Bethany Whitmore

Vitals

Gender
Female
Age Range
15 - 23
Height
168cm
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, Dancer, Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Voice Artist
Hair
Brown, Light Brown, Red, Brown(Honey)Blonde, Blonde, Auburn, Fair
Eye
Blue, Blue / Green, Green
Memberships
M.E.A.A

Agent

Acting Agent
Shanahan Management Pty Ltd
Phone

American Manager
Untitled Entertainment
Feature Photo
Bethany Whitmore
Feature Clip

Credits

Feature Film

2015
Greta (Lead)
Girl Asleep
Windmill Theatre Company
Rosemary Myers
2012
Jane Moochmore (Lead)
Mental
Zucker Productions, Universal Studios
PJ Hogan
2010
Katie
Summer Coda
Revival Film Company
Richard Gray
2009
Young Mary Daisy Dinkle (Lead Voice)
Mary and Max
Melodrama Pictures
Adam Elliot

Short Film

2017
Fan Girl
Teresa Palmer Video
Vogue Australia
Mark Webber
2016
Lead
MWAH
Nina Buxton
Nina Buxton (mentor Jocelyn Moorehouse)
2012
Stella - Lead
Stella & Smiley
Open Channel
Nicholas Pollock
2012
Pippa - Lead
Blackwood
Columbia University NYC
Natasha Johns-Messenger
2012
Sandra
The Summer Suit
Renegade Films
Rebecca Peniston-Bird
2010
Veronica Redding - Lead
Veronica Redding of the Wildflower Orphanage
VCA
Erica Calmeyer
2010
Girl - Lead
Mrs Bixby
VCA
Erika Calmeyer

Stage

2014
Mole
The Wind In The Willows
Stamford American Inter.
Jules Nicholson
2014
Minnie Fay
The Match Maker
Stamford American Inter.
Jules Nicholson
2013
Wendy
Peter Pan
Stamford American Inter.
Jules Nicholson
2009
Somebody
Somebody
St Martins Youth Theatre
2008
Trixie
Cat On Hot Tin Roof
Melbourne Theatre Company
Gail Edwards
2008
Allison
INKY
Complete Works Theatre Company
Jaquellin Low
2007
Marionette Puppeteer
Flibery Gibbet
St Martins Youth Arts Centre
Kelly Somes
2007
Young Christy
At the Hand of My Mother
Ward Acting Studio - New York
Wendy Ward

Television

2020
Olivia
5 Bedrooms
Hoodlum Productions
Fadia Abboud
2018
Melissa Hills (Lead)
The Family Law S3
Matchbox Pictures NBC Universal
Ben Chessell
2017
Blanche Gifford
Picnic at Hanging Rock
FOXTEL/Freemantle Media
Larysa Kondracki & Michael Rymer
2016
Melissa Hills
The Family Law S2
Matchbox Pictures NBC Universal
Ben Chessell
2015
Melissa Hills
The Family Law S1
Matchbox Pictures NBC Universal
Jonathan Brough
2011
Maddie Sommers
Winners and Losers
Seven Network
Pino Amenta
2010
Award Presenter
Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2010
APSA
APSA
2010
Oliver Fraser (Main Cast)
Killing Time
Fremantle Media/TV1
Ian Watson
2009
Featured School Girl
Thank God You're Here
Working Dog
Channel 7
2008
Sadie
RUSH
Southern Star Productions
Andrew Prowse
2008
Bethany
What Ever Happened To That Guy
Ruby Entertainment
Ted Emery
2007
Girl
Canal Road
Channel 9
Daniel Nettheim
2007
Jaden (main cast)
Starter Wife
3 Arts Entertainment & NBC Universal Television
Jon Avent
2007
Herself
Sounds of A(US)
Princess Pictures
Stuart McDonald
2006
Panellist - "Understanding 5's"
Rove Live
Roving Enterprises Pty Ltd
Peter Ots

