Estelle Halabi was born in Geneva, Switzerland and raised in a small town in France. She attended the International School of Geneva where she immersed herself in her Lebanese culture.
In 2013 she moved to Australia and pursued her passion for acting, completing an Advanced Diploma in Acting at the London School of Dramatic Arts in 2019. After completing this, she decided to expand her knowledge and applied to ACA.
The shows she has performed in during her time at ACA include Emma in A Moment on The Lips (dir. Claudia Barrie), Celia in As You Like It (dir. Adam Cook), Dolly in Anna Karenina (dir. Clara Voda), Yelena in Uncle Vanya (dir. Inga Romanstova), Zoya in Ruben Guthrie (dir. Troy Harrison), and various roles in Love and Information (dir. Alexander Berlage).
Estelle also jumped at the opportunity to create her own work and directed The Treatment by Martin Crimp. During this time, she learnt valuable lessons for future projects. Estelle has blossomed to be a passionate and resilient actor. She is eager to be a
part of the industry and to create work that represents her Mediterranean and European background.