Ngoc Phan

Ngoc Phan

Ngoc is an actor and playwright based in Brisbane. Some of her theatre performances include The Mathematics of Longing and The Village (2018, La Boite Theatre), What I’m Here For (2018, Elbow Room), Dolores (2017, Anywhere Festival, Dir: Catarina Hebbard), The Village (2017, La Boite Theatre), Splendour (2017, Now Look Here, Metro Arts), A Streetcar Named Desire (2016, La Boite Theatre), The Motion of Light in Water (2015, Elbow Room), Hedonism’s Second Album (La Boite indie, Dir: Margi Brown-Ash) and After All This (2012, Elbow Room).

Some of her screen performances include Tidelands (2018, Netflix Australia/Hoodlum), Freudian Slip Web series (2018, Broken Head Productions), Australia Day (2016, Hoodlum/Foxtel), Pawno (2015, Toothless pictures), Schapelle (2014, Fremantle Media), Secrets and Lies (2013, Network Ten), Terra Nova (2011, Terra Nova Production), At World’s End (2009, New Holland Pictures), Sea Patrol (2008 Nine Network) and the AFI award-winning film The Black Balloon (2007, Dir: Elissa Down).

As a playwright, she was a participant in the Lotus Program by Playwriting Australia and Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (2014-2019) and was also an Artist-in-Residence at La Boite Theatre Company (2016 and 2018), where she worked on her first play, My Father who slept in a Zoo. Ngoc was also one of the writers on the web-series Un-Australian (2017, Essential Media, Writing Dir: Roger Monk).

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