Liv Richardson

Perth WA, Australia

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Biography

Liv is a Neurodiverse artist on the spectrum and with Synesthesia. She began her acting pursuits in the theatre, where she auditioned and was successful in being selected for the Wa Youth Theatre Company’s Youth Ensemble for 2015/16. Here Liv was mentored by WAYTCo’s Artistic Director Renato Fabretti, and received training from some of Perth’s most reputable and renowned professionals in the industry. She was cast as the lead role for the ensembles Fringe World Festival production “On the face Of Things." She also was elected as a member for the Youth Advisory Committee for the company in 2022.

Liv has trained in both theatre and screen, completing numerous master classes and courses that recently include; Perth Acting Centre (PAC) with Annie Murtagh - Monks, Director Peter Andrikidis, and with casting director Thea McLeod through The Australian Film and Television Academy (TAFTA.)

Her recent career highlights include; being cast in a project that is soon to be announced, playing the co lead opposite Mad Max’s ‘Goose’ Steve Bisley in ‘Same Time Monday.’ It was officially selected by The Revelation Film festival and was screened in theatres as a part of the festival run. Liv’s latest short where she played the lead in ‘Broken Promises’ written and directed by Sally Newman, was officially selected by the WA Made Film Festival and was screened to audiences in March 2022.

Liv was featured as a ‘rising creative’ in the first issue of Performers Connect Magazine, which is Australia’s first online industry magazine dedicated to showcasing Australia’s rising talent in the entertainment industry.

Liv is inspired by unique, diverse, intellectually stimulating, gender non conforming, and challenging roles. She enjoys exploring all avenues of the human psyche, and is fascinated by the many archetypal roles we all embody and play in life. Liv has a plethora of skills, and is a multidimensional artist. She has diverse accent abilities, expansive breadth of emotional range, and excels in character acting. She utilises Stanislavski and method techniques, as well as an integrated holistic approach to her craft. Liv is a hard working, empathetic, inclusive, inquisitive, person. Liv advocates for animal rights, women’s rights, youth mental health, and is an Ally of the LGBTQQIA+ community.

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