Joëlle Brabban

Joëlle is a Northern actor raised in an English/French bilingual family - she is a 2017 graduate of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. She is also a recipient of the CNI (Casting Network Inc.) prize for Acting, awarded to the 'most versatile actor'.


Credits (whilst training) include: ‘Rose' in 3 WINTERS, ‘Aaron' in Shakespeare’s TITUS ANDRONICUS, 'Bloch' in Kafka’s THE TRIAL OF JOSEF K adapted by Robert Farquhar, RENT THE MUSICAL and ROBERTO ZUCCO.


Joëlle made her film debut playing Elise in Jason Wingard’s THE CROSSING, before going on to play Emilie in the National Theatre's WAR HORSE straight from drama school. Since then, Joelle has had some varied roles to include Sonya in DEAR UNCLE, Little Voice in THE RISE AND FALL OF THE LITTLE VOICE and Rosie in MY MOTHER SAID I NEVER SHOULD as a part of Theatre by the Lake's 2019 Season and earlier this year, Joëlle could be seen touring the UK in HOLES, directed by Adam Penford.

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