Charlotte Hazzard began acting in high school after she developed a great passion for the performing arts, particularly for the performing arts, particularly public speaking and drama. In high school she attained her Certificate of Communication from The Australian Speech Communication Association (ASCA). After high school she moved to Perth after being accepted into the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) acting course.
At WAAPA she played Lady Macbeth in John Sheady’s adaptation Blood Will Have Blood, Kitty in Anna Karenina Directed by Chris Edmund, Zoe in Nana directed by David Myles and Electra in Electra The Greeks directed by Tamara Cook. In her final year she travelled to Paris to study at Le Nationale Conservatoire Dramatique, the national acting school in Paris as part of an exchange program.
Since WAAPA Charlotte has returned to Sydney where she is actively pursuing her acting career. She performed in ATYP’s The Voices Project The One Sure Thing 2012. She has also appeared
in episodes of Packed to The Rafters and will also appear in Screentimes miniseries Anzac Girls next year. This year she was also fortunate enough to study with Patsy Rodenburg at the Michael Howard studios in New York.