Harriet Dyer will star in the new drama series “The Inbetween” for NBC. Her other television credits include comedy series “The Other Guy,” the Australian version of “No Activity” on Stan, “The Letdown,” “Kiki & Kitty,” “Black Comedy,” “Rake,” “Janet King” and “Love Child,” which earned her three Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding Supporting Actress, the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer and the Most Popular New Talent Award. For that same performance, she also received an AACTA Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama.
Her feature film credits include “Killing Ground,” which premiered at the 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival and screened at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival; “Down Under,” which premiered at the 2016 Sydney Film Festival; and “Ruben Guthrie,” which opened the 2015 Sydney Film Festival.
Dyer has also appeared on stage in “A Flea in Her Ear,” “Hay Fever,” “Travelling North,” “Machinal” and “Pygmalion” for the Sydney Theatre Company; “Brisbane” for the Queensland Theatre Company; “Peter Pan” for Belvoir; “Time Stands Still” for the Darlinghurst Theatre; “Suddenly Last Summer” for the National Art School; and “The School for Wives” for the Bell Shakespeare Company. In 2013 Dyer made her Broadway debut in “Peter Pan” at New York’s New Victory Theater. She received the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Performance in a Leading Role in a Mainstage Production for her performance in “Machinal,” and was nominated for the same award for her role in “The School for Wives.”
Dyer graduated from the Actors Centre Australia in 2011.