Drew Livingston

Since graduating from the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2010 Drew has performed on stages all over the country.

He toured Australia in the multiple award-winning War Horse. He has played Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lord Amiens in As You Like It, Friar Lawrence and Peter in Romeo & Juliet, Antonio in The Tempest and Lignier in Cyrano De Bergerac all for Sport for Jove. His other Shakespeare credits include playing Fluellen in Bell Shakespeare’s award winning Henry V, for which he also composed the music, earning him his very own Sydney Theatre Award, and Martius in Titus Andronicus (Cry Havoc). At Ensemble theatre he played Stevie in Good People and the hapless Tristram Watson in Alan Aykbournes Taking Steps. He was also part of the cast in the highly-acclaimed Sydney Theatre Company’s Under Milk Wood. He has performed at the Sydney Opera House, playing ‘Terry’ inThe 52 Storey Treehouse and Babie Proms for CDP Theatre Producers.

On television Drew has appeared in Channel 9’s Tricky Business. Drew is an accomplished musician and composer, and has released an album of songs inspired by Shakespeare’s sonnets So Long Lives This in collaboration with his wife Naomi.