Antoinette Byron trained at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (Australia 's version of Juilliard). Her credits include starring roles in the American soap opera, All My Children, the Fox primetime series Women in Prison, and the hit Australian TV show, Home and Away (seen in more than 60 countries), as well as major guest roles on series such as Melrose Place, Malcolm in the Middle, and many more.
She starred opposite Bruce Campbell in the sci-fi cult hit feature film, The Man with the Screaming Brain, and Dean Stockwell in the feature American Black Beauty. She made her stage debut in the lead role of Janet in the Australian national touring company of The Rocky Horror Show, and recently returned to the stage to perform in Macbeth and Mary, Queen of Scots at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival in Scotland .
She also regularly teaches and coaches other actors and performers, training students in voice and acting, also providing private coaching in these areas. She also utilizes her wealth of experience from the acting world to help clients communicate more powerfully in speeches and presentations.
Australia's 7 Network recently invited Antoinette in for a career retrospective on The Morning Show. It's a fun overview of her on-camera career.
Antoinette has had a great time recently flying to exotic locations and taking viewers on tours of some of the most opulent (and expensive) luxury properties in the South Pacific and Asia. (It's a tough job, but someone had to do it). Here are some highlights: