Eloise Mignon

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Eloise Mignon (born 18 September 1986) is an Australian actress. She began her career starring in children's television shows: The Legacy of the Silver Shadow[1] and Silversun well as the well known Australian soap opera Neighbours. She is a triple national, possessing citizenship of Australia, France and The United States of America.

Early life[edit]

Eloise Mignon was born in Kuwait to French director Jean-Pierre Mignon .[2][3] Mignon was educated at Melbourne Girls College, Wesley College and St Michael's Grammar School.

Career[edit]

Eloise worked from a young age in independent theatre, notably with The Black Lung Theatre and Whaling Firm[4] in their multi award-winning production Rubeville[5][6] where she played Trixi.

Her screen credits include a role in Legacy of the Silver Shadow and a main character Mara Lomax in children's sci-fi series Silversun.[7] She also appears as a prostitute in the Australian film Three Blind Mice (2008), directed by Matthew Newton

From 23 July 2007, Mignon began appearing as Bridget Parker in the soap opera, Neighbours. In March 2009, it was announced that Mignon had quit the show.[8] The character of Bridget died from injuries sustained in a car accident. Mignon announced that her reason for leaving the show was so that she could return to studying an Arts degree at the University of Melbourne.[9]

Mignon performed as Jennifer in the play In A Dark Dark House at the Red Stitch Actors Theatre in Melbourne until 22 August 2009. She performed for the Melbourne Theatre Company in The Grenade, and Return to Earth.[10] In 2010 Mignon appeared in City Homicide as Layla.

Since 2010 Mignon has primarily worked in professional theatre in Australia and France. In 2011 Mignon played the role of Hedvig in Belvoir's production of the Henrik Ibsen play The Wild Duck[11] opposite Toby Schmitz and Anita Hegh, directed by Simon Stone.[12] Her performance was praised with one critic commenting "Mignon articulates the young girl’s confusion in heartbreaking fashion".[13] The production was invited to perform at the International Ibsen Festival in Oslo[14] as well as the Weiner Festowchen and Holland Festival.[15] Mignon’s performance was critically very well regarded.[16]

In 2012 Mignon returned to the Belvoir stage appearing first in Every Breath by writer and director Benedict Andrews, followed by Strange Interlude where she interpreted Madeleine with director Simon Stone, and a new production of the Noël Coward play Private Lives.[17] In 2013 she returned to work with Simon Stone on The Cherry Orchard for Melbourne Theatre Company where she interpreted Anya. Mignon appeared in the third series of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries in 2015.[18]

From 2014 to 2016 she collaborated on and performed in two projects with the German auteur Falk Richter- Complexity of Belonging in conjunction with choreographer Anouk van Dijk for Chunky Move and Je Suis Fassbinder with French theatre director Stanislas Nordey at the Théâtre National de Strasbourg[19] and Théâtre National de la Colline, Paris. Both projects were written with her in mind; she performs the role ‘Eloise’.[20]

She has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours Degree) from the University of Melbourne.

Filmography[edit]

Theatre
Production Year Theatre Role Writer Director Ref(s)
Les trois Soeurs 2017 Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe Irina Simon Stone after Anton Chekhov Simon Stone [21] [22][23]
Complexity of Belonging 2017 Musikhuset Aarhus Eloise Falk Richter Falk Richter and Anouk van Dijk [24]
Je Suis Fassbinder 2016 Théâtre National de Strasbourg; Théâtre National de La colline, Théâtre de Vidy Lausanne; Théâtre National de Bretagne; MC2 (Grenoble) Eloïse Falk Richter Falk Richter and Stanislas Nordey [25][26][27][28][29]
Complexity of Belonging 2015 Schaubühne am Leinener Platz; Théâtre National de Chaillot; Spring Festival Utrecht; National Theatre of Taiwan Eloïse Falk Richter Falk Richter and Anouk van Dijk [30]
Complexity of Belonging 2014 Chunky Move, Melbourne International Arts Festival Eloïse Falk Richter Falk Richter and Anouk van Dijk [31][32]
The Cherry Orchard 2013 Melbourne Theatre Company Anya Simon Stone after Anton Chekov Simon Stone [33][34][35]
The Wild Duck 2013 Holland Festival, Amsterdam; Weiner Festwochen, Vienna Hedvig Simon Stone after Henrik Ibsen Simon Stone
Private Lives 2012 Belvoir St Theatre Sybil Chase Noël Coward Ralph Myers [36][37][38][39]
Strange Interlude 2012 Belvoir St Theatre Madeleine Arnold Simon Stone after Eugene O’Neill Simon Stone [40][41][42]
Every Breath 2012 Belvoir St Theatre Olivia Benedict Andrews Benedict Andrews [43]
The Wild Duck 2012 Malthouse Theatre; International Ibsen Festival, Oslo Hedvig Simon Stone after Henrik Ibsen Simon Stone
Return to Earth 2011 Belvoir St Theatre Alice Waster Lally Katz Aiden Fenessey [44]
The Wild Duck 2011 Belvoir St Theatre Hedvig Simon Stone after Henrik Ibsen Simon Stone [45][46][47][48][49][50]
The Grenade 2010 Melbourne Theatre Company; Sydney Theatre Company Lola McTavish Tony McNamara Peter Evans [51][52][53]
In a Dark, Dark, House 2009 Red Stitch Actors Theatre Jennifer Neil LaBute Wayne Pearn [54][55][56]
Rubeville 2007 The Black Lung Theatre Company and Whaling Firm Trixi Thomas Henning; collaborative Thomas Henning [57][58][59]
The Desert 2004 Oubykh Theatre Corp Girl Nicholas Casey Glyn Roberts
The Jaundice Table 2004 Oubykh Theatre Corp Various Glyn Roberts Glyn Roberts
As I Like You 2004 Oubykh Theatre Corp Narrator Nicholas Casey Glyn Roberts
Entrails Oubykh Theatre Corp Doll Glyn Roberts Glyn Roberts
Le Malade Imaginaire 1997 Melbourne French Theatre Company Louison Molière Michel Bulla
Television
Production Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries 2014 Sarah Nordern Season 3 première [60]
City Homicide 2009 Layla Pullman Episode: “Good Cop Bad Cop” [61]
Neighbours 2007-2009 Bridget Parker Series regular
Silversun 2004 Mara Lomax Co-lead (40 episodes) [62]
The Legacy of the Silver Shadow 2002 Fiona Co-lead (13 episodes) [63]
Film
Title Year Role Director Notes Ref(s)
Lost Gully Road 2017 Cassie Donna McRae [64]
Three Blind Mice 2008 Grace Matthew Newton Three Blind Mice (2008 film)
Wholesalers 2006 Girl (lead) Eva Birch Short Film
Redskin 2003 Aislin (lead) Melanie Horkan Victorian College of the Arts Short Film [65]

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