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Emina Ashman

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Gender: Female
Age Range: 19 - 29
Height: 168cm
Base Location: Melbourne
Available In: Brisbane, International, Melbourne, Sydney
Skills: Actor
Hair: Dark Brown
Eye: Dark Brown
Ethnicity: Asian, Caucasian, East European, Eurasian, European, Malay, Chinese, Filipino, Middle Eastern, Singaporean, Thai, Hispanic, Spanish
Memberships: M.E.A.A



Short Film

2018 Karen CJ Welsh, Jack Nolan, Melanie Killingsworth, Melanie Killingsworth


2019 Asmara (Lead) La Mama Theatre, Stephanie Ghajar
2018 Lead Melbourne Theatre Company, Petra Kalive
2017 Alma Jamaica Zuanetti, Darebin Performing Arts Centre, Rachel Baring
2016 The Girl Le Poulet Terrible, La Mama Theatre, Alice Bishop
2016 Lama, Relative at Hospital National Tour incl. La Mama Theatre, Wahibe Moussa
2015 Antonia D'Agostino She Said Theatre, Penny Harpham
2015 Christine Lee Melbourne Theatre Company, Lee Lewis
2014 Julie Victorian College of the Arts, Self-Devised
2014 Ensemble Victorian College of the Arts, Maude Davey
2013 Irena Victorian College of the Arts, Melanie Beddie
2013 King, Fox, Geographer Victorian College of the Arts, Angus Templeton
2012 Cassandra Victorian College of the Arts, Melanie Beddie
2011 Daughter Short and Sweet Festival Malaysia, Catherine Ooi


2016 Bianca ABC3, Robot Panther
2006 Amber Vision New Media, Studio Bizzaro, Brian Zimmerman


2009 Dancer Gypsy Fire Flamenco, Short and Sweet Dance Festival Malaysia, Kayla Maxey

Training & Additional Notes

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2014 - 2012
"Always a striking presence onstage" - The Age (Make Me A Houri, La Mama Theatre, 2019)

"With a textured performance, Ashman features in a number of these scenes. In one, Lama chooses to make sandwiches whilst bombs fall so that her family can feed the soon-to-be homeless. In another, she accepts the practicality of marriage, and its role in a personal statement of resistance. These scenes stand out for having a feeling of uncluttered authenticity." - Australian Arts Review (Tales of a City by the Sea, 2016)

Emina Ashman, as the slightly unhinged D’Agostino, captures the attention of the audience in every scene she is in. Ashman’s portrayal is a perfect combination of endearing, annoying and incredibly frightening." -Theatre Press (Bock Kills Her Father, La Mama Theatre, Melbourne Fringe 2015)

* Emina Ashman holds a Malaysian passport and a UK Right of Abode.

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Shoe Size: 7.5
Clothing Size: Female - 6
Waist: 64cm
Neck: 31cm
Chest: 80cm
Bra Size: A
Bust: 72cm
Hip: 76cm
Natural Accent: Australian
Accent Skills: American Standard, Australian, Chinese, English, Scottish, Indian, Mandarin, Southern, West Coast American, Indonesian, Latino, Russian
Voice Style: Accents, Character, Documentary, Impersonation, Voice Acting, Singing
Languages: English, Mandarin
Hair Length: Long
Hair Style: Straight
Dance: Ballroom, Belly, Flamenco, Latin
Singing Range: Mezzo Soprano
Sport & Athletic: Horse Riding, Pilates, Yoga, Martial Arts, Hockey
Types Of Model Work: Promotional, Commercial, Hair, Hands
Voice Style: Accents, Character, Documentary, Impersonation, Voice Acting, Singing

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