Gemma Kaye


Gemma (Gem) Kaye is an Australian actress, presenter and voice artist who has worked alongside acclaimed stars including Malcolm McDowell, Richard Roxburgh, Michael Caton, Sam Atwell, and Jessica Tovey. 

Gem’s TV appearances include Packed to the Rafters, the popular Australian family-oriented drama series which aired for 6 seasons, and Home and Away.

She also made guest appearances in Rake, the Australian legal and crime drama interwoven with comedy and political satire, and Deadly Women, which explores history's most intriguing and horrifying female killers. 

In Deadly Women, Gem starred in the episode Insatiable Greed as Louise Vermilyea who becomes so infatuated with dead bodies that she feels compelled to poison and kill 10 people over a period of 18 years.

Gem has also appeared in numerous television commercials for brands including Vodafone, Alianz, Doritos, Commonwealth Bank, NRMA  and many more.

Gem also starred in Puncture, an award-winning short film directed by Edward Lyons, about a self-reliant business woman who breaks down on a dark and isolated country road. 

Further film credits include the lead roles in Peanut Butter, a bittersweet family story about love, loss and hope which Gem wrote, Bathrooms and Bus Stops from Luna Wolf productions, and Maria from Metro Screen. 

Gem is also a transformational catalyst coach who delivers  pragmatic, transformational, psycho-spiritual, high performance coaching to upgrade leadership, business and life performance gracefully in a modern world.

She has supported elite executives, the ex-police, people with disabilities, and her fellow artists with transformational coaching. 

This experience informs her choices, allowing her to explore provocative material with both realism and respect.

Gem studied a Diploma of Acting in the Meisner Technique at the Actor’s Pulse between 2003 and 2006.