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Queenie van de Zandt

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Queenie van de Zandt

Queenie Van De Zandt - Actor, Singer, MC and Comedy Writer.

Queenie's latest stage success  "I Get The Music In You" is very funny. Written, produced and starring Queenie as Jan Van de Stool - the show was a run away success at the latest Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Jan van de Stool - the Dutch despot of the evening class, is the outrageous and hilarious creation of writer-performer Queenie van de Zandt and Tony Taylor.  Accompanying Jan is her trusty pianist and tea-lady Helen.

Switching between characters at lightning speed, big-voiced comedienne Queenie van de Zandt also sings as the music therapist's unfortunate students in a performance that hits the high notes of comedy.

Like Jan, Queenie also hails from Holland, and its a little known fact that as a teenager,  she had one of her first forays into performing as part of a Dutch Marching Girl Troupe!


Canberra born actor/singer/writer Queenie van de Zandt began her professional career performing in the group-devised show The Essential Lloyd Webber at the legendary cabaret venue, The School of Arts Café in Queanbeyan. 

After graduating Year 12 in the top 2% of the A.C.T., Queenie horrified her friends and teachers by not going to University, instead deciding to become an actor. 

Performing as

  • Tom Snout and Mustardseed in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Canberra Theatre Company)
  • Lizzie in the cabaret 3's Company, which she co-wrote with Mark Fuller and Peter J. Casey
  • The Minister for Community Growth in Hot Property; and Erma in Anything Goes (Canberra Theatre Trust).
  • Sydney from 1992 to 1999, Queenie’s theatre credits included:
  • Astrid, and at times Jeannie and Sheila, in the Sydney season and National tour of Hair
  • The Tilbury seasons and NSW tour of 3's Company; Villain of Flowers (NIDA Co.)
  • Love Lemmings (Tilbury Hotel and National Tour)
  • The Sydney Theatre Company's The Threepenny Opera
  • Bits Theatre Company's production of Furious, for which she shared the MEAA A.C.T. Green Room Award for best performance in a play
  • Richard Wherritt's  production of Cabaret
  • Les Miserables (Asian and South African Tour)
  • 18 months as an original cast member of The Boy From Oz.
  • Television credits during that time include:
  • Denton
  • Good Morning Australia
  • The Midday Show
  • The Mick Molloy Show
  • The 7.30 Report
  • Mornings with Kerri-Anne  
  • Tessa/Gail in the world premier of After January (La Boite)
  • Nancy in Barmaids (Street Theatre, Canberra)
  • The Governor's Wife in Harvest Rain's  Caucasian Chalk Circle
  • Angela in La Boite/QPAT's production of Secret Bridesmaids Business
  • The Vagina Monologues
  • Scooby Doo - The Movie
  • Mrs.Sowerberry in Oliver  (Cameron Mackintosh/IMG) for which Queenie was nominated for a 2003 Helpmann Award - Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical.
  • Her critically acclaimed performance as Deirdre in the world premier of the award winning play The Road to the She-Devil's Salon (Queensland Theatre Company)
  • Sonja/Valerie in Speaking in Tongues for the Street Theatre in Canberra
  • T.V.Movie Salem's Lot, with Rob Lowe and Donald Sutherland
  • T.V As Dr Gwynneth Carsdale in All Saints
  • In 2004 Queenie relocated to Melbourne and starred to critical acclaim alongside Michael Veitch as Vicki Nichols in The Full Monty - the Musical (she is currently nominated for a 2005 Green Room Award for this performance) and played Anastasia McIntyre in Eureka at Her Majesty's Theatre.

Queenie van de Zandt is also a songwriter and writer. In 1994 Glen St Theatre in Sydney produced Jingle Belrose (later re-titled Up The Shops), which she co-wrote with Tony Taylor, Craig Ilott and Jonothan Mayer, and in 2001 the show was again produced by ATYP in Sydney. 

In 1996 she recorded and released her first solo album, Amazon Woman, which she co-wrote with Andrew Worboys. 

In 1999 she performed her original material at the National Folk Festival.  Her subsequent one-woman show Amazon Woman and Other Stories has been performed at Kabarett Junction, Sydney, The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, The Basement, Sydney, Chapel off Chapel, and The Butterfly Club in Melbourne and at Theatre 3, Canberra. She is set to release her second album, Other Stories, later this year.

2005 has seen Queenie shift into comedy, performing in the Brisbane and Sydney seasons of the 2005 Helpmann Award nominated Women In Voice 14 and The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, playing her self-devised character, Jan van de Stool, to great success with audiences and critics alike. 

Most recently she was a leading cast member, performing and writing alongside comedy legends, Marg Downey, Michael Veitch, Peter Moon, Dave O'Neil and Colin Lane on the Channel 7 Sketch Comedy Show: Let Loose Live.




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