Shelley is a 21-year-old actress, singer and model based in Sydney, Australia. She has sung across the country, including live performances for Channel 7's Telethon and in front of crowds of up to 50,000 during multiple AFL matches at Optus Stadium. Shelley, who has an interest in maths and science, completed her schooling in 2017, where she excelled and was offered a scholarship to study engineering at The University of Western Australia. Under the stage name Shelley Q, she has released three original songs to iTunes and gained airtime on Triple J.

 

Shelley grew up on a farm out in regional Western Australia, and as a young child (after falling in love with the movie Walk The Line and Johnny Cash!), Shelley taught herself the guitar and began performing wherever she could. Her love for entertaining people led her to performing in numerous musical theatre shows at school. After taking a short screen acting course with Fusion Australia in 2018, Shelley won a scholarship to attend the Australian Convention of Actors and Artists in December 2018, where she took out a string of awards whilst representing WA in acting, singing, and modelling.

 

Training consistently at Nicholson’s Academy of Screen Acting since early 2019, and coaching with actor/director Myles Pollard and voice coaches James Hagan and Katherine Beck; has only fuelled her love for screen acting. She is often praised by teachers for her strong screen presence, prodigious work ethic, and ability to apply redirection. Blessed with a down-to-earth attitude and country upbringing, Shelley is a versatile and hardworking performer who is a pleasure to work with.

Shelley recently wrapped as a lead in her first feature film, Darkest Age, set for release in 2022.