Belinda Gosbee

Belinda Gosbee has appeared in Eastwood's J. Edgar, as the lead in festival thriller East Stackton, & can be heard voicing WWII San Diego for The Giskin Anomaly, an award winning tourism initiative. She was the lead in Santa Monica Fire Brigade's 'anti-text' ad, which won both a Telly and Indie Fest award, & has been nominated as Best Actress at the Toscar's Film Fest in Hollywood for three consecutive years.

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Gosbee was first seen as the national face of BankWest Mastercard, followed by a break out role in Bryan Brown's hugely successful Two Twisted TV series opposite Brown and Peta Wilson. From here she appeared in several acclaimed short films, & in a recurring role on the TV show, Rescue: Special Ops.

Classically theatre trained, she has received critical acclaim for her work on both the Sydney and LA stage, incl two sell-out seasons as Elizabeth Proctor in Arthur Miller's The Crucible (Syd) & a sell-out season as Lainie in Lee Blessing's Two Rooms (LA), which she self-produced. The LA Weekly describing her performance as riveting.

Belinda is a voice over artist & fanatical snowboarder, with a BA Communications in TV Journalism. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA.

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