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Savannah is a German-South African actress and writer, born and raised in Hong Kong, and now residing in the UK.


Over the years Savannah has studied at various institutes such as Savannah College of Art and Design (2010), The William Esper Studio (2022), Bristol Academy for Voice Acting (2022), and has trained with Motion Capture royalty such as Neil Newbon and Ace Ruele. 

She has performed in various award winning short films, stage shows, voiced commercials and audiobooks, and also worked as a production runner for commercials and HETV

Through her writing, Savannah aims to put women and the queer community at the forefront in a way that can bring hope and joy, while exploring the complexity of identity, futurism, and the overall multifaceted beauty of the human condition.

Her original comedy web series, S#*! Talk, saw her nominated for Best Actress and Best Web Series at the Changing Face International Film Festival in 2020, and her most recent short, Together, premiered at Bath Film Festival this year and was nominated for Best Drama at the RS Film Festival.

Most recently Savannah wrote and performed in a micro-short, Queer Enough, directed by BFI Network South West's New Voices participant, Gemma Reynolds.


 Savannah is interested in portraying and writing about strong, capable, and unapologetic characters that don’t just get lost to ‘stereotype’ and the male gaze. She is most passionate about feminism, identity, mental health, futurism and the general human nature, and explores all these through indie films, gritty dramas, transformative fantasy and futuristic sci-fi.

Savannah places great importance on a collaborative approach in all of her work on and off screen, and actively seeks to work with like minded artists who share her passion for representation, magic, and truth.


Savannah strives for an international career that spans across English and German productions, and beyond. Her multicultural upbringing and love for travel drives her ambition storytelling that transcends borders and language.

Savannah views acting as a truthful space without inhibition. A space where you are allowed to play and explore all sides of humanity, the ‘good’ just as much as the ‘bad’. It is her goal to instil this very truth within any aspect of her future work, and to portray that for which we have no words.


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