Megan Drury

Vitals

Gender
Female
Age Range
28 - 38
Height
166cm
Base Location
Sydney
Available In
Melbourne, Sydney
Skills
Actor, Choreographer, Dancer, Director, Voice Artist, Writer, Singer
Hair
Dark Brown
Eye
Dark Brown
Memberships
M.E.A.A
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Agent

Acting Agent
Sophie Jermyn Management

Voice Agent
Sophie Jermyn Voices
Feature Photo
Megan Drury
Feature Clip

Credits

2019

Theatre
The Actress
A MIDNIGHT VISIT
Broad Encounters
Danielle Harvey
Stage
[Assistant Director]
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Short Film
Sharon
SAFE TO ASSUME
Conti Bros Films
Sandy McKellar
Short Film
Alison
LONESOME TOWN
Sugar Wolf
Bridget Harvey

2018

Feature Film
Dr. Amy Wintercraig
THE SCHOOL
Bronte Pictures
Storm Ashwood
Television
Captain Phoebe Colville
FIGHTING SEASON
Goalpost / Foxtel
Kate Woods / Ben C. Lucas
Theatre
The Actress
A MIDNIGHT VISIT
Broad Encounters
Danielle Harvey
Stage
Lady Macbeth
MACBETH
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Alonsa
THE TEMPEST
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Snout / Cobweb
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Short Film
Jane
TRANSFER
AFTRS
Peter Skinner

2016

Stage
Caius Cassius
JULIUS CAESAR
Sport For Jove
Michael Pigott
Stage
Lady Macbeth
MACBETH
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Proculeia
ANTONY & CLEOPATRA
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Rebecca
SWALLOW
National Theatre of Parramatta
Kate Champion

2015

Feature Film
Leah
MANNY LEWIS
Beyond Screen Production
Anthony Mir
Short Film
Susan
WHAT REMAINS
12:12 Project
JJ Winlove
Stage
Rachel / Diane
A PROPERTY OF THE CLAN
Don't Look Away
Phillip James Rouse
Stage
Lady Macbeth / Third Witch
MACBETH
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Sketch Comedy
Pregnant Woman
BUZZLES
Jungle
Trevor Clarence

2014

Stage
Olivia
TWELFTH NIGHT
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Mariana
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Television
Music Teacher
HIDING
ABC TV
Shawn Seet

2013

Short Film
Lena
WISHART
Big Ears Productions
Sam Petty
Short Film
Clare
FAKE EMPIRE
AFTRS
Peter Skinner
Stage
Anne
THE WORLD'S TINIEST MONKEY
Mayday Playwrights Festival
Augusta Supple

2012

Short Film
Joan
MATHILDA
SceneOn
Matthew Chuang
Stage
Olivia
TWELFTH NIGHT
Sport For Jove
Damien Ryan
Stage
Ensemble
COMEDY OF ERRORS
Sport For Jove
Terry Karabelas
Stage
Ensemble
THE TEMPEST
Sport For Jove
Matt Edgerton

2011

Short Film
Julia
ARE YOU AWAKE?
VCA
John Maloney

2010

Short Film
Sam
COMFORTABLE
Scope Red
Laura Dudgeon
Stage
Elizabeth Macquarie
MACQUARIE
Parramatta Riverside Theatres
Wayne Harrison
Television
Kylee Marshall
RESCUE SPECIAL OPS
Southern Star / Channel Nine
Shawn Seet
Television
Laura
PACKED TO THE RAFTERS
Seven Network
Lynn Hegarty
Television
Lee
COPS L.A.C.
Channel Nine
Geoff Bennett

2009

Feature Film
Russian Diamond
BRAILLE
Scope Red
Matthew Chuang
Short Film
Miriam
FALLEN
AFTRS
Mark-Alexander Hartwin
Stage
Virginia
RUBEN GUTHRIE
Company B
Wayne Blair
Stage
Lulu
TATTOO
Griffin Independent
Rochelle White
Television
Claudia Campanelli
UNDERBELLY III : THE GOLDEN MILE
Screentime / Channel Nine
Shawn Seet

