Yulin is a screen and stage actor. She is trained in the Stanislavski Method, the Uta Hagen Technique, Fitzmaurice Voice Work, Dudley Knight Speech Work, Accent Work, Shakespeare, Viewpoints, Suzuki Method of Actor Training, Clowning, Butoh, Michael Chekhov and Mask Work.

Her theatre credits include The Hummingbird, written by award-winning writer Zizi Azah and directed by award-winning director Edith Podesta, Sarah’s Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis by Cake Theatrical’s Natalie Hennedige, Revolutionary Model Play 2.0 by Wang Chong of Beijing’s Théâtre du Rêve’s, Macbeth by Adam Marple, Trojan Women: An Elegy by Stefanos Rassios, Top Girls by Steve Dixon, and Scorched by Aole T. Miller.

Her film and TV credits include Okto’s quirky new science infotainment Make Me A Super, Singtel’s Hello, Goodbye, directed by Cannes Film Festival nominee Boo Junfeng, Baby Bumps by Li Lin Wee, Channel 5’s Lion MumsFiends and Foes and Recession Heroes, LA Web Series Winner What Do Men Want?, as well as other short films and commercials. Yulin believes that actors have the unique gift and responsibility of empathising through embodiment, and in so doing, reminding us of our common humanity. An actor is a brave human being who is willing to sit in the questions, the uncertainty, the vulnerability and not run away from the discomfort of these universal human experiences. They occupy the liminal space between outcast and spokesperson, constantly negotiating boundaries and offering new ways of being, thinking and seeing.

Yulin is also an aspiring filmmaker and made a short film called Vignettes in 2011. She is also a theatre maker with a strong interest in design, dramaturgy, as well as the re-adaptation of classics. In her final year at LASALLE, she was voted by her peers and lecturer to direct a reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. She desires to make theatre that is relevant in time and place, universal, honest, visceral, imaginative and playful. She wants to push the boundaries of theatre, playing with place, the five senses and audience interaction. She also has a strong desire to see the world from different perspectives through travel, and to engage with marginalised persons and communities.

Yulin holds a BA (Hons) Acting from LASALLE-Goldsmiths, as well as a BA Psychology from the University of Queensland.

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