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Actress Zenith Ander is a professional member of the prestigious BAFTA North America, Australians in Film, Scottish Screenwriters, Women in Moving Pictures (W.I.M.P.S), and is the founder of Female Film Connect, which boasts over 1,900 Los Angeles based film professional members.
Zenith's own production 'Roommates' won her
multiple awards for Best Actress and Best Series for her roles as Tash and Mackenzie at the Popcorn Joy film festival in 2022, the Pure Magic International Film Festival in 2021, and in 2020 at the Flicks Monthly Film Festival, the 1st Monthly Film Festival and the URUVATTI International Film Festival. She also won Best Web Episode at the Eurasia International Monthly Film Festival in 2020 for 'Eilidh'.
Zenith has worked in film in Australia and the United States. She hosted the international film festivals: The World Film Fair, held in Santa Monica, and the Dreamachine Film Festival in North Hollywood in 2019.
Zenith is an official selection judge for the BAFTA Student Awards each year, and the NoHo (North Hollywood) Cinefest.
As an actress, she can be seen in the American network ID Channel’s ‘People Magazine Investigates’ series, as well as 'Murder in the Heartland'. She has been in a number of commercials, Holden Motors, IKEA and Jetstar Airways, and has voiced animation as well as radio commercials and promotions for Australia's ABC and Triple J radio. As a Scottish-born and Australian-raised actor, Zenith has been called upon time and time again for her multiple accent and voice work.
Zenith’s theatre career spanned multiple cities throughout Australia. She starred as Anneke in ‘Shallow Heart’ at the Blue Room Theatre Perth, the Melbourne Short and Sweet Festival production of ‘The Knitting Circle’ at the Melbourne Arts Centre, and in Sydney, she was cast in Peter Flaherty’s ‘Perfidy’ for Crash Test Drama. She is a live script reader for television professionals in Hollywood with Live Read LA, and has studied improv at the renowned Upright Citizen’s Brigade and Groundlings theater schools as well as at The Beverly Hills Playhouse, where she studied with Howie Deutch and Allen Barton, as well as at Playhouse West with Robert Carnegie.
Her debut television role as Tania Morgan on the multi-award winning ‘Blue Heelers’, premiered on Channel 7 in Australia while she was still studying at The William Bates Academy of Performing Arts in Melbourne, Australia. She began her acting career in Children’s Theatre as a teenager, cast in a multitude of shows over a number of years produced by the acclaimed ‘Cartoon Creations’ and the Jack of All Trades' production 'Y2K' at Ripponlea Estate. She has starred in a number of short films and her first was in the lead role of Adrielle in ‘Left of Centre’.
In 2022 Zenith was awarded an Artists Residency placement in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico to complete her short film script 'InVerse'. Zenith is also a screenwriter and is currently in pre-production.