette in GENTLEMAN PREFER BLONDES at the Barbican, MARRY ME A LITTLE for Wimbledon Theatre, STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW for Plumtree Productions, and a one-woman show at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre, WHERE DO YOU START?
She also played Meg in the London premiere of Tony MacNamara’s black comic play of Aussie Rules and family breakdown, THE RECRUIT. She became the first Australian to perform with the Perth Repertory Theatre in Scotland, first as Pitti Sing in THE MIKADO and then the Queen of Light in MOTHER GOOSE. After graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts drama school she became part of the comedy circuit, performing her own songs which lead to being a popular regular on the TV shows of the late ‘80s: HEY! HEY! IT’S SATURDAY!, THE COMEDY COMPANY and THE MIDDAY SHOW.
She sang for Graham Murphy’s haunting ballet NEARLY BELOVED with the Sydney Dance Company and also worked with the Victorian State Opera in the children’s classic SID THE SERPENT. And now Kristin has returned to her home town.
In 2005 she toured Australia for 6 months with Terence O’Connell’s evocative play, MINEFIELDS AND MINISKIRTS for the Malthouse Theatre.
Most recently she has been the devious mayor of Erinsborough in NEIGHBOURS. She is passionate about new work and in 2004 played Irene B in Craig Christie’s WATER INTO WINE.
She is currently working with Craig on the second draft of LOVE EQUALS which is to be published by Hal Leonard.
Clothing Size: Female - 12
Natural Accent: Australian
Accent Skills: Southern, Mid Western, English, West Coast American, Australian, American Standard
Hair Length: Shoulder Length
Hair Style: Straight
Instrumental: Piano / Keyboard
Singing: Blues, Choir, Folk, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Pop, Rock, Show
Singing Range: Mezzo
Sport & Athletic: Scuba Diving, Swimming, Yoga
Drivers Licence: Car

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