The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry

Episode 6 - Leeanna Walsman - The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry

August 07, 2019 Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry / Leeanna Walsman Season 1 Episode 6
The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Episode 6 - Leeanna Walsman - The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
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The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Episode 6 - Leeanna Walsman - The ShowBiz Podcast with Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry
Aug 07, 2019 Season 1 Episode 6
Robert Rabiah and Joey Coley-Sowry / Leeanna Walsman

Perhaps best known to an international audience as Zam Wesell in Star Wars, or to Aussies as Erica Davidson in Wentworth, Leeanna Walsman is an Australian actress who has been nominated for a number of awards for her layered and deeply compelling work, including an Australian Film Institute/Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts award for Safe Harbour, One Perfect Day and Bitter and Twisted, as well as a Logie award for Safe Harbour and Jessica, and a Film Critics Circle of Australia award for her work on Manny Lewis.

In this episode, Leeanna Walsman discusses her journey and experiences in the Australian Film and Television industry that has spanned both stage and screen for over two decades now. So pull up a chair and listen in.

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Perhaps best known to an international audience as Zam Wesell in Star Wars, or to Aussies as Erica Davidson in Wentworth, Leeanna Walsman is an Australian actress who has been nominated for a number of awards for her layered and deeply compelling work, including an Australian Film Institute/Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts award for Safe Harbour, One Perfect Day and Bitter and Twisted, as well as a Logie award for Safe Harbour and Jessica, and a Film Critics Circle of Australia award for her work on Manny Lewis.

In this episode, Leeanna Walsman discusses her journey and experiences in the Australian Film and Television industry that has spanned both stage and screen for over two decades now. So pull up a chair and listen in.