As an actress, Kylie has appeared in television programs such as The Gods of Wheat Street (ABC) and Redfern Now (ABC), films including Ace of Spades, Stone Bros and Sa Black Thing and theatre productions Black is the New White, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The White Divers of Broome, Wulamanayuwi & the Seven Pamanui, The Sapphires, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Muttacar Sorry Business, Romeo & Juliet, One Day in ‘67, King Hit, Aliwa and Booyi Koora Koora.
Kylie directed Windmill Baby as ‘Associate Artist’ at Belvoir Street Theatre, as well as ‘Don’t Ask What the Bird Look Like’ at Queensland Theatre for Queensland Premier’s Drama Award (2018-19). She served as assistant director on The Business (Belvoir), Beautiful One Day (Ilbijerri and Belvoir) and Amy Goes to Wadjemup (short film), and as co-artistic director for the large-scale Welcome To Country event as a part of the 2006 Perth International Arts Festival. Kylie co-wrote the short film Main Actors (ABC, 2006) and has translated selected Shakespearean sonnets into the Nyungar language for a performance at Shakespeare’s Globe in London as part of their ‘Globe to Globe’ festival (2012).
Her voice is featured on the animated series Little J and Big Cuz (NITV), the feature film Mystery Road (2013), and various radio and television commercials. Kylie hosts the children’s television program Waabiny Time (NITV) and is a past presenter of the Marngrook Footy Show (NITV). She delivered a TEDx talk in Manly (2014) to raise awareness of Indigenous languages in Australia and was a guest panelist on ABC’s Q&A ‘Shakespeare special’ (2016).