Naomi Brockwell is an actress, film/tv producer, and opera singer based in NYC.
Naomi is the CEO and founder of Rainsworth Productions, Contributor for Reason TV, former Contributor for JagTV, former Director/Producer and Program Officer at the Moving Picture Institute, Media Liaison Officer for the Principality of Hutt River, and from 2015-2017 was a producer of the Stossel Show (21 Century Fox).
Naomi is leading actress in the 2015 Lionsgate thriller Subconscious, co-executive producer and casting producer of the 2015 documentary drama Audition (Winner Best Documentary at Lone Star Film Festival, Winner Best Film Editing at Manchester International Film Festival) and associate producer of 2015 feature documentary Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It (Winner Special Jury Prize at Amsterdam Film Festival, Winner Best Film at Amsterdam Film Festival). She is featured in many other projects, including the short film Yes, Happy with award winning director/writer Jeffrey Jay Fowler and award winning film-maker Francisco Aliwalas.
Naomi had her off-Broadway debut in 2012 as a lead in the musical, Man with a Load of Mischief at the York Theater, alongside Broadway stars PJ Benjamin, Stephen R. Buntrock, Rachel de Benedet, Nancy Johnston and Robert Petkoff.
In 2013 she had her opera debut with the New York Lyric Opera in Suor Angelica.
Naomi appears regularly on FBN as a spokesperson for bitcoin, and has also appeared on the Larry Parks Show, the Peter Schiff Show, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Playboy, and Bloomberg.
Education and Training
Naomi has a degree in Acting (Curtin), Classical Music (WA Academy of Performing Arts), a Certificate I in Musical Theatre (WAAPA). She also studied musical theater at the WA Academy of Dance and Drama, and opera at Mannes Classical Music Conservatoire in New York. She has studied Improv Theater at Second City in Toronto and The Pit in New York.
Naomi speaks English, French, German, Italian, and basic Russian. She plays piano, guitar, drums, percussion, recorder, and ukulele, and has performed in orchestras, jazz bands, concert bands, and acoustically throughout Australia. She is a state gold medal-winning Irish Dancer, and is highly trained in many other forms of dance.