Angie Milliken


Angie is an actress from Sydney, Australia with a diverse career in Film, Television and Theatre.

She is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) whose alumni include Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving and Geoffrey Rush.

After graduation she was regularly in demand on the professional stages of the Belvoir Theatre, The Sydney Theatre Company and landed her first lead role on Australian TV in the mini-series The Paperman. On film she took lead roles in Ray Argall’s Eight Ball and the film Act of Necessity, which earned her her first Australian Film Institute award nomination.

Angie has since won 2 AFI* Best Actress Awards and 7 nominations for leading roles in the TV series MDA, the mini-series My Brother Jack, The Shark Net, and Through My Eyes. Her leading film roles have starred her opposite Colin Friels in Solo, Hugh Jackman in Paperback Hero and Bryan Brown in Dead Heart.

Her recent independent film Passengers has featured at many film festivals in the US and Australia including Mill Valley, St. Tropez, Dungog and the Beverly Hills FTVNM. Her work on stage has seen her performing for many leading theatre companies, in particular opposite Hugo Weaving at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Sydney Olympic Arts Festival in a Sydney Theatre Company production of The White Devil. In 2001 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for Achievement in the Arts.

In the US she has also been seen on CBS guest starring in CSI Miami and continues to work in both the US and Australia.


Angie was born and grew up in Brisbane, Queensland in a musical family, but moved to Sydney to attend NIDA after finishing a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Queensland. As well as learning the French Horn, she was also a natural athlete - competing in sprinting events from the age of 7 through 17.

But it’s film, the visual arts, story telling and music, social issues, humor and humanity that really move her.