Amelia Dowd Harvey Zielinski actors transgender transman transmasculine LGBTQIA+ Heath Ledger Scholarship Casting Guild of Australia Rising Star Award Because the Night Laertes Malthouse Abel Don't Look Deeper Catherine Hardwicke Officer Jones My First Summer Katie Found Mollison Keightley Management Grandview You Can't Ask That

Amelia Dowd February 2021


Harvey Zielinski talks Don’t Look Deeper and representation with Film Ink

The Casting Guild of Australia 2018 Rising Star Winners are announced

Harvey talks to The Age about being a Heath Ledger Scholarship top ten finalist

On the couch with Harvey Zielinski, Australian Arts Review

Harvey Zielinski’s interview with The Age on Hir by Taylor Mac at Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre, gender and male privilege.

Harvey discussing Hir on ABC’s The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine

Harvey discussing Hir on ABC’s The Drawing Room with Patricia Karvelas

Harvey interviewed about Hir by The Melbourne Critique

Watch Harvey in the transgender episode of ABC documentary series You Can’t Ask That

A highlight for me was Harvey Zielinski… a beautifully distilled account of forming one’s identity, where what was left unsaid sang loud.’ – ArtsHub (Gender Euphoria) 

‘Zoe Boesen and Harvey Zielinski are a riot’ – Time Out (Suddenly Last Summer)

‘A joy to watch” – Time Out (Hir)

“Played splendidly by Harvey Zielinski. Of all the characters Max is the most changed…” – ArtsHub (Hir)

“Zielinski hovers quite perfectly between confidence and uncertainty” – In Review (Hir) 

“His performance is remarkably complicated…” –

“Full of fun and laughter…done with such grace.” – Stage Noise (Hir) 

“A dignified performance with heart and dimension” – Theatre Press (Hir) 

“Zielinski’s spunky, naive and narcissistic Max is both adorable and relatable” – Daily Review (Hir) 

“Remarkable work…” – Australian Arts Review (Hir)

“Zielinski’s trans teenager embodies with impish glee the malleable qualities of gender and adolescence…” – The Age (Hir) 

“The most intense moment is Zielinski’s achingly vulnerable attempt to describe what transitioning to a man was like…” – The Age (186,000)

“Zielinski squints at the world with an infinitely wise cowboy twinkle” – The Australian (186,000)

“The lead actors are all fantastic, especially Zielinski as Coal… His performance as a betrayed best friend is an exceptional one…” – Cinema Australia (Zoe.Misplaced)