Jillian’s numerous TV credits include Rake, Cold Feet, All Saints, Home and Away, Water Rats, Small Claims and Come in Spinner plus several commercials in Australia and the UK, including starring as the comic lead in her current RAA Storm Commercial on line and Oz networks , spots for the UK’s Channel 4 3D, BBC Radio 2 and Hurricane Media UK.  Jilly is playing the lead Mum in IKEA's spring commercial for 2018. Film credits include The Three Stooges, Walking on Water, Dead Letter Office and the UK indie Diana Clone.  Jillian is currently the voice of the Narrator, Bluebird , Big Brown Bear and Mother Deer for SLR Productions' award winning animation series two  Guess How Much I Love You, playing on ABC Kids TV /ABC IView and international networks. She features on their Easter and Christmas Specials also. Jilly's current voice contract is with Trackdown Digital at Fox in Sydney on the animation Nate is Late which is on air on Channel 9, France One and German networks in 2018. She voices Violet, Melanie, Nate's Mum and a warrior mermaid called Hydra to name a few of her 12 characters.

Her local and international theatre credit/ highlights include the 2017 The Way of All Fish , the 2016 Songs about Girls and their Fingertips, the 2015 Tempting Morsels for the ARTSLAB, A Brave New World Scandinavian/European Tour, Oliver Twist European/Asia tour and A Christmas Carol (TNT Britain/ADG Europe) Dinnerladies (No.1 UK tour for The Comedy Theatre Co), Wildboyz (Robert Warner Productions) Elgiva Theatre UK, Beautiful Bodies (Leicester Square Theatre) for Six in the City, History of Theatre (UK tour for Traffic of the Stage) Hugh Jackman’s The Boy from Oz (National Arena tour as Valerie and Judy Garland cover for Chrissy Amphlett, directed by Kenny Ortega) The Witches of Eastwick as Eudora and performed Jane cover for Marina Prior, The Misanthrope (Belvoir) Cyrano de Bergerac, Simpatico, Dead White Males, Juno and the Paycock (Sydney Theatre Company) The Tempest (Bell Shakespeare) and Dear World (Opera Australia).  She is playing the lead Narrator in a classic Nick Enright play for next 'Arts in the Valley' weekend May 2019.

Jilly is in creative development on Sarah Butler's play 'Safety Nets' in association with Shark Island Institute. She is the lead role, Ruby. It is a new Australian work and a multi media theatre piece

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