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Pip Edwards

Pip is an actor, director, presenter, screen acting and audition coach, career and mindset coach, and facilitator. Pip has a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts (Acting) from NIDA & a Bachelor of Creative Arts (filmmaking, philosophy & arts law) from Melbourne Uni. She has completed training in mental health, business, NLP, somatic trauma coaching, and teaching.

Pip’s television credits include “ANZAC Girls”, “Paper Dolls”,  “Criminal Incident”, “Home & Away”, “Les Norton”, “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries”, “Wonderland” and “Forever Young”. Her film credits include “June Again”, “Carmen”, “Who’s That Boy”, and “A Few Less Men”, as well as numerous short films. Pip’s MainStage theatre credits include Beverly in “Abigail’s Party” and “Ghosts” with The Melbourne Theatre Company. Her presenting credits include “The Today Show Extra”, “The Naughty Rude Show” and “Chefs In The Raw.”

Pip has taught extensively throughout Australia and Internally. She runs a private coaching studio, ‘Pip Edwards Creative’, where she coaches and mentors actors for auditions, screen tests, and business/career/mindset coaching. Pip has coached many actors towards booking roles in film, television, and commercials, both nationally and internationally.

Pip is up-to-date with industry demands and understands the highs and lows of the craft. She is committed to ongoing training in a range of areas and has extensive training in both Australia and the US, including with Ivana Chubbuck, Larry Moss, and at SNL’s Upright Citizen’s Brigade Improvisation School in L.A. She has worked in casting and directing.

As a coach Pip is passionate, detailed, practical, and approachable. Her honest and direct approach helps actors break through barriers and achieve their best- in creative practice, and life.