Committed to making a difference doing what he loves, Conrad regards the entertainment industry as extraordinarily effective at impacting people and making a difference in the world. His aim is to touch, move and inspire people through theatre, film and television.

“I have constantly been blown away by Conrad Le Bron’s wisdom and instinct when it comes to understanding human beings and translating that into acting.”

– Mischa Ipp (Artistic Director Little y | Stella Adler Studio of Acting NYC)

Conrad was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia where he graduated with a Distinction from the John Curtin College of the Arts Specialist Drama Program (Graduates include Sam Worthington and Paul Mercurio). In 2003, Conrad received the WA State Government “Quest For Excellence” award for his original performance piece titled “Just Listen”. This piece was also selected and performed at the WA showcase performance “Performing Arts Perspectives” for exemplary students who ranked in the top ten percent in the state-wide Tertiary Entrance Examinations (TEE).

Conrad went on to work with The WA Youth Theatre Company, Class Act Theatre Company and John Curtin Performance Company. He has also worked on Television Commercial campaigns and starred in several short films as an actor, writer and director. Conrad relocated to Sydney in 2009 where he starred in the Australian premiere of Canary at the New Theatre, Lucky as part of The Spare Room and Concrete Moments for The Sydney Fringe Festival. He has trained intensively with his acting coach; Life Member of The Actor’s Studio Drama School NYC, Jeneffa Soldatic, as well as tutors from Stella Adler Studio, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), The Actor’s Centre Australia and The Bristol Old Vic, UK. In the United States, he has trained at the highly acclaimed Susan Batson Studio (Multiple Award winning director and Acting Coach for Nicole Kidman, Juliette Binoche and Oprah Winfrey), and with film director and acting coach, Jordan Bayne.

He starred in a small ensemble cast in the film, Respect 101, which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. He also played the tormented Lukas, in the feature film, The Reckoning, starring Jonathan LaPaglia and Luke Hemsworth, which won Best Director at the British Independent Film Festival, awarded to writer and director, John V. Soto.

Conrad was based in in New York City where he starred in the Miami Webfest Selected web series, Dating and Auditioning and the Off-Broadway production of The Drunken City by Adam Bock. His series, Then That Happened was released in June 2016, on which Conrad worked as Executive Producer, Co-Writer and Lead Actor. The series is produced by Little y Film and received Official Selection at LA Webfest and earned three nominations, including a nomination for Conrad for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy (Conrad Le Bron, Mischa Ipp and Adam Boys). He now resides in Los Angeles where he continues working as an actor, acting coach, voice over artist and model.

Conrad Le Bron

Conrad Le Bron