Danielle Meldrum





Wellington, New Zealand


163 cm

Age Range


Career Highlights

Danielle graduated from Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in 2019. While studying, she landed lead roles in numerous stage productions including The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Glass Meringue. Her short film credits include a lead role in The Late Shift and Workshop, which was secreted to premiere at the Venice Film Festival . Most recently, Danielle starred as the female lead in the Circa Theatre production The Surprise Party.

Film Film.

2020Wellington Paranormal S3#5 - Seven GhostsDir. Jamaine Cleent, Tim Van Dammen

Short Film.

2019The Late ShiftThea (Lead)Dir. Niamh Swannack
2019WorkshopJess (Supporting)Dir. Judah Finnigan


2018Mise en Scene - The LobsterHotel Manager/Loner Leader (Supporting)Dir. Vaughan Slinn


2020The Surprise Party Zoe Maitland (Lead)Dir. Conrad Newport
2019Love and InformationMultiple character production (Lead)Dir. Peter Zazzali
2018Shakespeare Tour (Hamlet & As You Like It)Laertes & Celia (Support)Dir. Chris Jannides
2018The Two Gentlemen of VeronaSilvia (Lead)Dir. Jacqueline Coats
2017Glass MenagerieAmanda Wingfield (Support)Dir. Heather Timms and Erena Daniels
2017Home Alone (Solo show)Un-named (Lead)Dir. Patrick Carrol, Jonathan Price, Holly Chappell Eason, Tom Eason


Chekhov Masterclass with Elena Stejko - 2018
Screen Workshop with Amelia Reid-Meredith - 2018
Stage Combat with Allan Henry - 2018
Stage Masterclass (Clown) with John Bolton - 2018
Voice Healing Elements Masterclass with Sylvia Rands - 2018
Audition workshop with Tina Cleary - 2017
PEM Emotional Method Masterclass with Stephen Perdekamp - 2017
Screen Workshop with Miranda Harcourt - 2017
Toi Whakaari NZ Drama School - 2017