nationality: American

languages spoken; french, german, english (native), japanese (fluent)

Height: 167cm/ 5' 5" 

DRESS SIZE: US 0 / EU 34

special skills: dance (contemporary and Ballet)

Education: University of Oxford, First class BA HOns in Oriental studies, Japanese

training: Rada Tokyo Summer school; Stella adler studio professional actors workshop; United Performers studio tokyo masterclass

Since 2010, bryerly has worked with the Seinendan Theatre Company, known for its “contemporary colloquial” theatre style, performing in national and international tours.

Bryerly made her film debut in Fukada Koji’s Hospitalite. she co-starred with an android robot in the feature film “Sayonara”, in which she displayed a “unique quality of restraint” (The Telegraph) and “eeriness” (The Society for Film), acting the role of a dying girl “to chill and poignant perfection” (Japan Times) and “bonding convincingly with her inanimate co-star” (JT).

In theatre, she has been praised for her stage presence, capacity to switch with ease between various languages and strong physical impersonation of characters (Nikkei Shinbun newspaper, November 2012).

Bryerly has worked with some of the most influential contemporary film and theatre directors in Japan. she aims to draw on her language skills and international experiences growing up in vietnam, bosnia, france, the Uk and the US, to work in film and theatre across cultures.