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Bio

LINCOLN ELLIOTT

Lincoln is a 2017 NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) Musical Theatre graduate and multi-instrumentalist with a Bachelor of Music from UNE. Born in Dubbo, Lincoln is proudly of Wiradjuri descent. Upcoming shows include Alice's Adventures, Miss Westralia, and eventually, Roy Sullivan: Lightning Man which has been postponed.

Lincoln is passionate about telling contemporary Australian stories. He originated the role of Private John Simpson in Australian musical 3 Weeks in Spring (State Theatre, Endymion Productions), and joined development workshops for new work Milk (The Street Theatre), The Cleaners (BurgMan Productions)Billy Creek (Joining the Dots Theatre)Alice's Adventures (Andrew Freeborn), Bakery Hill (Yellow Line Theatre), and The Water Code (Hope. New Works). Lincoln lent his voice to online artistic statement I Need You to See Me (Vidya Makan), alongside other young BIPOC theatre artists in a push for increased diversity on stage in Australia.

He recently played some very bad cricket in a Bottle-O commercial (Uncle Friendly), smiled candidly at the camera for Academy XI (Moose Creative) and is attached to play the leading role of Jye in an upcoming web series, Flat (Flat Productions, Freya Howard). Lincoln has performed lead roles in several short films including Women in Refrigerators (Kezia Holland), Spoiled Milk (Paul Buchanan), and Angelica (Mirco Guidon), as well as his debut feature film, The Choice (Goran Tiny Srejic), which is due for release in 2021. Lincoln has worked with Opera Australia on recent productions of Il Viaggio a Remis and La Traviata (HOSH). Other theatre credits include Jason in Ordinary Days (Alter Ego), Lorenzo Smith in Meet Me in St. Louis (Starkeeper Productions), Billy Trengrove in Miracle City (NIDA), Aaron Sherritt in Ned (Plush Duck Productions), David in Company (Limelight on Oxford), Tom Keeney in Funny Girl (Theatre & Company), Old Man in an immersive theatrical adaption of The Chairs (Matt Taylor, SFF), and sold-out seasons of Carrie: The Musical (Louis Ellis Productions) as Freddy, and Inner West Side: The Musical (Ultra Cult, SFF) in the ensemble.

During his studies at NIDA, Lincoln performed as an ensemble member in Chimerica (Sydney Theatre Company), under the direction of Kip Williams, and in The Changeling (NIDA), directed by John Bashford. After graduating, he produced an independent devised cabaret show, The After Party, with all proceeds donated to the Actors Benevolent Fund.


Before moving to Sydney, Lincoln played Bert in Mary Poppins, Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Dickon in The Secret Garden and joined the orchestra as the pianist for Annie (All CHMCC).