Harvey Zielinski

Vitals

Gender
Male
Age Range
20 - 30
Height
179cm
Base Location
Melbourne
Available In
Adelaide, Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Christchurch, Dunedin, Gold Coast, International, Melbourne, Northern Territory, Perth, Queenstown, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills
Actor
Hair
Brown(Honey)Blonde
Eye
Blue
Memberships
M.E.A.A
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Agent

Australian Agent
Mollison Keightley Management

American Manager
Grandview
Phone
Feature Photo
Harvey Zielinski
Feature Clip

Credits

2020

Voice Over
*Voice Over Artist
Watching (audio play)
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre
Ella Caldwell
Voice Over
Voice Over Artist
NAB - Story of Progress
NAB
Clemenger BBDO Ltd
Voice Over
Narrator
Honeybee by Craig Silvey
Wavesound
Justine Sloane Lees
Television
*Harvey
Why Are You Like This?
ABC
Jessie Oldfield & Adam Murfet
Theatre
Performer
Gender Euphoria
Mardi Gras Festival - Seymour Centre
Co-creators Mama Alto/Maude Davey

2019

Theatre
Performer
Gender Euphoria
Melbourne International Arts Festival - Arts Centre Melbourne
Co-creators Mama Alto and Maude Davey
Television
Abel
Don't Look Deeper
New Form/30 Ninjas
Catherine Hardwicke
Feature Film
*Officer Jones
My First Summer
Found Pictures
Katie Found
Television
Pharmabarn Delivery Person
Get Krack!n S2
ABC Network
Antje Kulpe
Theatre
Performer
Gender Euphoria
Midsumma Festival - Arts Centre Melbourne
Co-creators Mama Alto/Maude Davey

2018

Feature Film
*Lee
Some Happy Day
Soup Kitchen Productions
Catherine Hill
Stage
George Holly
Suddenly Last Summer
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre/Little Ones Theatre
Stephen Nicolazzo
Stage
Josh
The Antipodes
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre
Ella Caldwell
Stage
Assistant Director
Right Now
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre
Katy Maudlin
Stage
Max
Hir
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre
Daniel Clarke

2017

Stage
Director/ensemble member
I Will Not Be Here Long
National Theatre DS 2017 Graduates
Harvey Zielinski
Stage
Phaeton, Erysichthon, Hades, Zeus
Metamorphoses
National Theatre Drama School
Trent Baker
Stage
Co-collaborator
The Fly (development preview)
Arts Cente Melbourne
Kerith Manderson-Galvin

2016

Stage
Ensemble
186,000
MKA: Theatre of New Writing
Kerith Manderson-Galvin
Television
Harvey Zielinski (interview)
You Can't Ask That
ABC Network

2015

Short Film
Sam
Coming Home
MOFILMS
Summer Deroche
Television
Chris
Starting From...Now! Seasons 4/5
Common Language Films
Julie Kalceff

2014

Stage
Ensemble
Quills
Mockingbird Theatre Company
Chris Baldock

2013

Feature Film
Coal
Zoe.Misplaced
Stylish Lullaby Productions
Mekelle Mills
Stage
The Boy
All War is Deception
Melbourne Fringe Festival
Daniel Bowden

2012

Short Film
Lead
Glass
Matt Kelada
Stage
Lead
The Farce of Sodom
Adelaide Fringe Festival
Stephen Warren

2009

Stage
Solo show
Death Notice
The Blue Room
Harvey Zielinski
Stage
Solo show
Death Notice
PICA
Harvey Zielinski
Stage
Lead
Othello
Upstart Theatre Company
Jo Lamont
Stage
Ensemble
Life of Galileo
West Australian Youth Theatre Company
Garreth Bradshaw

Training

2019
Lisa Robertson Studio
Lisa Robertson MEAA masterclass
Acting
2019
Howard Fine Studio
Howard Fine and David Coury Masterclass
Acting
2019
Lisa Robertson Studio LA
Weekly Scene Study
Acting
2019*
HB Studio NYC
Uta Hagen Summer Intensive
Acting
2015 - 2017
National Theatre Drama School
Advanced Diploma of Acting
Acting
2010 - 2011
The Actors Studio
Foundation Program
Acting
2010
Acting World
Mechanics of Emotion - Chekhov
Chekhov methodology
2009
Perth Actors Collective
Screen Acting 1
Acting for screen
2008 - 2010
James Hagan Private Tuition
Voice and Acting
2005 - 2007
Actors Management
Advanced Film and TV
Film and TV
2004 - 2008
John Curtin College of the Arts
Drama Studies
Acting
2002 - 2004
New Faces Dramatic Arts
Acting for stage
Acting
1999 - 2002
Shine Performance School
Acting for stage
Acting

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
9
Clothing Size
Male - M
Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Accents
American Standard, Australian, Brooklyn, Cockney, East Coast American, English, German, Irish, Mid Western, New Zealand, Russian, Scottish, South Western, Southern, West Coast American
Hair Length
Short
Hair Style
Wavy
Singing
Contemporary
Singing Range
Baritone
Sport
Horse Jumping, Horse Riding, Yoga
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor

Media

Public Media
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Notes

Harvey Zielinski is a transgender actor (he/him) based in Melbourne, Australia. He is represented by Mollison Keightley Management in Australia and Grandview in L.A. He holds O1 Visa status for the U.S.A. Harvey grew up in semi-rural Western Australia on an 11-acre property with his five siblings and began acting at eight years old. Harvey graduated from The National Theatre Drama School in 2017, as their 2017 Cybec Foundation Scholarship recipient. Harvey was the Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre graduate ensemble member for 2018, performing there in Taylor Mac’s Hir (Dir: Daniel Clarke), Annie Baker’s The Antipodes (Dir: Ella Caldwell) and Tennessee Williams’ Suddenly Last Summer (Dir: Stephen Nicolazzo). Also in 2018, Harvey won a Casting Guild of Australia Rising Star Award and was a Heath Ledger Scholarship top ten finalist. Harvey plays series lead Abel in the Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight) directed U.S sci-fi series, Don't Look Deeper, for Quibi, opposite Don Cheadle, Helena Howard, and Emily Mortimer. Don't Look Deeper premiered on July 27th 2020, and season one is available on Quibi.  Harvey's upcoming releases include Why Are You Like This (ABC), My First Summer (FF, Katie Found) and Some Happy Day (FF, Catherine Hill). Other credits include the narration for Honeybee by Craig Silvey (Jasper Jones), Gender Euphoria (Mardi Gras Festival, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Midsumma Festival), Get Krack!n S2 (ABC, Kate McLennan/Kate McCartney) ground-breaking documentary series You Can’t Ask That (ABC), and Starting From…Now! (SBS/web, Dir: Julie Kalceff, over 100 million views worldwide).  Outside of acting, Harvey writes, and his first feature length screenplay has received development funding from the ABC's Fresh Start Fund.  Harvey’s life’s work and passion is acting; he is rapidly forming part of the ever-improving representation of transgender characters and stories and is a public advocate for the continuation of this work. “A joy to watch” – Time Out “His performance is remarkably complicated…” – KeithGow.com Adorable and relatable…” – Daily Review “Exceptional…” – Cinema Australia “Achingly vulnerable…” – The Age “Infinitely wise…” – The Australian “Remarkable work…” – Australian Arts Review “A dignified performance with heart and dimension” – Theatre Press “Zielinski hovers quite perfectly between confidence and uncertainty” – In Review www.harveykzielinski.com