Bridie Carter is a highly regarded and critically acclaimed actor, having worked extensively in television, film and theatre. She graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1994.
Bridie was most recently seen on our screens in the break out Australian/NZ TV drama 800 Words (Seven Network/South Pacific Pictures) playing the feisty and beloved ‘Jan Andrews’. Bridie’s television credits are numerous, but perhaps her best known role was for her depiction ‘Tess McLeod’ on the Nine Network drama series McLeod’s Daughters. This role saw her nominated twice for a Gold Logie and five times for a Silver Logie.Other television credits include It’s A Date, Wild Boys, Rescue Special Ops, My Husband My Killer, Going Home, Home & Away, Above The Law, All Saints, Murder Call, Water Rats and GP. She was also the winner of the 2007 Dancing with the Stars. Bridie recently featured in the Australian comedy feature film EMO the Musical.
Bridie’s other film credits include I Love You Too, alongside Brendan Cowell and Peter Hellier and Envy and Fresh Air. Some of Bridie’s short film credits include Nostalgia, Skin, The Things My Father Never Taught Me and Ragtime.
On stage Bridie was most recently seen in Hedda for Queensland Theatre in 2018 playing Thea Elvsted and playing leading lady Blanche Dubois in A Street Car Named Desire for La Boite Theatre. Other theatre credits include Love Letters (Ripe Productions and NIDA Theatre Company), No Names….No Pack Drill (NIDA Company), Lockie Leonard Human Torpedo (Ensemble Theatre) and Communicating Doors (Marion St Theatre).
Bridie also works as a Voice Over Artist, has been National and International Ambassador for many companies including Lazboy (Australasia), EziBuy (Australia/NZ), Subaru (Australia) and Dymetapp (Australia).