Voice Over

2015
Singer
Holden
AJF Partnership
2008
Little Girl
Beyond
RMIT Animation
Shanti Tirta

Training

2020 - 2020
16th Street
Cody Fern Masterclass
From Page to Stage to Screen
2019 - 2019
The Actors Station - Les Chantery
Film & TV Screen Test Masterclass
Film & TV Screen Testing
2019 - 2019
Brave Studios
Comedy Master Class with Darren Gilshenan
Comedy - mechanics of great comedic acting
2018 - 2018
RADA - London
Acting Shakespeare
Acting with Shakespeare
2018 - 2019
Private - Anna McCrossin-Owen & Jenny Kent
General American & UK Accent
American Dialect Coaching
2018
MEAA
Mastersclass in Casting
Jean Bacharach
2018
Lisa Robertson Studio
Auditor - Scene Study, On-Camera Audition Technique
Lisa Robertson Acting
2017
MEAA
Master Class with Sue Brooks
Masterclass in Acting
2017
BRAVE Studios
Masterclass , Anna kokkinos
Bringing a Script to Life
2016
16th Street Actors Studio
Masterclass with Elizabeth Kemp
Masters Character Workshop

Skills & Attributes

Shoe Size
9
Clothing Size
Female - 6
Waist
63cm
Bra Size
D
Bust
80cm
Hip
78cm
Natural Accent
American, Australian, English, Sign Language
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Accents
American Standard, Australian, English, Southern
Languages
French
Hair Length
Messy, Past Shoulder, Shoulder Length, Long
Hair Style
Straight, Wavy
Instrumental
Piano / Keyboard
Dance
Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, Tap
Singing
Choir, Musical Theatre, Pop, Show
Singing Range
Mezzo Soprano
Sport
Horse Riding, Martial Arts, Swimming, Fishing, Pilates, Yoga
Professional Skills
Actor, Dancer, Musical Theatre, Prof. Singer, Voice Artist

Media

Public Media
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5:37
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1:29
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6:38
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6:48
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0:42

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Notes

PROUD MEMBER OF MEAA SINCE 2006 Finalist 2018 Heath Ledger Scholarship - Australians in Film Nominated Best Young Actor St Kilda Film Festival 2018 - MWAH Won MEAA Best Comedy Ensemble - The Family Law S2 - 2018 Nominated Best Actress: Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards 2017 - Girl Asleep Nominated Best Actress: Australian Film Critics Association Awards 2017 - Girl Asleep Won MEAA Best Comedy Ensemble - The Family Law S1 - 2017 Won 16th Street Young Actors Scholarship 2017 In 2018 Bethany worked on the final season of The Family Law, taking a more prominent role in S3 following her comedic portrayal of Melissa Hills in series 1 & 2. The Family Law is a comedy series for SBS TV penned by author Benjamin Law and produced by NBC Universal & Matchbox Pictures. Bethany also recently filmed the support role of Blanche Gifford in the much anticipated Fremantle Media remake of Picnic at Hanging Rock. She played the leading role of Greta Driscoll in the award-winning feature film Girl Asleep, an adaptation of the stage play of the same name, which showed in theatres around the world. Artistic Director of Adelaide’s prestigious Windmill Theatre Company, Rosemary Myers, directed this avant-garde piece for the screen.  Bethany was nominated for Best Actress for her emotional portrayal of Greta by the Film Critics Circle of Australia Award and the Australian Film Critics Association in 2017. Bethany’s feature film debut came with PJ Hogan’s Mental, opposite Toni Collette, Anthony LaPaglia, Liev Schreiber and Rebecca Gibney. At only six years old, she scored the role of Jaden in the US miniseries The Starter Wife, playing Debra Messing’s daughter. Following on from this, she voiced the eight-year-old Mary Daisy Dinkle in Mary and Max the animated feature film from Oscar-winning director Adam Elliot. Mary and Max debuted as the opening film at the Sundance Film Festival in. Bethany’s other screen credits include the award-winning shorts, MWAH, Blackwood, and; The Sound of A(US), Rush, Rove Live, Thank God You’re Here, Winners and Losers and a recurring role in Killing Time, opposite David Wenham. Bethany has studied drama at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, 16th Street, NIDA and St Martins Youth Theatre.  She has appeared in several short films and theatre productions, most notably Cat on a Hot Tin Roof for the Melbourne Theatre Company, INKY for Complete Works Theatre Company and At The Hand Of My Mother for the Ward Acting Studio - New York. WEBSITE: https://www.bethanywhitmore.com