Priscilla Doueihy

A Lebanese-Australian actress with a Green Card, Priscilla currently appears in the new Stan Originals / Spectrum drama series EDEN, and will next be seen as a lead in Daniel Askill’s debut feature LUNACY alongside Isabel Lucas, Bobbi Salvor-Menuez and Lily Sullivan. She recently played a supporting role in Shannon Murphy’s BABYTEETH opposite Essie Davis and Ben Mendelson for Screen Australia / IFC Films which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, costarred in the critically acclaimed drama series ON THE ROPES for SBS in Australia, and made her film debut in SUBURBAN WILDLIFE from director Imogen McCluskey, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival. A graduate of the Actors College of Theatre & Television in Sydney with training from the MET Film School and The Actors Studio in London, Priscilla’s theatre credits include the lead role in Samah Sabawi’s ‘Them’ which attracted a number of wins and nominations including Best Ensemble Cast at the Greenroom Awards. She has also starred at BELVOIR, one of Australia’s flagship theaters in David Finningan’s 44 SEX ACTS IN ONE WEEK and the gender swapped role of Petya Trofimov in the Artistic Director’s adaptation of Chekhov’s THE CHERRY ORCHARD. Priscilla is fluent in French, Arabic and Spanish.

 

SCENES

DEMO REELwatch now

EDENwatch now

COMMITTEDwatch now

ON THE ROPESwatch now

LOVEBUGwatch now

 

AUDITIONS

DRAMA (American Accent)watch now

COMEDY (American Accent)watch now

 

REVIEWS

“You haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen an orgy scene with one person playing two of its participants at once (credit where it’s due to Priscilla Doueihy)” – TimeOut

 

“The racially-blind casting is laudable; so too, is the decision to make Peter Trofimov, the firebrand student and paramour of Ranevskaya’s daughter Anya (Kirsty Marillier), into Petya – a role swung out of the park by Priscilla Doueihy – flipping dynamics and adding layers of textured complexity.” The Arts Hub

 

PRESS

See Lebanese-Australian actress Priscilla Doueihy in 44 Sex Acts in One Week at Sydney Festival

Colour (and gender) blind Chekhov keeps play relevant [AFR]

Priscilla Doueihy Rounds Cast of  Daniel Askill-Directed Psychological Thriller [Deadline]