Naomi Price is one of Australia’s leading cabaret and music theatre performers, best known for her performances on The Voice Australia, and as pop icon Adele in Rumour Has It and twerk superstar Miley in Wrecking Ball; both award-winning shows written together with Adam Brunes for their production house The Little Red Company.
Naomi sprang to national acclaim as Ricky Martin’s leading lady on The Voice Australia: Season Four in 2015 which saw her reach the semi-finals as Ricky’s last female artist and place sixth overall. Naomi’s iconic renditions of Defying Gravity, Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, and The Winner Takes It All received standing ovations and accolades from the show’s superstar judges Jessie J, Delta Goodrem and the Madden Brothers. Naomi subsequently returned to The Voice Australia in 2016 in her new role as Digital Host.
Originally from England, her extensive performance credits include Ladies in Black (Melbourne Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company), Gloria (Queensland Theatre Company), The Tragedy of King Richard III (La Boite Theatre Company), Rumour Has It (The Little Red Company), Wrecking Ball (The Little Red Company), The Wishing Well (La Boîte Theatre Company/Matrix Theatre), Twilight Concert Series (Brisbane Festival), Opera Selvaggio (Bleach* Festival), The Class of 69 (Harbour Agency – national tour), Women in Voice 20 (Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts), Chartbusters 2 (Queensland Pops Orchestra) and national tours for shake & stir theatre company.
Her television performances include The Voice Australia, Creative Generation, Channel Nine Telethon, The Morning Show, Carols in the City and NRA Fashion Awards. Naomi’s music theatre credits include iconic roles in Jesus Christ Superstar, The Last Five Years, Songs for a New World, Into the Woods, Rent, and Tell Me on a Sunday. Naomi has performed with artists such as Ricky Martin, Tim Finn, Guy Sebastian, James Morrison, Marina Prior, Troy Cassar-Daley, Luke Kennedy and Max Pellicano, and Broadway composer Scott Alan.
Naomi has won a Matilda Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role as ‘Fay’ in Ladies in Black (Queensland Theatre Company) and a Matilda Award for Best Musical or Cabaret for Rumour Has It. Together with her partner Luke Kennedy, Naomi is also an ambassador for National Trust Queensland and Wildlife Hospital Foundation.