Emilie Lowe is a young Perth actress who is known for her role in the 2019 internationally award-winning feature film “Anticipation”. She has acted in an array of mediums throughout her career including theatre, short films, commercials, music videos and feature films.
In 2018, she played the lead supporting role in the WA feature film “Anticipation” and throughout 2018-2019 acted in lead/lead supporting roles in 14 short films. She has also acted in advertisements including the Curtin University Mental Health Campaign, Lotterywest commercial and the Pregnancy Problem House awareness commercial.
Emilie has trained under several mentors from 2013 to the current date, developing her characterisation and emotional portrayal skills. She has trained under Myles Pollard, NewFaces Talent Academy, the Helen O’Grady Acting School and Annie Murtagh-Monks; as well as partaking in specialist courses with the National Academy of Performing Arts and WAAPA.
Recently, her 13-week stage combat class from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts has taught her skills in body movement and her Preparation for On Screen Intimacy course has prepared her for all that certain roles may entail.
Emilie is an enthusiastic actress who is currently studying script writing at University – she is sure to bring both positive energy and professionalism to set and will work hard to help you create your artistic vision!
“Emilie Lowe was an absolute joy to work with on my feature film production. Her professionalism, energy and the dedication she brought to her character and portrayal was outstanding. I was so impressed by her performance.”
- Peter Renzullo, Western Australian Director of “Anticipation”
“Emilie is a rare gem of an actor who is both, talented and dedicated to her craft. She is always all-ears on set, asking questions and looking for ways to improve her craft. She is a real team member and was such a big asset on the two films I directed. As well as her talent as an actor, her attitude will be an asset on any production.”
- Sam Herath, Director of Fenix Features