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Biddy O'Loughlin



The Shed



Bert and the Bearded Dragon

Ten Thousand

A Zombie Took My Dingo



"A breathtaking performance from O'Loughlin. A risky triumph for the festival. If you're not easily offended, Biddy's worth listening to. Just don't bring your mother."

She has that special something that cannot be learned... a little like how I imagine Dylan first struck people at those early open mics in New York City."

"I could have happily spent a day listening to her."

Out To Lunch Theatre Festival, 

Belfast 2012

Lach's Antihoot, 

Edinburgh Fringe 2011


Edinburgh Fringe 2011

In The Press


Biddy O’Loughlin is a writer, actor, singer and filmmaker from Alice Springs. 

Biddy wrote a full length musical at 17 and put it on as an amateur production at her local theatre. The show sold out and was given a second run. 

In 2011 she wrote, produced and performed a solo show, The Girl Who Thought She Was Irish, at the Edinburgh International Arts Festival. The show travelled to Belfast, Geneva, Galway, Dublin, Limerick, London and Montreal.


In 2012, Biddy wrote a second solo show, Funny Rabbit, for the Melbourne Fringe. It went nowhere.  

Biddy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television from the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne. 

After receiving the Lionel Gell Scholarship for excellence from the VCA in 2014, $10,000 became the budget for Biddy’s thesis short – and the price in pounds on her Bandito’s head. A Western called Ten Thousand, the film earned Biddy a Young Director Award in France, 2016.

In 2017, Biddy was accepted into the Conservatory Program at The Second City Hollywood. 

Her left elbow has appeared in a Heinz Soup Commercial.

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