2020 Graduate

Zac Bush

Zac is an actor, director, writer and producer. Born in Newcastle, he moved to Sydney to complete his Bachelor of Laws & International Studies at UNSW. There he became the President of the Theatre Society (NUTS), curating their inaugural season and cabaret. At ACA he has devised and appeared in What Falls Away (dir. Anthony Skuse and Julia Cotton) and performed as Moritz Stiefel in Spring Awakening (dir. Sarah Carradine), Ned Weeks in The Normal Heart (dir. Troy Harrison) Berowne in Love’s Labour’s Lost (dir. Jennifer West), Foresight in Love for Love (dir. Anthony Skuse), Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest (dir. Maeliosa Stafford), Jeff in Lobby Hero (dir. Anthony Gooley), Petey in The Birthday Party (dir. Miranda Middleton) and Aegeus in Medea (dir. Adam Cook). He recently made his directorial debut with 4:48 Psychosis, and works as the producer of physical theatre group Ninefold, creating A Murder Story: Retold for Sydney, Global & Brighton Fringe (2020). He also starred in the short film Forlorn (AFTRS, 2020).

Whilst at UNSW, Zac produced and hosted his own radio programme ‘Love Song Decimations'(2017). Having had his passion for performance ignited at ACA, he is looking forward to his future forays into the Aussie industry and beyond.


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