BRIDGET NEVAL (born 13 February 1985) is a retired
Australian/Canadian actress. She has been in various television
* 1 History * 2 Personal life
* 3 Acting career
* 4 References * 5 External links
Neval was born in India and lived there for a few months before moving to Canada. She then moved to Australia at the age of 13. This has resulted in her having a unique accent which is a mixture of Australian and Canadian. Her father is Canadian and her mother is Australian.
In March 2011, Neval married Amos Phillips in Byron Bay, NSW, Australia. She has legally changed her name to Bridget Phillips.
On her personal blog and elsewhere, Neval has spoken about her history of depression and eating disorders. She cites this as her main reason for leaving the acting industry.
In December 2011, Bridget began contributing articles to Bon Vivant, an Australian comedy website.
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
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.
DAMNED BY DAWN
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.
Crawlspace is an Australian horror movie filmed in 2012, directed and written by Justin Dix ( Damned by Dawn ). She is credited as "Banshee".
* ^ " Bridget Neval twitter". Retrieved 23 May 2011. * ^ "My experience of eating disorders". Retrieved 4 January 2012. * ^ "People say stupid things". Retrieved 4 January 2012. * ^ "Bon Vivant: Smart people, dumb jokes". Retrieved 4 January 2012. * ^ "Wicked Science". Archived from the original on 1 February 2009. Retrieved 3 February 2009. * ^ "Chasing Pegasus official site". Retrieved 3 February 2009. * ^ "Major Horror DVD and Blu-Ray Releases for November 9th". Retrieved 10 November 2010. * ^ "Damned By Dawn official website". Retrieved 10 November 2010. * ^ "Crawlspace – Australian Horror is like Cronenberg meets Die Hard". Retrieved 1 August 2011.