2008

Stage
Virginia
RUBEN GUTHRIE
B Sharp
Wayne Blair
Stage
Lidia
TITANIC
Newtown Theatre
Jonathan Wald
Television
Britt Grey
HOME AND AWAY
Seven Network
David Gould
Television
Paula Griffin
ALL SAINTS
Seven Network
Jean-Pierre Mignon / Jet Wilkinson

2007

Feature Film
Karen
ACADEMY
Myersbock Enterprises
Gavin Youngs
Short Film
Maya Riki
WHOEVER YOU ARE
Bill Stepanoski
Bill Stepanoski
Stage
Chastity / Baby Idiott
LOVE'S TRIUMPH
Darlinghurst Theatre
Brendon McDonall

2006

Stage
Nadezda
FAMILY STORIES BELGRADE
New Theatre
Nicholas Pickard
Stage
Numerous
THE GOLDEN ASS
B Sharp
Michael Pigott

2005

Stage
Fool/Cordelia/Oswald
KING LEAR
Harlos Productions
Michael Pigott

2004

Stage
Cordelia / The Fool / Oswald
King Lear
Harlos Productions
Michael Pigott

2003

Feature Film
Work Experience Girl
YOU CAN'T STOP THE MURDERS
Big Mo Films
Anthony Mir

2002

Stage
Alice
CLOSER
The Street Theatre, Canberra
Lenore McGregor
Stage
Margeart/Jedda/Ms Lattimore
HATING ALISON ASHLEY
Theatre South
Des Davis

Training

2013 - 2013
16th Street Actors Studio
Larry Moss Masterclass
Acting
2011 - 2011
Lynette Sheldon Actors Studio
Stella Adler Technique
Acting
2002 - 2002
Australian Film Television and Radio School
Acting and Directing for Film
Acting / Directing
1998 - 2000
University Of Western Sydney, Nepean
BA Performance
Acting
1998 - 2014
Sydney Dance Company
Drop-in classes
Dance
1996 - 1997
Newtown High School for the Performing Arts
Selective Yrs 11 and 12 HSC
Drama and Dance

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
7.5
Clothing Size
Female - 6
Waist
66cm
Bra Size
B
Bust
84cm
Hip
89cm
Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Accents
American Standard, Australian, English, Irish, Russian, Scottish, Southern, Cockney
Hair Length
Long
Hair Style
Straight, Wavy
Instrumental
Guitar
Dance
Contemporary, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, R & B
Singing
Folk, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Pop
Singing Range
Alto
Sport
Soccer, Swimming, Yoga, Basketball, Netball, Pilates, Scuba Diving
Circus
Clown, Juggling
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor, Choreographer, Dancer, Director, Voice Artist, Writer, Singer

