Bridie McKim

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Bridie graduated from NIDA in 2018 and proceeded to become the first actor with a disability to play a lead role on Australian television. She played ‘Sabine’ in two seasons of The Heights, produced by Matchbox Pictures for the ABC. The Heights also aired on BBC1 in the UK. Her other television credits include Stan’s original Series Bump, Hulu’s Joe. Vs Carole and Netflix’s Dive Club. Bride also hosted the ABC’s television special Reframe. In 2020, she was named one CGA’s Rising Stars.

Bridie’s theatre credits include Downstairs Belvoir’s production of Tuesday, and Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of The Cherry Orchard. She has also starred in several short films including, Cinderella, for which she won Best Australian Actor at the Focus on Ability Film Festival, and Gimpsey, which earned her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Madrid International Film Festival.

In 2022, Bridie appeared in Peacock and Netflix’s new show Irreverent and stared in Stan’s new original film Christmas Ransom.
Bridie McKim