Emma Barnett

Actor, Extra, Influencer, Dancer, Film producer / Manager,… more

Wellington, New Zealand
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Physical Attributes

Height:
157 cm / 5ft 2in
Dress size:
UK 6 / AUS 6 / US 2
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Eye color:
Green
Skin color:
White
Hair color:
Brown
Waist:
Less than 50 cm / 20 in
Hair length:
Long
Hips:
Less than 73 cm / 29 in
Hair type:
Wavy

Credits & experience

2011
  • Wellington Repertory Theatre, French Lieutenant’s Woman : Actor, Mary
  • Hutt Valley Performing Arts Speech and Drama Competition : Actor
2008
  • Wellington Repertory Theatre,Two Women and a Chair : Actor, Jessie
2007
  • Wellington Repertory Theatre, The Crucible : Actor, Susanna
  • The Six O'clock Swill, Ronny Bobby Had Too Big a Heart' : Actor, Cindy
2006
  • Wellington Repertory Theatre, Daisy Pulls It Off : Actor, Winnie
2001
  • Cathedral Centennial Festival, A Tribute To Meri Life of Suzanne Aubert : Actor
2000
  • Khandallah Arts Theatre, The Dragon Who Burnt Her Boats : Actor, Twerp
1999
  • Khandallah Arts Theatre, Little Red Goldilocks : Actor
1997
  • Calico Young Peoples Theatre : Actor, The Crow’s Sweetheart

Acting

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Irish
  • New Zealand
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • French

Qualifications

ATCL S&D TEACH (PRACT), ATCL S&D PERFORM,
ATCL COMM TEACH (PRACT), ATCL COMM PS,
AMSCA
NZ DIP BUS, NZIM MANG, DIP MARK

Associate Trinity College London Teaching Speech and Drama (Practical). (Received Distinction, 100 percent for Viva voce section).
Associate Trinity College London, Performing Speech and Drama.
Associate Trinity College London, Teaching Communication Skills (Practical) Distinction.
Associate Trinity College London, Communication Skills Public Speaking.

Teaching Experience

* Emma has experience as a full time Speech and Drama Teacher; at highly regarded Ascham Private School located in the Eastern Suburbs in Sydney. Teaching 130 students from Prep to Year 12. Student results have occurred from achieving high marks in all grades of Trinity College London Speech and Drama examinations. Emma also has experience as a Mock Examiner for Ascham Senior Trinity College London Speech and Drama students.

* Emma’s students also achieved first placings in Sydney Eisteddfod Speech and Drama Competitions.
She has prepared students for Ascham School Concerts including Senior Twilight, Junior Soirees, Public Speaking Events, Junior and Senior Showcases.

* Transferable skills are applied to the highly regarded Ascham Holiday Academy Enrichment Programme. Emma has experience with lesson planning and teaching for Speech and Drama, Drama, Public Speaking, Creative Writing, Debating, Theatre Sports and Performing Arts.

Affiliate Member of Speech Communication Association.
Awarded Special Conference Accolade Trophy; Speech Communication Association.
Past Council Member for Speech Communication Association.

Acting Experience

Wellington Theatre
Received ‘Most Promising Actor’ award for role of Jessie in Two Women and a Chair by Michael Olsen for Wellington Repertory Theatre. Winner of Regional New Zealand Theatre Federations Community Festival of One Act Plays. (Adjudicator Ewen Coleman).

* Emma has performed in a number of shows with Wellington Repertory Theatre including, French Lieutenant’s Woman’ by John Fowles, The Crucible’ by Arthur Miller, Daisy Pulls It Off’ by Denise Deegan. She had also performed in a number of shows with Khandallah Arts Theatre, Tawa Community Theatre, adding to her acting experience. Emma also has Theatre Directing experience as her passion is Teaching as well as Acting.

Professional Development.

* 2019 Hearing from Learners. New Zealand Association for Training and Development. (Wellington).
* 2019 Fearless, Stop Worrying, Start Living. Gen Kelsang Dornying. Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Bertolt Brecht, Drama New Zealand Wellington Branch. (Wellington).
* 2019 Art of Acceptance, Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Choosing the Right Technology, Marie Smith. New Zealand Association for Training and Development. (Wellington).
* 2019 The Path of Happiness. Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 CV/Profile Online Tools, Career Development Association of New Zealand Wellington Branch (Wellington).
* 2019 Letting go of the Past, Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Strong, Resilent, Creative: Drama New Zealand National Conference. Drama New Zealand. (Christchurch).
* 2019 Dealing with Difficult People, Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Ethical and Effective use of Digital Communication. Career Development Association of New Zealand (Wellington).
* 2019 Te Reo Maori: Level 1, Introduction. Te Atakohu O'Sullivan. Ministry of Education. (Wellington).
* 2019 How to Transform Your Life. Gen Kelsang Rabten. Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 The WILD Tour. Calvin Coyles. Wild Success. (Wellington).
* 2019 Overcoming Anxiety, Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Living in The Moment, Kadampa Meditation Centre Wellington. (Wellington).
* 2019 Inner Strength, Kadampa Meditation Centre Sydney. (Sydney).
* 2018 Speech and Drama Teacher, (full time). Ascham School. (Sydney).
* 2018 Enrichment Teacher. Ascham Holiday Academy. Ascham School. (Sydney).
* 2018 American Accent Course. National Institute of Dramatic Art, Open Programme. (Sydney).
* 2018 Attention and Awareness. Professor Lea Waters. Ascham School. (Sydney).
* 2018 Strengths, Visible Wellbeing. Professor Lea Waters. Ascham School. (Sydney).
* 2018 Emotional Management, Visible Wellbeing. Professor Lea Waters. Ascham School. (Sydney).
* 2018 Maori Language Workshop. Ministry of Education. (Wellington).
* 2018 Managing Personalities in the Training Room. New Zealand Association for Training and Development. (Wellington).
* 2018 Summer of Tech. Ruth McDavitt. Career Development Association of New Zealand (Wellington).
* 2017 WOW: Speech Communication Association National Conference (Wellington).
* 2017 All Aboard: Drama New Zealand National Conference (Dunedin).
* 2017 Lobsters Contemporary Dance Masterclass. Lobsters (Wellington).
* 2017 Principles of De-Escalation: Newtown Union Health Service (Wellington).
* 2016 Going Beyond: Speech Communication Association National Conference. (Blenheim). Elected and nominated as Council Member.
* 2016 Practical Stress Management. Dr Suzanne Henwood. Grow. (Wellington).
* 2016 Meet Me At The River: Drama New Zealand National Conference. (Wellington).
* 2016 Grounding, Mindfulness and Meditation Course. George Packard. Wellbeings New Zealand. (Wellington).
* 2016 Puppet Play. Robert Dil. St Mark’s Church School. (Wellington).
* 2016 How to Succeed At: Interviews. The University of Sheffield. FutureLearn. (Wellington).

Extras

Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Dancing

Dancing ability

Beginner


Dance styles
  • Contemporary
  • Disco

Film & Stage Crew

Directing & Writing ability

Intermediate


Production & Management ability

Intermediate


Presenting

TV presenter experience

No previous TV presenter experience


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Irish
  • New Zealand
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • French

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