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Chiara Assetta

Chiara Assetta


Chiara began her training at Glenda Yee School of Dance in Sydney before graduating from ED5International in 2016 with a Diploma of Performing Arts under the direction of William A Forsythe. Upon graduating, Chiara obtained representation with Jeep Management.

Her film and television credits include Lynx TVC, Dance Academy and So You Think You Can Dance with Kelly Rowland. As a vocalist, she has just recently sung the national anthem for the opening of the Bankwest Stadium, heard as a backing vocalist for P&O Cruises Twice Upon a Time and also provided backing vocals for Delta Goodrem on The Voice and The Footy Show.

In 2019, Chiara made her professional musical theatre debut in Handa Opera’s ‘West Side Story on Sydney Harbour where she played the role of Teresita.

Further theatre credits include, the role of Brian in the musical adaption of Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens (Squabbalogic), the role of Bride of Frankenstein, Hip and Hop in the iconic Universal Monsters Live (Universal Studios Japan) and Frog choir vocalist in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter (Universal Studios Japan).

As a theatre actress, Chiara recently appeared in the workshop production Squabbalogic’s The Day Of The Triffids.

Branching out as a creative, Chiara became the choreographer for The Dismissal: A New Australian Musical (Squabbalogic).

Alongside her brother Daniel, Chiara debuted their cabaret Siblingship at the Hayes Theatre to sell out audiences. This led to successful seasons at Chapel Off Chapel in Melbourne and the Q Theatre in Canberra.

Chiara is thrilled to be joining the groundbreaking show, Everybodys Talking About Jamie. She would love to thank her friends and family for their love and continued support!

2020 Australian Tour