Biddy O’Loughlin is a writer, actor, comedian and filmmaker from Alice Springs, Central Australia.
She put on her first full length play at 18, as an amateur production at her local theatre.
It sold out and the show was given a second run.
In 2011 she wrote, produced and performed a solo show called ‘The Girl Who Thought She Was Irish’ at the Edinburgh International Arts Festival.
In 2012, she put on a second solo show, ‘Funny Rabbit’, at the Melbourne Fringe.
Biddy graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2015 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television.
Her thesis film, a satirical western called ‘Ten Thousand’, earned her a Silver Screen Young Director Award in France, June 2016.
Her left elbow has appeared in a Heinz Soup Commercial.