As a part of film and television for almost a decade, Ali began her studies in theatre training at the National Theatre in 2010. Her training also includes Larry Moss Masterclass, short courses at NIDA, and Ivana Chubbuck course at reputable 16th Street. Since beginning her career, Ali has been selected to work in over 200 jobs in both Australian and American film and television, as well as many TVCs, theatre work such as Romeo and Juliet, and is advanced in her expertise of working on set. Alicia’s most highly regarded work is the lead for a Palace Centro film festival winner which was screened in cinemas nationally, where she played the character of a young french woman, and also playing an Asgardian citizen in Thor:Ragnarok in which she worked in scenes filmed with Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Chris Hemsworth and Sam Neill. Other work includes Neighbours (over fifteen episodes), The Leftovers (filmed in scenes with Justin Theroux), The Railway Man (starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth), Winners and Losers, City Homicide, Any Questions for Ben, and more. Ali has also had experience as a stand in and double, notable work includes Delta Goodrem’s double for Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted to You, and Helen Mirren’s stand in for the production of Winchester.
Alicia’s greatest passion for acting lies within the sphere of collaboration and hard work that goes into filming when on set or on location. “Spending twenty hours on set, walking out deliriously tired but also, not wanting to leave. That’s when you realise you truly love the work. Sometimes the inspiration completely takes everyone over mentally and emotionally, and because everyone on crew and the production team are utter perfectionists, it can be an all-encompassing experience of pure creation that comes together flawlessly. It is stunning to be a part of a production, no matter how large or small the job is. ‘I ensure I get my character right in the eyes of the team I’m working with, and joyfully give one hundred percent no matter what. My agent encourages against it, but I still love doing extra work. It’s considered taboo for actors to do it, but I love it. It’s so objective. It keeps me involved and knowledgeable, and building relationships. Regardless of the scale of your role in the production, there can be a lot of waiting on set, long hours and early call times. It’s important to be patient and respect every persons job on set, not just yours. Seeing someone on crew that you worked with six weeks ago on another job, or being so hell-bent on getting a shot perfect that you’re suddenly no longer exhausted, are just other bonuses in a tough but rewarding career. I feel very blessed to be a part of this industry, professionally I’m at my happiest when I am working on set”.
Alicia Joan Rose is a dress size 6, 167cm tall, size 8.5 shoe. Accents include American and British (several regions for both), and speaks some Greek, French, Italian, and she is currently learning Mandarin. Alicia has had professional voice training for singing, and is a professional writer, photographer, fashion stylist, and business owner. For a full resume, including all skills and measurements, please contact the agent directly or contact Ali directly for contact information of her representation.