Bronwen Smith

Bronwen Smith

With a career spanning over two decades, Bronwen Smith is a seasoned actor whose work captivates audiences both on stage and screen.
 
On screen, Bronwen has explored a diverse range of roles, from the popular Netflix political drama “The Night Agent” to the fun-loving family feature film “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days”. Other recent favourite screen credits include “Re: Uniting”, “Superman & Lois”, “The Good Doctor”, “So Help Me Todd” and a collection of heartwarming Christmas movies.
 
Notable stage credits include performances in classics such as “The Cherry Orchard”, the politically relevant “A Bright Room Called Day”, and the emotionally charged “‘Night, Mother”. Bronwen was recognized in 2019 with a nomination for the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award for Outstanding Lead Performance by an Actress, for her riveting portrayal of “Zelda” in Aenigma Theatre’s production of “The How and the Why”.

Bronwen is also a nurturing mentor who delights in teaching and guiding budding actors on their journey. She serves as an inspiration for emerging talents, sharing her wisdom, support, and expertise to help them achieve their own artistic heights.

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