Glenn Hazeldine

The actor Glenn Hazeldine joins Regina to dive deep into the craft, the psychology of acting and the importance of the Actors Benevolent Fund for the industry.
Glenn graduated from NIDA in 1994. Theatre work includes, for Sydney Theatre CompanyNo Pay?No Way!, Cosi, The Father (also MTC), Away (also Malthouse), Disgraced, Arcadia, Love and Information (also Malthouse), After Dinner, Perplex, Tot Mom, Elling, The Pig Iron People, Don’s Party (also MTC), Julius Caesar, Victory, Love For Love, Mongrels, Historia, Two Weeks With The Queen, Dead White Males (also national tour). For Ensemble Theatre Company: Sorting Out Rachel, Rapture Blister Burn, Face To Face, A Conversation (also Vic/NSW tour), Charitable Intent, Happiness, Managing Carmen, Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica (also national tour), Birthrights, Sanctuary, Rapture Blister Burn, The Ruby Sunrise, Tuesdays With Morrie (also national tour), A View From The Bridge, All My Sons, Ten Unknowns, Act One. For MerrigongLetters To Lindy (also national tour). For GriffinPorn.Cake, A Hoax (also La Boite)For Company B BelvoirThe Judas Kiss (also national tour)For B-Sharp BelvoirRhinoceros. For Wayne Harrison ProductionsStainless Steel Rat. For Bell Shakespeare CompanyAs You Like It (national tour)For Darlinghurst Theatre CompanyLawrence and Holloman, Every Second. For The Old FitzLast One Standing. For Marian St. TheatreLabour Day. For New England Theatre CompanyPrivate Lives (also national tour). 
Television appearances include House of Bond, A Place To Call Home, The Moodys, ANZAC Girls, Redfern Now 2, The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide To Knife Fighting, Tricky Business, All Saints, Blackjack, CNNNN, Corridors of Power, Stingers, Water Rats, Backberner, A Difficult Woman.
Glenn made his debut feature film appearance in the critically acclaimed Last Train To Freo. Other film credits include: Little Monsters, The Little Death, Dripping In Chocolate, The Last Time I Saw Michael Gregg (an experimental project directed by Steven Soderbergh) and the shorts The Mechanicals and My Mind’s Own Melody. 
Glenn was director of David Williamson’s One Night In Emerald City for the Corrilee Foundation at the Malthouse in Melbourne and Stories From The 428 at Sidetrack Theatre. He was assistant director of Charitable Intent (Ensemble Theatre) and Defending the Caveman (Ross Mollison Productions)
He tutored in Theatre Studies and taught Acting at the University of Newcastle from 2001-2003.
Glenn is a member of the MEAA, where he acts as Vice President of the NSW branch of Actors’ Equity. He sits on the National Performers Committee.
Since 2009 he has been a member of the management committee of the Actors Benevolent Fund of NSW, currently occupying the Deputy Chair position.
Since 2018 he has worked with the Sydney Theatre Company’s Philanthropy team as Special Events Officer.

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