Tammy Lee Rock, a Proud Pakana Woman, is an award winning director and storyteller. She is currently in production with her third film, Everything, which will complete her Master’s in Film and Television at VCA. This is the final chapter of a trilogy that includes Beautiful Mess (2018) and Herstory (2018).
As Tammy Anderson, she is an award winning actor, playwright and director. She has played on stages such as Sydney Opera House, Theatre Royal Hobart, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company, and Belvoir St Theatre. She was an original cast member of Jane Harrison’s highly acclaimed play Stolen, which Tammy toured nationally and internationally for 5 years with. Her film credits include Boxing Day (Kriv Stenders, 2005) and The Sapphires (Wayne Blair, 2012). Tammy’s signature work, I Don’t Wanna Play House is a one woman show that explores and documents the human condition focusing on deeper issues of poverty, racism, physical and emotional violence, child abuse, displacement and trauma. A member of The Victim Survivor Advisory Committee, working, on the current anti-violence campaign, as well as assisting in Aboriginal Affairs.
Her biggest credits to date are her 3 beautiful children, Jackson, Darcy and Tadhg.