Barry Facilitates

Presenting With Presence
Presenting With Presence is a 2 day program designed to help course participants develop more personal power in their ‘upfront’ and presentation skills. Would you like to improve your communication, presentation and leadership skills to make more impact in your work environment?
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Barry Quin

Barry Quin

Barry trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech & Drama in London and enjoyed a successful career in both stage and television before joining Keith Michell and the Chichester Festival Theatre Company for their tour of Australia in 1979.

Barry liked Australia so much that he stayed and has since become well known here through his numerous stage and screen appearances, a few of which include starring as Julian Marsh in “42nd Street” at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Australian and UK tours of “They’re Playing Our Song”, “Soulmates” and “Company” at the STC.

His Australian TV career began by playing Dr Greg Miller in “Prisoner” since when he has played leading and guest roles roles in a large number of mini-series and television dramas. Films include “Disgrace”, “Cappuccino”, “Superman” and “Crime Broker”.

Barry has been teaching Acting, Screen Acting and Presentation for the past 15 years and is currently employed as Coordinator of Music Theatre at the Australian Institute of Music, prior to which he was Coordinator of the Australian Academy of Dramatic Art.