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Tiarnie Coupland (Born 16 April 1997) is an Australian actress, model and singer. She has appeared in numerous films, TV series, short films, TV commercials and theatre productions.
On 23 January 2015 Coupland released her debut song "Focus".
Coupland was nominated for a Logie Award for Best New Talent in 2017 for her role as Maggie in Love Child .
The 59th Annual TV Week Logie Awards were held on Sunday 23 April 2017 at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne, and broadcast live on the Nine Network. Public voting for the Best Award categories began on 20 November 2016 and ended on 18 December 2016.
Love Child was an Australian television drama program that follows the lives of staff and residents of the fictional Kings Cross Hospital and Stanton House in Sydney, starting in 1969 and continuing into the 1970s.
Coupland is signed to modeling agency IMG Models.In 2017, she was selected to be the face of Sportsgirl's "Urban Folk" collection, and jewellery retailer Jan Logan's "Amavi" collection.
A modeling agency is a company that represents fashion models, to work for the fashion industry. These agencies earn their income via commission, usually from the deal they make with the model and/or the head agency.
IMG Models is an international modeling agency operating in New York City, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Milan, and Sydney. It is a subsidiary of the talent management company International Management Group. The company merged with William Morris Endeavor in 2013. The agency is best known for acquiring and representing top models and managing their careers as comparable to entertainers.
Sportsgirl is an Australian women's clothing chain, owned and operated by the Sussan Retail Group.
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|2012||Kiss of the Damned||Young Mimi|
|2016||Killing Ground||Em Baker|
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|2014||Worst Year of My Life Again||Maddy Kent|
|2009||Franswa Sharl||Kylie Logan|
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