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Holly Ross

Holly Ross is a Canberra-based actor who has been involved in Canberra theatre for over 10 years. Holly has performed as part of ACT Hub’s 2022 and 2023 seasons, with productions of Hayfever (Sorel Bliss, Dir. Joel Horwood), The Importance of Being Earnest (Cecily Cardew, Dir. Jarrad West) and Hand to God (Jessica, Dir. Jarrad West).

Most recently, Holly was engaged with a tour for Music Theatre Projects Ltd’s production of Millicent Armstrong – Playwright & Farmer, after touring to the Goulburn Performing Arts Centre in 2022, and a staged reading in the Gunning area in 2021.

Holly’s other credits include Normal (Canberra Youth Theatre, Dir. Luke Rogers), One Man, Two Guv’nors (Canberra Repertory Theatre, Dir. Chris Baldock), Oh! What a Lovely War (Canberra Repertory Theatre, Dir. Chris Baldock) and Catch Me If You Can (Dramatic Productions, Dir. Richard Block).

Alongside acting, Holly is studying her Masters in Speech Pathology at the University of Canberra.