Tracey McBean  takes home a Logie

Tracey McBean takes home a Logie

Voice/acting AGENT:

Roslyn is represented by EM Voices for all her freelance voice, acting and puppetry work     

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Voice artist

Roslyn is a versatile voice artist, able to deliver fresh natural reads, polished promos and playful characters. She convincingly plays an age range from thirty something to a five-year old. Roslyn's voice is well-known as the title character on the beloved award winning cartoon series Tracey McBean. Watch a clip here >>

She can also be heard playing a variety of plucky kids, difficult divas, furry aliens and ageing eccentrics all over the world on animations such as Kitty is Not a Cat, ZigbyDogstar, Bananas in Pyjamas, Sherazade the Untold Stories, ZuZu & the SuperNuffsSea PrincessesToyboxBambaloo and Kangaroo Creek Gang

Roslyn is experienced in corporate, documentary and audio book narration and occasionally turns up on ABC Radio National in radio plays and poetry readings. Her proficient accents include Mid Atlantic, various US, Cockney, RP and Irish - most of which pop up on her character demo if you’d care to take a listen...


Roslyn’s past TV acting credits include roles on All Saints, Last Man Standing, Blue Heelers, Stingers, MDA, Wildside, Pizza, Water Rats, Murder Call, Police Rescue, G.P. and a two year stint on Home & Away. As a theatre performer/collaborator she has worked with Melbourne-based companies Not Yet It’s Difficult (NYID) and Blackhole Theatre as well as Non-Fiction Theatre in London. She can also be seen as a hologram presenter in various Museums across Australia.  

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Muppet operation on  Bambaloo

Muppet operation on Bambaloo


Roslyn has experience in film, TV and theatre puppetry. She was a muppet operator & character voice performer on Bambaloo, Series 1-2 (CHANNEL 7/Yoram Gross/Hensons) and Toybox Series 1-3 (Beyond/CHANNEL 7). Credits as an animatronic puppet operator include: Farscape (Hensons/CHANNEL 9), Babe II Pig in the City (Kennedy Miller), The Matrix (Warner Bros) and various TV commercials.