Height180cm/5'11" Bust86cm/34" B Waist61cm/24" Hips91cm/36" Dress32-34 EU/2-4 US/4-6 UK Shoe39 EU/8 US/6 UK HairBlonde EyesBlue
Location Australia

Teisha was born and raised in the outback-mining town of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. From the age of four Teisha trained to become a professional ballet dancer before she was a model - scouted at the age of 18. After competing in the national Girlfriend Magazine model search, Teisha’s modeling career saw her become the face of a number of high profile international and national advertising campaigns, including Volkswagen, Tourism Victoria and Triumph Lingerie.


With maturity, Teisha is passionate about promoting environmental causes including campaigns for the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, deforestation for the use of Palm Oil and disaster relief in Australia. Her environmental efforts have been recognized by numerous publications including The Age, InStyle Magazine, Green Magazine & Wellbeing Magazine just to name a few. Teisha has certainly proven herself as a savvy businesswoman, establishing her own company INDAH in 2008, which is now recognised globally as a favorite organic health and beauty brand.


Her first feature film debut in the Bollywood blockbuster “Salaam Namaste” which sparked her interest in film. Teisha went on to study television and broadcasting which helped her secure a co-host position on Channel 9’s “The Boat Show”.


Teisha has trained with some of finest drama schools and coaches in the world including Jeff Seymour, 16th Street, Melbourne Actor's Lab and Perdekamp Method (PEM). Her lead role in the short film “Adrift” enabled global recognition. 2018 is an exciting year for the actor/producer, establishing her own production company Spider Productions.


Always expanding her mind and body, Teisha enjoys progressive fitness which requires anatomical awareness biomechanical coordination and trains professionally in Krav Maga, a military self-defense and fighting system developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Israeli security forces.