Carolyn Mullen tells us why working in Film and TV makes her happy.
How Long have you been with MCTV?
I have been with MCTV for almost one year, having signed up last November.
What do you do when you are not working in Film and TV?
When I’m not working in film and television I do promotional work, read plays and run around after our 2 children.
What Jobs have you worked on?
– a policewoman on Hyde and Seek where I had 1 line (1 word actually), but it was a very important word!
– a guest of the bride, Toni Colette, at her wedding in The High Road, where she asked all of us ladies to dance with her.
– a footy fan named Julie in Stories from the Stand for the NRL with Cath Alcorn and Beau Ryan, where I covered him in chips and tomato sauce!
– a flirtatious business woman for the Alan Bond miniseries, which was great to dress up in the 1960s getup.
Best/ Memorable Moments on set?
Pretty much all of them. I am happy to be on set in an industry that I find interesting with like minded people.
Most difficult part about working on set?
Most difficult part about being on set would be that I want to be the main actor and I’m not.
Tips for others who are getting started.
hmmmm…… Be clear with why you want to be part of this industry and what’s going to make you happy. Come along ready to meet others like you.