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Tamuz R. Ellazam Pro

Victoria, Australia

Actor, Musician

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The daughter of two artists, Tamuz should have become something sensible and financially rewarding as some kind of rebellion. She has not. She has, however, tried to broaden her horizons to include as many financially unrewarding skills as possible. Which I guess should count for something. A graduate of the Monash Bachelor of Performing Arts ('08-'11), I've spent the last two years working extensively in theatre and film. In October 2013 I came onboard as Festival Producer for the 48Hour Film Project Melbourne, now entering its eighth year.

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Physical Details

Height:
160 cm / 5ft 3in
Hips:
91 cm / 36in
Weight:
53 kg / 116 lbs
Shoe size:
6.0 UK / 7.5 US / 39.5 Euro
Ethnicity:
Other
Hair colour:
Brown
Skin colour:
White
Hair length:
Medium
Eye colour:
Blue
Hair type:
Wavy
Chest:
93 cm / 37 in
Dress Size:
8 - 10
Waist:
66 cm / 26in

Experience

2012
  • Gary Friedman : Puppet Making and Maintenance Workshop, Victoria, Australia
2009
  • Monash University Clayton : Bachelor of Performing Arts, Melbourne, Australia
2008
  • Macrobertson Girls' High School : Year 12 Drama. Solo: Fortuna (A+, Audition for Top Class), Victoria, Australia
2007
  • Macrobertson Girls' High School : Year 11 Drama, Solo: Lola Montez, Victoria, Australia
2005
  • Kismet Productions Courses : 10 Day Film-Making Summer School, Victoria, Australia

Acting

Monologue from 'Aphonia' by Hannah Aroni

Delia tries to discuss assisted suicide with her husband after having just been diagnosed with ALS.

IMDBwww.imdb.com/name/nm4595224/
Languages spoken
  • English
  • Hebrew
Accents spoken
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Irish
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA New York
  • German
  • Middle Eastern
  • Russian
  • Spanish
(L)- Lead, (S)- Supporting, (EL)- Ensemble Lead, (FE)- Featured Extra, (D)- Devised

SHORT FILMS
2009
•Rhian (L), The Personality Shop, Caterina Turnbull.
2010
•Vera (L), Last Carriage on the Northern Union Express, Leo Flanders, Arlington Animals.
2011
•Nostalgia (EL), Nightminds Trailer, Sarah Walker, The Electric Company
•Thread Trailer (L), Jorge Tsipos, Tsipoproductions and Three Spot Productions

2012
•Homeless Girl (L) Coins and Shelter, Anastasia Yates.
•Martha/Composer (FE), Crane, Joshua Farrell
•Natacha von Braun (L), Remake of scene from 'Alphaville' by Jean-Luc Goddard, Tarryn Eva, Monash University
•Elle (L), Sexploitation, Haleema Elsayed, Latrobe University
•Sister Maria (L), The Graveyard Shift, Sherilyn Wong, RMIT University
•Kate (L), PSA, Obsessively Aware, Krish Soorkia, Swinburne University
•Claire (L), When Sh@t Happens, Benjamyn Wolfgramm, Swinburne University
•Susan (L), Road Wolves, Harrison Packer, Photographic Narrative Series for VCA
•Megan (L), Lanu: 'The Wire' MV, Benjamyn Wolfgramm, Swinburne University

2013
•Emma (S), Le Chien qui Fume, Donna McRae and Michael Vale
•Sarah (L), Cocoon, Marli Lopez-Hope, Swinburne University
•Cassandra (FE & Costume), Hilarious Transplant, Simon Toppin, RMIT University
•Tegan (S & Singing Role), Verity, Tess Hutson, VCA
•Kirsten (L), In Retrospect, Christel Chia, VCA
•Magda (S), Mimi and Bubba, Johnathan Webb. Taylored Productions
•Katie (L), The Big Save, Errol Tyson, RMIT
•Joanne (L), We need to talk about Melvin, Benjamyn Wolfgramm, Swinburne University
•Claire (L), Massacre, Kristopher Wardhana Swinburne University
•Dee (S), Spit, Genevieve Wilson, VCA

2014
•Seance Member (C), MV 'Everything was Legendary with Robert' by Dave Graney, Donna McRae and Michael Vale
•Teenager (FE), Real Estate, TJ Hibbert, JMC
•Alex (S), Subjection, Ben Waites, Deakin University
•Murdered Girl (FE), Damien, Swinburne University
•Nicola (S), Uncivilized Pilot Stinger, Cory Dawson
•Hebrew Presenter (Ens) The Last Fisherman on Earth, Frouwke Hendricks
•Florence (L), Paper Black, Duncan Caillard, Melbourne Filmmakers Collaborative
•Rose (S), Uncertainty, Sian Watling, SU
•Nicole (S), Psychology, Sam Hicks, SU
•Rose (S), That Cat, Patrick Tuikaba, Footscray City Films
•Stacey (Ens) Last Horizon, David Valkenet, Point Cool Productions
•Actor 6(C), Chicken, Carl Sorheim, The Cameralla


