Smac McCreanor is an Australian actress, dancer, comedian, choreographer, content creator and photographer based in Los Angeles.
Her creative career spans across 15+ years with appearances in TV series, international stage productions, cast in over 40 commercials, music videos and more though she is most fondly known for her comedic dancing and charisma as seen on So You Think You Can Dance S16 and social media.
In 2013 she claimed her first international role in the touring production of Dreamworks How To Train Your Dragon as the lead role "Astrid", featuring acrobatic stunts and dance. The world tour wrapped in Los Angeles which lead to an overnight decision to officially migrate from Australia to USA.
Smac's versatility has landed her numerous accomplishments in LA thus far including Guest Starring roles on the series "Liza on Demand," CBS's "Why Women Kill" and on AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead," in addition to booking over 40 commercials for top brands like Google, Honda, Sleepnumber, Hoover and more. Smac has also been featured as a dancer in many A-list music videos and TV dance work, co-directed and performed comedy sketch/improv shows at UCB/Second City Hollywood and has had her photography published in fashion magazines.
More recently Smac has become a quirky viral sensation with her creative approach to producing content. Her knack for video editing and off-beat delivery merged with her physical humour and Aussie charm has gained her over 1.5 million followers on TikTok, 126k on Instagram and 11k on Youtube. You can find her professionally-stupid, yet often viral videos on TIKTOK & INSTAGRAM as well as YOUTUBE/FACEBOOK/TWITTER @smacmccreanor
"She's like the lovechild of Emma Stone & Isla Fisher in the role of Lucille Ball"
Behind the camera she is a businesswoman and co-founder of The Billy Studio, a multi-set production studio space in downtown Los Angeles which she co-owns with her boyfriend, Ryan Conferido. You can find more information on The Billy Studio on IG & Peerspace.com!