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Bronwyn Bradley


Since graduating from drama school Toi Whakaari in 1992, actor Bronwyn Bradley has enjoyed a prolific career in New Zealand theatre and television. Bradley's roles include Isla on The Pact — an anxious woman struggling with a parent's want for euthanasia — and her extended, award-nominated turn in Go Girls as Gwen, a mother living with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease. A frequent face on TV, Bradley acted in What Really Happened: Votes for Women (as suffragist Harriet Morison), Sweet Tooth (as the tactless Nancie), and comedy Mean Mums. Bradley is also a frequent acting tutor at various performing arts schools.

At 20 I didn't have much of a plan. It was mostly about surviving one day to the next. I can't say things have changed that much. I feel fortunate to be still getting a variety of work and to be working quite a lot with young people, which was not something I had planned but really enjoy. Bronwyn Bradley in an interview with The NZ Herald, 9 July 2019