Alana De Roma is what we call in show business a “Triple Threat” A singer, dancer and actress. She has been working in the industry for over 20 years, training at reputable schools including; The McDonald College School of Performing Arts, Brent Street Studios, Janice Breen and Screenwise.
In 1999, Alana starred in her first feature film ‘Amy’ at the tender age of seven. In her first major film role, Alana lit up the screen with her mature acting style and unique on-screen presence. Her strong passion for singing shone through, winning Best Actress awards in both Italy and Canada. She was also nominated in Australia’s Top Ten Best Actress Awards at the People’s Choice Awards, along with Nicole Kidman, Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths.
With this experience and amazing vocal performances on-screen, Alana was offered a recording contract with Festival/Mushroom records and went on to release the single “Ain’t no sunshine” and the soundtrack for the movie ‘Amy’. Alana’s individual style was recognised on a global scale and was contracted with Disney to record “Part of your world” for the re-release of the worldwide hit, The Little Mermaid Movie.
Alana’s passion for music also extends to musical theatre, with roles in productions over the years, such as Cameron Mackintosh’s “Oliver” scoring the role of ‘Bet’, Aladdin and various variety shows overseas.
Throughout her career, Alana has performed at many concerts and events with the most amazing experience to date, singing alongside Michael Jackson at his Sydney Concert . Alana has also appeared on several television shows such as The Midday Show, The Aria Music Awards, the AFI Awards, Today Tonight, Saturday Disney, Carols in the Domain and Cheez TV, as well as, starring in several short films and multiple TV commercials airing on Australian TV.
Alana was asked in 2015 to be a soloist singer for the NSW Government’s “Premiers Concert” which toured regional Australia.
Most recently, Alana wrote, produced and starred in the Cabaret show, “From Then To Now” which played as part of the 2018 sideshow festival.