Bradley Chatfield

Bradley was born in Mordialloc, Victoria. He trained in the Cecchetti method under Vivienne Dunn before completing his training with The Australian Ballet School. Bradley then danced with Hong Kong Ballet. He also performed in the Worldwide Tour Company's production of Aida.

Bradley joined Sydney Dance Company in November 1991 for the return season of Poppy and has performed, to great acclaim, in the full company repertoire, as well as numerous choreographic seasons. He has toured with the Company to the US, Europe, Asia, New Zealand, Mexico and South America.

In 2001, Bradley reproduced Graeme Murphy's Sequenza VII for New Zealand's School of Dance.

More recently, Bradley has starred in the Really Useful Group and Seol & Co touring production of Cats in South Korea as Mr Mistoffelees after which he returned to Sydney Dance Company for the 2004 season of Shades of Gray.

Awards: Nominated for Australian Dance Awards for Best Male Dancer in 1998, 1999, 2000, Nominated for 2 Green Room Awards for Best Male Dancer in 1998, 2000. Nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Male Dancer in a Dance Work in 2003. Won the Australian Dance Award for Best Male Dancer in 2003 and won the Green Room Award for Best Male Dancer in 2003.