Angela Hattersley

Angela Hattersley completed her theatre training at WAAPA. She is a versatile and dedicated actor whose experience both in front of and behind the camera make her a valuable asset to any production. She has a diverse range of experience from theatre and television to corporate videos and voice over. Her theatre credits include: How To Act Around Cops, directed by Leland Kean At Darlinghurst Theatre, Men, Love and the Monkey Boy, directed by Chris Hurrell at Parramatta Riverside and Darlinghurst Theatre, Love and Money, directed By Steve Rassios at The Old Fitzroy Theatre, The Last Great Roadhouse in Paradise, directed by Luke Cowling at The Old Fitzroy Theatre, Renaissance, directed by Dave Letch at The Old Fitzroy Theatre, The Taming of the Shrew, directed by Sher Guhl for Marian Street Theatre. Her television credits include: Tough Nuts and Blue Heelers.

Angela was a founding member of the current national touring program Poetry in Action, writing, directing and performing poetry for high school students between 2005 and 2010.

Angela’s singing range is mezzo-soprano.