Aileen Huynh

Aileen Huynh is the video artist behind

Aileen Huynh is a Sydney based Actor. She graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Acting course in 2010. She also holds a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Performance from the University of Wollongong where she trained in acting, theatre making and production.

In her solo pursuits she works under the title and persona George Dot Play, producing video works that merge her screen performance with digital technology, intended for new media purposes.  Recent works include Emotibeats, Got Rice and Eargasm.  In 2011 she worked with Bodysnatchers and debuted her one woman show, Gobbledygook, which she co-wrote and devised with director Mark Rogers (PACT 2011, Adelaide Fringe 2012). Other recent Acting credits include A Land Beyond the River (Bondi Pavilion Theatre), A Quiet Night in Rangoon (New Theatre) the short film Colour of Change directed by Pearl Tan, and the feature film Not Suitable for Children. She will be seen next on the SBS four-part series Better Man, directed by Khoa Do.


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