Classically theatre trained, Belinda has received critical acclaim for her work on both the Sydney and Los Angeles stage, including two sell-out seasons as Elizabeth Proctor in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible (Sydney) and a sell-out season as Lainie in Lee Blessing’s Two Rooms (LA). The LA Weekly describing her performance in the later as “riveting”. Other stage roles include Michelle in Gordon Graham’s THE BOYS, Hero in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING and Mary in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD. Belinda was the face of BankWest Mastercard’s ‘Rebel’ campaign, starred as Jane in BRYAN BROWN’S Two Twisted TV series, and had a recurring role on Rescue: Special Ops. She most recently can be seen in CLINT EASTWOOD’s J. EDGAR; puts on some Southern charm in indie thriller EAST STACKTON; and can be heard voicing the ghosts of WWII San Diego for The Giskin Anomaly, an award winning tourism initiative. She was also the lead in Santa Monica fire brigade’s anti-texting campaign, which won both a Telly and an Indie Fest award last year. Belinda is currently mentoring Shakespeare to High School students in South LA, and trying to conquer the ukulele.
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