Zak Vasiliou

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Gender
Male
Age Range
16 - 25
Height
167cm
Base Location
Melbourne
Available In
Adelaide, Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Christchurch, Dunedin, Gold Coast, International, Melbourne, Northern Territory, Perth, Queenstown, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills
Actor, Dancer, Extra (Background), Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Singer
Hair
Dark Brown
Eye
Green
Memberships
M.E.A.A
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Agent

Agent
Triple Talent Management
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Graduate Institution

Institution
Victorian College of the Arts - Musical Theatre
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Feature Photo
Zak Vasiliou
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Credits

2021
Musical Theatre
Ensemble/Swing
Sweet Charity
Victorian College of the Arts
Jayde Kirchert
2021
Musical Theatre
Mr. Morris
The Hello Girls
Victorian College of the Arts
Jason Langley
2021
Theatre
Amber
Mongrel
Victorian College of the Arts
Maude Davey
2018
Musical Theatre
Leo
Ivy and Bean
The Gemini Collective
Sarah Williams
2017
Musical Theatre
Mary Sunshine
Chicago
Emma Knights Productions
Adrian Barnes

Training

2019 - 2021
Victorian College of the Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Music Theatre
2015 - 2015
Gravity Dance
Certificate IV
Dance

Skills & Attributes

Clothing Size
Male - S
Natural Accent
Australian
Accents
Cockney, American Standard, English, Australian, Spanish, Italian, Southern
Languages
English
Hair Length
Short
Hair Style
Straight
Dance
Hip Hop, Contemporary, Tap, Ballroom, Ballet, Jazz
Singing
Show, Pop, Contemporary, Classical, Musical Theatre, Choir
Singing Range
Baritone, Tenor
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor, Dancer, Extra (Background), Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Singer

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Notes

Originally from Adelaide, Zak (he/him) has been passionate about all forms of storytelling since a young age. He made his professional debut in State Opera South Australia’s production of ‘Hansel and Gretel’ (dir. Elijah Moshinsky/Richard Jones). After completing high school, Zak began his training at Gravity Dance where he studied dance full-time. In Adelaide, he played Mary Sunshine in ‘Chicago’ (dir. Adrian Barnes) and Leo in the new children’s musical ‘Ivy and Bean’ (dir. Sarah Williams). In 2019, Zak made the life changing choice to move to Melbourne to complete a BFA in Music Theatre at The Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). During his final year at VCA, Zak performed in ‘Mongrel’ (dir. Maude Davey), as Mr. Morris in ‘The Hello Girls’ (dir. Jason Langley) and performed in the ensemble as well as taking on the role of a swing for the three male leads in ‘Sweet Charity’ (dir. Jayde Kirchert).