Bridget Neval Net Worth

Bridget Neval was born on February 13, 1985, is Actress. Born in India, brought up in Canada, and moving to Australia in her early teens, Bridget is best known to Australian and UK audiences for her role of "Lana Crawford" in Neighbours, where she had the controversial task of playing the show's first openly gay character.It marked a huge change from her earlier work in children's television, most notably playing "Elizabeth Hawke" in Series I & II of the award-winning Wicked Science and "Reine Davidson" in Guinevere Jones. Bridget's other screen roles include "Jess" in Mercury, "Amber" in Kath and Kim and "Anne Windele" in Ken's Bad Day.On stage, she has played "Madeline Fleming" in The 24 Hour Window, "Abigail" in The Crucible and "Peppermint Patty" in You're A Good Man Charlie Brown and "Amelia" in Chasing Pegasus - A Play In Ten Chords.Bridget has just completed filming the role of "The Banshee" in the Australian independent feature film of the same name - The Banshee
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day February 13, 1985
Birth Sign Pisces
Spouse(s) Amos Phillips (m. 2011)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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This was the first role in which Neval was a main cast member. She played Reine Davidson, the nemesis of protagonist Guinevere Jones and her friends. There were 2 seasons of this program with a total of 26 episodes filmed all of which first aired in 2002


She also portrays teenage genius Elizabeth Hawke (lead role) in Wicked Science (2003–2005), an Australian-produced children's series. In the series Elizabeth Hawke and Toby Johnson became geniuses after a science experiment went wrong. Elizabeth had previously been a quiet nerd but she uses her new-found intelligence for evil, making her the villain of the program. Only fellow genius Toby can stop her from hurting innocent people. The first series of Wicked Science won 2004 AFI Award for Best Children's Television Drama. First season was produced in 2002–2003 and the second in 2004–2005.


Neval played Lana Crawford in Neighbours (2004–05) who was the series' first lesbian character.


Performed as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, the play opened on 3 October 2006. Written and directed by Sally McLean, Chasing Pegasus focuses on a night in the lives of ten members of the Serendipity Book Club. Bridget plays the role of Amelia, a sixteen-year-old.


Filmed in 2006, Damned by Dawn is an Australian horror film released in America on Blu-ray and DVD on 9 November 2010. Neval played the role of The Banshee, a ghostly spirit whose eerie cries awaken the dead.


In December 2011, Bridget began contributing articles to Bon Vivant, an Australian comedy website.


Crawlspace is an Australian horror movie filmed in 2012, directed and written by Justin Dix (Damned by Dawn). She is credited as "Banshee".