Belinda Campbell


Belinda is an actor, writer, director and drama teacher. Trained at National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (2008, NZ). Her studies have included: extensive training in Speech & Drama from Trinity College London, Alexander Technique, screen acting, singing, dance and Tai Chi. She received Distinction from Trinity College for her LTCL in Performing Speech & Drama (2012).

Belinda has performed in over twenty five plays and musicals, a number of television commercials and short films. Recent stage acting credits include: Bombshells, Outside In, Hero's guide to Saving the Planet, Macbeth, Fairy Tale News, Cosi and The Bookworm.

​Co-founder of wit incorporated theatre company (2014), she remains Artistic Director there and teaches a children's drama program, Wit Kids. As well as performing in the company, she has directed A Scandal in the Weimar and Couch Potato.

She has written five plays, which have been performed in Melbourne (including at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festival).

​Her plays Fairy Tale News and A Hero’s Guide to Saving the Planet have since been published by Australian Plays, and her poetry by Blackmail Press.

A passionate activist for the environment, Belinda takes part in Plastic Free July, Take2 and environmental events such as the plastic bag ban. Her environmental superhero play A Hero’s Guide to Saving the Planet received a Sustainable Living Grant from Maribyrnong City Council for its 2018 remount.

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