Since graduating from WAAPA, Claire Lovering’s screen credits have included Wonderland, Bite Club, Brad Peyton’s San Andreas opposite Dwayne Johnson and as Detective Tanya Martin in the crime thriller Hyde And Seek for Channel Nine. She has also starred as Audrey’s best friend Emma in the critically acclaimed Netflix/ABC comedy series, The Letdown. Claire made her professional theatre debut in Tim Winton’s first play, Rising Water, for the Black Swan Theatre Company and the Melbourne Theatre Company, for which she received a Best Newcomer nomination at the WA Equity Guild Awards and also starred alongside Jerry Hall in the Australian production of The Graduate for Kay and Mclean Productions.
Claire regularly treads the boards across Sydney with recent performances including Ensemble Theatre’s Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? Which saw her nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Sydney Theatre Awards, followed by back to back productions for Sydney Theatre Company in Dinner and Top Girls. Most recently, she starred in the world premiere production of The Feather In The Web for Griffin Theatre Company for which she won the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Female Actor in a Leading Role in A Mainstage Production.
Claire’s voice is smooth, versatile and relaxed and lends itself to anything from natural everyday girl, to bright retail, soft sell, cool promo, character dialogue and straight. Claire is popular for friendly and engaging, conversational reads.