FEATURE FILMS
2012 •Ada (S), Maniac (Jeremy DeCiglie)
2013 •Taylor (S), Newman, (Long Lin Cheng)
2014 •June (S), Hold Empty, (Darius J)

THEATRE
2009
•Louise De Valliere (L), The Man in the Iron Mask (full), Ross Unger, Blue Glass Entertainment
•Woman 2 (E), Terrorism, James Wardlaw, MUSTPA
•Villager (C), Blood Wedding, Peter Oyston, MUSTPA Honours Ensemble

2010
•Arachne (E), Ovid's Metamorphoses, Richard Lawton, MUSTPA
•Ophelia (S), This is Not Hamlet, Thomas Lawton, MUSS
•Hamletmachine (D), Laurence Strangio, MUSTPA

2011
•Nostalgia (EL), Nightminds, Celeste Macleod, Isobel Roberts-Orr, The Electric Company. Melbourne & Adelaide Fringe Festival Seasons.
• Macbeth (D), Daniel Schlusser, MUSTPA
•One Woman Show, Thread (written, directed, performed),Three Spot Productions.

2012
•'4' (E), The Waiting Room, Tom McCathie, Crash Test Drama 4 (Honourable Mention)
•Guide, Virtual Kinshasa Tour, (Sophia Dacy-Cole) Artillery
•Laura (EL) Aphonia, Hannah Aroni, Monash University Student Theatre

2013-14
•Choiristor (C), Choir Girl (Sarah Collins) Celeste Cody, AtticErratic for the Melbourne Fringe Festival, Geraldine Quinn's The Piano Has Been Drinkin' & Melbourne Fringe Hub Festival Opening, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne Comedy Festival, and 3ForFree Monash University Clayton and Peninsula Seasons

2014
•Principle Player/Fortinbras, Hamlet, Felicia King, Melbourne University Shakespeare Company

Music

Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan)

Recorded with Ukelele singer Alexander Welsh at the 50th Unnatural Selection Live Podcast in 2011

Vocal ability:
  Lead singer
Vocal range:
  Mezzo-Soprano
Singing styles
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Classical
Favourite genres
  • Rock
  • Indie
  • Jazz
Influences: Norah JonesElla FitzgeraldGotyeIngrid MichaelsonBillie HolidayYasmin LevyThe Lucksmiths

A strong singer from an early age, I joined my school choir in 2000, and sang in choirs throughout my schooling (including the exclusive Chamber Voices choir in 2007/8). In 2008 I performed with the Macrobertson Girls' High School Chamber Voices group, which achieved first place in the “3BA Intermediate Choral Contest” as a part of the Grand National Eisteddfod of Australasia and were also awarded first place in the 2008 Booroondara Eisteddfod in the A Capella Choir 18 years and Under Section.
I also performed the vocal jazz duet at the Macrobertson Girls' High School 2008 Speech night.
Performing in musicals since 2002, I became more and more involved in musicals towards the end of my high school years, performing in the original 'Man in the Iron Mask' as the lead female, Louise De Vailliere in 2007, and again for the concert re-staging in early 2009.

In 2009-2011 I focused on my studies, and took up singing in performance again towards the end of my degree, performing at the Unnatural Selection Live 50th Podcast with Ukelele player and Singer Alexander Welsh as 'The Lame Ducks'.

In 2012 I started pursuing singing more intently, working with producer Kehinde Azeez on a variety of projects; and collaborating with singer/pianist Ella Motteram and singer/double bassist Tim Cochrane for a one-night-only performance at the MUSTWRAP2012.

As part of the 2012 Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival, and 2013 Comedy Festival I performed in the cast choir of 'Choir Girl', a collaborative choral show between Attic Erratic Theatre and writer/performer Sarah Collins, directed by Celeste Cody, Music Arrangement by Tom Pitts, Choral Direction by Chrissie Robinson and Jessica Graham. As part of all three 12, 8 and 14 member acapella choirs, we sang everything from Britney Spears' 'Hit Me Baby' in both full Pop and the style of Gregorian Chant, to the Everly Brothers, to Petula Clarke.
*****- Herald Sun ****- The Age
"they spring to disconcertingly lascivious life to voice Susan’s sexual fantasies... ...To call them a ‘Greek chorus’ is to diminish both the eeriness and the hilarity with which these women satirise our preconceptions of feminine primness." -Mel Campbell for The Enthusiast

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