Voice

Felicity Jurd

​Felicity Jurd made her television debut as a core cast member in JNP’s Land of Hope opposite Melita Jurisic and Drew Forsythe when she was eight years old.  Soon after, she made her recording debut in the ABC Radio play, Cyclone Tracey.

A third generation actress, she trained on the job with her family and later trained at atyp, Atlantic Theater Company in NY & LAMDA.

On stage, she is best known for her portrayal of May in I May Fly which toured Sydney, New York, London (2006 – 2008). Other credits incl; Sport for Jove’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (dir: Kim Hardwick), Chambres (dir: Laurie Foel) & The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other (dir: Michael Gow).

Felicity’s screen credits include; “THE DROVER’S WIFE” directed by Leah Purcell, “INTO THE SUNLIGHT” opposite Alan Flower & Paul Layton, “DUST” opposite Amanda Muggleton, written & directed by Christian Willis & “WAITING FOR GOD” written & directed by Rowan Devereux & co-starring Christian Willis & Charmaine Bingwa.

Felicity has recently wrapped filming on “Evicted – A Modern Romance” directed by Rowan Devereux & Sophie Saville (Feb 2021).

As a voice over artist, she has recorded radio commercial campaigns for Telstra, Flashmop, Holiday Inn, Sydney Symphony, Primo Ham, Canon Printers, Bedford Education and more. She played the roles of  Principal Duvall & Constable Fernandez in ABC ME’s new fiction podcast for children.

For a more complete CV, please see her Showcast CV below.

Felicity has been working as a coach on a brand new ABC TV show for children due to be released in early 2021. Felicity is currently on staff at many acting colleges in Sydney and offers private coaching services when she is not in the recording studio or on set for her own work.

Contact Info

Forum Performance Precinct,
Ground Level, Italian Forum,
30A/23 Norton street,
Leichhardt, NSW, 2040

+61 2 9310 4077

info@actorscentreaustralia.com.au

PO Box 361, Leichhardt NSW 2040

RTO Code: 45065
 

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