Anna Hruby

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Anna is an experienced actress in film, television and theatre, and is distinguished by her performances in some of Australia’s best loved television series. She is also an accomplished voiceover artist.

She has played key roles in Home and Away, Prisoner, Sons and Daughters, The Sullivans, Janus, All Saints, Seven Little Australians, Police Rescue, Heartbreak High to name a few (and in no particular order), as well as the mini series Harp in the South, Poor Mans’ Orange, Fields of Fire and Fireflies.
Anna’s past theatre work includes Catholic Schoolgirls and Speed the Plow for the North Coast Theatre Company, Ha Ha Ha Performing Humans, the inaugural show for Company B at the Belvoir St Theatre, The Girl from the West of the City directed by Alexandra Byron, the original Sydney production of Mum’s the Word where she had the pleasure of working with her good buddy Joy Smithers, as well as several productions with Australian Theatre of the Deaf.

As a voiceover artist, Anna had the opportunity of learning her studio technique from a very young age, back in the days when Audiobrien was just a few doors down from the RMK offices. Now, some of her regular clients include Telstra, Foxtel, Suncorp and Channel One, and when she is not talking in a studio, she may be found interpreting for deaf clients in her other role as an accredited Sign Language interpreter. Occasionally, Anna enjoys hanging out with people who can’t hear her