She has previously worked as a writer, director and presenter on ABC’s The Checkout, as well as hosting Triple J’s Sunday night program, The Hook Up, an irreverent look at sex & relationships.
Hannah and her sister Eliza received funding through Screen Australia’s ‘Gender Matters’ program in 2017 to develop Sheilas, a comedy series on the amazing and forgotten women of Australian History.
She has also been regular guest on ABC 702s Afternoons with James Valentine, a co-created ‘Yarramadoon’ a comedy debate held at Giant Dwarf Theatre, as well as a musical of the same name. She has worked with political satire group A Rational Fear and in 2013 she wrote and directed the short film Great Day, which was a finalist at Tropfest.
In tandem with acting, Eliza has been a radio presenter and broadcaster for over six years on FBi 94.5; hosting with her sister Hannah. Her comedy writing has been featured on Radio National and the ABC including work with Logie nominated consumer affairs show The Checkout.
Eliza’s stage acting has lead her to theatre companies such as 505, KXT, Melbourne Fringe, Old Fitz and Brevity Theatre.
Eliza is the co-creator of YARRAMADOON; a comedy debate held at Giant Dwarf Theatre as well as a musical of the same name.
Eliza and her sister Hannah recently received funding through Screen Australia’s ‘Gender Matters’ program to produce the series Sheilas.
This has given her a wide range of experience in television production, live events, marketing, commercial integration and sponsorship. Her current role is working in development with Giant Dwarf and running Giant Dwarf Theatre, both of these roles see her working closely with new talent in building ideas.