A graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company in New York, Felicity Jurd also studied at atyp in Sydney and LAMDA in London. A native Aussie, she made her television debut in JNP’s Land of Hope (1984) and her ABC Radio debut in Cyclone Tracey (1986). She has made many screen appearances including roles in A Country Practice, Home & Away, and the award winning UK film, Green Means Stop.
She has appeared in numerous theatre productions including the lead role of Trisha in Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Hayes/Darlinghurst Theatre), The Vegemite Tales (London, West End), Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (London) and Chambres (Belvoir St Downstairs), Playing with Fire (London, dir: Anna Ostergren). She is best known for her performance in I May Fly (Sydney, London, New York) which received outstanding critical reviews. The Stage London applauded her physical portrayal of all the ages of the character (age 4 - 80), whilst Time Out London noted her vocal ability for accents and comic timing. Felicity’s voice is versatile and warm and she’s great with character dialogue, accents, comedic and straight reads and corporate narration.
Her voice client list includes; BBC London, MTV, ITV, Tiger Aspect, GHD, King, eHarmony, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Macmillan Publishing, ABC Radio, ABC TV’s Mediawatch. She recently worked as narration advisor on a feature length documentary about global homelessness called “Care About Us”. She is the voice of the “Translator” in the ALDI Liquor Translator radio campaign which won two Siren Advertising Awards (Best Radio Single - Gold, Silver Siren Best Overall Campaign).