Gabrielle Rogers is a voice and dialect coach who has been working in the theatre, film and television industries for over 15 years. Gabrielle works with actors, presenters, politicians and others every day to help them improve their resonance and tone, as well as accent and dialect creation for productions.
Gabrielle has most recently acted as dialect coach on feature films Men In Black International (Columbia Pictures), Doctor Sleep (Intrepid Pictures), and The Nightingale (Causeway Films). In television, she was most recently voice coach on the second series of Wolf Creek. Gabrielle has also recently worked with teachers in Europe and the USA to develop The Erden Project in Germany. She is writing a biography of premier dialect coach Andrew Jack, with whom she has been a frequent collaborator, and who she assisted on Thor: Ragnarok.
She has taught at all the major actor training academies in Sydney, including NIDA, ACTT, Actors Centre Australia, STS, The Actors Pulse, and The Actors Studio. She was seconded to WAAPA during her training, and was the only post graduate voice student appointed to coach on a graduating 3rd year production at NIDA. Gabrielle was commissioned to create the Accents and Dialects Database for the Rodney Seaborn Library at NIDA. Gabrielle’s students are on Australian television and film screens every day of the year and her work on theatrical productions has been lauded with consistently rave reviews as well as awards and nominations for individual performances and ensemble productions.