... “A lot of my identity, especially as a kid, stems from being a triplet. I knew that when we were on set, that if I had an opinion about something or if felt something wasn’t right, I was always given the opportunity to say something.”. One of the biggest things that I admire about my mum, and one that I try to emulate, is her ability to set her mind on something and relentlessly pursue it until she achieves her goal. It’s scary admitting that you want to be an actor; there is massive competition for jobs. Together with my dad, she raised triplets and also my younger brother, who has the same energy as my brother, sister and I, combined.
How has your mum encouraged your journey towards becoming an actor? Try real drama, The two groups of people most vulnerable to dying from COVID-19, Beaches shut as authorities search for shark that killed Nick Slater on Gold Coast, Australian Caleb Ewan pipped at finish line of Stage 10 of the Tour de France, Michael Pascoe: China’s leader takes a turn for the particularly stupid… and ours is no better, The ‘highly sophisticated’ religious movement trying to brainwash Australians, Garry Linnell: Empathy is dead and it’s time for us peasants to make way for profits, Half-baked case to downplay coronavirus built on one big misunderstanding, Airlines want us on planes so badly they’re willing to pay for our funerals. I know that is weird. And how will this one finish? ANDREA: I guess because Bridie is a triplet, play acting was something she did with her brother and sister regularly when growing up.