Media

Public Media
3:20

Photos


Notes

AWARDS THE SCHOOL Best Female Performance nomination, 2019 OxFlix Independent Film Awards SWALLOW Best Ensemble nomination, 2016 Sydney Theatre Awards WISHART Flicker Fest International Short Film Festival 2013 (Official Competition) ARE YOU AWAKE? Cockatoo Island Film Festival 2012 (Official Competition) MATHILDA Cockatoo Island Film Festival 2012 (Official Competition) Monster Fest 2012 (non-competitive) Fantasia International Film Festival 2012 (Silver Audience Award for Best Film) COMFORTABLE Cockatoo Island Film Festival 2012 (Official Competition) Dubbo Inland Film Festival 2012 (non-competitive) Dungog Film Festival 2012 (non-competitive) World of Women Travelling Film Festival 2012 (non-competitive) World of Women Film Festival 2012 (Best Australian Drama) Sydney Film Festival 2011 (Dendy Awards Finalist) REVIEWS THE SCHOOL - DR AMY WINTERCRAIG "Megan Drury is brilliant in the lead role. Conflicted, spookily irrationally composed, she gives Amy a calmness of exterior complemented with logical, measured decision making. The occasional contrasting outbursts of violent grief and loss draw the empathy of the viewer and immerse one even deeper in the weirdness around her. Drury helms the film with charismatic suffering and maternal strength of will as the mystery elements of the narrative overwhelm Amy and narrow her options." - Judith Greenaway, Sydney Arts Guide SWALLOW – REBECCA “Drury traces her character’s journey brilliantly as she discovers more and more of her own strength over the course of the play…” - Ben Neutze, Daily Review “Rebecca proves to be a complex character as we are slowly presented with different dimensions. Drury’s subtle reveals are captivating…” - Loredana Cross, Theatre Now “Drury’s Rebecca is a glorious study in festering nerves…” - Cassie Tongue, Time Out A PROPERTY OF THE CLAN – RACHEL / DIANE “Megan Drury is especially memorable in both her parts as Rachel and Diane. Her transformations from one to the other are fluently executed, and the balance she achieves between the divergent qualities of youth and gravity is beautifully measured.” - Suzy Wrong, Suzy Goes See “Megan Drury is excellent as both single mother Diane and high-scrupled schoolgirl, Rachel. Drury finds the truth and depth of both characters in carefully controlled reactions, beautifully timed delivery – and emotional veracity.” - Carol Wimmer, Stage Whispers “…fantastic performances… George Banders, Megan Drury, Jack Starkey-Gill and Samantha Young deserve the greatest accolades.” - Sean Maroney, The Music (themusic.com.au) TWELFTH NIGHT – OLIVIA “Megan Drury’s Olivia, cock-teasing, contemptuous, reckless, self-absorbed, has a flighty-film-star quality, like Blanchett… (or Wendy Hughes, indeed, indeed; like Wendy, always).” - Bob Ellis, Table Talk “Megan Drury’s Olivia made for high comedy in her self-indulgence” - Penny Gay, Reviewing Shakespeare “Megan Drury as Olivia performs with such energy and passion” - Jane Simmons, SOYP RUBEN GUTHRIE - VIRGINIA “Drury’s slow revelation of the black hole at the core of Virginia’s personality is exceptionally well done.” - Jason Blake, The Sun-Herald “…one of the performers who manages to transcend this is Megan Drury, as Ruben’s AA friend, a young woman who can express herself only in clichés but whose troubled love for Ruben is finally moving.” - John McCallum, The Australian “Excellent performances by Schmitz and Drury ensure that real pain is perceived behind the comedy.” - Mark Hopkins, The Sydney Morning Herald “…an impressive cast. Megan Drury provides a robust fragility in her portrayal of Virginia…” - Augusta Supple, Australian Stage Online MACQUARIE – MRS MACQUARIE “But for me this show was very much centred around Megan Drury’s Elizabeth Macquarie. Tender, intelligent, forthright and exquisite - there is something simply illuminating about Drury. She is elegant, powerful and poetic – a suite of adjectives, I know, but she is the ultimate Mrs Macquarie.” - Augusta Supple, augustasupple.com TITANIC - LIDIA “Outstanding in terms of connection were the performances of the doubtful siblings by Snow and Drury who came together in some of the most hilarious and moving scenes of the play.” - Brett Casben, Australian Stage Online LOVE’S TRIUMPH – CHASTITY / BABY IDIOTT “Megan Drury is sassy as Hoover’s country sidekick, “Baby” Idiott, just as she is convincingly sweet as Edwina’s daughter, Chastity (and with a good tongue for the verse).” - Martin Portus, Sydney Star Observer “… laudable cast boasts unforgettable performances from Gary Scale, Mark Owen Taylor and Megan Drury…” - Lloyd Bradford Syke, Australian Stage Online