ABOUT ME

Nerida Bronwen is an Australian Stage and Screen Actress best known for her work on Deadly Women, Award winning short 'Lowering Awareness', webseries 'Wingman', and Aussie TV series '600 Bottles of Wine', which after airing on Australian Television on 10 Peach was picked up by Netflix (ANZ). It also aired worldwide on BBC Three in the UK, and platforms in Canada, Finland and NZ. Nerida has also had a successful commercial career, having been in many Australian National commercials that have aired all over the world including: McDonalds, Telstra, Westpac, Red Rooster, VW, Mountain Dew and more. 

Stage-wise she has been in performances of Bertolt Brecht's 'The Caucasian Chalk Circle', Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting for Godot', John Patrick Shanley's 'Danny and the Deep Blue Sea' to name a few. She returned to stage playing pivotal character Audrey in 2022 in the Australian play 'Dead Skin' written by Laneikka Denne in it's Los Angeles Premiere. 

During the Pandemic, Nerida added Voice Over artist to her list of skills. Her keen ability in accents and vocal range serving her well, she created a high quality recording studio in her home. She has already booked multiple performance based podcasts and a Kids Feature; coming soon.

Nerida knew she wanted to be an actress by the age of 4. She holds a Bachelor of Creative arts in Performance Drama from Wesley Institute (formerly named) in Sydney, and has further trained with renowned coaches Larry Moss, Anthony Brandon Wong, Margie Haber, Suzie Steen, Chris Holder, The Second City in Hollywood, Rob Hahn for dialect, Dave Boat for VO and the late Elizabeth Kemp to name a few. Nerida also had the privilege of working with renowned voice and dialect coach; Rowena Balos, for many years until her passing towards the end of 2018. 

Nerida made the move to Los Angeles in July 2017. 

Apart from Acting, Nerida is an avid runner, writer, producer and singer. She holds a black belt in American Kempo Karate and is also an Award Winning Painter! Nerida plans to study counselling and psychology to help children, particularly young females, with ADHD and Autism. Diagnosed with ADHD at 7 years old, Nerida is very outspoken on the topic and works to raise awareness and understanding for Neurodivergent persons.