At such a young age Freya has a list of roles that showcase her unique ability to play characters with an array of differing personalities and stories.
Freya’s first professional role was “Young Joan” in Caryl Churchill’s play “Far Away” for The Black Swan Theatre Company in 2008.Since then, she’s been extremely busy, working consistently in a series of films including the short film “Bootleg”, a singing role in the short film “Light as a Feather”, directed by Damien Spiccia, “X”, directed by Jon Hewitt, 3 voiceovers for the production “Bully for You” and the television miniseries “Cloudstreet” based on Tim Winton’s award winning novel. Freya stars in a support role as “Young Hat Lamb”.
Most recently she was the lead, a deaf girl in the short film “Beneath the Waves” by Award winning Director Renee Marie. A demanding role requiring Freya to learn sign language.
Freya was spotted by a Talent scout in 2010 and was recommended her to manager Ken Jacobson in Los Angeles. Jacobson has been guiding unknown actors to success in the television and film industry for 27 years, and maintains an extremely small list of select clients. Freya flew to LA to meet with him, and he was so smitten, he signed her on the spot. He then arranged a meeting with a number of top LA agents and signed with The Gersh Agency.
In 2012 Freya was cast In Hemlock Grove, the Netflix series directed by Eli Roth.