Catch Actress Jasynda Radanovic at OZ Comic-Con Sydney

Actress Jasynda Radanovic

Actress Jasynda Radanovic will be a featured presenter at the Marvel Exhibition during OZ Comic-Con Sydney at Sydney's International Convention Center.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 11, 2017 / — Actress Jasynda Radanovic has been tapped as one of the featured presenters for the Marvel exhibition at OZ Comic-Con Sydney, which runs from September 30 through October 1 at the International Convention Center in Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia.

During the event Radanovic will be working on the Marvel stage as a presenter, as well as the host of several competitions such as Marvel trivia and the popular cosplay competition, a major highlight of OZ Comic-Con.

Radanovic says, "I am so excited to be hosting something I love, and talking to fans. I am really looking forward to seeing peoples cosplay as well as hosting the competition. I had the amazing experience a few years ago when I cosplayed as the Wasp, the presenter pulled me from audience to meet Stan Lee. I was in complete awe the entire moment! So I am hoping I can make just as an amazing experience and memory for a fellow fan."

Radanovic, who's become a highly sought after actress in both Australia and the UK for a vast range of productions including live shows, theatre, television and film, is also busy shooting the upcoming film "Broken Barriers."

In "Broken Barriers" Radanovic will take on the starring role of Diane, a dynamic young woman who controls and hosts a social experiment involving six contestants who are placed in a room. With their cell phones placed in a glass box that is within view, but out of reach, and no means of communicating with the outside world, they are challenged to see how they interact when deprived of technology.

"'Broken Barriers' is a cautionary tale of what could happen to our future, and how dependent we are on our phones… they have become a necessity," explains Radanovic. "I am very thrilled about this role. It is great to play a character who is extremely quirky… She has this sweet and friendly tone, then all of the sudden if something doesn't go her way, she snaps."

The film, which is being directed by Brontie Geist, is scheduled to begin shooting in New South Wales, Australia later this year. About choosing Radanovic for the starring role in her upcoming film, director Brontie Geist says, "Jasynda's experience in acting definitely drew our attention. Her showreel allowed us to reflect her comic timing as well as showing her talent for taking on dramatic roles… her physical traits also played a role in casting her as they enhance her ability to convey Diane's personality as I envisioned it."

In addition to "Broken Barriers" Radanovic has also been cast to take on the lead role of Nurse Sandy Granger in the upcoming series "Emergency: LA," which is currently in pre-production and is expected to begin shooting next year.

Radanovic will take on the lead recurring role of Nurse Sandy Granger in the dramatic series “Emergency: LA,” which revolves around the emergency services based out of the Los Angeles Fire Department's Station 77, LAPD and the emergency hospital treatment center known as Trauma One. The series, which is slated to begin filming later this year, focuses on the day to day to lives of the people who devote their lives to solving crimes, rescuing victims and treating the injured around the city.

Produced by Spectrum Multimedia Hollywood (“The Good Guys Club,” “Hard Knocks Fighting”), “Emergency: LA” will be directed by Len Davies (“World Association of Wrestling,” “Spirit 7”), Doug Coleman (“In Security,” “Lawless”) and Amit Medina (“RQW Bites,” “Hollywood Makeover”).

Actress Jasynda Radanovic, who’s been referred to in the land down under as a stunning triple threat, is one of those diversely talented individuals who has managed to establish a strong reputation for herself as a skilled actress, dancer and singer; but that’s not all, she is also a puppeteer!

Over the years Radanovic has starred in numerous live shows such as the Australian Museum's commissioned performance of “Alexander the Great” where she starred as Olympias, Dreamworks Dream Place Experience where she played Sugar the Elf, “Peter Pan A Musical Adventure” where she played Tinkerbell and “Whistle Down the Wind” where she played Swallow.

While her skill as an actress, dancer and singer have all been tantamount to her success in live shows, as many of them required her to sing and dance as well as act, her roles in the upcoming productions “Broken Barriers” and “Emergency LA” prove that Jasynda Radanovic's capacity as an actress and magnetism on screen have made her a leading lady for film and television.

P. Leigh
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Source: EIN Presswire