Ursula Yovich
Actor / Creative
Creative

Bio

Ursula is the writer/performer of works including Magpie Blues, The Man With the Iron Neck and Barbara and the Camp Dogs, the work Ursula starred in and co-wrote with Alana Valentine, which premiered at Belvoir and was nominated for an AWGIE award. In 2016, she was the recipient of the 2016 Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright’s Award and in 2018, she will direct a development of The Fever and the Fret for the Ensemble Theatre.

Ursula is the voice of ‘Levi’ in the NITV/SBS children’s animated TV series, Little J & Big Cuz, on which she is also a writer, as well as a multi-award-winning actor of stage and screen with film credits, including Wayne Blair’s Top End Wedding, Baz Luhrmann’s Australia, Ivan Sen’s Goldstone and Ray Lawrence’s Jindabyne. Small screen credits include The Code, Devil’s Dust, Redfern Now, The Gods of Wheat Street and most recently, the third series of Wanted. Since making her theatre debut at Belvoir, Ursula has worked for all the major main stage theatre companies, and for nearly a decade between 2008 and 2017, Ursula intermittently toured Australia and internationally with the musicians of Black Arm Band.

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