Fiona has worked on stage, in television and on film over her 25-year career, and is one of Australia’s leading voice artists. Starting on the stage, she co-founded theatre company The Other Tongue with playwright Jane Bodie in 1998, touring nationally and internationally. Her signature role of Elizabeth in Ride took her to Adelaide, Sydney, Edinburgh, Bath and Dublin.
Most recently, Fiona appeared in Wentworth, as Zoe Taylor, and in the popular web series Other People’s Problems, in the role of Elena. She also filmed an episode of Channel Nine’s True Story.
Fiona’s TV work is extensive, including Offspring, Fancy Boys, 7 Types of Ambiguty, Laid, Paper Giants 2: The Magazine Wars, Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries 2, A Dangerous Method, RUSH, Lowdown, Satisfaction, Stingers, All Saints, Blue Heelers, Neighbours and Frontline.
Recent film credits include Detective Melanie Ryan in Noise, The Heartbreak Tour, Little Death and Mina in She Was She, which has screened in Palm Springs USA and at MIFF.
Other stage highlights for which Fiona was nominated for Best Actress Green Room Awards include The City by Martin Crimp at Red Stitch and Construction Of The Human Heart by Ross Mueller at the Malthouse Theatre. Other theatre highlights include Almost With You by Elizabeth Coleman at La Mama and The Government Inspector by Gogol, directed by Daniel Schlusser.
Fiona has studied with mentors both locally and internationally, including Alec Rubin – (The Actors Studio), Daniele Legler (Chekhov), Vicki Blake (Meisner), Jack Walzer (London), Adriano Cortese, Richard Sarell and David Myles.