Stefanie Dellzeit is an emerging actor and writer based in Sydney. She recently graduated from the Academy of Film, Theatre and Television with an Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Acting). Over two years of study she partook in a number of student films, projects and stage productions such as Caleb Lewis’ ‘Clinchfield’ directed by Dino Dimitriadis and William Shakespeare’s ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’ directed by Sean O’Riordan. Stefanie’s acting experience and training began in 2016 and has continued to grow through collaborative projects, acting competitions, courses at NIDA and Sydney Actors Collective and her work as a children’s entertainer.
Prior to acting, Stefanie also competed in dance competitions in a variety of styles, some of which she still attends classes for. As a writer, Stefanie first saw her work on stage in 2020 when she wrote and produced her graduating project ‘Stenosis’. Currently, she is developing her first feature film and web series and is rehearsing for her next show, William Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus’, directed by Shannon Thomas and Steven Ljubović. Stefanie’s undying curiosity about life, truth and people is nurtured by and shared through her art. She is excited to continue creating, discovering, collaborating and shifting things in the future however possible in this industry.