Brady
Kitchingham

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Brady began his acting career at age 12 with Australian television and film appearances in ‘Water Rats’, ‘All Saints’ and ‘Oyster Farmer’. As he sought to add more strings to his bow, he took up dance, delving into Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Lyrical/Contemporary and Acrobatic styles of competitive dancing.

He has performed across Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada and the US in some of the largest venues and cruise ships on the planet. In 2012 he toured three continents in Dreamworks' 'How To Train Your Dragon: Live Spectacular' as an original cast member and has performed for identities such as Stephen Spielberg, Jonsi, James Marsden, America Ferrera, and Heidi Klum.

Branching into improv comedy has led him to compete in the Grand Final of Australia’s Got Talent with Phly Crew as well as collaborate on original works; ‘The Phly Crew Show’ & ‘Phly Crew 2.0’. After working with Royal Caribbean International, LOcREaDO Dance Company’s ‘Body Language’, ‘ASHE’, ‘12 Lives’, A-Live Entertainment’s ‘Music In Motion’ and Opera Australia’s ‘King Roger’, he was cast as Dance Captain for GWB Entertainment + Opera Australia’s ‘West Side Story’. 

As an award-winning choreographer, Brady launched The Blackguard in 2016, a contemporary/krump dance company, producing original works such as ‘Passion May Yet Be Fatal’ (2016) and ‘Still Breathing’ (2018). As Brady’s development of works continues, he boasts 10 years of teaching elite level acrobatics and contemporary dance, specializing in contact improvisation and movement coaching.