Bio

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Lelda’s passion for the arts was apparent from an early age- she began dancing when she was 3 years old.

Lelda completed a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. After graduating, Lelda performed the role of Lisa Houseman in the world premier production of Dirty Dancing, her work in the show earned her a Green Room Award nomination.

Since then, Lelda has performed in stage shows including Cats for the Really Useful company, Camelot for the Production Company and Romeo and Juliet for Essential Theatre. She ran the gauntlet of 5 plays in 5 weeks for 5Pound Theatre and played the role of Lydia in Spike Heels for Q44 Theatre Company. She is an experienced voice over artist, regularly recording radio and television commercials and had the thrill of working on the animated film Legend of the Guardian.

Lelda's screen work includes many short films. Highlights include LateNite film's award winning Flash, To the Heavens and Time Trap. She starred in the web series Sort Your S**t Out and can be seen in the independent feature film I am Evangeline. Lelda has appeared in many television commercials during her career.

As well as studying at WAAPA, Lelda completed the full time program at 16th Street and has participated in masterclasses conducted by Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn and acting master teacher Susan Batson. 

Lelda's training at the Improv Conspiracy ignited a love for comedy and all things spontaneous. She is excited to be joining the ensemble as a member of the Harold program.