Aurèléa is an Australian stage & film actor based in New York City. Born in Melbourne, she grew up acting in theatre productions across Australia, as well touring internationally with her choir, the Young Voices of Melbourne. She is a recent graduate of the Acting Conservatory at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and has previously studied with the Howard Fine Acting Studio, the National Theatre Drama School and the Victorian Youth Theatre. Aurèléa is passionate about exciting and complex roles for woman and comic roles in theatre, film & TV, telling Queer stories and using art as a tool for social change. 

Aurèléa stars in Katrina Villarreal's latest film 'Hard Plastic'. The film has garnered accolades at film festivals internationally as well as in the US, with Aurèléa receiving 6 wins for Best Actress. 

Synopsis: After Jessica, a young girl, meets Will, a lustful teenage boy, at the park, she comes to discover how her body is really seen. This short explores how prevalent sex is in our society but how often it is suppressed and hidden from the public eye. It focuses on Jessica's awakening and deeply disturbing realization that her body is objectified and wanted purely for sexual pleasure. The film conveys the stark contrast between a pure and corrupted mind. 

Hard Plastic was recently live streamed as part of the Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival in the New Voices category. To watch the film please click the link via the adjacent poster. 



Voyage ATL Interview

Life & Work with Aurèléa


Lifoti Magazine

Aurèléa wins Best Actress at 2022 Rome International Film Awards. 


Model on a Mission Interview

Interview with actress Aurèléa


Teaser trailer for LEBLANC

Aurèléa stars as the female lead 'Blue' in the newest film directed by John Joseph and produced by McGregory Frederique. 


Broadway World Article

Aurèléa starred as Ariel in Stag & Lion Theatre Company's production of 'The Tempest' alongside Nicholas de Phares & Ben Beru. 


Adelaide Theatre Guide Review 

Aurèléa played the Parrot in 'The Conference of the Birds' which toured both the Adelaide & Melbourne Fringe Festivals and played at the Malthouse Theatre. 

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