Kristina is an Australian actress and acting coach currently based in Vancouver, Canada. For the past eight years, she has assisted clients in booking roles in film, television, commercials, and gaining admission to the prestigious and highly competitive BFA acting program at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).
Kristina is trained in both screen and theatre and has studied at NIDA (alum. Cate Blanchett), ACA (alum. Hugh Jackman), AMAW LA, Sydney (alum. Shailene Woodley). She has taught acting classes at the WAYS youth organisation in Sydney and served as an audition reader for casting offices in Australia and Canada. Over the past twelve years, Kristina has cultivated a wealth of expertise in self-tape audition and camera techniques. Her acting credits include a lead role in US film 'Big Lies in a Small Town' and the New York Comic Con-nominated 'Looking For Heroes.'
Kristina is passionate about encouraging others to recognise and harness their inherent value, and contributing to the growth and sustenance of thriving communities.
WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO BE AN ACTOR?
Fun and possibility inspired me to be an actor from as long as I can remember. Why do one profession if you can do all the professions?