Pip Edwards is a professional actor, filmmaker, acting/career coach, and entrepreneur.
As an actor, Pip’s television credits include Home & Away, Les Norton, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, ANZAC Girls, Wonderland and Forever Young. Her film credits include June Again, A Few Less Men, Little Black Dress, Who’s That Boy, upcoming feature films Carmen and Death Doula, as well as numerous short films and TVCs.
Theatre credits include Beverly in Abigail’s Party, and Regina in Ghosts (both with The Melbourne Theatre Company), as well as various productions with directors including Kip Williams, Imara Savage, Stephen Nicolazzo, Gale Edwards and Declan Greene. Voice work includes audiobooks such as Riptides.
Pip runs a private coaching studio Pip Edwards Creative, where she coaches and mentors actors for auditions, screen-tests, and business/career/mindset coaching. Through her studio, she has coached and filmed numerous actors towards booking roles in Australian and American Film and Television. She has also coached actors towards booking roles in professional theatre, on monologues to get into drama school, and in‘business success’ (such as ‘getting an agent’). She has directed numerous actor’s showreels and self-tape showreels.
Pip has taught extensively throughout Australia, at schools such as Actors Centre, NIDA, SAS, Sydney Film School, HUB Studio, Stagemilk, Screenwise and for MEAA to name a few.
Pip has a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts from NIDA and Bachelor of Creative Arts (Filmmaking/Arts Management/Law) from Melbourne University. She has completed further extensive training in both Australia and the US, including with coaches such as Ivana Chubbuck, Larry Moss, Margie Haber, Leslie Kahn and at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. Pip has also worked in casting and directing.