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Every Lie I've Ever Told

Rosie Waterland In Conversation with Lexi Sekuless

Saturday 25 August 2018
11.00AM – 12 NOON
Common Room
University House, ANU

The bestselling author of 'The Anti-Cool Girl' returns with a raw, beautiful, brilliant, shocking, heartbreaking and very funny memoir about telling lies to ourselves and each other and then finding yourself on the brink. Rosie Waterland is in Conversation with internationally acclaimed actress, Lexi Sekuless.

Rosie Waterland is a Sydney-based author, columnist, podcaster and screenwriter. Her irreverent brand of humour has been applied to topics far and wide including feminism, pop culture, awkward sex, body image, mental health and more. In 2014, Rosie became a household name with her laugh-out-loud hilarious recaps of  The Bachelor. Her first novel, The Anti-Cool Girl is a full-frontal no-holds-barred memoir which won the ABIA People’s Choice Matt Richell Award for New Writer of the Year. Her sold-out Melbourne International Comedy Festival debut,  My Life on the Couch (with Vodka), packed venues nationwide. Every Lie I’ve Ever Told is Rosie’s second book.

Lexi Sekuless graduated from London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama from their Bachelor of Acting program with first class honours. During her time she learnt acting craft and technique from some of the UK’s top tutors. Her career highlight was performing at the Globe as ‘Lady Anne’ in Richard III for the 2013 Wanamaker Festival. Lexi also performed in Appetite with Miriam Margoyles, Tamsin Greig, Jemma Redgrave and Jason IsaacsHer Australian performances include ‘Marianne’ in Constellations, ‘Beatrice’ in Much Ado About Nothing, 'Raina' in Arms and the Man and ‘Miss Cannon’ in the upcoming series of Rake. Lexi also appears as Sara, the Prime Minister's Chief of Staff, in season 2 of the Foxtel/Netflix series Secret City.