Tsu Shan is a multiple film, business and community service award winner, passionate about bringing awareness to issues that matter through telling provoking stories as an actor, writer and producer. She originally trained at NIDA and has certifications in Stage Combat, Theatrical Firearms and Yoga Teaching. An AFTRS alumni in producing, Tsu Shan was selected as one of Screen Producers Australia’s prestigious “Ones to Watch” in 2018. She produced feature film ‘Unsound’ that premiered at the AACTA qualifying Mardi Gras Film Festival and recently won ‘Best Australian Feature Film’ at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival. The online action drama that she wrote and produced, ‘The Wild Orchards’, won 2 out of 7 nominations at the 2018 LA Webfest, including nominations for most Outstanding Drama, and her as most Outstanding Actress. Tsu Shan also won ‘Best Ensemble of Cast’ at the 2016 World Film Awards for her short film ‘Tragic Enough’ where she played the lead role. She has also acted in features such as multi-festival award winning ‘Sequin in a Blue Room’; AACTA nominated shorts such as ‘Nursery Rhymes’ starring Toby Wallace; international award winning online series such as Wayne Tunks’s ‘After Nightfall’ and Heath Ledger scholarship recipient Charmaine Bingwa’s comedy ‘Little Sista’; a key supporting role in recent musical theatre production of ‘Spring Awakening’ and many presenting roles, including TVSN.