Rain Fuller is an award winning actor, writer and sometimes producer.
She has starred in internationally acclaimed feature films, appeared many times on Australian television and can occasionally be found dancing at bus stops.
Rainco-created, produced and stars in the award winning comedy series Two Refugees and a Blonde, which has appeared on Australian TV and in festivals around the world. She played a lead role the multi-award winning dramedy Pretty Good Friends,Australia's first mumblecore film, which screened in the US via Roku and received a limited cinema release in Australia. She also played a lead role in Flow, opposite AACTA Award nominated Osamah Sami (Ali's Wedding). Flow screened in selected Australian cinemas in 2017/2018.
On television, Rain most recently appeared as Bernice Ashton on Neighbours (Channel 11 Australia, Channel 5 United Kingdom, TVNZ New Zealand).
She stars in digital comedy series Waiting on Sound, released by Film Ink (Australia’s Variety) and Virgin Australia Airlines. With several other feature film credits, including the Acadamy Award shortlisted bushranger epic The Legend of Ben Hall, Rain has worked internationally in the USA, New Zealand and even in India, performing a lead role in international drama Project 103, shot on the banks of the Ganges River in India.
The host of FreshFlix on Ozflix, Australia's movie on demand streaming service, Rain is also slated to appear in the first Ozflix Original feature film.
She's an improv nut (Groundlings & Upright Citizen's Brigade) and a member of LA comedy collective Nightpantz, whose digital sketches have appeared on ABC TV, Buzzfeed and The Los Angeles Times and were awarded Best Original Sketch by Elizabeth Bank's WhoHaha channel. They also perform the second Tuesday of every month at The Clubhouse in Los Feliz.
A love of theatre has seen her treading boards and warehouse floors in Australia, New Zealand and the US (>>>reviews).
'The main thing is to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live.' Auguste Rodin