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Kylie Bracknell

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Gender: Female
Age Range: 26 - 38
Height: 164cm
Base Location: Perth
Available In: Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Christchurch, International, Melbourne, Northern Territory, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills: Actor, Director, Model, Presenter, Voice Artist
Hair: Brown
Eye: Dark Brown
Ethnicity: Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander, Chinese
Memberships: M.E.A.A




2017 Mum Finch Production Company, Sean Kruck
2013 Self Showrunner Productions
2008 Hero Girl 303 Group
2007 Scooter Girl 303 Group
2006 B Girl Marketforce

Feature Film

2014 Denice Independent Film, Maryanne Paterson
2007 Donna Media World Pictures, Richard J Frankland
2003 Sexy Girl Soul Films, Martin Wilson


2007 Jill BBC Radio, David Britton
2007 Anchor 6EBA World Radio

Short Film

2011 Annie Inkubator Films, Dennis Simmons
2006 Director's Assistant ScreenWest/FTI/ABC, Kyle Morrison
2004 Bev Artemis International, Debbie Gittens
2004 Crystal Core Films, Rima Tamou


2017 Rose Jones Sydney Theatre, Paige Rattray
2016 Mother-in-law & Bandit National Theatre of China & Black Swan State Theatre, Dr Wang Xiaoying
2014 Various
2013 Various National Play Festival, Leah Purcell
2013 Wulamanayuwi Darwin Festival, Eamon Flack
2012 Various Riverside Theatres, Saskia Smith
2012 Daisy Black Swan State Theatre Company, Kate Cherry
2010 Kay McCrae Company B & Black Swan, Wesley Enoch
2010 Female Cast STADEFRANCE Live Events, Alexandre Archimbaud
2009 Chelsea Yirra Yaakin, Kyle Morrison
2009 Hermia Shakespeare WA, Paige Newmark
2008 Juliet Australian Shakespeare Company, Glen Elston
2006 Co-Director/Performer Perth International Arts Festival, Yirra Yaakin Theatre
2004 Ivy STC/Yirra Yaakin, David Milroy


2016 Guest Panelist ABC
2013 Lena ABC, Beck Cole
2012 Jamie Every Cloud Productions, Wayne Blair
2011 Presenter L'unica Productions, Cath Trimboli
2011 Performer Great Big Events
2010 Guest Panel Member Toombak Productions, Grant Hansen
2009 Presenter L'unica Productions, Cath Trimboli
2009 Presenter NITV
2008 Presenter Toombak Productions, Grant Hansen
2008 Presenter NITV


2016 Rachel Rockling NITV, Adam Manovic
2010 Presenter Kulbardi Productions, Ash Sillifant
2004 Female Lead Siamese Films, Merlin Eden
2003 Mother 21 CC Broadcast Productions

Voice Over

2018 Ally Ned Lander Media, Bec Cole
2016 Female Announcer Sound Reservoir
2016 Ally Ned Lander Media, Tony Thorne
2014 Narrator WA Health and Disability Services Complaints Office, Jenni Rosenberg
2013 Female Announcer Aboriginal Health Council of WA, Nova 93.7 Creative
2013 Police Officer Bunya Productions, Ivan Sen
2008 Wendy General Practice Victoria, Graeme Fletcher

Corporate Work

2017 Master of Ceremonies Wirrpanda Foundation, Lisa Cunningham
2016 Master of Ceremonies Wirrpanda Foundation, Lisa Cunningham
2015 Master of Ceremonies Wirrpanda Foundation, Lisa Cunningham
2009 Master of Ceremonies Local Government, Bev Webb
2008 Master of Ceremonies Yirra Yaakin, Sam Cook/Michelle White
2008 Master of Ceremonies LGMA, Bev Webb
2006 Co-Master of Ceremonies WAITOC, Angelique Fransen


2014 Self , Florencia Jacovella


2019 Associate Director Hit Productions, Tony Briggs
2018 Director Queensland Theatre
2015 Rehearsal Director Ilbijerri Theatre
2013 Acting & Script Coach Ilbijerri Theatre, Eamon Flack
2011 Assistant Director Belvoir, Cristabel Sved
2011 Director Belvoir

Training & Additional Notes

(FKA Kylie Farmer)

Theatre Reviews - 


“...contrasting with the broader and excellently goofier performances by Kylie Bracknell and Anthony Taufa as Charlotte’s sister and her brother-in-law.”
- Cassie Tongue, The Guardian.

"Charlotte is much closer to her mother in temperament and personality, whereas Rose is the strident anti Colonial clone of her father, and Kylie Bracknell let's it rip as the fashionista with a racial purity agenda."
- Richard Cotter, Australian Stage.


"Kylie Farmer performed the Mother-In-Law role to comic perfection." 
- Mariyon Slany, ArtsHub. 

"I especially enjoyed Kylie Farmer and Steve Turner’s characterisations." 
- Susie Conte, Perth Arts Live.

"All performances are strong, although I was particularly struck by Caitlin Beresford-Ord’s haughty Governor’s wife, Adam Booth’s determined but incompetent Iron Shirt, Kylie Farmer’s bossy Mother-In-Law and Luke Hewitt’s pompous Fat Prince and unscrupulous lawyer." 
- Kimberley Shaw, Stage Whispers.


"Kenneth Moraleda as the amusing tender Bin, Jo Morris as plucky Regina the Melbourne reporter, and Kylie Farmer as sweet Daisy, gave particularly exceptional performances.
- Courtney J. Pascoe, Aussie Theatre.


"Kylie Farmer is excellent in the least showy of the central roles, partnering well with Kenneth Ransom's handsome American soldier."
- Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald.
Shoe Size: 7.5
Clothing Size: Female - 8
Waist: 70cm
Bra Size: A
Bust: 86cm
Hip: 97cm
Natural Accent: Australian
Accent Skills: Aboriginal, English, French, Australian, American Standard
Voice Style: Animation, Straight, Radio/TV Promo, Voice Acting, Corporate, Phone Message, Promo
Languages: Aboriginal Language Family
Hair Length: Past Shoulder
Hair Style: Straight, Wavy
Dance: Aboriginal
Singing: Pop, Show, Contemporary
Sport & Athletic: Netball, Swimming, Basketball, Martial Arts
Drivers Licence: Car
Types Of Model Work: Commercial, Promotional
Voice Style: Animation, Straight, Radio/TV Promo, Voice Acting, Corporate, Phone Message, Promo

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Activities & Societies

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