Auckland-based actor Ryan Dulieu has worked across stage & screen throughout New Zealand and abroad for the last decade, expanding his repertoire to include directing, producing, and puppeteering across a variety of shows. Ryan has toured New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, and the United States with CDP's THE 13-STOREY TREEHOUSE in the lead role of Andy, helped bring local devised work THE LAST MAN ON EARTH IS TRAPPED IN A SUPERMARKET to the Melbourne Puppetry Festival, and toured Tall Stories' Oliver Award-Nominated ROOM ON THE BROOM around Australasia. On-screen highlights include MURDER IS FOREVER (US), AGENT ANNA (NZ), and LEAVE NO TRACE; a series of shorts utilising native NZ bird puppets for the Department of Conservation, promoting sustainable hiking in New Zealand, a great passion of his. Ryan recently expanded into directing for the stage, with DEEP (Q Theatre, AKL Fringe Festival). Previous directing includes AS YOU LIKE IT (Auckland Summer Shakespeare), assisting directing mentor Benjamin Henson. In furthering his training, Ryan has relished the opportunity to work with world-renowned acting coaches Larry Moss and Howard Fine, and is consistently up-skilling in various workshops and masterclasses. Ryan is a graduate of the Actors' Program, and a proud member of Equity New Zealand.