Andrea Denholm

Andrea is an experienced creative producer, executive producer and story producer of adult and children’s content. She joined Princess Pictures in 2009, attracted by the company’s creative ethos and commitment to talent.

At Princess Pictures, Andrea has produced screen comedy opera The Divorce, comedy series It’s A Date Seasons 1 and 2 and Outland, and the landmark documentary series Sporting Nation with John Clarke. She executive produced and story produced Australia’s first Indigenous narrative comedy series 8MMM Aboriginal Radio with co-producer Brindle Films, and executive produced Stand [email protected] Bella Union.

Andrea’s previous producing credits include: Australian/UK co-production Tripping Over; iconic family drama series SeaChange; mini series After the Deluge; drama series CrashBurn and children’s live action series Worst Best Friends. She was also co-creator and writer on Tripping Over and a co-writer of several episodes of SeaChange.

Andrea has degrees in law and economics and a post-graduate degree in media law.  Before becoming an independent producer, she was Head of Business Affairs for a leading production company where she worked on major feature films: Siam Sunset, Dead Letter Office, The Sound of One Hand Clapping; landmark television mini-series: Simone de Beauvoir’s Babies, Kangaroo Palace, My Brother Jack; and numerous comedy programs including Full Frontal, Eric Bana Show, Shaun Micallef Program.

Andrea is on the board of the Australian Children’s Television Foundation.