Mitchell Bourke | Biography

Mitchell Bourke completed his training at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts [WAAPA] in 2017. In his final year, Mitchell won the Burton Award for his portrayal of the titular role in William Shakespeare’s Richard II. Mitchell also appeared in multi-award winning short film Carnal Privilege. Stage highlights while at WAAPA include Vershinin in Chekhov’s Three Sisters, Roland Maule in Noel Coward’s Present Laughter and Ferdinand in Shakespeare's The Tempest which toured to Greece in June 2017. Prior to WAAPA, Mitchell studied under Rebecca Johnston and Garth Holcombe at NIDA in the Actor’s Studio.

This is Mitchell’s debut with Sport For Jove.

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