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Brenna Harding

Brenna made her theatre debut in Jumpy for Melbourne Theatre Company/Sydney Theatre Company directed by Pamela Rabe, and went on to perform in The Wolves for The Old Fitz Theatre directed by Jessica Arthur, soon to be remounted for Belvoir in 2019. Most recently, Brenna was seen in The Bleeding Tree and Almighty Sometimes, for Griffin Theatre Company. Brenna is best known for her role in the hit television series Puberty Blues. Her other television credits include Secret City, The Code (Series 2), My Place, Packed to the Rafters, A Place to Call Home and Netflix’s Black Mirror, directed by Jodie Foster. Brenna’s film credits include the short film Cockelshell, directed by Tony Ayres, which premiered at the 2012 Melbourne International Film Festival as part of the feature film collaboration, The Turning, based on the Tim Winton short story collection of the same name. In 2012, Brenna won the Logie for Most Popular New Female Talent, for her performance in Puberty Blues. She was also nominated for the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding New Talent and the AACTA Award for Best Young Actor. In 2018, Brenna was a Heath Ledger Scholarship finalist.

For more information and a link to tickets visit the official page for The Wolves.