Brinley Meyer - AMY

Brinley Meyer's passion has always been in acting and performing in work that inspires and challenges. She has worked in Australia's theatre and independent film scene since 2002, and graduated from Actors Centre Australia in 2009.

Her film credits include: "Warzone" (finalist in the Paste Short Film Festival, Georgia, USA), "Coffee" (Directed by Denby Weller), and "Natural Selection" (Accolade Competition Short Film Winner 2009). In 2010 Brinley's love of language had her touring nationally with "Poetry in Action"'s youth theatre company.

On stage, Brinley's credits are extensive and include "The Maids" at the TAP Gallery, "Macbeth" at Sydney Fringe 2011, a role in the reworking of Beckett's "Not I" by emerging Sydney director, Kip Williams, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe" (also directed by Kip Williams for NIDA), and "The Importance of Being Earnest" (for which she was nominated for a Best Actress CAT Award in 2002).