Actress, screenwriter, director and playwright, Sally McLean began her work in the entertainment biz as an actor in her mid-teens and has since performed leading roles in numerous Australian and British film, theatre and television productions.
A graduate of The Actors Institute, London, she has played lead, guest and support roles on numerous UK and Australian television series including “Party Tricks”, “Killing Time”, “Elephant Princess”, “Flying Doctors”, “Bingles”, “The D-Generation”, “Totally Full Frontal”, “Neighbours”, “Acropolis Now!”, "Comedy Inc., “Blue Heelers”, “The Bookworm”, “Poetry Nation” and the BBC mini-series “Bootleg”.
Sally has played lead roles in over thirty UK and Australian theatre productions, including “The Comedy of Errors” (Australian Shakespeare Company), the World Premier of “Annabel’s Requiem” (UK), the professional Australian premier of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” (Athenaeum Theatre Melbourne), “The Auxilary”, “Chasing Pegasus (a play in ten chords)”, “PS I Love You” and the all-female “Macbeth” (UK), described as " an utterly convincing performance as the old Scottish King, belying the fact that McLean is not only young and a woman, but also Australian." – Time Out, London.
Film work includes “Why Must The Show Go On?”, “Raymond Taylor’s Earnest Adventure in Love”, “Evie Wants A Baby”, “A Little Rain Must Fall” (UK) and “Interchange”, amongst others.
All items here feature Sally’s design work from her various online stores: Incognita Store, The Shakespeare Shoppe, Inspire Republic, Pure Attitude, Through The Looking Glass (AliceInWonderlandOnline.com) and StyledVintage.com.
Designing is a creative outlet that Sally has dived more and more deeply into over the past decade and she now sells worldwide to clients in over 47 different countries via wholesale and direct orders. She also runs a store on Ebay, as well as selling her favourite designs via her store here at Redbubble.
In addition to her continuing designing and acting work, Sally is currently working as co-writer/co-producer on a new Australian comedy series and writer/director/producer for the documentary “Franz Stampfl – A Life Unexpected: The Man Behind The Miracle Mile” – both for television broadcast, as well as co-producing and co-writing two independent feature films – “Christie” (working title) and “Dalny” (working title).
For more information, visit her official website: http://www.sallymclean.com