About Lilly

Lilly Dennis was born in Tasmania, Australia.  She was raised by non-industry parents and started pursuing theatre at a very young age.  Growing up in such an isolated place Dennis was involved in as much theater as possible.  performing in musicals and plays starting at age 8.  From age 8 to 18 she was in many different productions such as Top Girls, House on Fire, A Midsommer Night’s Dream, Mean Girls and many more. 

In January of 2014 she was accepted to The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los angeles and graduated two years later at the dolby theater.  It was during her first few years in LA that Dennis starred in roles such as Anna in And Ms Reardon Drinks Little directed by Sandy Martin, Major Barabra, Seasons Greetings and Cloud Nine all directed by Ian Ogilvy, To Be Young, Gifted and Black and The Laramie Project both directed by Joe Garcia, all of which she played while a member of The American Academy Theatre Company.

Lilly is currently involved in a multitude of TV and Film productions whilst having a theatre career. her one person show, Chocoholic just made its broadway debut and appeared in the UNtied Solo Theater Festival in New York.  Chocoholic was awarded Best Solo Show by United Solo.  The show will be retunring to this years United Solo Theater festival, in a feaured 'Best Of' catergory. 

over the last few years Lilly has starred in the films and a multitude of series'. Stll Here, produced by Warner Brothers and At&T with Northstar Film Compnay.  She aslo has completed filming the feature film Cancer's Last Stand .  Lilly's seires Nannies is also available for streaming later this year.

The film Dr. Phlill, a mockumentary style film that follows the life of an australian wanna be reality star and her comedic attempt at being a reality TV therapist.  The film is currently on the festival circut and has been picked up to be turned into a series.