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Kate Box


Kate Box graduated from NIDA in 2003 and can most recently be seen in the AACTA Award winning ABC series Fires. In 2019, Kate was nominated for the AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in a television drama for her work in ABC series, Les Norton. In 2018, Kate starred as ‘Marg McMann’ in the tele-movie Riot (ABC, 2018 Logie Nomination for Most Outstanding Actress, and 2018 AACTA Winner for Best Lead Actress). Kate has appeared in all five series of Rake (ABC) as ‘Nicole’, (2015 Equity Ensemble Award, 2011 Equity Ensemble Award).  In 2014 Kate received an AACTA Award nomination for Best Lead Actress for her role in feature film, The Little Death.

Kate’s recent television work includes Stateless, Wentworth, The Unlisted, Upright, Sheilas (ABC), Picnic at Hanging Rock (Foxtel), Wanted (Netflix) and F*cking Adelaide (ABC) and The Moth Effect (Amazon Prime). Other credits include Soul Mates, Old School, Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, Offspring, My Place, False Witness, All Saints, Scorched, Tripping Over, Small Claims and the web series Let’s Talk About. Kate will next be seen in upcoming Amazon original series Deadloch.

Her film credits include: Ben Elton’s Three Summers, The Daughter, Random 8, Oranges and Sunshine, Hush, You Cut, I Choose, The Black Balloon, Back of the Net, and Monolith.

Theatre credits include: Jasper Jones, A Christmas Carol, Food, and The Business (Belvoir); Top Girls, Cloud Nine, Macbeth, The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Doubt (Sydney Theatre Company); Knives in Hens (Malthouse Theatre); Attempts on Her Life, Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen, Hot Fudge, Central Park West (State Theatre Company of South Australia); Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bell Shakespeare); A Rabbit for Kim Jong-Il, Tender (Griffin Theatre Company); Dolores (Old Fitz Theatre); The Clockwork Forest (Brink Productions/Windmill Theatre); 4:48 Psychosis (Brink Productions); 7 Blowjobs (B Sharp); Miss Julie and I’ve Got the Shakes (Darlinghurst Theatre Company).

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