Melanie Zanetti | Biography

Posted On: 21 Sep, 2014


Melanie Zanetti | Biography

Quick Facts

Date of Birth N/A (Birthday) But Looks like 26-27
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Husband/Spouse Not Yet
Boyfriend Not Disclosed
Ethnicity White
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Divorced? N/A
Married Not Yet
Body Measurements 32-24-34 inch. (approx.)
Net Worth $1 Million Dollar (approx.)
Height 5 Feet 5 Inches - 5 Feet 8 Inches
Weight N/A

“Fortune favours the brave and the prepared. Do the work, even if you think you have no chance of getting the role, you NEVER know where it will lead. I know this as an absolute from first hand experience." - Melanie Zanetti

Dyslexic in her childhood but now an aspiring theatre/ television plus movie actress and confident woman, Melanie Zanetti is a familiar name in the Australian theatre and movie industry with various reputable projects but indeed, she is famous among Australian television audience for portraying the role of Jade in RealTV popular television play Warcrimes in 2011 and appearing in recent Subway and past Rams commercial. Most importantly, she is thankful of her sister and family for helping her in fighting Dyslexia in her childhood. Moreover, as she was born in Australia, her nationality is Australian.

From the Australian audience’s perspective, she is not only an actress but also an inspirational figure because she passionately climbed her own stairway to heaven into the industry since her early days despite forbiddance from her parents to pursue career in acting. Acting as a field couldn’t make such gigantic appeal to her parents back then when the Australian movie industry flourished from the movies like The Matrix, leaving past stereotypical classic movies behind whereas Australian theater industry also boomed with lots of investments and famous plays.

Young Melanie Zanetti most of the time used to get lectures from her parent about choosing more serious field. But, Zanetti was a fine young who enjoyed and participated in acting since her school days. At last, she ended up self- studying about Australian acting and journalism industries and later joined Bachelor of Theatre Arts at USQ as class of 2007.

Moreover, even before joining USQ, she was a popular local theatre actress plus a famous teenager. At the young age of around 19 or 20 in 2003, she makes her big debut in romantic comedy play by Christopher Fry called The Lady’s Not For Burning as Alison Elliot, an upper class reserved wife. The theatrical adaptation of the play by director Pat Wallace critically showcased despair and exhaustion following the World War II. Undoubtedly, like many television adaptations and numerous theatrical adaptations of the play, Pat Wallace’s one as well attracted lots of local audience in Brisbane Arts Theatre because of the talented actress like Melanie despite of complex storyline.

The amazing fact about Melanie is she has been acting since her school days and thus; she has earned vast range of experience of working in diverse roles in her more than 10 years of acting career. This makes her one of the very few actresses who can take on any role even without so much of preparation. Also, being a frequent performer in USQ plays certainly helped her in understanding her acting potentialities. As of 2014, one can say she made USQ proud as its product. Australian theatrical critics admire her for never leaving theatrical work and at the same time exploring various feature film roles in Australia.

Two time Maltida Award winner Melanie is best known all over the world for her roles in acting projects such as American science fiction movie Battle of The Damned, Australian feature film Tracks and Australian short film Fortune Faded.  

Other wiki on her professional and personal life can be accessed via various articles in Google Search. One can follow the actress via Twitter, Instagram and her Facebook fan page. Furthermore, there is no biography on her in Wikipedia as she has no policy when it comes to disclosing about her personal life. Also, her exact birthday is no known, but she and actress Scarlet Johanson are of same age. 

Now moving on to her physical sex appeal, she has a good sex appeal. Because of her not so tall height, long hair and innocent looks, people generally tend to think her as a love story actress when they see her for the first time. But, these sorts of stereotype definition generally changes when they find out that she fought alongside her on screen muscled out dad Dolph Lundgren and killed many zombies in Battle of the Damned. Anyway, it doesn’t take an Einstein to figure out that she is a multi-dimensional actress. Moreover, if one needs to understand more about her body configuration and body shape, he or she can check out her hot pictures with actor Thomas Larkin from the play Romeo and Juliet.

Although her exact height is not known, but judging by her pictures and videos, her height lies in the range of 5 feet 5 inches and 5 feet and 8inches. By nature, she has always been organized reasonable and mature person. Professionally, she is one hell of a practitioner who practices her dialogue whenever she gets free time.  Who wouldn’t want such an organized beauty to be his girlfriend?

Fortunately for all of us lucky boys, she is probably single. Not a single past boyfriend affair on her can be found in the media.  It may be she is dating her secret boyfriend or just busy in following her childhood hobby and not dating anyone.

Last but not the least; it is true she looks young given her age. Because of her young looks, a Romeo and Juliet hot promotion picture was banned in Australia citing it kind of showed a teen girl in a highly sexual pose. In reality Melanie was 27 at the time and after the banned news went viral in Australia, Melanie became highly unhappy. According to her, the picture is beautiful and there was no point in banning the picture. This again proves her as a strong Australian national who can defend what she believes. 

To view her pictures from the play Romeo and Juliet, one can go to the following site:

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