Tel Benjamin 364027Tel Benjamin graduated from full time training at Actors Centre Australia (ACA) in 2014. Some of the highlights of his time there were playing the iconic” King Lear” under direction by George Ogilvie and Jennifer West, exploring the role of Lopakhin in “The Cherry Orchard” (Anton Chekhov) directed by Anthony Skuse and getting back in touch with his comedy roots working on “Barefoot in the Park” (Neil Simon) with Adam Cook.

Since graduating Tel has started his own production company Chekhov’s Gun and wrote, produced and directed his first short film “Noah” which enjoyed its world premiere at the LA Comedy Festival 2015. He has worked on various TVCs and short film credits include playing the role of Dean in “The Passenger” (Wolfgarden Films) written and directed by award winning film maker Alexandra Edmondson, which had its premiere at St Kilda Film Festival 2015, and theatre credits include playing the roles of Andrew in “Beyond Therapy” (Epicentre Theatre), Sir Benjamin Backbite and Careless in “School for Scandal” (New Theatre) and Tommy in “Fracture” (New Ghosts Productions).


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