Sandy Greenwood is a First Nations actor, writer, producer, voice artist, cultural consultant and model from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti and Bundjalung tribes of New South Wales.
On Stage, Sandy has performed with many of Australia’s leading theatre companies, including Stolen and Taboo for Sydney Theatre Company; Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, and Wayside Bride for Belvoir Theatre, At What Cost for Queensland Theatre Company and the State Theatre Company of South Australia and Dogged and Swim for Griffin Theatre Company.
Sandy has also performed on the international stage at Seattle Theatre Company in Afternoon of the Elves.
Sandy’s critically acclaimed one woman show, Matriarch, which she wrote, produced and performed, was recognised with a Green Room Award for Best Actor and nominated for Best Writing in Independent Theatre.
Sandy can be seen in the role of Tanya Moran in the ABC TV Series The Messenger and the Paramount+ Feature Film, The Appleton Ladies Potato Race.
Sandy’s US film debut was Killer Elite alongside Jason Statham and Robert De Niro
Sandy has also worked as a TV Presenter for National Indigenous Television and is a highly sought-after Voice Artist specialising in a plethora of Indigenous accents.
Sandy is attached as Associate Producer on the upcoming Australian Feature Film Once a Queen (Magpie Pictures) and is currently writing her memoir Matriarch based on her stage play with Echo Publishing.
Sandy has a Bachelor of Theatre, (Honours) from the Queensland University of Technology and has trained at the Atlantic Acting School in New York City. Sandy is the first Indigenous Australian recipient of the highly competitive Diversity Program at The Groundlings in Los Angeles.