Felicity Jurd is an actress and voice over artist represented by RGM Voices & EMS Actor Mgt.
She worked in film and television as a child in Australia and won a scholarship for her acting in 1993 at atyp. She made her television debut in JNP’s Land of Hope (1984) when she was 8 years old and her ABC Radio debut in Cyclone Tracey (1986) when she was 10. She has made many screen appearances including roles in A Country Practice, Home & Away, and the award winning UK film, Green Means Stop.
After finishing a degree in English Literature and French language, she moved to New York and trained at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York. She has most recently returned from nine years in London where she studied at LAMDA and worked in theatre, film, television, commercials & voice overs overs.
She is best known for her performance in I May Fly (Sydney, London, New York) which received outstanding critical reviews. The Stage London applauded her physical portrayal of all the ages of the character (age 4 - 80), whilst Time Out London noted her vocal ability for accents and comic timing.
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Felicity's Showcast CV
Theatre credits include; The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other (Sydney Festival, dir: Michael Gow), I May Fly (New York, London, Sydney), Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Sydney), The Vegemite Tales (West End), Strindberg’s Playing with Fire (dir: Anna Ostergren), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (London), Chambres (Belvoir St Downstairs, dir: Laurie Foell), Trust (dir: Robert Bella), Goldberg Street (Griffin/Stables dir: Lee Biolos).
TV & Film credits include; Home & Away, A Country Practice, Land of Hope, Green Means Stop, Trapped, Hunger, Outside, Great Expectations, Distance to Now, Love Online, The Horizon and Indigo Lake.
Voice Clients include; ITV, MTV, Tiger Aspect, King, ABC Radio, ABC TV & BBC4 London, Macmillan Publishing, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press. Recent voice work includes the award winning radio campaign "Translator" for ALDI Liquor by BMF Advertising. (Silver Siren for Best Overall Campaign & Gold for Best Radio Single commercial)
Coaching credits include; Acting & Dance Coach for the Young Simbas & Young Nalas on The Lion King (Au), The Engagement (dir: Kate Gaul), A Month in the Country (dir: Joseph Uchitel), Love & Honour at NIDA (dir: Priscilla Jackman), The Zoo Story (UTS). She recently worked a a narration advisor on the feature length documentary film, Care About Us, about global homelessness.
Felicity is currently on staff as a tutor at Actors Centre Australia, International Screen Academy, AIM, Conservatorium of Music & NIDA.
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