It's only fitting that Georgia Sinclair is working in the television industry. She is a natural born performer, having been involved in acting from just 11 years of age.
On September 16, 2006, Sinclair made her television presenting debut - the day Australian television turned 50. The then 21 year old joined Channel Nine as the co-host of the weekend children’s show, Kids' WB.
Sinclair had taken an interest in acting since childhood, honing her craft in amateur theatre. She complemented her passion by studying with some of Australia's leading drama coaches, including Aleksi Vellis and Tom McSweeney.
Sinclair has had an international career as a model, in both print and on the runway. In addition, she has since appeared in numerous commercials, including Schweppes, Jeans West and Razzamatazz.
Through her modelling career, she has been able to help with several philanthropic events, including organising charity fashion parades for the organisation beyondblue and The Butterfly Foundation.
Other television appearances include as a featured extra in the 2005 film, The Extra, and also making a guest appearance on The Steph Show in 2006.
A keen race-goer, Sinclair took out the major prizes at both the Caulfield Cup and the Oaks Day Myer Fashions on the Field.
After graduating from Carey Baptist Grammar School, she continued her studies with an Advanced Diploma of Business (Public Relations) at Swinburne University of Technology, successfully completing it in 2006.
In her spare time, Sinclair enjoys cooking for her friends, travelling and expanding her knowledge of sports. She recently took up polo and is working towards playing in a tournament later this year.
Georgia Sinclair travels from Victoria Australia
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