Australian born and internationally experienced actress, Shiloh Blondel, began her artistic career from an early age. Shiloh assumed a strong presence in Western Australia’s independent film and theatre scenes working with Shine Studios, Ellandar Productions, Azure Entertainment, WAYTCO, CCW Productions, Planet Raw, and the Independent Theatre Association. Shiloh later completed a Diploma of Screen Acting at the Film & Television Institute of Western Australia. Following her graduation, Shiloh appeared on the highly successful Australian television series Love Child, Home and Away and International series Deadly Women. In 2013, Shiloh’s talent drew her to Vancouver where she has experienced much success. Most recently she has worked on the Internationally Acclaimed Canadian series Motive, The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story, and An American Dream: The Education of William Bowman, a feature film written and directed by Ken Finkleman which opened for the Canadian Film Festival in March 2017. Shiloh is a very versatile actor, with a unique ability to strongly connect, express and channel raw and honest performances. Shiloh is currently represented by Ignite Elite Artists, Cue Agency and Now Actors.