Now Actors - Anastatia Ward
Now Actors - Anastatia Ward
Now Actors - Anastatia Ward
Now Actors - Anastatia Ward

Anastatia Ward

Anastatia Ward has a deep and abiding love for both drama and comedy which began at a young age: after receiving classical Speech and Drama teaching from the ages of eleven to sixteen in her native Ireland, Anastatia travelled with her family and has lived in Perth since 2000. She made her Australian theatre debut in 2005 with the Irish Theatre Players in Subiaco with the Joseph O’Connor play “Red Roses and Petrol” directed by Noel O’Neill and from there, she went on to perform in numerous plays, including a hilarious adaptation of the 1960’s play “There’s a Girl in my Soup” at the Old Mill Theatre in 2005.After that, Anastatia focused on honing her skills, attending various courses run by Perth’s most respected teachers: Fern Nicholson, Annie Murtagh-Monks, and Noel O’Neill plus attend one-on-one accent courses with James Hagan. Most recently, Anastatia was delighted to earn the female lead in the world-debut of David Steven’s play “The Beast and the Beauty”, brought to life by acclaimed television director Mark De Friest and staged at the Old Mill Theatre in 2012. Anastatia’s warmth, passion and personable approach, coupled with an attention to detail, love of team-work and desire to do every role justice, makes her an actress worth consideration.




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